Decriminalization Consequences | DMA Advocates

Decriminalization Consequences

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Negotiable Instruments were devised even before the enactment of the law, by the mercantile community as a safe and dependable method of discharging pecuniary liabilities and as a substitute for cash payment which would involve an element of risk due to either the magnitude of amounts ought to be paid or geographical distance between the payer and the payee.  Section …

Suspension of IBC: It's an insane answer for ease money related pressure

Suspension of IBC: It’s an insane answer for easy money related pressure

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Incompatibility of the goal of forestalling expanded number of defaults by different undertakings amid monetary pain looked by the organizations because of the Corona pandemic, the Legislature of India on 22nd April 2020 proposed to present Section 10 A under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, to suspend Section 7, Section 9 and Section 10 of the Code, 2016 dealing with …

Enforcement and Execution of Foreign arbitral awards in India

Enforcement and Execution of Foreign arbitral awards in India

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The arbitral award means the decision of an arbitral tribunal, whether in domestic or international arbitration. The arbitral award also includes an interim award.  India is a party to the UN Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards 1958 (New York Convention) and the Geneva Protocol on arbitration clauses of 1923, and the Geneva Convention regarding the …

Digitization of Legal Fraternity in India post COVID-19

Digitization of Legal Fraternity in India post COVID-19

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“Digitization” has become the main impetus for each industry over the world. Globally, the focus is on improving the customer experience and leveraging data for better decision making. This revolution is underway in India as well, where creating a “Digital India” has become a national priority. In such a situation, when individuals can’t go out to work, digitalization is playing …

Is the ban on Chinese apps violative of WTO Rules - DMA Advocates

Is the ban on Chinese apps violative of WTO Rules?

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On 29th June 2020, the Government of India has banned 59 Chinese apps, including WeChat, Cam Scanner, TikTok, and UC Browser, which are highly popular and have enjoyed India’s dominance over some time. “China is strongly concerned, verifying the situation,” said the Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Zhao Lijian. The ban has come in the backdrop of current stand-off along the …