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Inculcated into the Indian Justice Delivery System through the onset of colonial era, the law of Torts has now become a latent legal domain unused and unknown. However the remedies under Torts are certainly very potent to ensure day to day harmonious and peaceful working of the society. The Course aims to provide insight for the better utilization of Tort Laws and know the ground level of justice available to them even for slightest wrongs thereby ensuring “ubi jus ibi remedium”
Maximum Intake - 50
Imagine you were denied a regular seat in any regular college. Or if you were arrested for simply no reason. The Fundamental Rights are guaranteed to Indian citizens to safeguard them against such practices. They are meant to protect us from such oppressive practices and also act as a means to redress the violation of Fundamental Rights(The Right to Constitutional Remedies). Without such laws in place, India could never be called a democracy. It hence becomes pivotal to have a sound knowledge of such rights being gifted to us by the country as her citizen or as a human.
Law has not been created abruptly through a big bang. There lies a complex network of legal ideas, theories and knowledge working harmoniously to ensure that the rules created are just and rational and to make sure that law is created for the welfare of the citizens. To study the philosophy of law is of esteemed importance for a person learning laws, this is so because laws are for mankind involving spiritual ideas and are not solely a machinery construction. The course aims to bring the knowledge about the philosophy of law for the readers who in turn learn about the very working of the legal fraternity.
Maximum Intake - 50
Quite many times numerable amounts of contracts combine to form a larger entity of Partnership, which although has the shape of basic contracts, but functions differently. The Course aims to make the takers aware about the basic right duties and remedies available to the Partners of a partnership firm as such partnerships are becoming very prominent in the growing era of Globalization. The Course also aims to instill such awareness in the takers as to ensure that people under a Partnership are not subjected to frauds breaches and unwanted losses.
Course Conducted by - Asst. Prof. Sushil Goswami, GNLU
Marriages under Hindu Law are considered to be a sacrament. The Indian Society still does not know about the legal rights and duties under a marriage thereby leading to the cases of many broken marriages with little or no remedy to the dependent partner, creating utter injustice. The Course aims to make people aware about their Marital Rights, Duties, Obligations, Termination and the like.
Maximum Intake - 40
In today’s era, where every single information lies on one’s fingertip by virtue of expansive internet, the protection of copyright is both used and misused at a large scale. It has thus become a need of the hour for one to know the basic do’s and don’ts coupled with how’s of the copyright in order to both avoid and invite required legal actions.
A temporary injunction is an order by which a party to an action is required to do, or refrain from doing, a particular thing until the suit is disposed of or until further orders of the court. A temporary injunction is interim in nature, granted on an interlocutory application of the plaintiff.
However, it is not as simple as it seems. On the other hand, being extremely vital for protection of parties, let us learn together about what is it and how is it applied in a practical scenario.
A confession must either admit in terms the offence, or at any rate substantially all the facts which constitute the offence. An admission of a gravely incriminating fact, even a conclusively incriminating fact is not in itself a confession. Understandable? Not as easy as it seems. However, admission and confession making up a very large part of the Indian Evidence Act, it is vital to understand its mechanism and working, along with identifying the underlying differences between the two. We at The LAW Learners strive to make our takers get a clear understanding and idea of How the two concepts run, their applicability, importance and differences while reading the Indian Evidence Act, from the perspective of a Law Student or a member of Legal Fraternity.
Today the UN is the largest, most familiar, most internationally represented and most powerful intergovernmental organization in the world. Its main objective lies in maintaining the International Order along with Harmony and cooperation between the Nations. Headquartered at New York, the United Nation at the onset had 51 member countries which raised to 193 presently. UN being the most important domain of International Law, its study becomes vital for a Law Student. We at The LAW Learners propose this course in order to inculcate a thorough understanding about the principle body of International Law, i.e. UN, its working, functioning and importance.
A draft of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 ("Bill") was introduced before the Lok Sabha on December 11, 2019 which is largely based on the proposed draft of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018. The Bill is broadly based on the principles of the General Data Protection Regulation, and the landmark judgment, Justice K.S. Puttaswamy v Union of India, wherein right to privacy was upheld as a fundamental right under the Indian Constitution.
The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) was an international trade agreement signed by 23 nations, including Canada, in 1947. GATT came into effect on 1 January 1948 and was refined over eight rounds of negotiations, leading to the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), which replaced GATT in 1995. But is it as theoretical as it seems ? No, there had been a host of legal development whirling the transformation. In this era of international cooperation, we at The LAW Learners aim to make our takers aware about the ground level working of the organizations thereby paving multiple future ways in area of International Law.
With the advent of technology, the entertainment industry has grown leaps and bounds engaging diverse aspects and thereby attracting myriad issues. Today, the entertainment industry disseminates content on a wide variety of platforms, which include television, radio, social media, online streaming amongst others. Due to this, the structure and components of Media & Entertainment industry have gone through a tremendous transformation.
With our interdisciplinary research in this growing scenario of Media and Entertainment Law, we, at The LAW Learners aim to discuss various domains of this law in current Indian scenario ranging from Copyright protection, legal implications inter alia.
Corporate governance is the combination of rules, processes or laws by which businesses are operated, regulated or controlled. An example of good corporate governance is a well-defined and enforced structure that works for the benefit of everyone concerned by ensuring that the enterprise adheres to accepted ethical standards.
There are certain principles on which the Corporate Governance run which shall be elaborated in the course, in order to develop a better understanding of the concept, and inculcate a responsible corporate cultural ethics to our takers, strengthening the futuristic CSRs.
Maximum Intake - 40
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Mooting is not just a mock courtroom exercise, but it teaches a law student a lot of aspects of life. We aim to instill mooting skills in law students, considering the importance of the ever growing Mooting culture in law schools.
The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 protects the employment of women during the time of her maternity and entitles her of a ‘maternity benefit’ – i.e. full paid absence from work – to take care for her child.
The Act paves way for a socialistic approach in the working culture, where an employee’s emotional needs are as well catered to in addition to her economic necessities. It is rightly based on Human Rights approach, which is the need of the hour in the evergrowing area of Corporate and Industrial Culture.
We at The LAW Learners bring this Course with a strict approach of enhancing the Human Rights and highlighting the importance of a working mother in addition to her economic value, which shall certainly pave way for the ever increasing bright female law students in addition to bringing insights to every law student irrespective of Gender.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 189 countries, working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world.
The IMF's primary purpose is to ensure the stability of the international monetary system—the system of exchange rates and international payments that enables countries (and their citizens) to transact with each other. IMF being a very important part of the World Economy, it is vital to develop a precise idea of its working.
We at The LAW Learners bring this course with an aim to make the takers aware about the working and functioning of the IMF which is indispensible need of the hour.
Sources of Public International Law include treaties, international customs, general principles of law as recognised by civilized nations, the decisions of national and lower courts, and scholarly writings.
The term “sources of Public International Law” is used to mean two things: first, the actual materials determining the rules applicable to a given international situation (the material sources), and second, the legal methods creating rules of general application (the formal sources).
We at The LAW Learners present this course in order to develop a better understanding with respect to the sources of Public International Law, for it being possessing ample potential for future legal scenario.
Through this Course, we aim to take all the course takers on a practical ride of Registration of various types of Companies like Private Limited, Public Limited, Section 8 Company, One Person Company etc. The Course shall also brief you up on the Drafting of Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association.
A common citizen computes tax proportionate to his/ her income, but in a rather different concept of Advanced Tax, the government already predicts the income of certain professionals etc. and ask them to pay an advanced proportional tax to such assumed income. That is to say, the companies or organizations undergoing such taxation system may either be in profit or loss or no profit no loss. Learning the key to such Taxes, paves an unbridled way for a law student and provides multiple career aspects.
We at The LAW Learners present this course with an idea to understand this shallow discovered area with more inputs and come up with practical applications, benefits and potential criticisms for using this method of Taxation on a large scale, thereby paving huge insights to companies whatsoever.
Oppression and Mismanagement has been provided under Section 241 of the Companies Act 2013. A company can only function in a sustainable manner when the affairs of the company are conducted in a manner which is not prejudicial to its members or directors. Oppression and Mismanagement carries a huge significance because if it lies uncontrolled, the company may either be wound up or the affairs may be governed by the Tribunal.
We at The LAW Learners endeavour to present the concept of oppression and mismanagement in a simple yet lucid manner and make it easier for all the law students to comprehend simply.
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The Motor Vehicles Act was made out in the year 1988. However, the penalties it contained were never enough and thus there was very dull execution of the law. The number of road accidents India faces are a perfect epitome of the same. However, the recent Amendments brought out in 2019 have proved to be a game changer, wherein a lot of penalties have grown anything but tenfold and further.
We at The LAW Learners believe that it is imperative for a law student to successfully comprehend the recent amendments. The recent amendment would make litigation in MV law, a very fruitful and lucrative area.
The Transfer of Property Act, although an age old legislation, however it takes care of all kinds of transfer of properties in India. The first part of the legislation carries a host of general principles which hold good for both, movable as well as immovable properties. The Course shall deal with the provisions of the Transfer of Property Act from Section 1 to Section 53.
Intestate succession remained a matter of concern for a long period of time. There remained a lot of uncertainties surrounding the same. However, finally in 1956 the Parliament took the lead and codified the succession of self acquired property by virtue of the Hindu Succession Act 1956. The act deals with the succession of both male and female property succession.
Ever wondered how a Lok Adalat functions? Lok Adalats decide as many as thousands and lakhs of cases in a single day, which looks unimaginable. The Course details into the functioning of Lok Adalat systems in India. It deals with the mandate, role and functions of the National Legal Services Authority of India. It further focuses on the critical analysis of the permanent Lok Adalats and henceforth deals with the roles and responsibilities of judiciary and government.
The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 authorizes the central government to protect and improve environmental quality, control and reduce pollution from all sources, and prohibit or restrict the setting and /or operation of any industrial facility on environmental grounds. It also takes into account, The Environment (Protection) Rules lay down procedures for setting standards of emission or discharge of environmental pollutants.In today's scenario, when there is a big clas between environment v. development, the concept of sustainable development very well finds its ambit.
We at The LAW Learners, present this course in order to make our takers sensitive about the rising environmental concerns, and that how the race of development must not leave aside the idea of a healthy and informed environment.
Ever heard of an agreement been effectuating between the prosecution and defence? It is even possible and valid in the Indian criminal justice system? What if the culprit agrees to a few lesser offences and accepts his/her guilt for a little lesser punishment? Can this be admissible. The concept of Plea Bargaining in India was introduced in India by way of the 2005 Amendment. The concept has been brought from the American system.