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Notice ,   Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act ,   1981 ,   Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act ,   1974 ,   Section 21 ,   Section 26 ,   serving notice ,   prewarning ,   notice in advance ,   Vellore Citizens Welfare Forum v. Union of India

a 4th year student of ITMU Law School, Gurgaon

Notice or a Heads up?

Water and air, the two essential fluids on which all life depends, have become global garbage cans.” By Jacques-Yves Cousteau

As much as the domain of environmental law needs good lawyers to defend it in a court of law it also...

By Apoorv Pandey July 26, 2016
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Sports lawyer india ,   gamechanger ,   tmt law firm ,   law students ,   day zero ,   australia sports management

As young budding lawyers, generally when asked about sports law, we have no clue about it. What is sports law? Is there any special Act dedicated to this field of law? If not, then which Acts are usually referred? Most of us would be as perplexed and confused as a non-law student would be.

Sports...

By Dipti Srivastava July 26, 2016
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Insider Trading ,   Chinese Wall Defense ,   Bolkiah v. KPMG ,   Securities and Exchange Board of India (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations ,   1992 ,   Regulation 12 ,   restricted list ,   grey list ,   Slade v. Shearson ,   Hammill & Co

By Tanaya Sanyal, 5th Year, WBNUJS, Kolkata

The concept of a Chinese Wall has been a widely acknowledged method of preventing conflict of interests in financial institutions for a considerable period of time. The House of Lords recognised this principle when they defined a Chinese Wall as the “...

By Tanaya Sanyal July 18, 2016
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One Person Company ,   sole proprietorship ,   limited shares ,   limited guarantee ,   DSC ,   DIN ,   Companies Act 2013

PART-I


Introduction:


An OPC (One Person Company) as the name suggests is a company formed by a single person i.e. a company which has only one person as a member[1]. The concept was introduced in the Companies Act of 2013[2]. The objective behind introducing the concept of OPC was to provide a...

By Gabriella Ruhil December 30, 2015
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commercial establishment ,   the Bombay Shops and Establishments Act ,   1948. ,   pro worker legislation ,   work hours ,   holiday's list ,   overtime rule ,   joining ,   termination criteria ,   licenses/permits/small-sized restaurant in Mumbai ,   – Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) ,   Police Department ,   State Government ,   Excise Department and Sales Department


Introduction to Idea of Shops, Establishments and the Licenses Required


This blog post aims to serve as a one-time reference guide with regard to opening new shops and commercial establishments in India. It deals with various licenses and registrations that one has to compulsorily acquire in...

By Shruthee Srinivasan September 02, 2015
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the companies act ,   shareholders' rights ,   e-governance ,   e-voting ,   video-conferencing ,   managerial remuneration

Is Companies Act, 2013 actually Changing Fortunes?


The Companies Act, 1956 had been in need of a substantial revamp for quite some time. The 1956 Act was passed in the first decade of free India and the business landscape has changed radically ever since. The opening of the Indian economy in the...

By Anubha Yadav March 26, 2015
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