Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Theme of the Act
1996 act, is based on United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Model
Law.(UN commission on international trade law)
Before this, India had the Arbitration (Pro
Case Analysis of Tata
Motors v State of West
A project in Constitutional Law-III
Soubhagya ranjan swain
Registration no: 14B149
Mr Girish R.
Faculty of Constitutional and Administrative Law,
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Whether the trademark and software involved in the contract constitute goods.
It is not in dispute that when a program is created it is necessary to encode it, upload the same
and thereafter unloaded it. Indian law, as noticed by my learned brother, Varia
Whether the second appeal before the High Court is valid
". It is not every question of law that could be permitted to be raised in the second appeal.
The parameters within which a new legal plea could be permitted to be raised, are
specifically stated in
Challenges Facing Legal Education - Some Concerns
Prof. Mrs. Srividhya Jayakumar
In charge Principal, VPMs TMC
Law College, Thane
Bar Council of India1 and the Universities principally regulate formal legal education
endeavoring to produce lawyers in Indi
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A MOCKING BIRD
GUJARAT NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY . GANDHINAGAR
SUBMITTED TO : Pratima Dube
Deputy Dean Academic Affairs & Assistant Professor of English
Q I. Describe the African-American civil rights movemen
Lets understand what a chit fund is:Reffering to the Chit Funds Act, 1982, a chit has been defined as an arrangement under which a person enters
into an agreement with a fixed number of persons that every one of them shall subscribe a certain sum of
Community Organization as a method of correction
Community organization is yet another method of social work which can be very well used in
the prevention of crime and delinquency. Delinquency is too complex a problem and too big a
challenge for community
Inspired by the motivational talk given by his father, Ambedkar decided to fight against caste
discrimination using the weapon of education. Ambedkar got the opportunity to study at the
Elphinstone college. He was a meritorious student and excelled in aca
Residential Status and Tax
Residential Status and Tax Incidence (Sec-6)
Residents(Ordinarily and Not-ordinarily) and Non-Residents
Law of Taxation I
1. CIT v. Andhra Chamber of Commerce | Supreme Court
SC interpreted the term general public utility under the definition of charitable
purpose in S. 2(15). It is not necessary that the benefit must include all
Module: VII.2. 6
Industrial relations constitute one of the
most delicate and complex problems of the
modern industrial society.
This phenomenon of a new complex
industrial set-up is directly attributable to
the emergence of Industrial Revolution.
Trade Unionism is an outcome of the factory system.
Based on labour philosophy-united we stand, divided we fall.
Industrial Revolution changed the traditional outlook in the labour
Definition of Strike-Section 2(q)
Strike means a cessation of work by a body of
persons employed in any industry acting in
a concerted refusal, or
a refusal, under a common understanding of any
number of persons
who are or have been so emp
Objectives of this Module
The Constitution of India has conferred
innumerable rights for the protection of
labour. In this module lets see in brief
what are all the rights conferred and
what are the mechani
Definition of Workman under Section 2 (s)
Definition falls in three parts.
First Part Determines what workman means.
Statutory Meaning of a workman.
Determines a workman by reference to a person (including an
apprentice) employed in an industry, to do
Unfair Labour Practices
Section 2(r a) Unfair labour practice means
any of the practices specified in the Fifth
(Ins. By Act 46 of 1942 (w.e.f. 21-8-1984)
On the part of employers and trade unions of
1. To interfere with, restrain f
Prior to the year 1947, industrial disputes were being
settled under the provisions of the Trade Disputes Act,
Experience of the working of the 1929 Act revealed
various defects which needed to be overcome by a fresh
Manual Published by the International Labour Office, 1960
defines collective bargaining as:
about working conditions and terms of employment
a group of employers or
one or more empl
Conciliation is the persuasive process of
settling industrial disputes.
The interference of the third party persuades
disputants to come to an equitable
adjustment of claims.
The third party himself is not the decision
The theory of games is a study of rational
decision-making when each player knows that
the other players will react to its moves, and
takes account of their expected reactions
when making moves.
For example, firm A asks, 'Shall I raise or
lower my price
Economics of the Family
Law: Marriage and Divorce
Family Law Now
In recent decades family law around the world has
been transformed. In a sweeping wave of reform,
all Western nations and a great number of other
countries have enacted new family laws that
The market system reaches its desirable outcomes
only under certain conditions.
Prerequisites for efficient functioning of markets:
No transaction costs
Efficiency and Equity
A rationing system to deal with the
Because economic resources are relatively scarce
(resources are limited, wants are unlimited) a
society cant have everything they want. There must
be a system that rations both res
Liability System as an
We investigate how the two terms of Retribution and Deterrence a
little bit more closely to see how these two concepts can connect the
realm of economic exchange to the realm of liability.
UNCERTAINTY: RISK AND
Law and Risk
Contracts manage risks of nonperformance.
Regulations manage perceived risks to the
health and safety of citizens.
Sentencing principles aim to manage the
risks of violence.
Law is ofte
Price Change: Income and
THE IMPACT OF A PRICE
Economists often separate the
impact of a price change into two
the substitution effect; and
the income effect.
THE IMPACT OF A PRICE
The substitution effect i
The concept of economic rationality has a
specific but simple meaning in economics.
It means that people prefer more to less
and maximise net benefits, whether utility,
wealth, or profits, as perceived by them.
This theory of ratio