Bar Bench Relationship In India Essays and Term Papers

  • Taxation

    Deshpande v. Bar Council of India: a case comment Table of Contents Abstract This paper will comment on the significant decision of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in Vikas Deshpande v Bar Council of India,1 dismissing the appeal by an advocate who was banned from practicing and fined by the Bar Council...

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  • bar council of india

    JT2002(9)SC619, (2003)1MLJ184(SC), (2003)1SCC384, 2003(1)UJ331, 2003(2)WLN706 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Decided On: 29.11.2002 Appellants: Vikas Deshpande Vs. Respondent: Bar Council of India and Ors. Hon'ble Judges/Coram: V.N. Khare and Ashok Bhan, JJ. Counsels: For Appellant/Petitioner/Plaintiff:...

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  • Legal Profession

    Legal Profession in India The history of the legal profession in India can be traced back to the establishment of the First British Court in Bombay in 1672 by Governor Aungier. The admission of attorneys was placed in the hands of the Governor-in-Council and not with the Court. Prior to the establishment...

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  • Misconduct

    Section 35(1) of the Advocate Act, 1961, proviso says, is relevant in this context. This proviso say, where on receipt of a complain otherwise a State Bar Council has reason to believe that any advocate on its roll has been guilty of professional or other misconduct, it shall refer the case for disposal...

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  • History Notes

    collection published in 19th-century Madras:  J. Shaw, Charters relating to the East India Company from 1600-1761, (Madras: Madras government press, 1887).   * The East India Company Charter of 1600     * The East India Company Charter of 1661 This new charter, issued by Charles II on his restoration...

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  • Boiler Experiment

    Objective 1. To demonstrate the relationship between the pressure and temperature of saturated steam in equilibrium with water. 2. To determine the vapour pressure curve. Introduction Properties of a fluid can change when heat and work are applied to it. There’s an interchange between the...

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  • Need for an Entry Signal to Foreign Law Firms in India: from Close Door Traditions to Laissez Faire

    FOR AN ENTRY SIGNAL TO FOREIGN LAW FIRMS IN INDIA: FROM CLOSE DOOR TRADITIONS TO LAISSEZ FAIRE. The right to practise, no doubt, is the genus of which the right to appear and conduct cases in the court may be a specie.- Ex. Capt Harish Uppal V/s. Union of India. Introduction Law is applicable to each...

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  • Contempt of Court

    Supreme Court Bar Association vs. Union of India AIR 1998 SC 1895 WEBSITES – (as accessed from 28th Sept. 2009 to 4th Oct. 2009 ) www.legalserviceindia.com www.evakil.com www.mainstreamweekly.net www.wikipedia.org www.indlawnews.com BOOKS – Constitutional Law of India – Dr. J. N. Pandey...

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  • Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer and Expansive Interpretation of Fundamental Rights

    CJI CriLJ J. LLJ p. Para pp. SC SCC UOI vol. Appealed Cases All India Reporter Chief Justice Chief Justice of India Criminal Law Journal Judge Labour Law Journal Page Paragraph Pages Supreme Court Supreme Court Cases Union of India Volume 1 "You must be the change you wish to see in the world...

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  • Capital Punishment

    MODE OF EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE AND INCIDENTAL MATTERS BY LAW COMMISSION OF INDIA Questionnaire is at the end. Please send your opinion and comments addressed to: Dr N. M. Ghatate, Member, Law Commission of India, 7th Floor, A-Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001. Fax: 23388870; 23073864 E-Mail:...

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  • Better Way

    discussed the background of judicial review encompassing the pioneer case laws from American and British jurisdictions; and how that concept travelled to India and Pakistan being the excolonies of Britain. 2I have specially focussed on the role of the Federal Court later replaced by the Supreme Court of Pakistan...

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  • Professional Ethics

    attitudes of the persons who think about such things Good points of subjectivism Reflects the subjective elements of morality • it reflects the close relationship between morality and people's feelings and opinions - indeed it can cope with the contradictory moral views we often find ourselves wrestling with ...

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  • enforcement of foreign award a bane to investment in india

    SUGGESTIONS/REMEDIES TO OVERHAUL THE EXISTING PROBLEMS FACED BY INVESTORS IN INDIA RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The researcher, for making this project, has relied on various articles from the internet and a few journals and on the bare text of few instruments of law relating to the topic. Therefore...

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  • Power of High Courts in India

    single integrated system of Courts to administer both Union and State laws. At the apex of the entire judicial system, exists the Supreme Court of India below which are the 21 High Courts in each State or group of States. The High Courts have jurisdiction over a state, a union territory or a group of...

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  • Law and State Accountability

    the relationship between law and state accountability. 1.1 Research Questions: 1. What is the relationship between law and state accountability? 2. Are there any legislation passed to establish State Accountability? 3. Are there any provisions in the constitution of India that...

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  • Role of Diplomacy in Foreign Relation

    ------------------------------------------------- Bombay High Court Bombay High Court (Marathi: मुंबई उच्च न्यायालय) at Mumbai, Maharashtra, is one of the oldest High Courts of India[1] with jurisdiction over thestates of Maharashtra & Goa, and, the Union Territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. The High Court...

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  • Semiconductor

    Organisation; AND WHEREAS the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights is part of the said Final Act; AND WHEREAS the Government of India, having ratified the said Final Act, should, inter alia, make provisions for giving effect to section 6 in Part II of the Agreement on Trade Related...

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  • Single

    Legal studies are multi-disciplinary in character. Legal education should aim at promoting 'Justice' rather than just resolve disputes & improve relationship. The study of law in order to be meaningful has to be in the context of social realities. Salmond defines law as “a body of principles recognized...

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  • Prisoner Rights

    the Magistrate if the detention is needed beyond 24 hours. In a JUDGEMENT the Supreme Court of India recognised  some more rights of an arrested person under Articles 21 and 22 (2) of the Constitution of India – g. Right to communicate the information of arrest to a friend, relative or well wisher. ...

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  • Organization Study

    ACCENTURE is one of the reputed companies in worldwide. It is one of the oldest and fastest growing companies. It has a leading presence in India. Accenture has, over the years, acquired a strong reputation in the field of Management Consulting & Integrated Markets, Systems Integration & Technology...

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