2 Archive - 26 October 2021

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Comparative Analysis between RERA & Consumer Protection Act

In this research article, the author seeks to address the provisions of 'Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act' (herein after referred to as ‘RERA’) and 'Consumer protection act, 2019, herein after referred to as ‘CPA’ and draw an analysis comparing the above....

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Jurisprudence of arbitrability of Fraud/Corruption

Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2021 and the Jurisprudence of arbitrability of Fraud/Corruption: Hurdle or Help to the Existing Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996?...

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Decoding POCSO Act- Recent Controversial Rulings & its Pitfalls

Child sexual abuse which is covered by the POCSO Act in India is one of the most under-reported offence. Sexual Abuse and sex trafficking amongst children remains the most serious problems in India. If we look upon the data, we could see that in the last two decades there has been a relevant increase in the sexually transmitted diseases a...

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Investigation Under PMLA and their scope

Money-laundering can be defined as a process by which a person makes huge income out of the illicitly obtained money and he has placed it into a chain of transactions to hide its origin. Section 3 of Prevention of Money laundering Act, 2002 defines offences of Money-laundering. This article is small attempt to examine the […]...

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Sexual Harassment In The Realm of Cyber Space

In the world we live in today, the Internet and Information technology are of utmost importance and play a major part in almost every aspect of our lives. With the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2019 and its continuing effects, the world became more reliant on technology and the internet to continue to work, learn and grow....

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Ola COVID Care Package: A Boon or a Bane

Ola Cabs is a multinational ride-sharing company. It was founded by Bhavish Aggarwal and Ankit Bhati on 3rd December 2010. Bhavish graduated from IIT Bombay in computer science. He was once travelling from a rented car where he had a horrendous experience, as, amid the journey, the driver asked for re-negotiation of the fare....

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Art Theft, Economic Offences and the Law

Art theft is the criminal activity which involves the theft of art or cultural property and includes the various kinds of objects such as paintings, sculptures, ceramics, idols and other art and antique objects....

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CAAR rejects application as similar issue was pending before custom officer

In re Marsap Services Pvt. Ltd (CAAR Mumbai)

CAAR held that the issue of classification of distillation equipment in the applicant's case is pending before an officer of customs. Law, doesn't allow me to render an advance ruling in such a case....

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Data Centre Switch Router models classifiable under sub-heading 85176290

In re Ingram Micro India Pvt Ltd. (CAAR)

In re Ingram Micro India Pvt Ltd. (CAAR) Classification of data centre switch router models (DCS-7280CR2K-60-FApplication No. CAAR/CUS/APPL/45/2021 and DCS-7816R3-BND Series) and applicability of Sr. No. 13N of Notification No. 24/2005-Customs, dated 01.03.2005 and Sr. No. 20 of Notification No. 57/2017-Customs, dated 30.06.2017 on these ...

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Networking devices classifiable under sub-heading 85176290

In re Amazon Digital Services Pvt. Ltd (CAAR Mumbai)

Networking devices with Model Nos. N3XU6S, N3XU5S and N3XU7S are held classifiable under sub-heading 85176290 of the first schedule to the Customs Tariff Act, 1975. Passive antennas with Model Nos. S8RL4H and S8RL4G are held classifiable under sub­heading 85177090 of the first schedule to the Customs Tariff Act, 1975....

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