Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Concept of white-Collar Crime

Concept of white-Collar Crime
the concept of white-collar crime is usually associated with E.H. Sutherland whose penetrating work in this area focused the attention of criminologists on its demoralizing effects on the total crime picture. Sutherland pointed out that besides the traditional crimes such as assault, robbery, decoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, and other acts involving violence, there are certain anti-social activities which the persons of upper strata carry on in course of their occupation of business.

Reforms In Haryana Police System

Reforms In Haryana Police System

Haryana Police Act, 2007

Haryana Police follows theHaryana Police Act , 2007. This act provide a new state police law for establishment, regulations and management of the Police, redefine its role, duties and its responsibilities and to enable it to function as an efficient, professional, effective, people friendly by talking into account the emerging challenges of policing, enforcement of rule of law, the concern for security of state and the people, good governance and human rights.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Monday, September 09, 2019

Patent Protection For Future Technologies

Patent Protection For Future Technologies

Patents: A General View:

A Patent is a grant of monopoly power by the state to an inventor who is given the exclusive right to commercially exploit his or her invention for given period of time. A patent system is regarded by some as creating a social contract whereby the state

Sunday, September 08, 2019

Criminalization of politics in India

Criminalization of politics in India

In today's world the rate of crime is increasing day by day. No matter in which form crime takes place but it affects whole of the society. The crime is done by one person but suffer all the peoples. Now I tell you about criminalization of politics in India.



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Principles of Business Efficacy and Contra Proferentem and their application in interpretation of commercial contracts

Principles of Business Efficacy and Contra Proferentem and their application in interpretation of commercial contracts
In the modern world, with every passing year, the volume of commercial transactions keeps increasing. The advent of technology and the ever-increasing means of communication have played a huge role in bridging the gap and increasing the business transactions between people.

#BusinessEfficacy #ContraProferentem

Wednesday, September 04, 2019

Settling the Issue of Domestic Double Taxation - State of Bombay v. United Motors (India) Ltd.

Settling the Issue of Domestic Double Taxation - State of Bombay v. United Motors (India) Ltd.

This case was an appeal from the judgment and order of the High Court of Bombay, declaring the Bombay Sales Tax Act, 1952 as ultra vires the Constitution of India and consequently issuing a writ of mandamus against the State of Bombay and the Collector of Sales Tax, Bombay, directing them to desist from following the provisions of the impugned Act.

Settling the Issue of Domestic Double Taxation - State of Bombay v. United Motors (India) Ltd.

Settling the Issue of Domestic Double Taxation - State of Bombay v. United Motors (India) Ltd.

This case was an appeal from the judgment and order of the High Court of Bombay, declaring the Bombay Sales Tax Act, 1952 as ultra vires the Constitution of India and consequently issuing a writ of mandamus against the State of Bombay and the Collector of Sales Tax, Bombay, directing them to desist from following the provisions of the impugned Act.

Thursday, July 18, 2019

What is copyright?

What is copyright?

If you produce original literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work, you'll want to learn more about what copyright is and how you can use it to your advantage.

Copyright is the exclusive legal right to produce, reproduce, publish or perform an original literary, artistic, dramatic or musical work. The creator is usually the copyright owner. However, an employer—for example, a film studio—may have copyright in works created by employees unless there is an agreement in place stating otherwise.

Copyright protects your creation:

When you own the copyright in a work, you control how it is used in order to protect its value. Others who want to use the work have to buy or otherwise get your permission.

Generally, an original work is automatically protected by copyright the moment you create it. By registering your copyright, you receive a certificate issued by the Indian Intellectual Property Office that can be used in court as evidence that you own it.

Your copyright exists in India during your lifetime and for 50 years following your death. After that, the work is in the public domain, and anyone can use it. This is true for most works, but there are exceptions.

Copyright Registration in India


Kind of creations you can copyright in India:

You can Copyright Register a book

You can Copyright Register a design

You can Copyright Register a logo

You can Copyright Register an idea/ concept

You can Copyright Register a video

You can Copyright Register a piece of music

You can Copyright Register a document

You can Copyright Register a creation

You can Copyright Register my photos

You can Copyright Register a Fashion and Textile model

You can Copyright Register software/ a program

You can Copyright Register a website

You can Copyright Register a business


Saturday, April 13, 2019

Advocates Are The Only Recognized Class of Persons Entitled To Practice The Profession of Law

Advocates Are The Only Recognized Class of Persons Entitled To Practice The Profession of Law



Under the Advocates Act 1961, only advocates enrolled in India are entitled to practice the profession of law - which includes not only appearing before Courts and giving legal advice as an attorney, but also drafting legal documents, advising clients on international standards and carrying out customary practices and transactions.


SC Designates 37 Lawyers As Senior Advocates:

In a major and significant development, the Supreme Court which is the highest court in India has for the second time designated 37 lawyers as Senior Advocates.


Collegium System:

The Judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President under Article 124 (2) of the Constitution while Judges of the High Courts are appointed by the President under Article 217 (1) and 224 (1) of the Constitution.