#Singh's Law Office

    Delhi High Court Upholds Dissolution Of Marriage, Says....

    Delhi High Court Upholds Dissolution Of Marriage, Says....

    Posted on 17 February, 2023 by Irika

    "We are also certain that the evidence of cruelty is adequate to meet the requirements of Section 13(1)(i-a) of the Hindu Marriage Act and that it meets that standard. As a result, we don't see any flaws in the decision granting the petition and the divorce on the grounds of cruelty. We therefore conclude that the appeal has no merit. Because of this, the appeal is denied, a bench of Justices Sanjeev Sachdeva and Vikas Mahajan declared.   Every person is entitled to live...
    The Anti-Defection Act, 1985

    The Anti-Defection Act, 1985

    Posted on 9 July, 2023 by Shaurya Singh

        Introduction During my internship at Singh's Law Office under the guidance of Adv. V K Singh and Adv. Amogh Mund, I learned that an essential law for the Indian political system is the Anti-Defection Act, of 1985. It aims to stop the rapidly expanding tendency of political defections by banning elected members of legislative bodies from joining other groups or parties, protecting the integrity of the Indian people and their representatives. This Act was a response to the...
    Contempt of Court in Civil Matters: Upholding Justice and Respecting the Rule of Law

    Contempt of Court in Civil Matters: Upholding Justice and Respecting the Rule of Law

    Posted on 26 July, 2023 by Shaurya Singh

    Introduction The principle of contempt of court is an integral part of any legal system, serving as a safeguard to protect the administration of justice and the dignity of the courts. While commonly associated with criminal proceedings, contempt of court is equally relevant in civil matters. This blog explores the concept of contempt of court in civil cases, its significance in upholding justice, and the responsibilities of all stakeholders involved in maintaining the rule of...
    ICC Arbitral Award set aside by Delhi High Court, Upheld

    ICC Arbitral Award set aside by Delhi High Court, Upheld

    Posted on 18 March, 2023 by Adv Amogh

    Abstract : A division bench of the Delhi High Court on Friday upheld a single-judge order setting aside the arbitral award which had directed Antrix Corporation Limited (commercial arm of ISRO) to pay damages of over US$ 560 million along with interest to Devas Multimedia Private Limited. In its judgement, the division bench said that the act of fraud is an anathema to all equitable principles and every transaction tainted with fraud must be viewed with disdain by courts. "In the...
    Artificial intelligence and Indian legal industry

    Artificial intelligence and Indian legal industry

    Posted on 18 March, 2023 by Adv Janmejay Pratap Singh

    Abstract : Artificial intelligence (AI) is a developed technology that has grown around the world and gives people better and more efficient ways to supply across many industries. By giving the machine the ability to think for itself, AI intends to give the equipment a method to emulate human nature in areas like problem-solving and critical reasoning. In this study, we first took a broad overview of artificial intelligence and then discussed the current state...
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