Pranjali Mehta

What Nullifies Talaq?

Author Pranjali Mehta briefs the reader on the types of talaq. Introduction  The most contentious issue in India right now is the issue of triple talaq under the Muslim Law, which the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India is devoting its precious...

What Is Our Sense of Justice?

Author Pranjali Mehta briefs the reader on the philosophy behind the sense of justice. Introduction What is the definition of justice? What is the source of it? Most of us have a strong sense of justice. It is made up of...

Caselaws on the Industrial Dispute Act

Author Pranjali Mehta briefs the reader on the various industrial disputes and their legal implications. Introduction The Industrial Disputes Act of 1947 covers the whole country and governs Indian labour law in terms of trade unions. It took effect on April...

Theories of Corporate Personality

Author Pranjali Mehta briefs the reader on the various theories of corporate personality and their legal implications.

Regressed Child Molesters

Introduction  A child molester is a term that is used by both professionals and nonprofessionals, including law enforcement officers. Although Webster's New World Dictionary defines molestation as an "act to annoy, interfere with, or meddle with to cause trouble or...

Latest Amendments in Indian Constitution

The Indian Constitution is the largest written constitution in the world with almost around 1,49,000+ words. Major parts of the Indian constitution are derived from constitutions around the world. Though with the tag of the biggest constitution in...

One Person Company: Concept, Features and Incorporation

  Introduction  The Companies Act of 2013 addresses some of the gaps in the Companies Act of 1956. It makes major amendments to laws relating to governance, e-management, compliance and regulation, transparency and norms, auditors, and mergers and acquisitions, as well...

Immovable Property in Indian Law

Introduction  There are many types of property, including tangible and intangible, real and personal, corporeal and incorporeal, movable and immovable, and so on. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, divides the property into movable and immovable categories. The fact that...

Secondary Evidence in Court Under the Indian Evidence Act

Introduction  Evidence is tendered by all sides to prove an argument in a court of law, and some codified requirements apply to ensure that the evidence is tendered within the bounds specified by law. The Indian Evidence Act of 1872...

Notes on Misfeasance

Introduction  Misfeasance is the legal term for an act that is not illegal but is carried out in a way that causes harm to another person. Other people may be harmed unintentionally as a result of your actions. While these...

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