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By V. Balasubramanian
Section 2 CrPC defines summons case and warrant case. Warrant case means a case punishable with death, imprisonment for life or imprisonment for a term exceeding two years. Summons case has been defined in a negative manner i.e. not being a warrant case.
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J. Sai Deepak, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2012) PL (IP) May 64
The grant of a patent under the Patents Act, 1970 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”) requires the fulfilment of the following condition precedents......
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Aditi Deshpande, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) March S-2
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) notified the SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 2011 (the Takeover Code, 2011) to regulate the acquisition of shares and voting rights in public listed companies in India on 23-9-2011 which came into force from 22-10-2011......
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Ronak Ajmera, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) November S-29
The Indian economy poses as an attractive investment arena to the rest of the world. Amongst the various forms of business organisation recognised under Indian law, it is not uncommon for most multinational corporations to establish their presence in India by way of incorporating a subsidiary......
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Rahul Arora, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) October S-2
In the last couple of years, India has witnessed a major transformation in the electricity generation sector. Due to its rapidly growing economy and expanding population, India has witnessed a shortfall in its power generating capacity......
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J. Sai Deepak, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) September S-36
Intellectual property rights, although treated as property rights, have several restrictions on their enforcement which may not apply to conventional forms of property rights. The primary reason for prescription of such restrictions is that vestation and enforcement of IP rights have implications for the larger public interest......
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Sameer Sah, Associate, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) July S-6
The Board of Directors of an Indian company is entrusted with the general supervision of the company’s business.1 In fact, the Companies Act, 1956 (the Act) provides that the Board is generally entitled to exercise all such powers;......
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Nikhil Jhunjhunwala, Khaitan & Co., Kolkata*
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) June S-7
Under Indian law a motor car manufacturer is not statutorily compelled to provide any warranty for the vehicles sold by it. The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 does not require a manufacturer to provide a warranty on the cars sold by it;......
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Ashwin Mathew*, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) May S-43
A non-resident Indian (NRI) has a unique position under the Indian foreign investment law. This is natural considering the important role an NRI can play in the development of India through investments;......
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Ashwin Mathew*, Anshuman Sakle** and Arunadhri Iyer†, Khaitan & Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2011) PL (CL) March S-24
Most commercial transactions involve a due diligence. In addition to the due diligence, the agreement capturing the terms of such commercial transactions contains detailed representations, and warranties and indemnities. The representations and warranties are, in most cases, qualified by a disclosure letter;......
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Sneha Jain, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2011) PL (IP) January S-14
The Indian Legislature is often criticised for its poor drafting. However, it is a pleasant surprise to see that in a sphere where the whole world is struggling to achieve certainty, we Indians are pretty clear and concise;......
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Nandita Saikia, Associate, Saikrishna and Associates
Cite as: (2010) PL (IP) December S-43
In recent times, intellectual property due diligence (DD) has become an exercise in which copyright industries across the spectrum have been increasingly engaging. . ."
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