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Volume IV Issue V

October - November 2022

Mr Prabhakar D. Karandikar, (I.A.S.), Indian Administrative Service

Page: 01-07

The provisions of Section 34 (2) of Civil Procedure Code appear to deny equitable relief to the Decree Holder even when there is inordinate delay in payment of the decretal amount by the Judgement Debtor delays.

Dr. Sukhda Pritam, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Ambala, Haryana

Page: 08-21

This article discusses about the scenario where parties are Hindus of Indian origin and place of residence may vary from time to time. The word “Hindu” in this article refers to all individuals who come under purview of Hindu Marriage Act 1955 section 2(1).

Srishti Shankar, BSW.LLB, Gujarat National Law University

Page: 22-38

Due to fear in the mind of the US legislators regarding the constant threat of financial breakdown that could be cause by the failure of the Stablecoin arrangement and the impending threats

Pooja Maheshwari, B.A. L.L.B. (Hons.), Prestige Institute of Management & Research, Department of Law, Indore

Purnshri Sharma, B.A. L.L.B. (Hons.), Prestige Institute of Management & Research, Department of Law, Indore

Ridhi Saxena, B.A. L.L.B. (Hons.), Prestige Institute of Management & Research, Department of Law, Indore

Page: 39-56

The term ‘property’ is commonly employed in several senses. If one glances around in the habitat, each thing accessible may be recognized as property. Each object, whether palpable or impalpable possessing some worth to human beings, can be expressed as Property.

Aishwarya Gupta, Amity University Kolkata

Page: 57-63

Since past few years, cryptocurrency, which is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security, has been able to grab a lot of attention of the public.

Sakshi Goswami, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Page: 64-80

Language which is considered to be at the core of human identity can becomes an obstacle in the effective dispensation of justice. India being the land of 121 languages, out of which 22 languages are scheduled

Saakshe Jain, Symbiosis Law School, Noida

Page: 81-83

One of the most controversial and important rulings in the history of tortious state accountability for the deeds of its employees is this ruling. The judgement was passed in the year of 1964

A.F. Afolayan, Director (Academics), Nigerian Law School, Bwari, Abuja

Mrs. Lilian Ebun Effiong, Deputy Director (Academics), Nigerian Law School, Kano Campus, Bagauda, Kano

Page: 84-107

The Nigerian Externship Programme for law school student was introduced as part of the requirements for the Bar vocational training in 2008. It is a form of practical training which law school students are meant to undergo before call to Bar.

Dawood Khan, Faculty Member at Mankavit Law Academy & LL.M (Technology and Law) from Hidayatullah National Law University, Chhattisgarh (2021-2022)

Page: 108-117

In recent years, the Internet has experienced exponential growth, especially in e-commerce and retail, virtually revolutionizing the way the world lives. The Internet, which was once used primarily

Bharti Dixit, III rd Year, B.A. LLB (Hons), GLA University, Mathura

Page: 118-130

Novel COVID-19, which is a public health emergency is affecting the exercise the human rights in many ways. Some category especially affected by COVID-19 due to the measures

Yogesh T, LLM (Human Rights and Duties Education), Tamilnadu DR. Ambedkar Law University (School of Excellence in Law)

Page: 131-136

Child labour means children under the age of 18 years who has been deprived of their childhood and anything that is harmful to their physical or mental well-being and especially interfering