Volume III Issue I

October 2021

Nayana J M, School of Law, Christ University

Page: 01-05

Section 60 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 assigns the right of redemption on the mortgagor. It deals with the right of mortgagor to tender the money after the principal amount is due, and further, get the possession of the property or the documents restored with him from the mortgagee.

Eashita Raj, Amity Law School, Noida

Page: 06-17

Violence against women has been a right that men have exercised with impunity for centuries, seeing it as necessary for women's “well-being”. The culture of domestic violence in India is one of shame and silence.

A.B. Abirami, School of Law, Sastra Deemed To Be University

K.P. Manish, School of Law, Sastra Deemed To Be University

Page: 18-25

Through this article, the authors have tried to showcase the existence of Police Brutality all around the world and its intricacies. Police Brutality is the subject matter which everyone is aware off, however, the readers of this article would find the detailed analysis of recent police brutality cases and its consequences.

Smriti Shashikant Naik, V M Salgaocar College of Law

Page: 26-32

Human Beings need to be assured with baseline level of dignity. Basic needs like access to medicine, food and water, clothes, and shelter must be guaranteed and safeguarded at the same time for people across the globe.

Unnati Mouar, Jindal Global Law School, OP Jindal Global University

Page: 33-42

Lok Adalat is a viable alternative to the court system. Lok Adalats introduced a new chapter to this country's judicial system and succeeded in offering a supplemental venue for victims to settle their issues satisfactorily.

Tanya Sharma, University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU, New Delhi

Page: 43-52

Family in India is a complex social system. Traditionally, joint families were always a preference in India; they were almost a mark of wealth and property across caste and class. However, today the number of nuclear families is on an all- time rise.

Jaya Kohli, University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh

Page: 53-88

“If the law fails to respond to the needs of changing society, then either it will stifle the growth of the society and choke its progress or if the society is vigorous enough, it will cast away the law which stands in the way of its growth.

Ritul Tyagi, Galgotias University

Page: 89-99

Even though India is a civilized nation, it has yet to codify the rights of prisoners. In India, there are over 1400 prisons, and in the absence of such regulations, the rules exist only on paper, and many jail authorities also do not obey them.

Kanu Priya, GD Goenka University

Page: 100-118

Hindu law has been gradually nurturing and evolving after independence. Modernisation has affected the concept of marriages just like all the other aspects of life.

Parv Baxi, SVKM’s NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law

Prakash Iyer, SVKM’s NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law

Page: 119-128

The 1872 Indian Contract Act sets out the Indian Contract Law as the most important act for Indian Contract Law. The Act is based on the Common Law rules.

Rini Morison, Amity Law School, Noida

Page: 129-141

In the past two decades there has been a boom in the consumer electronics market in India, particularly in relation to telecoms. The government has been giving special attention to this sector to help extend its e-governance programmes in remote areas

Namrata A, Jindal Global Law School

Page: 142-148

Consummation of marriage has been a long-time debated issue. Cruelty, under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, has been defined as a ground for judicial separation against a petition for Restitution of Conjugal Rights.

Avani Maheshwari, NMIMS’s School of Law, Mumbai

Page: 149-167

There is an ever-increasing concern and awareness for the welfare of children at the national and international levels by way of national policies, constitutional provisions and international conventions.

Nanditha Sreenivasan, Sree Narayana Law College, Affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala

Page: 168-176

Freedom typically is a complex set of values which shows that one can live the life they wish to as long as they do not harm others. The idea of freedom on the other hand would mean different things for different people.

Harshit Raj, Banaras Hindu University

Page: 177-182

In modern times various applications for maintenance are getting filed under section 125 Crpc. After filing an application under Crpc applicants want maintenance under their respective personal law.

Kanchi Gupta, Kirit P Mehta School of Law, NMIMS Mumbai

Page: 183-194

The International Labour Organization is one of the oldest Unites Nations Organization working for the advancement of social and economic rights of the employees and marginalized labourers across the world.

Jatan Singh, Aligarh Muslim University

Page: 195-204

Freedom of speech and expression forms an important part of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India. Considering the successive enhancement in the ideas and the ways of expression of the individual and the amendments in the Indian laws , there is little scope for the bygone and tyrannical British provisions.

S. Tharani, Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College

Page: 205-229

An evolution and tremendous development in the computer system and information technology along with the increase in the innovations related to the internet services, the E-commerce flourishes since last decades.

Synthiya Muki. S, School Of Excellence In Law, Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University

Page: 230-239

India being the largest democratic country in the world, inhabits people from different religious groups, governed by disparate family laws, and thus treated unequally by state and society.

Rukhsaar Dhaliwal & Vanshika Tuteja, University Institute of Legal Studies, Chandigarh Panjab University

Page: 240-256

The death penalty in India has gone through various phases of development. From existing as a strict law to being an exception in the court of law, the concept has evolved drastically albeit being open to several interpretations.

Sunil Nisi Kumar. A, The Tamilnadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, School Of Excellence In Law (SOEL)

Page: 257-263

Trafficking in historically linked to slavery, which involves the sale and purchase of human beings as chattel, treating them as commodities that could be bought and sold.

Behnaz M Nanavatti, MIT - WPU

Page: 264-271

While the topic of research here may seem to be rather bizarre it is an undermined and underappreciated part of our world. In today‟s day and age, there is a rise in the extinction of different animals and birds; some of which can be bred via Ex Situ Conservation whereas most of them cannot.

Vidya Kakra, Symbiosis Law School, Noida

Page: 272-286

Transitional Justice has been popular in recent years as a means of dealing with previous wrongdoings. Its methods, which are based on the retributive-restorative justice dichotomy, have contributed differently to the societies in which they have been implemented.

Tanish Rawat, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA

Page: 287-296

The present paper deals with the change in bankruptcy reforms in India over the period of time and how effective it has been since, implementation. here is an attempt to cover the present cross-border insolvency law and procedure in India

Sanjana Arun, O.P. Jindal Global Law School

Page: 297-303

“Natural Justice”, in the words of Justice Krishna Iyer is a pervasive fact of secular law where a spiritual touch enlivens legislation, legislation and adjudication to make fairness a creed of life.

Sanjana Arun, O.P. Jindal Global Law School

Page: 304-310

“Why are Women Poor?” asks Virginia Woolf in her book A Room of One’s Own. The reason for women, who make nearly half of the human population in the world to be posited on lower ground as compared to the men is because of how easily and actively women have been marginalised and alienated as the "Other".

Dipa Bhowmik, Student of LLM At University Institute Of Legal Studies (UILS), Chandigarh University

Page: 311-317

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere ….” Martin Luther King India is a secular country and it guarantees the right to religion to all individuals in the absence of any kind of discrimination.

Kodali Venu Madhav, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University

Page: 318-333

This project analyses joint liability of the persons for the criminal acts committed through several cases decided, comparison with other jurisdictions of the world, analysing the aspect of punishment given in the case of convicted persons

Devangi Tiwari, School of Law, UPES, Dehradun

Janhavi Singh, School of Law, UPES, Dehradun

Page: 334-346

This research paper aims to study the changing trends in women empowerment in the country through judicial interpretations and analysis of the 2017 revised legislation.

Upasana Kashyap, 3rd-year undergraduate pursuing English Literature from Lady Shri Ram College For Women, Delhi University

Page: 347-356

The sobriquet of Taliban has always been taken for the impending nemesis of terror-buildout, and its takeover of Afghanistan following the withdrawal of US-NATO Army

Likhitha Sri Naidu Velamala, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Page: 357-362

The Death Penalty is the punishment of highest severity. The existence of Capital punishment has always raised debates all over the world. There are people who support it and oppose it.

Kartik Pathak, BML Munjal University

Page: 363-369

India as a nation has made great strides in ensuring that the Freedom of Speech and Expression of the citizens is not violated in any way.A comprehensive study of Article 19 along with various tests such as the offense principle have been discussed which have led to the conclusion of violation of freedom of speech and expression and also to the conclusion that Munawar Farooqi’s freedom of speech and expression has been violated.

Deesha Vyas, BLS, LLB student, Mumbai University

Mehek Chablani, BLS, LLB student, Mumbai University

Page: 370-387

E-commerce companies and their functioning have revamped the antitrust legislations. The Indian E-commerce market is one of the largest expanding markets. While this has its perks, there a plethora of rising antitrust concerns due to the anti-competitive practices adopted by such companies.

Syed Saad Anwar, Jamia Millia Islamia

Aziz Sayeeda, Jamia Millia Islamia

Page: 388-394

India is in scuffle with the murrain of covid-19. The virus had so far caused annihilating loss to the nation and that too in almost every precinct. The worse situation mounting from this poisonous bane has not only impacted the physical existence of the individuals but also lead to the transgression

Damini Chauhan, Manipal University Jaipur

Page: 395-404

The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 20121 is an extensive law to provide for the protection of children from the offences of sexual assault, sexual harassment and pornography, while also safeguarding and protecting the interests of the child at every stage.

Yukta Sharma, New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune, Maharashtra

Himanshu Kumar Viplava, New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune, Maharashtra

Page: 405-414

In India, covid-19 had a enormous impact on every industry, and legal industry is no exception. Legal industry has been hit hard by unexpected crises. Covid-19 pandemic disturbed the practice of law.

Nandini Sharma, Jindal Global Law School