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A Spark of Hope for Domestic Traditional Shopkeepers

Government has come up with new guidelines for e-commerce companies doing business in India.  These guidelines seem to help in favor of Domestic Traditional Shopkeepers and may cause some difficulties to the e-commerce companies particularly which are receiving foreign investment into their entity.  As an impact of the new guideline sma...

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Govt issues draft IT rules to curb fake news on Social Media

The instances of misuse of social media by criminals and anti-national elements have brought new challenges to the Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA). These include inducement for recruitment of terrorists, circulation of obscene content, spread of disharmony, incitement of violence, public order, fake news etc. ...

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Employees’ State Insurance (ESIC) Act, 1948 – An Overview

Registration under ESIC: Shops or Establishments that have 10 or more employees, drawing the wages of up to (not exceeded) Rs.21,000 /- a month are required to be registered in FORM 01 within 15 days after the act becomes applicable to a unit or establishment for ESIC under the ESI Act 1948....

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Consumer Protection Bill 2018 passed in Lok Sabha

Consumer Protection Bill 2018 passed in Lok Sabha on 20th December 2018 and will now go to Rajya Sabha for passage.  1. The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 was enacted to provide for better protection of the interests of consumers and for the purpose of making provision for establishment of consumer protection councils and other authoritie...

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Unregistered Partnership Firm can file Suit against Dishonour of Cheque: Delhi HC

M/S. Hindustan Infrastructure Construction Corporation Limited & Anr. Vs M/S. R.S. Woods International & Ors. (Delhi High Court)

In the instant case, the respondent is seeking enforcement of the liability of the petitioners created under Section 30 and 37 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 as the cause of action for the plaint is based on the dishonour of the said cheques. Since, the suit is not based on any contract between the parties, the bar under Section ...

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Provisional list of IPs prepared in accordance with Insolvency Professionals

Provisional list of IPs prepared in accordance with Insolvency Professionals to act as Interim Resolution Professionals and Liquidators (Recommendation) (Second) Guidelines, 2018....

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Lamination destroys legality of an identity card: Kerala HC

R.G.Harilal Vs Joint Registrar of Co-Operative Societies (General) (Kerala High Court)

It is hard to notice the thickness, seal, embossment or any other identification marks used to check the authenticity of identity card if the same is laminated to make it glossy and water proof. The lamination destroys the legality of an identity card for all intents and purposes since it becomes difficult to compare the signature therein...

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SARFAESI Act, 2002: 3 month imprisonment if borrower not provide asset details

The Central Govt has initiated formulation of laws to secure prudential banking & help effect a culture of credit discipline including Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) has been enacted to create a unified framework for resolving insolvency and bankruptcy matters. IBC,by adopting a creditor-in-saddle approach,with the interim...

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10 Agencies authorised by government to snoop on any computer

Order No. S.O. 6227(E) (20/12/2018)

Competent Authority hereby authorises the following Security and Intelligence Agencies for the purposes of interception. monitoring and decryption of any information generated. transmitted, received or stored in any computer resource under the said Act, namely:—...

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Key Provision of Writ Petition as Remedy to Tax Litigations

A writ is a formal written order or direction that the Court issues which is to be obeyed by the authority or person to whom it is issued. A person appealing before the Hon’ble Supreme Court and High Courts for issuance of a direction for grant of immediate relief is called Writ petition....

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Corporate Law News

Corporate law deals with the operations and formation of corporations and is related to contract and other commercial law. Corporations are legal entities which are created through the incorporation laws of the state, the corporation is a legal and a distinct person which can sue and can be sued, separate from the stockholders. Until a corporation formally dissolves, it has a perpetual life; the demise of its stockholders or officials does not amend the structure of the corporation. Creation, operation, and their dissolution are governed by several laws such as the Company Law, Insolvency and the Bankruptcy law, Real Estate law, Gratuity Act, Minimum wages Act, Negotiable Instrument Act, Essential Commodities, SRFAESI Act, Competition Act, FDI Regulations etc.

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