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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

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IS THE LACK OF WOMEN JUDGES IN INDIA A THREAT TO REPRESENTATIVE JUDICIARY?

  In the present 21st century, women worldwide have entered various spheres of professional life like medicine, teaching, technology, finance, economics and even politics where they have set incredibly high benchmarks for the once male dominated patriarchal society and have proved that they are an equal stakeholder of the resources of this planet and can …

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Insight to Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019

  “Sexual Orientation is natural. Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is violation of freedom of speech and expression” -Supreme Court of India in Navtej Singh Johar vs. Union of India According the Census 2011, 0.4% of the population accounts for Third Gender, however the real figure might be different due to fear of …

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Battered women syndrome: Need for incorporation under Indian Criminal Law

  Battered Women Syndrome[1](BWS) is a pattern of psychological and behavioral symptoms found especially in women who have been victim of an abusive relationship for a very long period of time. In order to end this chain of domestic violence, these women kill their abuser, instead of terminating this unhealthy relationship. Most of the common …

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GENERAL LIEN

  INTRODUCTION : Lien is recognized as a remedy and is taken into consideration as a right. The foremost purpose of the contract of lien was that it had been not between the parties and also the party had its rights because it absolutely was imposed law by the common law courts. Lien is that …

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SUO MOTO COGNIZANCE: JUDICIAL ACTIVISM OR JUDICIAL ADVENTURISM?

  INTRODUCTION: A Suo Moto cognizance is a Latin term which is defined as measures taken by a government agency, court, or other authority on their own discernment. When the court gets the information about the violation of the rights of humans or breach of duty through media or by a third party, then Suo …

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Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI): Amendment 2019

  Introduction to Right to Information Act, 2005 Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) is considered highly important legislation of independent India as it introduced the concept of ‘Good Governance’. Good governance is when a country’s public institution works and brings in improvements as per the needs of the society.  Not only India but various …

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AN OUTLINE OF THE DOCTRINE OF ADVERSE POSSESSION: IN LIGHT OF INDIAN CONTEXT

INTRODUCTION In all legal frameworks, the claim to rights and interests in land based on ownership has been recognized. If the original owner of immovable property leaves it unattended for a period of time, the doctrine of adverse possession is applied. The Limitation Act of 1963 governs this particular length of time. This Act establishes …

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The helmet lies on your head

The `positive’ sense of the word `liberty’ derives from the wish on the part of the individual to be his own master. [1] In pluralistic society, socio-political justice is conceived as people having different views, morals, values, and the purpose of life which needs to co-exist within a broad framework of legal protections. According to …

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