This article is written by APURVA, a student of the Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology, GGSIPU. INTRODUCTION In civil litigations, a ‘Receiver’ is considered to be an officer of the court who is appointed by the court to protect and preserve the subject matter of suit till the timeContinue Reading

This article is written by Kalyani Gupta, a Master’s in Law student from Amity University, Noida. This article discusses the temporary injunction mentioned under the Code of Civil Procedure. INTRODUCTION An “Injunction” is an impartial solution which is “a judicial process that compels a party to refrain from doing orContinue Reading

This article is written by Saba Banu , a 3rd year law student of Pendekanti Law College, Hyderabad. INTRODUCTION In every case, a suit requires parties, which are most important for proceedings. If the parties to the suit do not show up, then it can be termed to be theContinue Reading

This article is written by Kalyani Gupta, a Master’s in Law student from Amity University, Noida. This article discusses about the doctrine res judicata and how it is applied in Indian Law. INTRODUCTION Section 11 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 defines the doctrine of Res Judicata. It implies thatContinue Reading

This article is written by Harshit Khandelwal, 2nd year Law student currently pursuing BBA-LL.B(Hons.) from Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University. In this article, the author discusses the laws regarding the appearance of parties and what are the consequences of non-appearance of parties.  INTRODUCTION The fate of any case dependsContinue Reading

This article is authored by Kirti Bhushan, a student of Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi. It focusses primarily on the growth of legal profession in India since its inception. The author has also tried to postulate the futuristic aspect or approach of the legal profession in India. A briefContinue Reading

This article is written by Bhavna Arul, a fourth-year law student from Symbiosis Law School. INTRODUCTION Jurisdiction is derived from the Latin words Juris which means “law” and Dicere which means “to speak”. Jurisdiction refers to the power of the Court to take the cognizance of an offense and toContinue Reading