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Analyzing Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), 1999

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The Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) was enacted by the Indian Parliament on December 29, 1999, to align with the frameworks of the World Trade Organization (WTO). It governs foreign exch...

Bilkis Bano Case: A Journey Through Injustice and Resilience

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The Bilkis Bano case is one of the shockingly evil acts that happened in the Gujarat riots in 2002. As we see in India the most common crime which is suffered by women is rape. And the judicial...

Hart's Theory of Jurisprudence

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Herbert Lionel Adolphus Hart (1907-1992) was a distinguished legal philosopher whose groundbreaking work, 'The Concept of Law' (1961), revolutionized jurisprudence. Hart's theory of jurispruden...

Austin's Theory of Jurisprudence

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Austin's Theory of Jurisprudence, a foundational work in the field of jurisprudence formulated by John Austin, a renowned British legal philosopher in the 19th century, is widely recognized as ...

The Impact of Hong Kong's National Security Law: A Two-Sided Story

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The year 2020 saw Hong Kong's political and social scene permanently altered with the introduction of China's National Security Law (NSL). This particular law was a direct reply to the pro-demo...

Rule of Law: A Critical Evaluation

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The rule of law, a cornerstone principle of democracy, dictates that all individuals and institutions, including the state, regardless of their power or status, are bound by and accountable to ...

Analyzing the Independence of the Bangladesh Judiciary

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The independence of the judiciary serves as a fundamental pillar of democratic governance, enabling it to serve as a watchdog over the executive and legislative branches. This principle is embe...

Procedural Law and Substantive Law: Analyzing Differences

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Procedural Law:The legal framework concerning litigation practices adopted formal procedures over time which resulted in the use of procedural law today to facilitate fair and expedient legal p...

Judicial Evolution of Law

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The law is constantly evolving, shaped by the interplay of legal principles, societal values, and judicial interpretations. This essay will examine the key drivers of this evolution, including ...

When Power Meets Rights: Shankari Prasad v/s Union Of India Case and the Evol...

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The Doctrine of Basic Structure evolved through series of verdicts in India, one such case was of Shankari Prasad Vs. Union of India. This case was result of the ongoing struggles between the j...