We requested NLSIR and the authors to share the prize winning entries with us so that the essays could be made available for a wider audience. They are sweet chaps and they agreed. A big shout out to all the authors and the people at NLSIR!
The concept of Permanent Establishment (“PE”) is fast changing in a world beyond geographical boundaries, where the end-customer is located. There is a deep need felt to address the issues that emanate from such transactions.
Aspect theory is applied only for the purpose of quantification of tax by providing the concept of different taxable events in one transaction it is does not deal with subject of tax , so it must not be construed that it creates conditions for overlapping of central and State taxes.
It is a very different form of learning. In other research assignments you can wander as per your ideology and present the case however, in a Moot you have to keep yourself confined to the requirements of the proposition
We sincerely thank Mr. Samarth Khanna and his team members for providing us with the memos. The Symbiosis Team won the coveted 7th Pro Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition, 2013 by defeating the NLIU Bhopal Team.
We sincerely thank Mr. Pranav Menon, Ms. Gayatri Pradhan and their team for providing us with the memos. The Symbiosis Team won the Surana and Surana Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition, 2013 (South India Rounds).
A Status of Force Agreement that envisages a foothold for American forces in the heart of the Indian Ocean is not a pleasant prospect for Asia. America may be able to virtually control Maldives and Indian Oceanic region. By Shambhawi Sinha, GLC Mumbai. Feel free to share your notes, write-ups, case summaries
Moot: 24th Kerala Law Academy Moot Court Competition, 2013
Winning team: Symbiosis Law School, Pune
Speakers: Neeati Narayan and Shayan Das Gupta
Researcher: Indraneel Gunjal
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Lawctopus brings to you the moot court memos of the NUJS team that won the 2nd G.C. Tulsi Moot organised by NALSAR from January 18-20, 2013. This year's problem was based on criminal law (of course!) with some elements of contract and sports law thrown in.
6 MLAs have declared that they have charges of rape against themselves in their sworn affidavits submitted with the Election Commission of India at the time of their election. Of these 6 MLAs with declared rape cases, 3 are from SP namely Sribhagwan Sharma, Anoop Sanda and Manoj Kumar Paras from Uttar Pradesh, 1