Tag: Constitution

Contempt Laws In India – Brief Study

The law of Contempt of Courts is for keeping the administration of justice pure and undefiled. The dignity of the court must prevail and be maintained at all costs. So keeping the said principle in mind one should keep their conduct in line with the process of court. One should avoid any disobedience to any … Continue reading Contempt Laws In India – Brief Study

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Scope Of Discretionary Powers Of The Controller Under Section 80, Patents Act

“Audi alteram partem” It is a famous Latin phrase and literally translates as “listen to the other side”. Other than being a famous Latin phrase, the same is also one of the two fundamental principles of natural justice. The aim of natural justice is to ensure fairness and remove arbitrariness. This doctrine dates back hundreds … Continue reading Scope Of Discretionary Powers Of The Controller Under Section 80, Patents Act

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All About Section 31 D of Copyright Act, 1957

The 2012 amendment in Copyright Act has introduced various provisions, one of them being section 31 D. This section is concerned with the broadcasting or performance of a literary or musical and sound recording, which has already been published. Clause 1 of Section 31D states: “Any broadcasting organization desirous of communicating to the public by … Continue reading All About Section 31 D of Copyright Act, 1957

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