Introduction: This article will discuss about the treaties entered into by India, whether those are binding on our country, the difference between binding and non-binding treaties, the difference between MOUs and Treaties, and finally about the enforcement of obligations. International...
Introduction: Airbnb is an aggregator and online marketplace which enables people to list their properties, vacant rooms in home for short-term stay. Airbnb does not own any property, building etc, but merely operates as an aggregator. Airbnb is similar to...
Introduction: Mauritius is an Island nation in the Indian Ocean with an area of about 2000 Square Kilometers and has a population of just 1.3 million. Mauritius is different from similar island states as it is multilingual, multicultural, and multi-religious....
Introduction: Housing.com dispute is a well-known issue and is a lesson to be studied by the entrepreneurs before starting a startup venture. The major question behind the housing.com dispute is what will happen to the startup if one or more...
  Stage 1:  ORDER 4 R/W ORDER 6 AND 7 OF THE CODE In this stage, Plaintiff will file the plaint with the appropriate court in complying all such provisions required by the code. Plaint should list out everything including the facts of...
Written while pursuing the NUJS M.A. in Business Laws.  1)   Introduction Change is the law of nature. Everything, except of course the law of change itself, is subject to change. Law being no exception to this rule is inherently of dynamic character....
As you all may know, Constitution of India is both rigid and flexible. It allows for amendment of some provisions by a simple majority as like passing a law by the government. For some provisions, it requires two special...
You all know very well that Constitution of India is a Supreme law in India and it is considered as the mother of laws of the land. It is one of the best constitutions in the world because it borrowed...
  The framers of the Constitution of India envisioned a just society which can ensure equal rights to every section of the society. Hence, they aimed at Economic Socialism. Since Independence, India has adopted perfect policies which are suitable for...

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