Author: saurabh Tiwari

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Waiver of Tort Claim

Waiver of Tort allows a complainant to recover the profit or advantage obtained by the defendant as a result of his or her wrongdoings. There isn’t much else to say. Waiver of Tort does not seek to compensate the plaintiff for a loss by returning the defendant’s gain. It isn’t yet attempting to hold a […]

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Jio-Facebook deal and its impact on competition laws of India

The latest mega-deal announced by Facebook to acquire completely diluted 10% shares in its own Reliance Industries is a case study extensively scrutinised by numerous law and economics experts. I’m here to put some perspective on the agreement involving Facebook Incorporation’s strategic investment move and the potential legal ramifications it may have in India in […]

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Lok Adalats

The notion of Lok Adalats is a one-of-a-kind contribution of the Indian legal system to international law. It is an informal system of justice administration that has mostly succeeded in providing litigants with a secondary forum for resolving and resolving disputes. It has been a significant helping hand to courts and is mandated in Section […]

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Parole System

The concept of parole is crucial in the criminal justice system. Parole is the temporary or permanent release of a prisoner before the conclusion of his or her sentence in return for good behaviour. It’s a sort of consideration provided to inmates in order to help them reintegrate back into society. It is nothing more […]

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Consumer Protection Act, 1986

Humans have acquired the skill of obtaining services that meet their everyday need. Our daily lives revolve around utilising the commodities and services available to us in order to live a pleasant and hassle-free life. When we use these services, we become ‘consumers.’ Consumption is the process through which commodities and services are finally used […]

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