What is Female Foeticide? Meaning & Causes

What is Female Foeticide?

When the foetus of a girl child is destroyed, it sows the seed of numerable suffering for our future generation, affecting the society as a whole! Justice Dipak Mishra From the ages, a girl child is always respected in our society and even considered a reincarnation of our holy goddess. However, with time, they are … Read more

Meaning and Types of Abetment under the Indian Penal Code

Types of Abetment

In criminal jurisprudence, the crime can be committed by a single person or with the help of two or more persons. In case several persons are related to a particular crime, it is very essential to know the degree of participation of each in the said offence. Some of them may involve directly whereas a … Read more

Debt Recovery Laws in India

Debt Recovery Laws in India

In our day-to-day life, we enter into numerous financial transactions involving significant amounts of money and other ailed components. With the increasing commercialization and globalization, the transfer of money has become an absolute necessity and all the entities ranging from small shopkeepers to large-scale businessmen are taking loans and other financial assistance to survive in … Read more

Features of Sustainable Development

Features of Sustainable Development

As India’s population has crossed the 125-crore mark, a very disturbing question popped up in our mind – whether we are sufficient in terms of resources to give all the people a quality lifestyle? If the answer is affirmative, a follow up question is more disturbing – whether we will leave something for our future … Read more

Doctrine of Pith and Substance

Doctrine of Pith and Substance

The constitution of India is based on the principle of Federalism where the powers of making laws are divided between the Union Parliament and the state legislatures. This power is derived from the 7th schedule of the constitution which assigned specific subjects to the Union Parliament, state legislatures and both. These subjects are provided in three … Read more

Rights of Unborn Child in India

Rights of Unborn Child in India

In our society, having a child is considered the blessing of God, and even in our holy scriptures, it is believed that God enters the house in the form of children. The pregnancy is a beautiful and altogether different experience for both the parents as they eagerly wait for 9 months for the arrival of … Read more

Rights of Unpaid Seller

Rights of unpaid seller

There are different types of contracts under business law and in every contract of sale, consideration is of utmost importance as it is the essential element of a valid contract. When some goods and services are sold with free consent, the buyer is under an obligation to pay the requisite amount. This is a reciprocal … Read more

Steps in Formation of a Company

formation of a company

Nowadays, a large number of people, ranging from foreign nationals to Indian Residents, want to invest and start their business in India. There are mainly 2 reasons behind that – firstly, the Indian economy is growing at a commendable pace and secondly, India has a diverse population, which makes it attractive for a large pool … Read more

Various Types of Companies under Companies Act

Various Types of Companies under Companies Act

In our country, various forms of business organizations are followed, such as sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, company, etc. However, with the rapid growth of the economy, the “company” form of business organization gained significant popularity, and other forms started fading away gradually. There are various types of companies that may look quite similar, … Read more

Bank Guarantee- Types of Bank Guarantees in India

Types of Bank Guarantee in India

In this era of globalization, large scale transactions are undertaken involving huge amounts of money through the different types of bank accounts. There is always a risk that a party might default and the other party would have to suffer huge losses. So a need was felt for an institution that could act as a … Read more