CUET PG LLM Syllabus 2024: Subject-Wise Syllabus Details

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CUET PG LLM Syllabus 2024: Subject-Wise Syllabus Details Note:i. The Question Paper which will have 75 questions.ii. All questions will be based on Subject-Specific Knowledge.iii. All questions are compulsory.iv. The Questions will be Bilingual (English/Hindi) Candidates are tested on the following subjects from the CUET LLM syllabus 2024: UNIT I – History – Formation of … Read more

Sources and Schools of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955

Sources and Schools of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 Family law notes

Sources and Schools of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 Written by KUSUM MALI Introduction Of Hindu Law Hindu law is regarded as the world’s oldest and most prevalent legal system. It has existed during every stage. It is roughly six millennia old. Hindu law was created by the people, not to eradicate crime or wrongdoing from … Read more

Important Cases for CLAT PG 2024

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Important Cases for CLAT PG 2024 The list of important cases for CLAT PG 2024 Balram Singh v. Union of India, 2023 SCC OnLine SC 1386 Supreme Court: In a writ petition seeking directions to Union of India and all the States and Union Territories to implement provisions, inter alia, of the Employment of Manual Scavengers and Construction … Read more

Factors to Give Thought to Before Mergers and Acquisitions

Factors to Give Thought to before Mergers and Acquisitions USA Lawyer M&A

Factors to Give Thought to Before Mergers and Acquisitions Business mergers and acquisitions are the ideal ways to accomplish quick development. Extending your piece of the pie and obtaining new clients throughout a solitary exchange can gather speed and speed up your arrangements for long-haul achievement. Mergers are when two businesses join and transform into … Read more

Rule Against Perpetuity

Rule Against Perpetuity Law Notes TPA Transfer of Property Act

Rule Against Perpetuity Introduction In the realm of property law, one often encounters a complex and archaic rule known as the “Rule Against Perpetuities.” This rule has deep historical roots and is designed to prevent property from being tied up indefinitely. It aims to strike a balance between the freedom to transfer property and the … Read more

Major Authorities under the Companies Act, 2013

Major authorities under the Companies Act, 2013 NCLT Law Notes

This article is written by Niraj Soni pursuing BA.LLB(Hons) from University College of Law, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur. This is an article which deals with various powers and functions of NCLT under the Companies Act, 2013. Major authorities under the Companies Act, 2013. There are three major authorities under the Companies Act, 2013. They are: 1) … Read more

Extradition Under International Law: Overview of Basic Principles

Extradition Under International Law: Overview of Basic Principles OurLegalWorld Extradition cases in international law

Extradition Under International Law: Overview of Basic Principles This article is written by Yash Sharma, a student of the University College of Law, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur. This article comprehensively deals with the concept of extradition in International Law, its principles, and the extradition laws in India. Extradition Under International Law “No one can outrun … Read more

Difference Between Police Remand and Judicial Custody in India

Difference Between Police Remand and Judicial Custody in India Law Notes for Judicial Services

Difference Between Police Remand and Judicial Custody in India Meaning of Custody? The term “custody” refers to apprehending someone to provide protective care.  The words “custody” and “arrest” are not synonymous. It is true that in every arrest there is custody but vice versa is not true. The mere utterance of words or gestures or … Read more

Maintenance Judgements in favour of Husband: Section 125 CrPC

Maintenance Judgements in favour of Husband 125 crpc case law

Maintenance Judgements in favour of Husband: Section 125 CrPC The legal system of India sets out the provision of maintenance which has to be paid to the spouse, either husband or wife, depending upon the circumstances of a case. Personal laws like the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, and Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956 contain the provisions for … Read more