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An analysis of laws related to Adverse Possession: Threat to real owner

You may be flabbergasted to find out, that under certain circumstances, a trespasser can come onto your land, occupy it, and gain legal ownership of it. The legal terminology for this is "adverse possession."

“Depriving a citizen of his liberty and dignity is the greatest violation of the values enshrined in the Constitution”

Former Additional Solicitor General and Senior Advocate Neeraj Kishan Kaul is an example in his own right. He resigned four months after being elevated as a judge of the Delhi High Court to return to private practice. A graduate of Delhi University, he completed Masters in Law from Cambridge University.

Implications of Section 69 of IT Act 2000 R/w IT rules 2009 imposed on the citizens of India vis-a-vis privacy guaranteed under Article 21

With the advent of technology developing over the years at rapid pace, a drastic shift has occurred in the field of e-commerce , communication and vice versa.

Dushyant Chautala: The man who heralded Haryana on path of reforms

Political equations in Haryana saw a shift after many decades when coalition government came into existence in 2019. India saw a rise of young and promising leader Dushyant Chautala

72 year Journey of Supreme Court of India

By AOR Purnima Jauhari After two days when India became a Sovereign Democratic Republic, The Supreme Court of India was established on 28th January 1950. The Supreme Court of India succeeded ...

A Conceptual Analysis of Enhanced Interrogation Techniques in relation to Sec. 27 The Indian Evidence Act, 1872

Custodial interrogation is the formal questioning of an accused or a criminal suspect in custody with the aim to obtain evidence or seek a confession in an ongoing investigation.

Anti-Conversion Laws and their Constitutionality

Religion is a belief system that integrates culture, teachings, practices, personal experiences, and artistic expressions which relate people to what they perceive to be transcendent. Religion has two facets which divides the world on the one hand and unites the globe in it’s own ways on the other.

COVID-19: Lockdown for domestic violence?

Domestic violence- a very well debated and studied subject, which can never be out of mind and not even action, has always been prevalent in almost all parts of the world. It has always been used as a means of showing power and dominance by mostly men.

“The preparatory work in Amrapali case will be over in six months”

Supreme Court Senior Advocate R Venkataramani has established himself as one of the most erudite and astute lawyers of India

Debate on farmers’ protest: Two sides of the same coin

The agitation by farmers on Delhi’s borders has captured headlines across the world. For more than a month, the farmers have been braving the cold, rain and police barricades to raise their demands. APN’s popular show, Loktantra, discussed the issue extensively.

News Update

Delhi bus owners seek exemption from road tax, penalty

A Single-Judge bench of Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva has asked the counsel appearing for the respondent GNCTD to take a decision preferably within six weeks.
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