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What is an Allotment of shares in stock market - FindYourAdvocate

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  Allotment of Shares    

West Bengal Judicial Exam Syllabus | FindYourAdvocate

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 Judiciary Exam Syllabus Syllabus The Prelims paper with two hundred marks allocated to it includes questions about the fundamental statutes which are taught in regulation faculties which include the Constitution of India, Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Evidence Act, Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code, Personal regulation, Law of Limitation, English composition, current affairs, reasoning, and general The main exam includes obligatory and optionally available papers out of which commonly eight are compulsory and three are optionally available. Each paper includes a hundred marks. The syllabus which is liable to alterations given below: Compulsory papers English Composition, essay, précis writing; Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali composition, essay, and translation from English into Bengali/Hindi/Urdu /Nepali/Santali; General Knowledge and Current Affairs; Civil procedure Code; Criminal Procedure Code and Indian Penal Code; Indian Evidence Act; Law of Co

Frame a policy for admission in different hospitals – SC to Central Government

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  The Supreme Court has stated that "no patient can be refused hospitalization due to a lack of identity evidence ."

SC extends limitation period to file cases under all laws across the country in view of covid-19

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  The Supreme Court extended the limitation period under Section 138 of the Arbitration Act and Negotiable Instruments Act from March 15 to further orders under                                           The Supreme Court on Wednesday extended the Limitation period for further orders under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act and the Arbitration and Reconciliation Act. Noting that, in light of COVID-19 status, the Supreme Court issued an order on March 23 extending the time limit for filing petitions in courts and tribunals. The Supreme Court's three-judge bench, led by Chief Justice of India (CJI) N V Ramana and including Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian  issued the order. In light of a sudden increase in COVID-19 cases across India, the Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association (SCAORA) urged the top court to suspend the limitation time for filing cases/appeals under all general/special laws.   SCAORA had asked the court to extend its March

Brief Idea of A Legal Notice - FindYourAdvocate

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What is F.I.R | First Information Report | Find Your Advocate

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Punishment against Child Porn video in India | FindYourAdvocate

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  Under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 (POCSO)  

Legal Rights of a Surrogacy Child | FindYourAdvocate

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Paytm and Cred launch initiatives to donate Oxygen

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Paytm, CRED launch initiatives to donate oxygen in India via their Apps-

Madras High Court blames Election Commission for Second wave of Corona Virus. | Find Your Advocate |

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  A bench of Chief Justice, Sanjeev Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamurthy scolded the election Commission.     According to the High Court, Election Commission officials are to blame for the second wave of the Coronavirus. In such a case, why not file a murder charge against Election Commission officials?     Tamil Nadu cabinet’s minister and MLA of AIADMK from Karur, MR Vijay Bhaskar has filed a case in the High Court of Madras, On behalf of Vijay Bhaskar it was said that only 2 counting rooms have been made for the counting of 77 candidates in Karur. No space was given for counting in the corona work.  Also Read -  Sebi’s New Rule to Discourage Spoofing by Traders When the Election Commission’s counsel told the judges that all necessary steps were being taken, the bench said that it had cleared the way for the outbreak of the second wave of Covid-19 by allowing political parties to hold rallies and meetings. The judges verbally warned that they would not hesitate t

Cryptocurrency as a legal property recognized by New Zealand High court

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             Is India accept Cryptocurrency as a legal property like New Zealand did?           By disrup ting the existing financial system a nd threat ening t he superpower ( one of the relatively stable and developed economies ) , New Zealand has intro d uc ed crypto assets in to its financial system. A recent de cisio n by the S tate Council’ s Internal Revenue S er vi c e a nnounc ed that crypto assets will be legal and taxe d b y the government . Bitcoin and cryptocurrenc y contain all th e property n eeded to maintain an asset or property. But they did not call it a cryptocurrency. As a res u l t , New Zealand marked its name as one of the first states t o f orm ally de velop a n ap prop riat e framework for adopting crypto currencies. If multiple con d i tions are met, officials can also receive cryptocurrency as a s alary . An employer who pay s wages . I n cryptocurrenc ies, the y also reserve the right to withhol d income tax in

New SEBI's Rule to Discourage Spoofing by Traders

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Sebi’s New Rule to Discourage Spoofing by Traders In a bid to make the Indian securities  marketplace   freed from  manipulative  buying and selling  and  spurious   motion  in  fees , the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has made  immoderate   adjustments  and cancellations in  inventory   marketplace  orders a punishable  interest . This is  powerful  April  five .   This  is likewise   referred to as  spoofing.  

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