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Encryption and Key Pair by Shikha at LexCliq

The  digital signature plays the role of authenticating any electronic record. An electronic record is seen as authentic when the subscribers of digital signature authenticate the electronic record by affixing his digital signature to it. This authentication process runs by help of encryption and key pairs. Thus, the role of encryption and key pair in […]

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Compulsory Licensing by Shikha at LexCliq

Compulsory Licensing refers to the authorization to a third party to make, use or sell patented invention without the patent owner’s consent. This allows a better access of invention to the public at affordable price and it curb the misuse of monopoly attained through patent. Section 84 of the Patents Act, 1970, talks about the compulsory licensing. It says that […]

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Types of Writs by Shikha at LexCliq

A Writ is a court order that directs an individual, official, or authority to perform something or stop from doing something. The Supreme Court and the High Courts, respectively, have writ jurisdiction over an individual’s fundamental rights under Articles 32 and 226 of the Indian Constitution. Article 32 states that the Supreme Court can issue […]

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Jurisdictions Of Supreme Court by Shikha at LexCliq

Original, appellate, and advisory jurisdiction are all exercised by the Supreme Court. Supreme Court’s original jurisdiction exist in any matter related to any dispute between the Government of India and one or more States or in dispute between two or more States. Furthermore, the Supreme Court has considerable original jurisdiction over the enforcement of Fundamental Rights under Article […]

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Elements of a State by Shikha at LexCliq

Salmond defines a state as a society of men founded for the purpose of maintaining order and justice within a particular territory. According to Kantarowicz, a state is a juristic person endowed with the right to impose its will on the population of a specific territory, a right that it cannot be removed of by […]

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