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By Nandhini, Vivekananda College of Law, Karnataka State Law University. Introduction: The “THE COMPETITION (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2023” is an amendment to the Competition Act, 2002, enacted by Parliament in India. This amendment aims to further enhance competition law in India by amending existing provisions and introducing new sections to promote fair competition, protect consumer interests,...

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This blog is written by Sagili Bhavana Shree, a 2nd year student at Damodaram Sanjivayya National University.  INTRODUCTION  The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 is a significant piece of legislation that has played a crucial role in regulating the sale of goods in India. This act was enacted to govern the transactions involving the sale...

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By Nandhini,Vivekananda College of Law,Karnataka State Law University  Introduction:  The Advocates (Amendment) Act, 2023, stands as a watershed moment in the ongoing evolution of India’s legal framework. Enacted on December 8, 2023, this legislation, officially designated as Act No. 33 of 2023, heralds a transformative chapter in legal reforms. At the core of this amendment...

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CREDENTIALS: This blog is written by Samriddhi Sinha, a 4th year Student of Brainware University. Introduction:  The Limited Liability Partnership Act, of 2008, is a pivotal piece of legislation that has played a transformative role in the corporate and business regulatory framework of India. This Act was formulated to create a robust legal structure governing...

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This blog is written by ASHAFAK HUSEN, pursuing  Bachelor of Law, from D.D.U. Gorakhpur, University, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. Introduction The Mental Healthcare Act, 2017, marks a significant turning point in India’s approach to mental health. Enacted on April 7, 2017, and enforced from May 29, 2018, this legislation represents a departure from the earlier Mental...

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This blog is written by Jyoti Shukla, a 2nd year B.S.C LL.B student from National Forensic Sciences University Gandhinagar, Gujarat. Introduction The Indian Penal Code’s Sections 292, 293, and 294 make it illegal to publish pornographic books, sing pornographic songs, or engage in pornographic behavior in or near public areas. These rules, it was discovered,...

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This Blog is written by Sumita Patra, a 3rd year law student of Amity University, Mumbai. INTRODUCTION: Trade union and labour union plays an important role in today’s organization where a person gets relief from unwanted disturbance in the workplace. In simple words, a trade union means an organization of workers that have banded together...

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This blog is written by Samriddhi Sinha, a 4th year Student of Brainware University. Introduction: The Limited Liability Partnership Act, of 2008, is a pivotal piece of legislation that has played a transformative role in the corporate and business regulatory framework of India. This Act was formulated to create a robust legal structure governing the...

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 This Blog is written by Samriddhi Sinha, a 4th year law student of Brainware University, Kolkata.                                                              Introduction: The Companies Act 2013 is one of the most important laws that govern the formation, functioning and regulation of companies in India. Enacted on March 29, 2013, it replaced the 1956 Companies Act which aimed to modernize...

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