Article 21 of the Constitution of India – Right to Life and Personal Liberty

By Riya Jain, UILS Panjab University Editor's Note: It is very evident that the judiciary has evolved from an positivist institution to an activist on in the 20th century. However, when it comes to Article 21 of the Constitution of India, the judiciary has not only been involved in judicial … [Read more...]

Presumption against Repeal by Implication

By Raghavendra Pratap Singh, National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi “Editor’s Note: In a situation when two statutes come into conflict and neither of them are clear, then the statute which was enacted later prevails. This is known as presumption against repeal by implication. This … [Read more...]

The Maintanence and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007

By Sunit Kumar Mondal, GNLU Editor's Note: This paper presents an analysis to the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007. The legislation for the welfare of the Parents and Senior Citizens came into place with the development of the provisions of Article 41 with Entry 23 … [Read more...]

Article Review: Do Theories of Statutory Interpretations Matter?

Satwik Singh WB NUJS “Editor’s Note: The author analyses Daniel A. Farber’s article on ‘Do theories of Statutory Interpretations matter?’” INTRODUCTION In this article the author Daniel A. Farber deals with one of the most oldest and significant debates of the Jurisprudential world. The debate … [Read more...]

Exclusive Jurisdictional Clause in Commercial Contracts

Naman Verma RMLNLU, Lucknow “Editor’s Note: The paper deals with the exclusive jurisdictional clause in Commercial Contracts in light of Section 28 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872. It has been decided time and again that exclusive jurisdictional clauses are not opposed to Section 28 of the … [Read more...]

The Corfu Channel Case

By Aarti Goyal, UILS, Chandigarh Editor's Note: The general principles of International law are among the sources of national and International Law, which have long been recognized and applied in disputes. The Corfu Channel case addressed the question of civil liability of Albania, which had … [Read more...]