September 2020

The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Act, 2019: A Step to Ensure Consumers Interest in India

Author: – Simran Pradhan 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad 1. INTRODUCTION To understand, analyze, and then criticize The Consumer Protection Act 2019 (hereon referred to as COPRA 2019), the readers will have to first understand the meaning and concept behind the term “Consumer”. For example- if you’re reading this blog on the Lexpert Assist website, calling you a consumer of their content is a valid statement. This… Read More »The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Act, 2019: A Step to Ensure Consumers Interest in India

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Author: – Nandini Srivastava 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Manipal University, Jaipur INTRODUCTION Alternate Dispute Resolution is an out of court way of settling disputes between the parties. It comprises mechanisms like Mediation, Conciliation, Arbitration, Negotiation and Lok Adalat. It has gained mass popularity because it is cost-effective, speedy, reduces the burden of the courts and ensures confidentiality. 1. MEDIATION It is a voluntary process adopted to resolve legal conflicts… Read More »Alternative Dispute Resolution

Critical Analysis of Sections 34 & 149 of Indian Penal Code

Author: – Simran Pradhan 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad 1. INTRODUCTION The method adopted for the commission of a crime is the main element based on which the vicarious liability is fixed under Sections 34 and 149 of the Indian Penal Code (I.P.C). These are the two primary sections of I.P.C which deal with the aspects of ‘common object’ & ‘common intention’ i.e., the ‘Offences against Public… Read More »Critical Analysis of Sections 34 & 149 of Indian Penal Code

Counterfeit Encounter: The Raid Which Often Leaves A Blood Trail

Author 1: Divya Ashwani, Author 2: Devanshi Sharma 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Seedling School of Law and Governance, Jaipur National University, Jaipur ABSTRACT: In an atmosphere of human right ravishments no preparation is more shameless, adulterating and unsalvageable than extra-legitimate execution – an amazing taking without insignificant accreditations of reasonable treatment of law. Counterfeit experiences portrayed as “experiences that are a bit of a perceiving plan to move power… Read More »Counterfeit Encounter: The Raid Which Often Leaves A Blood Trail

Is Death Penalty Deterrent Against Crime?

Author: – Shivalika Verma 3rd Year BBA LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune 1. INTRODUCTION Society has always used punishment to deter potential criminals from undertaking unlawful measures. The highest priority of any legal system is to prevent crime and protect its citizens. Thus, the law prescribes the death penalty as the strongest punishment which is supposed to deter a criminal from committing a crime. Capital punishment or the death… Read More »Is Death Penalty Deterrent Against Crime?

Disqualification of Members of The Parliament

Author: – Nandini Srivastava 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Manipal University, Jaipur ABSTRACT: This article deals with the constitutional provisions related to the members of the parliament. In the article, it has been articulately mentioned that the eligibility requirements need to be fulfilled to become a Member of Parliament. Also, the grounds of removal of the members from their post have been explained with the help of various case laws.… Read More »Disqualification of Members of The Parliament

The History and Nature of Criminal Remedies Under The Copyright Law

Author: – Sakshi Arya 4th Year B.A. LL.B Rtmnu’s Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur (Main Branch) ABSTRACT: In contemporary copyright law, there is a continuous discussion around the nature and extent of the clients’ rights, ought to need to copyright works, exacerbated by progressing innovative turns of events. Inside that banter, this article questions the benefit of taking a gander at the cures clients may have against copyright… Read More »The History and Nature of Criminal Remedies Under The Copyright Law

Space Law: Development And Challenges

Author: – Ankur Srivastav 5th Year B.A. LL.B Chandigarh University, Chandigarh ABSTRACT: The laws of space have been laid down in the black and white years, these laws need to be developed again as they were developed at a time when space activities were limited to the discovery of unknown celestial objects and the development of space probes. The outdoor space is an area with equal access mandatory. Just as… Read More »Space Law: Development And Challenges

Nirbhaya Case- Justification For Exhausting The Remedies By The Convicts

Author 1: Gagan Sharma, Author 2: Jatin Tundwal 3rd Year BBA LL.B Seedling School of Law and Governance, Jaipur National University ABSTRACT: The word Nirbhaya is used as an alias which means ‘fearless’. Once a girl, with her male friend, was returning from the movie theatre, and when no transportation was found, they decided to use the private one. Inside the bus, there was a group of six people, including… Read More »Nirbhaya Case- Justification For Exhausting The Remedies By The Convicts

Eligible Startups Under The Startup India Program: Exemptions And Benefits Available

Author: – Simran Pradhan 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad 1. INTRODUCTION One of the economic surveys that were conducted in India showed that in the year 2015- 2016, the numbers of startups existing in India amount to more than the 19000 mark[1]. For a country like that of India this figure much below what could have been called sufficient. So, in the year 2016, the government of… Read More »Eligible Startups Under The Startup India Program: Exemptions And Benefits Available