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Electoral Bonds case: An Analysis of its contributions to the Test of Arbitrariness

Abstract The arbitrariness test and its application have been a continuously evolving area of jurisprudence with each case contributing differently to the idea. The judgements between the Mcdowell case to before the Shayara Bano case have been different from each other. None of the judgements have relied much on the previous judgements. Furthermore, there have […]

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A Constitutional Conundrum: Assessing The Legality Of Electoral Bonds As Money Bills

Introduction In Association of Democratic Reforms v. Union of India, the Supreme Court dealt a significant blow to the Electoral Bond Scheme, declaring it unconstitutional on the grounds of violating the fundamental right to information enshrined in Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution. However, it notably refrained from delving into the procedural challenge to its enactment-

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A JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF THE PLEA FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY

Introduction Against the backdrop of the LGBTQ movement, two same-sex couples filed a writ petition (hereinafter ‘Supriyo’) at the Supreme Court seeking legal recognition for same-sex marriages in India, also questioning primarily various provisions of the Special Marriage Act, 1954 (hereinafter ‘SMA’) and the Juvenile Justice Act challenging traditional norms and paving the way for

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Secured Creditor v. Government Dues: Unravelling the Judicial Stance in India

In this post, the author discusses the judicial stance in India regarding the priority of secured creditors’ claims versus government dues in the context of insolvency and bankruptcy cases. In doing so, the author also aims to highlight the importance of the IBC in resolving corporate insolvency issues and ensuring a fair and transparent distribution of assets among stakeholders.

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Intersectionality in Gender-Based Violence: The Supreme Court of India Breaks New Ground

In this article, the authors have analyzed the Supreme Court’s recent reference to intersectionality in the case of Patan Jamal Vali v. State of Andhra Pradesh, by exploring the background and history of the term as well as the domestic jurisprudence and evolution of the concept in India.

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Triloki Nath Singh v. Anirudh Singh: Does the bar under Order XXIII Rule 3A extend to a person who is not made a party to the suit?

In this post, the authors analyse the recent decision of the Supreme Court in Triloki Nath Singh v. Anirudh Singh and argue that the Court erred in its findings by deviating from accepted legal principles regarding representative suits and compromise decree.

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