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Volume II Issue I (Part-A)

June - July 2021

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Mr. Reghu M, IRS Batch 2015 | Kerala Law Academy, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram

Page: 1-20

Rule of law necessitates its due and precise enforcement without any excesses. This paper conceptually analyses the existing and prevalent system of law enforcement and the fallacies therein, including the post facto nature of remedies to violations. 

Arnav Ghai, Jindal Global Law School

Puneet Maharishi, Jindal Global Law School

Page: 21-26

The research proposal focuses on the concept of Adverse Possession and how its misuse by any government can lead to serious environmental and economical problems for the society as a whole, for which various examples and models are provided throughout the proposal for the reader to understand. 

Sharlin Puppal, MNLU Mumbai

Page: 27-34

The Inner Line Permit System was designed for frontier regions of the northeast for establishing peaceful administration and protection of the hilly tribal regions of Northeast states. The colonial establishment brought this system as a policy to exercise control on the northeast region more

Rishabh Jain, Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai

Page: 35-46

It is quite often said that an idle mind is a devil’s workshop. Curious nature of human beings has led to numerous discoveries. Human cloning is one of them. A concept which had been only a topic of science fiction for time immemorial, turned into reality in the year 1997 with the arrival of Dolly, a cloned sheep. 

Sarthak Sharma, OP Jindal Global Law School

Page: 47-50

The doctrine of survivorship was a model of property division, prevalent in the Mitakshara school of thought under Hindu legal traditions. It was a heavily patriarchal system which essentially mandated the division of the estate solely among the male claimants, terming them as coparceners.

Sarthak Arora , Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Gaayan Arora, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Yashvi Arora, National law University, Jodhpur

Page: 51-58

The Constitution of India charges the state to verify social, financial and political equity to every one of its residents, in this manner making the established command for expedient equity certain through Article 141 which ensures correspondence under