SUPERIOR COURTS HOLD LITIGANTS CAN APPROACH THE CONSUMER COURTS EVEN WHEN THERE IS AN ARBITRATION AGREEMENT

SUPERIOR COURTS HOLD LITIGANTS CAN APPROACH THE CONSUMER COURTS EVEN WHEN THERE IS AN ARBITRATION AGREEMENT The Consumer Protection Act, of 2019 broadens the definition of “consumer” to encompass individuals who purchase or access goods or services online or through electronic means, a provision absent in the previous legislation. Furthermore, it introduces a comprehensive definition

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Legal Considerations in the Adoption of Blockchain Technology

Blockchain technology, best known as the underlying technology behind cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, has garnered significant attention for its potential to revolutionize various industries beyond finance. As organizations explore the adoption of blockchain for applications such as supply chain management, voting systems, and digital identity, they encounter a range of legal considerations that must be addressed

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SUPREME COURT REBUKES HIGH COURT’S MISHANDLING AND MISAPPLICATION OF JUDICIAL MIND IN DECIDING TENDER DISPUTE

SUPREME COURT REBUKES HIGH COURT’S MISHANDLING AND MISAPPLICATION OF JUDICIAL MIND IN DECIDING TENDER DISPUTE INTRODUCTION A two- Judge Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice Bela M. Trivedi and Justice Pankaj Mithal passed an Order dated 02.04.2024 in Civil Appeal No. 4626 Of 2024 (@ Special Leave Petition (C) No.23319 Of 2022) in

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SUPREME COURT SET ASIDE CONVICTION OF APPELLANT UNDER THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, AS THE CHEQUE SERVED SOLELY FOR SECURITY PURPOSE

SUPREME COURT SET ASIDE CONVICTION OF APPELLANT UNDER THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, AS THE CHEQUE SERVED SOLELY FOR SECURITY PURPOSE A Two Judge Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice Sanjay Karol and Justice Aravind Kumar passed a Judgment dated 02-04-2024 in the matter of Prem Raj vs. Poonamma Menon & Anr., Special Leave

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SUPREME COURT HOLDS THAT THE HIGHEST STAMP DUTY PAYABLE IN CASE OF ALTERATION OF ARTICLES OF THE COMPANY, IS A ONE-TIME MEASURE

SUPREME COURT HOLDS THAT THE HIGHEST STAMP DUTY PAYABLE IN CASE OF ALTERATION OF ARTICLES OF THE COMPANY, IS A ONE-TIME MEASURE In a recent matter of State of Maharashtra vs National Organic Chemical Industries Ltd. Civil Appeal No. 8821 of 2011, a two Judge Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia

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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Advised Power Finance Corporation In Financing Of Greenko AP01 Solar Power Project

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Advised Power Finance Corporation In Financing Of Greenko AP01 Solar Power Project In a significant development in the renewable energy sector, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, has advised Power Finance Corporation Limited (PFC) on its financing of the Greenko AP01 Solar Power Project in Andhra Pradesh. The financing deal, amounting to INR 5,647 crore,

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