GAMING OR GAMBLING – Indian legal position

Contemporary Developments This is a part of 3 part post on gaming laws by our intern who is passionate about this topic. This is part 2 of a 3 part series. Part 1 of 3 North Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh is also planning to introduce a law on online gaming and the draft bill for... Continue Reading →

GAMING OR GAMBLING – Indian legal position

Part 1 of 3 This 3 part post has been prepared by a passionate legal student who joined us earlier this year as an intern. The object of the post is to consolidate and provide an overview of gaming laws and position of state v. judiciary in light of several recent developments combined with development... Continue Reading →

E – COMMERCE SECTOR IN INDIA – AN OVERVIEW OF LEGAL FRAMEWORK

E-commerce is an online based business model which have been set up for providing the consumers an online market portal used by people for buying and selling the products and the services. The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 defines, the term as, “buying or selling of goods or services including digital products over digital or electronic... Continue Reading →

Non-Fungible Tokens — Laws And Regulations In India

India: Non-Fungible Tokens — Laws And Regulations In India First posted on Monday on 27th October 2021 by Nitin Jain and Malvika Singh Introduction Non-Fungible Tokens or NFT's are a part of the multi-billion-dollar industry that seems to be growing steadily. NFT's have been around in the market for a few years now but have been introduced into the... Continue Reading →

Sub-contracting and Assignment : Resolving the Legal Conundrum

The performance of a contract may require third party involvement towards the fulfilment of obligations under a contract. In certain specific circumstances, the contracting parties may decide to “sub-contract” or “assign” their rights and obligations to a third party depending upon the nature of the contract.  In common parlance, sub-contracting and assignment are used interchangeably,... Continue Reading →

Inadequate or Unstamped Contracts — Long Term Impact on Disputes

The issue pertaining to dispute resolution in case of unstamped or inadequately stamped instruments is an oft — debated question, subject to judicial review since decades. This post presents the transition in the thought process of courts considering the pre – 2021 position and the present view on the issue as it stands today. 

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