LAW RESOURCE INDIA

Legal Information Institute of India

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The Legal Information Institute of India (LII of India) www.liiofindia.org is an international standard, free-access and non-profit, comprehensive online ollection of Indian legal information. The prototype is open for public use on 25 November 2010. It will be formally launched in India in February/March 2011.

Partners: Four leading Indian Law Schools are the initial Indian project partners: three National Law Schools (NALSAR University of Law, hyderabad; National Law School of India University, Bangalore; and National Law University, Delhi), plus Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology – Kharagpur. The technical hub of the project will be at NALSAR.

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  1. NPS Rawat said, on July 15, 2011 at 12:55

    This blog contains all legal front data in a beautiful manner, thanks for your efforts for making it so. I am not a LAW professional but still request you to please provide atleast one case study on ROPD, where apexcourt have given it’s verdict in the favour of a person who availd his right of private defence. I need one of such case for self awareness. Thanks.

    NPS Rawat- 09998214968

  2. Vinod Kumar Sethi said, on November 8, 2011 at 21:47

    Can a terminated employee later on reinstated on Mercy Ground with Heavy Penality imposed by Depatment be deputed/appointed as Presenting Officer by Disciplinary Authority. Although such appointment
    is entrusted to a tainted employee which is against natural law.Moreover such person is having all legal
    knowledge without any Legal Qualification / Degree.

  3. venkat said, on January 13, 2014 at 17:00

    father has life interest and his minor daughter has full rights in a immovable property as per a settlement deed. whether father can relinquish his life interest and may ask permission before court to sale of his minor property without executing relinquish deed?


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