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Salomon V. Saloman & Co. Ltd. (1897), A.C. 22

This case established the existence of the “veil of corporate personality” through which the identity of the members cannot be perceived, henceforth becoming one of the landmark cases of corporate law around the globe. Facts In this case, Mr. Salomon, who carried on a prosperous

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With honest purpose

I joined some groups on the yahoo network and was pleasantly surprised to see the amount of knowledge, know-how and wisdom that is being posted and shared by members; with only one reservation. Perhaps the information being made available is or may not be of

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Cyber Crime Against Children- A New Threat To The Society

ABSTRACT Cyber crime is the newest and the most complicated problem in the cyber world. Cyber crime is basically an illegal act in which computer is either tool or target. After the development of internet, anybody can have easy access of data and information from

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Man Is Born Free, But Everywhere He Is In Chains

When the French Philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau used these dramatic opening lines in his treatise “The Social Contract”, what he really meant was that man leads a truly free and unrestricted life till he enters society. He meant to say that man was born inherently

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Conjunctivitis

This is right up an advocate’s alley. Brushing shoulders with every Tom, Dick and Harry of this world in congested and crowded courts and handling papers that have been through many hands is a good and certain recipe for picking up an allergic illness. One

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Environment Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2015 – An Analysis

Draft Environment Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2015 was published by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) on 7th October 2015. The Ministry has proposed the amendment to the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and National Green Tribunal Act, 2010. The proposed amendments are being

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Hylton -Vs-United States 3 Dall. 171(1796)

This is an important case in the history of United States, dealing with the interpretation of two constitutional provisions. Article 1, section 9 states that “no Capitation, or other direct taxes shall be laid, unless, in proportion to the Census.” Article 1, section 2 provides