Author: Prachi Sharma

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GIFT DEED BY PRACHI SHARMA

GIFT – Gift is a voluntary transfer of personal property without any consideration; a parting by owner with property without pecuniary consideration ; a voluntary conveyance of land; on transfer of goods, from one person to another, made gratuitously and not upon any consideration of blood or money. A gift is undoubtedly a transfer which […]

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CASE ANALYSIS OF MOHAMMMAD AHMED KHAN VS SHAH BANO BEGUM AIR 1985 BY PRACHI SHARMA

PETITIONER Mohd. Ahmed Khan Vs. RESPONDENT Shah Bano Begum Equivalent citations – 1985 AIR 945, 1985 SCR(3) 844 Bench – Chandrachud, Y.V ((CJ), Desai, D.A., Reddy, O. Chinnapa (J), Venkataramiah, E.S. (J), Misra Rangnath Subject – Whether a divorced Muslim lady is entitled to claim maintenance allowance from her former husband under section 125 Cr.P.C.? […]

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CASE ANALYSIS OF M.C MEHTA VS. UNION OF INDIA AIR 1996 BY PRACHI SHARMA

M.C MEHTA (Badhkal and Surajkund Lakes Matter) Vs UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS SUBJECT – This case is based upon the interpretation of Section – 3 of Environmental Protection Act, 1986. It highlights the fact that environment may be polluted on account of mining operations. It also shows that the closure of mine is the […]

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WHITE COLLAR CRIME

 INTRODUCTION “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power tends to corrupt absolutely” – Lord Acton White Collar Crime defined by the most influential criminologist of the 20th century as “crime committed by persons of respectability and high social status in course of their occupation”. Thus misrepresentation through fraudulent advertisements, infringement of patents, copy rights and […]

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NUISANCE UNDER THE LAW OF TORT

INTRODUCTION The word ‘nuisance’ has been derived from the French word “nuire” which means ‘to hurt or annoy someone’. The word ‘nuisance’ in its legal sense means simply ‘annoyance’ or harm and indeed the element of unlawful ‘annoyance’ is the only thing common to all nuisances. Therefore nuisance means an unlawful interference with a person’s […]

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