Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi Lokpal judicial member chairperson law commission
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Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi was functioning as the Chairperson of Law Commission of India and resigned from this post on 26-03-2024 after a tenure of 17 months.

Epidemic Diseases Act
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Law Commission expressed that “Given the shifting social patterns and growing population, the management, control and prevention of epidemic diseases cannot be restricted to a century old law.”

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar NLU
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About the Organizers The Law Commission of India, in conjunction with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) Government of India

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On 14-6-2023, the 22nd Law Commission of India decided to solicit views and ideas of the public and recognized religious organizations about

solving a paradox
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by Shubham Priyadarshi†

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Law on adverse possession in its current form ensures that there is always an owner to contentious land. This is precisely the reason why the law validates the claim of adverse possession made by the squatter only when the owner can be shown to have lost effective authority.

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by Mohammad Atik Saiyed† and Shukla Pooja Sunilkumar††

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by Mikhail Behl†

Madras High Court
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Madras High Court: In a writ petition filed for issuance of writ of mandamus directing the respondents to give the equal status

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The Law Commission of India’s (hereinafter ‘Commission’) 275th report, titled ‘Legal Framework: BCCI vis-à-vis Right to Information Act, 2005’, was recently submitted

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Supreme Court: In the matter where it was brought to the Court’s notice that an advocate had demanded 16% of the amount

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The Department of Legal Affairs forwarded a request received from the Legislative Department, asking the Law Commission to examine and submit a

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Supreme Court: In the case where death penalty was sought for a man who allegedly set his 7-month pregnant wife on fire