• Taxation
    not reversing the decision of the Bar Council of India in the appeal. The relationship between an advocate and his client is of trust and therefore sacred. Such acts of professional misconduct and the frequency with which such acts are coming to light distresses as well have to be curbed. Preservation...
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  • Boiler Experiment
    temperature. The Marcet Boiler is used to investigate the relationship between the pressure and temperature of saturated steam in equilibrium with water at all temperature levels between the atmospheric pressure and 8 bars. The experimental slope (dT/dP)SAT obtained is compared to the theoretical value...
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  • History Notes
    Company (1666) [6 State Trials 709-770] * This case, while primarily famous for it's role in determining the balance of power between the King and Parliament, also shows contemporary legal thought on the relationship of the EIC's settlements in India to metropolitan law. In brief the case...
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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...
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  • Misconduct
    deceitfulness and corruption, but they have to strive to secure justice to their clients. The credibility and reputation of the profession depends upon the manner in which the members of the profession conduct themselves. It’s a symbol of healthy relationship between Bar and Bench. There is heavy...
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  • Need for an Entry Signal to Foreign Law Firms in India: from Close Door Traditions to Laissez Faire
    legal industry by allowing entry to Foreign Law Firms in India way back to the nineties with the opening of Indian Economy. The Lawyers Collective v. Bar Council of India is very benchmark judgement as it focuses on the inclusion of non-litigious practice within the purview of Advocates Act, 1961...
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  • bar council of india
    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: Party in perso For Respondents/Defendant: V.B. Joshi, Adv. for Respondent No. 2 Subject: Civil Catch Words Mentioned IN...
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  • Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer and Expansive Interpretation of Fundamental Rights
    bar in 1959, his love for politics has not been razed down completely under him as he again stood for election in the year 1960 & 1965 but lost both the 11 Judges of the Supreme Court of India (1950-1989), George H. Gadbois, Jr., Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1 ed., 2011, p. 211. 12...
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  • Contempt of Court
    Court Bar Association vs. Union of India[21] a five-Judge-Bench of the Supreme Court has overruled its three-Judge-Bench Judgment in re Vinay Chandra Mishra and held that the power of the Supreme Court under Art. 129 to punish for contempt is though quite wide yet limited and cannot extend to...
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  • Better Way
    length on the executive-judiciary relationship, their constitutional powers and limits and the concept of locus standi. Public Interest litigation ‘took its root firmly in the Indian Judiciary and fully blossomed with fragrant smell in S. P Gupta v. Union of India.’(Bakshi, 1999: 4). The...
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  • Capital Punishment
    error is committed, there is no way to rectify the error. However, in Bachan Singh's case (AIR 1982 SC 1325), the constitutional validity of death sentence was upheld by the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court of India by majority of 4:1 with Hon'ble Justice P.N. Bhagwati, dissenting...
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  • Professional Ethics
    his colleagues which are analyzed in subsequent pages. In the words of Chief Justice Marshall has observed; “the fundamental aim of Legal Ethics is to maintain the honor and dignity of the Law Profession, to secure a spirit of friendly co-operation between the Bench and the Bar in the promotion of...
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  • Organization Study
    internship report is an effort of mine for the fulfilment of the same. 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...
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  • enforcement of foreign award a bane to investment in india
    Convention), the Supreme Court of India held that in order to attract the bar of public policy the enforcement of the award must involve something more than violation of Indian law; the enforcement of a foreign award would be refused on the ground that it is contrary to public policy if such enforcement...
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  • Role of Diplomacy in Foreign Relation
    , one at Aurangabad and the other at Pune." The said demand for the constitution of a permanent Bench of the High Court at Aurangabad was supported by the State Bar Council of Maharashtra, Advocates' Association of Western India, several bar associations and people in general. It is necessary here to...
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  • Article 370
    this could pass muster when there existed a Supreme Court of India. Three cases it decided tell a sorry tale. In Prem Nath Kaul vs State of J&K, decided in 1959, a Constitution Bench consisting of five judges unanimously held that Article 370 (2) "shows that the Constitution-makers attached great...
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  • Power of High Courts in India
    decision was rightly criticized on the ground that it would adversely affect the independence and impartiality of the Judiciary. However, In case of, S.C. Advocate-On-Record v. Union of India Also known as Second Judges Case. A nine Judge Bench of the Supreme Court by a 7:2 majority overruled the...
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  • General Info
    What is Viral Marketing? Marketing by the word of the mouth, having a high pass-rate from person to person is called Viral marketing. Creating a 'buzz' in the industry is an example of viral marketing. What is Bench Marketing? A comparison of the business processes with competitors and improving...
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  • Law and State Accountability
    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 facilitates state accountability...
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  • Single
    free hand in choosing the subject so that the students are able to conduct research work I their respective fields. The Bar Council of India must perform only a supervisory role in equipping and funding the libraries. Role of Teachers: Teachers are most important in producing talented students. They...
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