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Right to legal representation

Published : December 18, 2017 | Author : nivedha krishnamurti | Rating :
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A Lawyer can help delineate the issues, present the factual contentions in an ordinary manner, cross-examine witnesses and otherwise safeguard the interests of the party concerned. The right to representation by a lawyer or other person may proved to be part of Principles of Natural Justice in any proceedings before formal authority or investigation if there is no provision to the contrary. Generally, the right to legal representation is not considered a mandatory party of the right to Fair Hearing. The right to representation is as regarded more of an exception than the general rule
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Compulsory Licensing on Foreign Direct Investment

Published : September 18, 2017 | Author : nivedha krishnamurti | Rating :
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This article scrutinizes the interrelationship between the issuance of compulsory licenses for essential medicines and the influx of FDI. Specifically, it discovers the latent for collective action and bargaining on the part of licensing nations to minimize FDI losses while conserving access.
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Protection of minority shareholders in a company under companies Act, 2013

Published : August 31, 2017 | Author : nivedha krishnamurti | Rating :
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Upon careful examination of the provisions of the CA 2013 it can be ascertained that legislative intent in CA 2013 is to safeguard the minority interest in a more comprehensive manner. However, the provisions of CA 2013 not only requires proper implementation upon addressing the present lacunas but also requires instilling confidence in the minority shareholders with respect to the institutional and regulatory mechanism which ensures that interest of minority shareholders shall be given due consideration.
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Child Labour- Protect the Vulnerable

Published : August 04, 2017 | Author : nivedha krishnamurti | Rating :
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Child Labour is the practice of having children engage in economic activity, on a part or full time basis. the practice deprives children of their physical and mental development. poverty, lack of good schools and the growth of the informal economy are considered to be the key causes of child labour in India.
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Delegation of Taxation Power

Published : March 29, 2017 | Author : nivedha krishnamurti | Rating :
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though taxation is as essential legislative function, it can also be delegated to executive authority
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