Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Money Laundering: An Insight

Money Laundering: An Insight
Crime is a necessary evil, it should be nipped in the bud. Any act which is condemned and punishable by the law of the state is a crime. It is difficult to universally define what a crime is, because the notion of the word varies from place to place, acts which may attract imprisonment and penalty in one country may not have the same consequence in other part of the globe.

Smart Cities - Challenges On Way Ahead

Smart Cities - Challenges On Way Ahead
To meet the mission of ‘housing for all’ by 2020, the Government of India launched its flagship project of Smart Cities. This was followed by release of Mission Statement & Guidelines (“Guidelines”) by the Ministry of Urban Development (“MoUD”) in June 2015.

Incorporation of A Public limited Company

Incorporation of A Public limited Company

Section 2 (71) states that a public company means a company which:

is not a private company;

has a minimum paid-up share capital , as may be prescribed:

Provided that a company which is a subsidiary of a company, not being a private company, shall be deemed to be public company for the purpose of this act even where such subsidiary company continues to be a private company in its articles.

Various Committees and provisions under Companies Act, 2013

Various Committees and provisions under Companies Act, 2013
CSR Committee (Section 135 of Companies Act 2013) Every company having the following criteria shall contribute in every financial year, at least two per cent. Of the average net profits of the company made during the three immediately preceding financial years.

International Court of Justice: Unlocking the Key Facets

International Court of Justice: Unlocking the Key Facets

The International Court of Justice (hereinafter referred to as ‘ICJ’), the entire notion was conceived by the Hague Conference of 1897 and 1907, the UN Charter resonates the position of ICJ as Principle Judicial organ under Article 92 of the UN Charter

Competition Law and Role of merger

Competition Law and Role of merger

Aviation sector is one amongst the least researched sectors in India because it has restricted range of players. However, because the sector is growing quickly, it becomes essential to possess knowledge about the sector and the activities that are happening within the sector. Mergers and Acquisitions in aviation sector has become the most popular topic within the trade, last as a results of increasing cost pressures. These mergers and acquisitions became highly strategic involving many concerns. The dynamic growth and potential in the Indian aviation sector may be gauged from the statement of the EX- civil aviation minister of India in 2004, Mr. Praful Patel - “India’s civil aviation industry will attract investments worth more than US$150 billion in the next ten years.”

The aviation market in India has the market adult very rapidly, however the trade has seen, M&A, the entry of variety of latest carriers with aggressive pricing policies and vital additions of capacity resulting in cut-throat competition. The airlines industry is noisy with news of mergers and acquisitions. within the previous couple of years airline mergers and acquisitions are a growing trend in many countries across the world. it's extremely strategic in nature and square measure undertaken once taking into thought many vital factors.

The finding of this study shows that there's no improvement in surviving Company’s come back on equity, net profit margin, interest coverage, earning per share and dividend per share post-merger & Acquisition. To conduct a homogenous analysis and reach an correct conclusion, it's restricted analysis to solely Indian firms.

This paper makes an endeavor to administer a short summary to comprehensively trot out the Aviation industry in India and M&A within the aviation sector in comparative with Anti-Competitive measures and mergers lead to concentrated markets, antitrust policies must balance these conflicting needs when deciding whether to approve a merger or not?

Friday, December 02, 2016

Re Evaluation of Forest Rights in India

Re Evaluation of Forest Rights in India
With the uprising ecological problems, a critical relation between society and environment is emerging which examines the relation of religion with environment.We are facing a global crisis today, not because of how ecosystems function but rather because of how our ethical systems function.

Scenes affaire in India

Scenes affaire in India
One of the things that has been occurring in copyright law is a slow shift from being a common law subject to a statutory one. There has always been a federal Copyright Act, of course, but until recently, courts took it as an invitation to fill in the gaps rather than an unyielding constraint on their actions.

Deconstruction theory: Its importance in law

Deconstruction theory: Its importance in law

Deconstruction, like critical strategies based on Marxism, feminism, semiotics, and anthropology, focuses not on the themes and imagery of its objects but rather on the linguistic and institutional systems that frame the production of texts.

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Monday, November 21, 2016

Kuldip Nayar V. Union of India AIR 2006 SC 3127

Kuldip Nayar V. Union of India AIR 2006 SC 3127

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CASE:
1. By the Amendment of Representative of People Act 2003, the requirement of “domicile” in the State Concerned for getting elected to the Council of States was deleted.

2. There was also amendments in Sections 59, 94 and 128 of the Representative of People Act, 1951 by which Open Ballet System was introduced.

DNA Test: Adultery as a Ground for Divorce.

DNA Test: Adultery as a Ground for Divorce.
section 112 of the Evidence Act and was based on the maxim “pater est quem numtioe demonstrant”, meaning thereby “the father is he, whom the nuptials indicate”. Basically, this section was formulated in year 1872, nearly 140 years ago. But, in last three decades, there is an unpredictable growth of scientific temperament. And, even the Legal Community is showing the impression of the same.

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Institution of Suit and its Essentials

Institution of Suit and its Essentials
The basic aim of a legal system of a country is to impose duty to respect the legal rights conferred upon the members of the society. The person making a breach of that duty is said to have done the wrongful act. On the basis of nature and gravity of such wrongful acts, those are separated under two categories: Public Wrong and Private Wrong.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Meaning of the per-se rule of Section 3(3) of the Competition Act, 2002

Meaning of the per-se rule of Section 3(3) of the Competition Act, 2002
Any agreement in respect of production, supply, distribution, storage, acquisition or control of goods or provision of services, which causes or is likely to cause an appreciable adverse effect on competition within India, is an anti-competitive agreement. Such agreements are void agreements. The term ‘agreement’ includes any arrangement or understanding or action in concert whether or not formal or in writing or is intended to be enforceable by legal proceedings.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Lawyers in Eluru - Lawyer, Attorneys, advocates and Law Firm

Lawyers in Eluru - Lawyer, Attorneys, advocates and Law Firm

Advocate Sreeram Devulapalli



Off Address: H.No.25-11-14, N.R.Pet

Chennai, Andhra Pradesh

Pin code: 534006

Eluru lawyerUser Tel No: +91-9848568716

Court of Practice: Hydrabad High Court, District Court

lawyer email Email: sreeram.devulapalli@gmail.com

Firm Description: I am in practice for the last 30 years dealing with cases relating to civil laws, property laws, family law, child custody, consumer disputes, insurance. I do drafting of the deeds relating to construction, gift, sale, power of attorney etc.