Landmark Judgements 1. The Supreme Court of India, in Indira Jaising vs. Supreme Court of India, Through Secretary General and Others, has held that the designation of ‘Advocates’ as ‘Senior Advocates’ as provided for in Section 16 of the Advocates Act, 1961, would pass the test of constitutionality and the endeavour should be to lay… Read More Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 3 • February 2018
There exist 5 treaties which form the body of Space Legislation. However, these seem incomplete, as the drafters were unaware of the rapid progress that would take place, and no amendments have been made since. Although there exists’ a non-appropriation principle detailed within the Outer Space Treaty, there is presently no consensus about the legal… Read More Space Debris Mitigation, Nuclear Resources & Challenges of Environmental Law of Outer Space
Landmark Judgements 1. The Supreme Court of India, in Adiveppa and Others vs. Bhimappa and Another, has held that it was obligatory upon the Plaintiffs to have proved that despite existence of jointness in the family, properties described in Schedule ‘B’ and ‘C’ was not part of ancestral properties but were their self-acquired properties. [(2017)… Read More Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 21 • November 2017
‘I grew up with the understanding that the world I lived in was one where people enjoyed a sort of freedom to communicate with each other in privacy, without it being monitored, without it being measured or analyzed or sort of judged by these shadowy figures or systems, any time they mention anything that travels… Read More I CARE ABOUT MY PRIVACY, DO YOU?
Mini Summary– Application and reference to a larger bench of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (hereinafter referred to as NCDRC) was triggered by the amendment to Sub-Section (1) of Section 8 of the Arbitration of Conciliation Act 1996 — Issue was whether the Consumer Courts will have jurisdiction in view of a valid arbitration… Read More Builders Cannot Force Homebuyers To Go For Arbitration In Case Of A Dispute Despite The Presence Of A Valid Arbitration Clause In The Agreement.
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Hon’ble Mr. Justice K. T. Sankaran, Judge, High Court of Kerala and President, Board of Governors, Kerala Judicial Academy, released LexisNexis’s book ‘Environmental Law in India, 4th Edition,’ at NUALS, Kochi, on the evening of August 11, 2016, in presence of eminentdignitaries like Professor Rose Varghese, Vice-Chancellor, NUALS;Mr. S. Subhash Chand, Advocate, High Court of… Read More Hon’ble Mr. Justice K. T. Sankaran releasesLexisNexis’s book ‘Environmental Law in India, 4e’ authored by Dr. P Leelakrishnan
Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Hon’ble Chairman, Estimates Committee, Lok Sabha, released LexisNexis’s book ‘The Indian Parliament- Beyond the Seal and Signature of Democracy,’ at Parliament House Annexe, in New Delhi on August 8, 2016, evening in presence of eminent dignitaries like Prof. K.V. Thomas, Hon’ble Chairman, Public Accounts Committee; Shri Bhartruhari Mahtab, Hon’ble Chairman, Railway… Read More Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi releases LexisNexis-Universal book ‘The Indian Parliament- Beyond the Seal and Signature of Democracy’ authored by Devender Singh
The recent meeting of the Bar Council of India (BCI) and the American Bar Association (ASA) followed by the meeting of BCI with the Law Ministry on the subject of ‘entry of foreign law firms’ based on the policy of Liberisation has raised quite a few eyebrows, giving few senior advocates a subtle myocardial infarction.… Read More AN UNDESIRED INCEPTION