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Domestic Violence in Live-in Relationships

  Name – Dhun Vinod Santosh College - Government Law College, Mumbai The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 was enacted to protect women from violence in their homes and families. It seeks to protect them from physical, sexual, emotional and economic abuse. A clear aim of the Act is to prevent the occurrence of Domestic Violence in the Society.   With passing time, a large number of couples are opting to live together, before marriage or sometimes, with no intention of getting married. These partners ‘co-habit’ and decide to live together and such relationships are commonly known as Live-in Relationships. There is still a lot of prejudice around Live-in Relationships but from a legal point of view, the Hon’ble Supreme Court has iterated that they are completely legal[1][2]. The moot point that this Article deals with is Domestic Violence in these Live-in Relationships and if any remedy is available to the aggrieved under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence

Are the Amendments made to the abortion law in India Progressive enough?

   Shubhangi Singh O P Jindal Law School, Haryana. Abortion, across the world, still considered to be  sensitive issue that many countries are still struggling with. We see different countries setting different rules and putting up different conditions for women to go through the process of Abortion. Some seem to be more liberal about while there are some treating the issue of Abortion as a taboo, we also come across some countries that coyly try to portray themselves as liberal while dealing with this topic but the reality comes out to be different. Recently, India brought certain amendments to the “Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1971” that without a doubt is progressive movement taken by the country but when we get to the crux of it, we can notice that we still have a long way to go in order to give the Freedom that every Woman deserves when it comes to her “Reproductive Rights”. This Amendment has increased the upper gestation limit to 24 weeks as compared to before that was 2

Transfer of Benefit of an Unborn Person

  Name – Yashika Thakran College - Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology (GGSIPU), DELHI There can't be any direct transfer to an unborn person. an unborn person means someone who isn't alive even in the mother's womb. Earth child in mother's womb could be a competent transferee. property is often transferred to a baby in the mother's womb. but property can not be transferred to a person who isn't even within the mother's womb. Accordingly, Section 5 of this act provides that transfer of property takes place only between two living persons. When a property is transferred, the transferor divest (or put off from) himself of that interest and vest it immediately within the transferee. So, if a property is transferred on to the one who isn't living the interest so transferred shall be divested or be faraway from the transferor but it might need to remain delayed and wait for the transferee to return into existence in whom it could vest. Such a sit

A Quick Fix For Overcoming Sexual Harassment.

  Name – Swadha  College - Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGSIP UNIVERSITY Ø  Abstract  Time is changing and therefore the one who is always mentioned to be a homemaker is now beginning from their home and earning the bread. Now, Women are in each and each field including Teaching, Architecture, Engineering, etc. But the male-dominating society remains their one among the main problems as women are always discriminated against at the workplace, the wages given to them are less than men. But the foremost sensitive problem which arises with women at the workplace is harassment. Why they're harassed?, Why they're always stated as a weak link?. But do the women of our society know that they hold immense power? Their words can make the globe shake. There's no field where they do not have a presence. There are still thousands of girls who are afraid to lift their voice against those that mistreat them. In this essay, we are going to discuss the Salient Features of The Death Of SEX

The Case of Adverse Possession in India

  Name – Siddhesh Bhosle  College - Government College of Law, Mumbai. Year III - Three Year LL.B. Course. INTRODUCTION Adverse Possession was a system or practice in common law introduced by the British in India. The original purpose was to increase and improve land usage, thereby earning revenue for the Government exchequer. Adverse Possession means acquiring a property through unsolicited means. As the name suggests, it is a possessory title that is opposed to the original owner's proprietary, legal, or documentary title. In simple terms, if an occupant, especially an unauthorized occupant, continues to occupy a property for 12 years without any interruption from the owner, they acquire the status of the owner of that property.  For possession to be adverse, it must be possession by such a person who does not acknowledge the other's rights but denies them. A person who bases his title on adverse possession must show by clear and unequivocal evidence that his possession was h

Registration of LLP and Laws

  Name – Shweta Pandit College - National Law School Of India University, Bangalore. Introduction- LLP(Limited Liability Partnership) is a limited liability company, you will find the characteristics of both a corporation and a partnership in this form of a company. LLP came into effect in 2008 when the Limited Liability Partnership Act was passed in India..  LLP- Limited Liability Partnership, is a partnership where partners have limited liability and are responsible only for the loss/damage created by themselves and not by any of their partner or partners. Partners in LLP have a fair share of say in the workings of the business.  Registration of LLP- It is a long process to register a LLP, the few steps involved in the process are discussed as follows: First step is to get the DSC, which is a Digital Signature Certificate from the government agencies such as E-Mudra, NSDL, IDRBT Certifying Authority, National Informatics Center, CDAC and each agency has its own costs of providing ser

Registration of Trade Union

  Written By- Ayush Ramola Email id- [email protected] Introduction: Trade Union [Section 2(zl)]:- means any combination, whether temporary or permanent, formed primarily for the purpose of regulating the relations between workers and employers or between workers and workers, or between employers and employers, or for imposing restrictive conditions on the conduct of any trade or business, and includes any federation of two or more Trade Unions. Who can be a member of Trade Union:- Any person who has attained the age of 15 can be a member of a registered trade union and must be employed by the industrial establishment for which the said trade union has been registered. Registration of a Trade Union Registrar of Trade Union [Section 5]:- The Trade Union must be registered by a Registrar, that is to be appointed by the state government through a notification and the government may choose Additional Registrar, Joint Registrar and Deputy Registrar of Trade unions who shall exerci