Month: December 2020

Case Analysis of Danial Latifi v. Union of India

In the judgement of Danial Latifi v. Union of India, the right of a woman to maintenance was upheld for a lifetime or until she remarried. In the landmark case of Mohd. Ahmed Khan v. Shah Bano Begum & ors.[1], Shah Bano was represented by Danial Latifi, who went on to file a writ petition in the apex court challenging the constitutional validity of the act which overturned the verdict of the case.


Central vista project is quite a fancy name, one has a lot to know about this project. At a time where big and powerful countries have their primary focus on economy restoration to at least reach the pre pandemic levels, it is seen that India is taking a bit of a different approach.

Interview of Sriram Srinivasan, Stagaire (international arbitration) at Winston & Strawn LLP, Paris

Mr. Sriram Srinivasan, an alumnus of RGNUL, Punjab, did his LLM from Sciences PO(Transnational Arbitration and Dispute Settlement) Paris, France. He is currently working as Stagaire (international arbitration) at the prestigious Winston and Strawn LLP, Paris. Apart from having immense experience in the field of arbitration and he has also worked as a junior associate under the Honorable Additional Solicitor General of India MR. Atmaram NS Nadkarni.

Employment Contract – Validity of Employment Bond

A good quality employment contract is valuable to both the employee and the employer. It spells out the privileges and obligations of each party, protects the job security of the employee and protects the employer from certain risks such as the discharge of confidential employer information after the period of employment ends.

NRI’s Power of Attorney to sell property in India

There might be numerous occasions in an individual’s life wherein he may be required to manage assets, properties, financial balances, and so forth, however,under certain circumstances, he may not be in the right condition to fittingly execute his/her obligations because of unanticipated conditions like being sick, being abroad (in the event of an NRI) or the individual is too old to perform his obligations

Police Clearance Certificate

A Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) is an official record given to a person by the Indian Police or an approved Indian Government official. It recognizes any criminal records that an individual may have against their name and, gives a clearance certificate if such records are clear which, might be needed for Indian or foreign nationals who are residing or have resided in India. An Indian PCC does not have the time of legitimacy supported on the declaration. For the most part, it is legitimate for a half year. It should further be noted that a PCC is given uniquely to people who are more than 18 years of age.

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