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Supreme Court Of India Clarifies Retrospective Applicability Of Amended Section 148 Of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 was amended last year and two new provisions, section 143A and section 148, were inserted in the NI Act, which were necessitated to deal with the delay tactics of drawers of dishonoured cheques ...
India
10 Jun 2019
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LexCounsel Collaborates And Contributes To The Negotiating Effective Contracts & Dealing With Disputes Publication
Our Firm recently collaborated and contributed to the IR Global & the Association of Corporate Counsel, (the world's largest community of in-house counsel)
India
30 Apr 2019
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Payment Of Gratuity To Teachers
The Hon'ble Supreme Court after hearing the arguments opined that the issue involved in this appeal remains no longer res integra and has been decided by the court in the APPTA Case.
India
14 Jan 2019
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Indian Extradition Law – Process For Seeking Extradition Of Persons From Foreign States
International and cross border crimes pose a unique challenge with regard to detection, arrest, extradition and trial.
India
14 Jun 2018
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Moratorium On Disposal Of Property Of Personal Guarantor Of The Corporate Debtor
The aforesaid decision follows from the appeal filed by the SBI the financial creditor, against the order of the NCLT Chennai restraining them from proceeding against the property of a personal guarantor of the...
India
12 Mar 2018
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Indian Bankruptcy Law: Appeals And Challenges To Arbital Award Cannot Stall Bankruptcy Proceedings
The phrase "existence of dispute" assumes significance as it is largely the only legal defence that a corporate debtor can take to avoid insolvency/liquidation proceedings initiated by an operational creditor.
India
15 Sep 2017
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"Existence Of A Dispute" Under The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code Clarified By The NCLAT
In the aforesaid case before the Appellate Tribunal, the appeal had arisen out of an order of the Tribunal (Mumbai bench) rejecting the insolvency application filed by an operational creditor.
India
26 Jun 2017
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Arbitrator Cannot Lift The Corporate Veil – Delhi High Court
The law with respect to lifting of the corporate veil is well established in India. The courts have time and again held that corporate veil can be pierced only in rare cases ...
India
16 Jun 2017
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Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code – Meaning Of "Dispute In Existence"
With the above observations, the Bench admitted the insolvency application.
India
3 May 2017
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Supreme Court Holds Two-Tier Arbitration Valid Under The Arbitration And Conciliation Act, 1996
Parties to an agreement have the autonomy to provide for a second instance appeal for settlement of disputes or differences arising between them.
India
24 Mar 2017
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Bombay High Court - Rights Of Successors To Prevail Over Those Of Nominees Of Shares
The issue of rights of nominees versus those of the successors over shares of a company, upon death of a shareholder, have been a matter of much debate over the last one decade.
India
6 Feb 2017
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Post Amendment Challenge And Enforcement Of Arbitral Awards – Clarification By The Delhi High Court
Un-amended (Indian) Arbitration Act would continue to apply to challenge and enforcement proceedings concerning awards delivered in arbitrations commenced prior to the amendment.
India
19 Jan 2017
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Mediation And Conciliation Under The New Companies Act
The Companies Act, 2013 ("CA 2013") attempts to modernise the way companies in India are owned and operated, in sync with the practices across the world.
India
18 Oct 2016
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Is Photocopying Of Books In The Course Of Imparting Education A Copyright Infringement?
International copyright laws uphold the rights of exclusive use and exploitation by the creator/author to the exclusion of the others (except in certain exceptions).
India
4 Oct 2016
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Arbitrability Of Disputes Arising Out Of A Trust Deed/The Indian Trust Act, 1882
The question of arbitrability of disputes is often raised by parties in arbitration proceedings and the arbitrators have always faced difficulty in settling this question.
India
16 Sep 2016
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Landowners Are Also Consumers QUA The Builders: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court of India has recently laid down that a land owner who entered into a MoU with a builder will be deemed to be a consumer within the definition of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
India
30 Aug 2016
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Supreme Court Drops The Hammer On TRAI's Call Drop Regulations
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has quashed the Telecom Consumers Protection (Ninth Amendment) Regulations dated October 16, 2015 issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.
India
17 May 2016
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TRAI's Regulations For Compensation To Consumers For Call Drops Upheld
Call drops can be simply explained as the service provider's ineptitude in maintaining a call between users and providing continued service once a call has been correctly established.
India
15 Apr 2016
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Position Of Power For Women As Karta
A HUF is a separate entity that is created by members of a family wherein the members are lineal ascendants or descendants.
India
8 Apr 2016
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Is Imparting Of ‘Education' By Private Educational Institutions A ‘Public Function' And Its Implications
India has seen an exponential growth in the education sector and it holds an important place in the global education market.
India
29 Feb 2016
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