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Medical Negligence

Legal principles which would apply in cases of medical negligence -  Consent and exceptions.

By

Er. SANDEEP SURI, Advocate, BE. LLB, Chevening Scholar (London)

 

CHAITANYA SURI, NMIMS, School of Law, Mumbai


WHETHER TENANCY UNDER LAND LAWS IS HERITABLE?

With specific reference to

(I) Punjab Tenancy Act, 1887

(II) Punjab Security Of Land Tenures Act, 1953

(III)  Land Reforms Act, 1972

(IV)  Haryana Ceiling On Landholdings Act, 1972

 

by

Mr. Anish Setia,

Advocate, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh

 


 

 

AMENDMENTS TO THE COMMERCIAL COURTS, COMMERCIAL DIVISION AND COMMERCIAL APPELLATE DIVISION OF HIGH COURTS ACT, 2015 AND THE RAMIFICATIONS THEREOF.

By

 

Aashish Chopra,

Advocate, Punjab and Haryana High Court

 

CONSTITUTIONAL OBLIGATION OF STATES TO HOLD PERIODIC MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS – A SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STATE OF HARYANA

  

By

Amit Jhanji

Advocate, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh.

Insolvency & Banking Code - Initiating Corporate Insolvency against Guarantors without involving the Principal Borrower

SANDEEP SURI, and ROHIT SURI Advocates

Chandigarh

 

Article deals with Whether the Corporate Insolvency Process can be initiated against a Corporate Guarantor without initiating process against the Principal Borrower who is neither a ‘Corporate Debtor’ nor ‘Corporate Person’. The NCLATs view on whether the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process can be initiated against two ‘Corporate Guarantors’ simultaneously for the same set of debt and default has also been addressed.

 

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An anti-suit injunction is a judicial order restraining one party from prosecuting a case in another court outside its jurisdiction. The principles governing grant of injunction are common to that of granting anti-suit injunction.

 

Article by

Kriti Sharma and Sandeep Suri, Advocates

CD containing Telephonic recording can not be proved by secondary evidence unless requirement of Section 65-B(4) of Evidence  Act is satisfied

 

Article by

Er. sandeep Suri and Rohit Suri, Advocates


Guarantor under Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code, 2016


Commercial Courts : Mandatory Pre-Institution Mediation


SARFAESI -  Effect of loan transfer .


When the word “may’ shall mean “shall”?

Law discussed.


 

PRIV@CY 

starts from Me !

an article on the trail we leave on the net......


 

 

Ex-parte interim orders  - In financial matters can have a deleterious effect - Supreme Court


 

 

Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 (54 of 2002), Section 14

 

Powers of a District Magistrate 


Would a Cyber Attack be construed as a Force majeure? 

cyber@legis


 

  • RBI’s FAQ on RTI queries

              Subros  and Associates


Whether insurance companies can withhold payment unless full and final discharge is not given ?


Cyber attacks -Prevention

 

An article covering how to avoid being the target of a cyber attack

 

 


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