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January 6, 2023 | DIGIEDIA

Rajesh Kshetry’s Winning Case: Nepal Chandra Ghosh & Ors Vs The State of West Bengal

The British government passed Regulation I of the Land Acquisition Act for the first time in 1824. It applied to all of the Bengal provinces that were immediately under the Fort William Presidency. The regulations gave the government the authority to purchase immovable property for the building of roads, canals, or other public purposes at […]

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December 22, 2022 | DIGIEDIA

Arbitration and Doctrine of Separability | Best Legal Advisor in Kolkata

The term “separability” refers to the capacity to become or cause separation. Separability is a legal principle that permits an arbitration provision or other agreement to be taken into consideration independently of the underlying contract in which it is contained. An argument that a contract’s arbitration clause must be terminated because the agreement is void […]

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December 13, 2022 | DIGIEDIA

Legal Due Diligence in the context of M&A | Best Finance Lawyer in Kolkata

The buyer performs legal due diligence on the targeted firm as part of the due-diligence procedure during a merger or acquisition. Prior to a merger or acquisition, it entails studying and comprehending the legal risk connected with the target organization. An M&A deal might succeed or fail based on due diligence, particularly legal due diligence. […]

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December 9, 2022 | DIGIEDIA

All about Men’s rights | protection of women from domestic violence act | Concubine Law – Advocate Rajesh Kshetry

False accusations of domestic abuse can have an impact on every aspect of an individual’s life. As you may already be aware, being falsely accused of domestic abuse drastically alters your life in a variety of negative ways. A domestic violence defendant may witness their job stability deteriorate and dearly held relationships disappear at any […]

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December 7, 2022 | DIGIEDIA

All about Rash Driving law | Advocate Rajesh Kshetry

Rash driving or riding on a public road and causing death by negligence are both crime according to the Indian Penal Code, 1860. Section 279 of the Indian Penal Code defines Rash Driving Law or riding, while Section 304A defines negligently causing death (IPC). The “reckless driving” crime is among the most frequently misconstrued traffic infractions. […]

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