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Facts: Indrajit Dutta (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Complainant’) purchased two flats from Samriddhi Developers (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Builder’). Possession of the flats was to be handed over by 7.02.2010…Read More

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Facts: Mr. Pradeep Narula (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Complainant’) booked a residential apartment with Granite Gate Properties (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Builder’)…Read More

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Jindal Stainless Limited along with companies like Vedanta, Hindalco, Reliance Industries and others (collectively, “Appellants”), in an appeal to the Supreme Court, challenged the decision of multiple High Courts…Read More

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Jhabbhu Lal and his wife (respondents) owned a house, which they sold to purchase a new house in the same locality. In the new house, he allowed his elder son and his wife to live on the second floor…Read More

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This article is written by Mitali Yadav, Managing Partner, Alba Law Offices, a Delhi based law firm. She explains whether Trademark and Copyright Infringement disputes are arbitrable or not…Read More

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In an action for infringement of trademark statutory right of the plaintiff for an injunction cannot be lost merely on the question of principles of delay…Read More

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In the case of ABC vs. The State (NCT of Delhi), the Supreme Court (a bench headed by Justice Vikramajit Sen) has held that an unwed mother, in India, can apply to become the sole guardian of a child  …Read More

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The High Court of Delhi, by way of judgement delivered on May 24, 2016, in the case of Rohit Tiwari v. State has held that if a grown woman engages in an act of sexual intercourse  …Read More

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In India there are multiple laws, rules, regulations and governing bodies, which administer various forms of Intellectual Property Rights (“IPR”)  …Read More

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When a person is employed by another and there is a mutual agreement between them to this purpose, and the employee has agreed to the …Read More

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The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”) is the legislation which governs ‘transfer’ of ‘immovable property’ in Ind  …Read More

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The meaning of lis pendens is – ‘a pending legal action’, wherein Lis means the ‘suit’ and Pendens means ‘continuing or pending’. The doctrine has been derived from a latin maxim “Ut pendent nihil innovetur” which means that during litigation nothing should be changed….Read More

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A Memorandum Of Understanding (‘MOU’) is generally a preliminary understanding between the parties to a contract, prior to the execution of a formal agreement. It is a document highlighting the intention of the contracting parties and might also be known as a Letter of Intent (‘LoI’)…Read More

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It introduced 44 definitions, among which are: ‘Advertisement’, ‘Agreement for Sale’, ‘Allottee’, ‘Appellate Tribunal….Read More

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The term ‘Hindu Undivided Family’ (“HUF”) or ‘Joint Hindu Family’ is not mentioned or defined in the acts: Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act (1956), Hindu Marriage Act (1955)….Read More
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