With the changing economic, social, and technological needs, the role of banks has also changed from merely receiving deposits and rendering money to online banking activities. As and when the need arises to improve or add new ideas in the banking sector, there arises the need to make new laws, rules, and regulations to implement the new changes. This article covers the evaluation of banks, laws governing banks in India, emerging trends in banking laws, reformation and liberalization of banks, and analysis of emerging trends in banking laws.
Think about the following: Do you still use your old phone, or do you buy the most recent smartphones? How many phones and computers have you used over the course of your life? It will take an indefinite length of time to respond. India’s growing population, industrialization, affluence, and lifestyle are driving changes in consumption patterns, such as the use of polluting digital devices. This article will help you to know about E-waste and increase awareness about the risks associated with electronics. Thus, in order to live on Earth, it must be made safe.
This article deals with the concept of the pledge as defined under the Indian Contract Act, of 1872 (hereinafter, “Act”). Pledge can be said to be a sub-species of bailment, which involves the delivery of goods in exchange for securing a loan or fulfillment of an obligation. The Act states several nuances important for the contract of pledges like the rights of the Pawnor, and Pawnee, and mentions situations where such rights can be exercised. Sections 172 to 179 of the Act deal with the concept of the pledge.
A patent is a legal certificate that describes as well as grants the holder unique rights to produce, sell, or distribute an invention. The patent breach is the illegal use of the patent holder’s unique rights. This means that it would be regarded as a breach of patent rights if a patentee’s rights were exploited by another individual without the patentee’s permission. This article attempts to analyse the laws concerning the Infringement of Patents in India and the remedies available under those laws.
The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, of 2019, was created in response to the demands of social change and revolutionary movements for the legalized protection of the rights of the transgender population. The Indian Constitution, the Act guarantees that everyone has an equal opportunity to acquire a living and lead dignified lives. It also includes measures for the protection of the rights of the transgender population. This article deals with the laws regulating the transgender community in India.
This article is about website disclosure under the Companies Act, 2013. The article covers legislation governing website disclosure, what kind of information should be disclosed on the website by a company, why the information should be disclosed, and many other aspects related to website disclosure by the company.
This article tends to state different grounds under which a divorce petition can be filed by either spouse under Indian law. Understanding the futility of preserving a legal bond between a man and a woman which in reality became a source of suffering and subjugation, the lawmakers provided provisions in the Hindu Law for the parties seeking dissolution of their marriage. It shall be noted that the grounds are nearly the same in substance for divorce under different laws. The Hindu Marriage Act, of 1955 substantially changed the landscape in the domain of getting a divorce as under the old law this concept was alien.
Today, we will be understanding how to write good Legal Articles. Typically, when we begin to write a blog post or an article, we pick topics about which we are well-known and where we can add our own perspective. Writing an article is primarily intended to inform readers and provide a clear grasp of a subject; in a sense, to educate them.
Intellectual property pertains to product accountability. This includes ideas, schemes, sketches, compositions, and manifestations. Additionally, it makes reference to electronic media, such as online sound and video clips. The purpose of IP law should be to enhance the rights of customers as well as copyright owners. Current intellectual property legislation is still relevant in the electronic era. The article handles the degree and inclusion of several IPRs, licenses, the Internet, and digital laws.
In this article, we will discuss the term ultra-vires, the needs of the doctrine of Ultra Vires, and its applicability to the Companies Act. Also talking about the exceptions of the doctrine, we will conclude the article by discussing a few case laws.