Author: Krishna Sreeja

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Malicious Prosecution by Krishna Sreeja @lexcliq

In the society we live in one’s reputation holds the foremost importance. Just to think of it-How will a person feel if he is unnecessary without any reason is dragged in a criminal case? What about the image deterioration of a person who has been charged for an offence he never did? Well, there is […]

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Zonal Councils by Krishna Sreeja @lexcliq

ZONAL COUNCILS This suggestion was made by Pandit Nehru at a time when linguistic hostilities and bitterness as a result of re-organisation of the States on linguistic pattern were threatening the very fabric of our nation. As an antidote to this situation, it was suggested that a high level advisory forum should be set up […]

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Land mark cases on Doctrine of Basic Structure by Krishna Sreeja @lexcliq

  Basic Structure It is an Indian judicial principle developed by judges by analysing various cases. There are some basic features of constitution of India which cannot be amended because they are most crucial part of the constitution. Shankari Prasad vs. Union of India Facts and arguments raised in the case:¬†After¬†independence the government of India […]

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Strict liability by Krishna Sreeja @lexcliq

STRICT LIABILITY   In tort law, Strict Liability is a liability where a person is held responsible for unforeseeable harm despite having taken all reasonable care to avoid foreseeable harm. Strict liability focuses on the nature of the defendant’s activity rather than, as in negligence, the way in which it is carried on. The rule […]

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Case analysis of M.C. Mehta v. Union of India by Krishna Sreeja @lexcliq

  M.C. Mehta v. Union of India originated in the aftermath of oleum gas leak from Shriram Food and Fertilisers Ltd. complex at Delhi. This gas leak occurred soon after the infamous Bhopal gas leak and created a lot of panic in Delhi. One person died in the incident and few were hospitalised. The case […]

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