National Online Quiz Competition on Constitutional Law (Second Edition)

Dear Participants, Lawcutor is delighted to have you all as the part of Lawcutor's National Online Quiz Competition on Constitutional Law. Kindly go through all the rules and regulations carefully and then attempt the quiz. Rules and Regulations of Constitutional quizDownload To start Quiz, Click here (the link would be activated on 23rd August 2020). … Continue reading National Online Quiz Competition on Constitutional Law (Second Edition)

Plea in SC Seeks Uniform Grounds for Divorce for all Citizens

Advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay has filed a PIL in the Supreme Court seeking directions to the Centre to take apposite steps to remove anomalies in the grounds of divorce & make them uniform for all citizens regardless of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth. The petition points out that the current laws on … Continue reading Plea in SC Seeks Uniform Grounds for Divorce for all Citizens

Can Indian Courts grant Anti-Arbitration Injunctions against foreign seated Arbitration?: Discusses Calcutta HC

On 12th August 2020, the High Court of Calcutta observed that the power to India civil courts to not grant anti-arbitration injunctions against a foreign seated arbitration should be used with abundant caution and sparingly . While delivering the judgement, Justice B. Shekhar Saraf stated that "it is only under the circumstances enumerated in and … Continue reading Can Indian Courts grant Anti-Arbitration Injunctions against foreign seated Arbitration?: Discusses Calcutta HC

German Citizen believed that he acquired Indian Citizenship by Naturalization; Kerala HC said Ignorance of Law had never been an excuse

A German citizen by the name Roland Moesle is charged under Section 3 read with Section 14 (a) and (c) of Foreigners Act and Section 12(1) (c) of the Passport Act. In response to that he applied for anticipatory bail before the Court. He stated before the Court that he was a German citizen and … Continue reading German Citizen believed that he acquired Indian Citizenship by Naturalization; Kerala HC said Ignorance of Law had never been an excuse

From August 17th Case Hearings will take place: Calcutta HC

The constitution of three Division Benches and three Single Judge Benches notified by the Calcutta high court for the disposal of cases.From 17th August for the disposal of cases there would be three Division Benches presiding from 11am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm working for two weeksThe Chief Justice Bench will entertain the cases … Continue reading From August 17th Case Hearings will take place: Calcutta HC