Saikat Mukherjee

Saikat Mukherjee

Member since: January 23, 2022
Total live articles: 15

Mr. Saikat Mukherjee is a 3rd year BA LLB student at Symbiosis Law School Nagpur who takes keen interest in the field of litigation and dispute resolution with special focus on insolvency law, arbitration and general commercial law.

Recent Articles by Saikat Mukherjee

The Command of the Sovereign: Relevance of Austin's theory of law in the Indi...

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Jurisprudence, per se can be said to be the theoretical study of law. It is a subject so wide that over the centuries it has attracted thousands of scholars who have attributed various schools ...

The theory of Volksgeist: Applicability in the Contemporary Times

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In order to be in a position to appreciate the concept of Volksgeist and understand it's true essence, it is imperative for us to first take a look at the Historical School of jurisprudence whi...

Stages of a Crime: The D.B. Cooper Hijack of 1971

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Facts of the Case On the 24th of November 1971, a nondescript man by the name of D.B. Cooper[i] bought one-way tickets on a Northwest Orient Airlines flight from Portland, Oregon to Seattle, ...

Uniform Civil Code: A Dream Too Far?

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I-N-D-I-A: a land of 1.38 billion people, 1652 languages, 1208 castes, 29 States, 7 Union Territories and 6 major identifiable religions, stands out as one of the (if not the most) diverse nati...

The Rule of Caveat Emptor: Meaning and Exception

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The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 gives us the explicit use of the term Caveat Emptor. The literal translation of it would be let the buyer beware. In simple words, what this rule states that in an...

Dishonor Of Cheque And Its Repercussions: A Study Of Section 138 Of Negotiabl...

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A cheque is a form of negotiable instrument used very commonly by people nowadays. It is nothing but a bill of exchange drawn upon a specific bank. A cheque includes a total of 3 parties nam...

Contract of Indemnity: The narrower Indian law vis-a-vis the wider English law

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Definition of the Contract of Indemnity as found in the English Law can be understood from the landmark case of Adamson v Jarvis [i] The plaintiff in this case was an auctioneer. On the instru...

Wrongful restraint of a man's liberty: Meaning, Defense and Remedy

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Wrongfully restraining a man’s liberty is actionable in the law of torts, under the heading Trespass to Person or more specifically, under the heading false imprisonment. Let us first take a l...

Protection Against Self-Incrimination: A Judicial Perspective

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Article 20 of the Constitution of India is divided into 3 clauses. The 3 clauses individually deal with ex post facto laws, double jeopardy and the rights of an accused against self-incriminati...

State under Article 12: A Judicial Evolution

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Article 12 of the Constitution of India deals with the term State and the necessary institutions that would fall under the ambit of the word State. Before we critically analyze this definition ...

Excess Administration: Where do the power of authorities end?

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Ever since the advent of time and the modification to the definition and purpose of the term state, the role of the administration viz-a-viz the government has increased to a large extent. The ...

Custodial Death And Violence On The Touchstone Of Rule Of Law

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Life and Liberty are often considered to be very ambiguous terms. On the political spectrum, various political luminaries, place a person's right to life and liberty, wherever they want, as per...

Transparency Law: Right to Information Act (India) vis-a-vis Freedom of Infor...

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Information is referred to as that stimuli that attributes some sort of a meaning in some context to its receiver[i]. This same information when stored in a computer or a laptop or any other st...

Corporate Laws in India, Germany and Canada: A Comparative Study

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The Indian Corporate Scene has been ever evolving. Business in India has been ever accepting the idea of totality and has been trying to lay more and more emphasis on the welfare of all the sta...

Cross border insolvency: India and beyond

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Insolvency proceedings in India are governed by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. Having come into force in the year 2016, the bill seeks to regulate and streamline the insolvency proceedings...

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The Command of the Sovereign: Relevance ...

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Jurisprudence, per se can be said to be the theoretical study of law. It is a subject so wide t...

The theory of Volksgeist: Applicability ...

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In order to be in a position to appreciate the concept of Volksgeist and understand it's true e...

The Rule of Caveat Emptor: Meaning and E...

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The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 gives us the explicit use of the term Caveat Emptor. The literal tr...

Contract of Indemnity: The narrower Indi...

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Definition of the Contract of Indemnity as found in the English Law can be understood from the ...

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