Right of Privacy: India, England, USA with judicial interpretation

Right of Privacy: India, England, USA with judicial interpretation

Right of Privacy: India, England, USA with Judicial Interpretation Introduction The law of privacy is recognition of the individual’s right to be let alone and to have his personal space inviolate. The need for privacy and its recognition as a right is a modern phenomenon. It is the product of an increasingly individualistic society in … Read more

Marxist Theory of Law: Marxist Approach to Law, Economics, Society

Marxist theory of Law: Marxist Approach to Law, Economics, Society

Marxist Theory of Law : Marxist Approach to Law, Economics, Society Abstract This article discusses Marxist legal theory and how it has been applied in communist countries and other countries that have claimed Marxism as their official ideology or their country based on Marxist thought. It investigates whether the undercurrent of violence and lawlessness always … Read more

Indian Bank vs. Maharashtra State Co-Operative Marketing Federation Ltd. 1998

Indian Bank vs. Maharashtra State Co-Operative Marketing Federation Ltd. 1998

Indian Bank vs. Maharashtra State Co-Operative Marketing Federation Ltd. (1998) 5 SCC 69 Court: Supreme Court of India Decided on: 05/09/1998 Citation: Indian Bank vs. Maharashtra State Co-Operative Marketing Federation Ltd. (1998) 5 SCC 69 Petitioner: Indian Bank Respondent: MAHARASHTRA STATE CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING FEDERATION LTD. Act, Statutes, Order, Section, Rule etc.: Code of Civil Procedure … Read more

Distinction between Companies Act 1956 and companies act 2013

Company Act 1956 and 2013

The distinction between Company Act 1956 and the company act 2013 INTRODUCTION- The word company is an amalgamation of the Latin word ‘Com’ meaning with or together and ‘Pains’ means “bread”. A company is nothing but a group of persons who have come together or who have contributed money for some common person and who … Read more