The Ministry of Home Affairs, by an order of October 2020, introduced amendments to fourteen laws of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir and repealed twelve others. Critical changes were made to significant state laws that govern the sale, ownership and purchase of land in the former state. These are the J&K Land Revenue… Continue reading What Changes have been made to Land Laws in Jammu and Kashmir?
Days after the Uttarakhand High Court stayed the Char Dham yatra and demanded that the rituals be streamed live, the court in July 2021 took exception to the submission by the advocate general (AG) that the shastras could do not allow the live streaming of the rituals. The court observed that India is a democratic… Continue reading India Ruled by Law not by Shastras
The Domestic Abuse Act, which will be executed not long from now, acquires significant changes, many of which have been received positively by the sector. These progressions will prompt critical turns of events, empowering front-line experts to bring issues to light and secure protection for survivors of domestic abuse. Importantly, the act provides a definition… Continue reading Domestic Abuse Act
As the Biden organization keeps on advancing its framework plan, one issue stands to raise procurement expenses and lead to disillusioning results: the Buy America provisions. The first Depression-period law (Buy American) requires government financed agreements to just utilize homegrown materials; and a Reagan-time augmentation (Buy America), which targets public transportation and moving stock explicitly,… Continue reading Why Buy America Is Bad Law?
If one takes a look at the provisions of land law in Indonesia, there is a provision on the right to get the first priority or take precedence dependent on the order of the recipient of the land rights. That right is referred to as a priority right. Provisions on Priority Rights can be found… Continue reading Priority Rights in Land Law in Indonesia