Day: February 14, 2015

Termination of Agency under Contract Act

By Simran, CNLU, Patna Editor’s Note: The contract of agency is defined as one where one party-the principal, grants authority to another party- the agent, to act on behalf of and under the control of the principal to deal with a third party. An agency relationship is fiduciary in nature. An agency can be created by express or implied appointment, necessity or estoppel. There are certain duties that the parties owe each other. Since the relationship of agency is one that is based on trust, there […]

Securitization of a Cross Border Transaction

By Hardeep Singh Chawla and Aashna Chawla, Amity Law School Editor’s note: Securitization has undoubtedly emerged globally as an important technique for bundling assets and segregating risks into marketable securities. However, when securitization acquires a tendency of becoming transnational, there are several issues which emerge. Let us consider a situation where an […]

So Much for ‘Mother’ India

By Aashna Chawla, Second Year, B.A, LL.B (Hons.), Amity Law School Editor’s Note: Historically, women have been considered to be and have been treated as physically, emotionally and intellectually inferior to men. Kant, a German philosopher, in his book wrote: „A woman is embarrassed little that she does not possess certain high […]

In Re: M/s HT Media Limited v. Super Cassettes Industries Limited

By Aashna Chawla, Second Year, B.A, LL.B (Hons.), Amity Law School Editors Note: The present case in consideration is important because it raises serious questions about the scope of the jurisdiction of the Competition Commission of India vis-à-vis other authorities, here, the Copyright Board. It is pertinent to lay down […]

Front Running: The definition conundrum

By Hardeep Singh Chawla, Fourth Year, B.A, LL.B (Hons.), Amity Law School Editor’s Note: SAT through the case of Dipak Patel v. SEBI, held that the offense of front running cannot be ascribed to anyone except an ‘intermediary’. This order of SAT was in pursuance of the new FUTP Regulations, 2003 […]

Mixed Methods Research

By Harpreet Kaur, UILS, Chandigarh “Editor’s Note: With the constant evolution in information technology, the methodologies that are used to harness this information are also evolving. Mixed Methods Research is the product of such evolution. It is a relatively new kind of research methodology, whereby the benefits of both qualitative and […]