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Sarkar’s Civil Court Practice & Procedure Manual

Sarkar’s Civil Court Practice & Procedure Manual

A handy Reference for lawyers practicing on the civil side, this title consists of three parts: Part I of the book traces the entire life cycle of a civil suit from the stage of institution to its conclusion. Part II discusses important allied Acts such as the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, the Legal Services Authorities Act, and the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act. Part III contains annotated text of the Code of Civil Procedure for ready reference. All important developments, as well as legislative developments have been covered. This Work is an essential Reference for Judges, Lawyers, Administrators, Academicians and Research Scholars.

India’s Constitution – Origins and Evolution - Vol. 9

India’s Constitution – Origins and Evolution - Vol. 9

Samaraditya Pal’s India’s Constitution - Origins and Evolution traces the evolution of each provision of the Constitution of India, in the light of the Constituent Assembly Debates, Lok Sabha Debates on Amendments and significant Supreme Court judgements. This book presents each Article in a Comparative perspective between the vision of the drafters of the Constitution and most relevant interpretation by the Supreme Court.
Coverage of Volume 9: This volume Covers Articles 268 to 351 dealing with Finance, Property, Contracts and Suits; Trade, Commerce and Intercourse within the territory of India; Tribunals; Elections; and provisions on Official language.
The book is indispensable for Law practitioners, Judges – Supreme Court, High Courts and Trial Courts, National and State Judicial Academies, Court and Parliament Libraries, Law Firms and Academicians and Research Scholars.

Rs. 1995.0

Ratanlal & Dhirajlal’s The Law of Torts

Ratanlal & Dhirajlal’s The Law of Torts

Key Features:
• Ratanlal and Dhirajlal The Law of Torts is one of the most authoritative commentaries on the Law of Torts under the renowned Ratanlal and Dhirajlal Series.
• Currently in its 121st year of publication, this book has been relied on and referenced repeatedly since its inception and has also been cited by the Supreme Court in the landmark Jacob Mathew case and by other High Courts across India.
• The commentary captures, discusses and analyses the evolution of fundamental principles of occupier’s liability, polluter’s strict liability, duty of care in landmark Supreme Court decisions including: Limestone quarrying in Doon valley, Oleum Gas Leak, Bhopal Gas Leak, Uphaar Cinema and Jacob Mathew.
• This book examines the legislative provisions dealing with tortious liability under the Environment Protection Act, Consumer Protection Act and Motor Vehicles Act
• Judicial developments in India as well as foreign jurisdictions including the United Kingdom have been incorporated
• An additional value add to this Work is a concise yet comprehensive summary, at the end of the commentary, on the Law consisting of important case Law references.

Rs. 2262.0

Venkateswaran on Trade Marks & Passing Off (Set of 2 Volumes)

Venkateswaran on Trade Marks & Passing Off (Set of 2 Volumes)

This is a section wise commentary on the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the Geographical Indications of Goods Act, 1999. The narrative is arranged under 2 volumes consisting of a comprehensive list of appendices
Key Features:
• Venkateswaran on Trade Marks and Passing-off is an advanced section-wise commentary on the current legislation on the Law of Trade Marks, Passing Off and Geographical Indications.
• It comprehensively compiles related Reference study material in the form of appendices, which includes:
- Bare provisions of rules and guidelines
- Relevant Notifications
- Relevant provisions under other statutes
- International material and agreements
- International Classification of Goods and Services for the Purposes of Registration of Marks (NICE Classification)
- Madrid international registration material
- Geographical Indications Act, Rules and Guidelines
• This authoritative work, first published in 1936, has been cited in a number of cases by the Bombay High Court.
• There has also been a spurt in litigation relating to trademark infringement – this book comprehensively incorporates up-to-date Indian and foreign case Law and all landmark judgments reported in premier Law Journals such as RPC-Oxford and PTC.
• This commentary is an essential guide for litigators, trademark agent and Judges, on the latest position of Law on Trade Marks and Geographical Indications in India, UK and Europe.

Rs. 4765.0

Ratanlal & Dhirajlal’s - The Indian Penal Code (Set of 2 Volumes)

Ratanlal & Dhirajlal’s - The Indian Penal Code (Set of 2 Volumes)

This classic, first published in 1896, is a comprehensive section-wise commentary on the Indian Penal Code. This edition has been extensively revised, incorporating latest legislative changes up to the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018, as well as important judgments of the Supreme Court and High Courts. This book is an indispensable Reference for judges, lawyers, Research scholars, students, judicial and police training academies (national and state), police departments, CBI officials, researchers, presiding officers in courts, investigators, administrators, draftsmen, legislators and social scientists.

Rs. 3165.0

Introduction to the Constitution of India

Introduction to the Constitution of India

D D Basu Introduction to the Constitution of India is a pioneering work, catering to the needs of anyone who wants to study the origin and development of the Constitution of India. It meets the requirements of universities for the LL.B., LL.M., B.A. and M.A. (Political Science) courses as well as competitive examinations held by the Union and State Public Service Commissions. Recent amendments to the Constitution up to the 102nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 2018 and notable judgements of the Supreme Court and High Courts have been incorporated.
Key Features:
• The book offers a systematic exposition of the Constitutional document arranged under logical chapters and headings.
• It traces the constitutional History of India since the Government of India Act, 1935; analyses the provisions of the present Constitution; and explains the interrelation between its diverse contents.
• Gives an account of the working of each of the provisions of the Constitution during its first decade, with Reference to statutes and decisions wherever necessary, together with a critical estimate of its trends
• Analytical table of contents, marginal notes, index, and Reference Tables further aid understanding
• Serves as an introductory study on the Constitution for General readers, politicians journalists, statesmen and administrative authorities, as well as students and Public Service Commission and other competitive examinations aspirants

The Transfer of Property Act

The Transfer of Property Act

Mulla The Transfer of Property Act is a section-wise commentary on the Transfer of Property Act, 1882. An 85-year-old title, it still retains its original style and authenticity while making revisions in the substantive content, and also additions and deletions wherever required. It is part of the prestigious LexisNexis ‘Mulla’ set.

It also contains appendices that include select allied legislations such as The Registration and other Related Laws (Amendment) Act, 2001; and The Transfer of Property (Amendment) Act, 2002.
Key Features:
• Mulla The Transfer of Property Act is a Section-wise Commentary on the Transfer of Property Act, 1882. It explains complex legal concepts with clarity and coherence.
• It also contains appendices that include select allied legislations such as The Registration and other Related Laws (Amendment) Act, 2001 and The Transfer of Property (Amendment) Act, 2002.
• One of the USPs of this book is a detailed glossary of non-English terms with case Law references providing a holistic view on the subject to its readers.
• This book has been relied on and referenced repeatedly since its inception and has been cited by various High Courts across India.
• It examines relevant case Law from various Courts in India as well as other jurisdictions, primarily the commonwealth countries.
• The new edition has been meticulously updated and incorporates all significant judicial developments since its last edition in 2015.
• The book is a must have for practicing civil lawyers, judges and Law firms dealing with property law/ Real Estate matters; legal advisors, standing counsel for banks, Real Estate developers/builders; Libraries of Law colleges, Research institutions, court libraries, judicial academies – at state and central levels as well as Law students.

Rs. 2564.0

Goods and Services Tax – Law, Practice and Procedures

Goods and Services Tax – Law, Practice and Procedures

Goods and Services Tax – Law, Practice and Procedures, Third Edition is a continuation of two editions – GST Concepts and Roadmap and Master Guide to Goods and Services Tax. This edition has been thoroughly revised and updated in accordance with the provisions of the CGST/IGST/UTGST and GST (Compensation to States) Acts implemented from 1 July, 2017 and Covers Notifications, Rules issued thereafter up to 31 August, 2017. It comprehensively analyses the provisions of Indian GST Legislations as applicable from 1 July 2017. This book is a must read for every Tax Professional, Tax Lawyer and Tax Administrator.

Salient Features:-
• Elucidates the Basic concept of GST in a simplified and lucid manner
• Deeply analyses the provisions of CGST/IGST/UTGST and GST (Compensation to States) Acts, 2017
• Significantly Covers the concept of Supply (Triggers Levy), Time of Supply (Point of Taxation), Place of Supply (Place of Consumption)
• Discusses Composition provisions, Valuation principles in line with the latest provisions and Rules
• Appropriate Guidance on Anti-Profiteering measures as provided in Section 171 of the CGST Act, 2017
• Discusses the procedures of GST like Registration, Return, Payment, Invoice and Refund in line with Rules
• Summarises the flow of seamless Input Tax Credit in line with Input Tax Credit provisions and the Rules
• Separate chapter on Transition provisions covering the relevant provisions and Rules for smooth transition
• 650 FAQs and 74 Illustrations are added at the end of relevant chapters providing practical guidance on the working of the laws

Rs. 1679.0

Law of Arbitration & Conciliation (Set of 2 Volumes)

Law of Arbitration & Conciliation (Set of 2 Volumes)

The commentary well-known for its exhaustive coverage on the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 has been developed factoring in all the key developments on the subject. The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015 has brought in large scale changes that have brought clarity on many aspects which were previously part of judicial interpretation.

Salient Features:-
• The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015 has been elucidated with commentaries and case law, while the flow of the History of the Law Literature has been retained as it is.
• Topics like cause of arbitration vs cause of action, PIL principles, scope of public policy, anti-arbitration injunction, reconciling conflict positions on exclusive jurisdiction clauses and section 42, Indian position under section 11, etc. have been explained in detail.
• Alternative dispute resolution (ADR), which constitute the dispute resolution Alternative by arbitration, have been explained, particularly for the advantage of the Business community.
• UNCITRAL Notes, Comments and Explanations of Model Law have been presented along with the sections of the Act to which they pertain.
• Contains full commentary on international commercial arbitrations and enforcement of foreign Awards based on international case reports.

Rs. 4121.0

Mulla the Law of Insolvency in India

Mulla the Law of Insolvency in India

Mulla on the Law of Insolvency in India is an authoritative, comprehensive Reference Work which Covers the Law of insolvency of individuals and partnership firms.

A new code was introduced with an aim to consolidate the existing framework by creating a single Law for insolvency and bankruptcy. The book is arranged thematically and provides a Comparative analysis of the important provisions of the Code and the earlier Acts. This book has held the status of a legal classic since its first publication in 1930. The current edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. It is an ideal Reference for practicing advocates, judges, scholars and Financial consultants.

Salient Features:-
• Single volume, comprehensive Reference to Insolvency laws in India
• The book is a part of the series of Tagore Law Lectures
• Updated to include the new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016
• It is a renowned publication on insolvency laws and has carved a brand name for itself through 11 successful editions
• This edition attempts to provide a black-letter interpretation of the provisions Code while the Courts are still exploring the reading of these provisions

Rs. 1519.0

Sarkar’s Criminal Minor Acts (Set of 2 Volumes with CD)

Sarkar’s Criminal Minor Acts (Set of 2 Volumes with CD)

Sarkar Criminal Minor Acts is a compilation of all important minor Acts such as the Mental Health Care Act, 2017, Copyright Act, 1957, Arms Act, 1959, Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, Customs Act, 1962 along with case notes/comments.

Salient Features:-
• A handy compilation of bare provisions of important Criminal Minor Acts,
• Includes all legislative and judicial developments
• Includes selective case notes of the Supreme Court and the High Court judgments
• Bare text of Code of Criminal Procedure, Indian Penal Code and Indian Evidence Act (criminal Major Acts) to be provided in CD format
• Includes new Acts such as The Mental Healthcare Act, 2017, The Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery Of Financial And Other Subsidies, Benefits And Services) Act, 2016, Anti- Hijacking Act, 2016, The Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 2016, The Real Estate (Regulation And Development) Act, 2016, The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 and The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013

Rs. 2786.0

Family Law Lectures - Family Law I

Family Law Lectures - Family Law I

This fourth edition of Family Law - I is a comprehensive study of all important aspects of Family Law including marriage and divorce, maintenance and division of matrimonial property, guardianship and child custody, as well as adoption, as developed by the Supreme Court and the various High Courts. The author has discussed major recent judgments of the Supreme Court on such Contemporary concerns as the status of live - in Relationships and of rights of the woman and of the Children born of such relationships. The book also provides insights into Contemporary matrimonial Issues that have emerged as a result of the development of new perceptions of rights and duties, as well as Alternative methods for matrimonial dispute settlement. Further, latest statutory provisions, as well as judicial pronouncements have been analysed. This book is an essential reading for Law students, professors teaching in Law schools, students and scholars of Gender Studies and Sociology it is a must have for Law and social Science libraries.

Expert Evidence (Medical And Non-Medical)

Expert Evidence (Medical And Non-Medical)

This new edition is an exhaustive commentary on the subject discussing in detail the necessity for the Employment of Scientific methods in the detection of crime. The book also contains glossary of anatomical and pathological terms. The scope and arrangement of the subject matter is designed so as to afford to the legal profession the requisite Basic knowledge on various Scientific subjects covered by it by means of select extracts from standard Scientific works. In practicality the book is intensely devoted towards the harnessing of expert evidence to enlarging and precisioning the data of judicial proof in terms of the substantive penal Law of the land.

The original and valuable features of the previous Editions which were scrupulously adhered to have been retained. However, the names of the various Courts have been omitted to make the Book more readable. Another Glossary of weapons and instruments and meanings of certain vernacular words have been added to make it useful for the readers. Appendices have also been added which will be found very useful.

Rs. 1595.0

All You Want To Know About Indian Elections

All You Want To Know About Indian Elections

This book contains all salient provisions of the Constitution, electoral laws and a plethora of directions and instructions of the Election Commission of India on various aspects of electoral exercise. The present book is an abridged version of, How India Votes: Election Laws, Practice and Procedure, however, it has been updated with the amendments made to election law, judicial pronouncements of the Supreme Court and High Courts as well as the Election Commission's directions and instructions which have come into effect subsequent to the publication of the second edition of the above book in 2007. It is hoped that the present book will also be found equally useful by all interested in the ensuing electoral exercise, legal practitioners in election laws, students of electoral law, psephologists and the media personnel covering electoral activities.

P Ramanatha Aiyar’s The Law Lexicon – The Encyclopaedic Law Dictionary with Legal Maxims, Latin Terms, Words & Phrases

P Ramanatha Aiyar’s The Law Lexicon – The Encyclopaedic Law Dictionary with Legal Maxims, Latin Terms, Words & Phrases

The forthcoming edition will include judicial interpretation from the latest landmark as well as other important decisions of the Supreme Court and various High Courts. Widely cited in the judgments of High Courts and Tribunals, this forthcoming edition contains approximately 2000 new definitions covering Supreme Court and High Court judgments as well as Central Acts, Rules and Regulations. It also includes a collection of Latin terms, Legal Maxims and definitions from emerging areas of law. A detailed list of abbreviations will be compiled to help Readers navigate easily through the volume.

The Work also includes:-
• Entries from emerging areas of Law covering Information Technology, Cyber Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property Rights and International Trade and Commerce.
• Terms from specialized areas such as commerce, stock exchange, forensic medicine, mercantile, maritime and Military law,
• Numerous special terms governing customs, which are prevalent in many parts of India, Words peculiar to Hindu Law, Muslim Law and the other Personal laws,
• Words, phrases and expressions which are peculiar to English Statutes, decisions and treatises that have made their entry in Indian legal literature,
• Collection of Latin terms, Legal Maxims, Historical/Archival words, definitions from standard legal textbooks, European legal terms and Indian Regional terms.

Rs. 2610.0

Soonavala's Supreme Court on Service Laws (1950-2017) (Set of 2 Volumes)

Soonavala's Supreme Court on Service Laws (1950-2017) (Set of 2 Volumes)

Soonavala’s Supreme Court on Service Laws is designed as a first point of reference; this essential Reference Work consolidates and Covers all important judgments delivered by the Supreme Court which a lawyer would need to study to defend/bolster his case. This edition will cover all important judgments of the Supreme Court from the year 1950 to till date on Service Laws. All decisions of the Supreme Court will be arranged thematically to enable the researcher to understand the evolution of Law over a period of Time upon a particular segment of law.

Salient Features:-
• The most comprehensive digest of cases on Service Laws containing case notes prepared using judgments delivered by the Supreme Court from 1950 till date
• Designed as a first point of Reference to assist lawyers/judges in their case Law research
• Decisions have been alphabetically under user friendly headings providing a logical and Scientific evaluation of judicial precedents
• It includes judgments relating to Services and dismissals in both the public and private sectors
• It includes decisions on various constitutional and legal provisions relating to conditions of service including selection, appointment, seniority, promotions, reservation, disciplinary proceedings, role of Public Service and Pay Commissions
• Relevant Central/State Acts along with corresponding Rules have been reproduced in the form of appendices for ready reference
• This edition has been thoroughly revised to include all relevant judicial pronouncements by the Supreme Court pertaining to Service/Labour and Industrial Law.

Rs. 4195.0

Principles of Insurance Law (Set of 2 Volumes)

Principles of Insurance Law (Set of 2 Volumes)

M N Srinivasan Principles of Insurance Law is a brilliant piece of Work which nearly Covers entire jurisprudence on insurance Law at one place in an orderly and user friendly manner. This commentary has been thoroughly revised in light of various insurance laws/amendments and judicial decisions on General and Life Insurance. It also includes important and emerging types of insurances within the insurance Business which are enormously extending the Jurisprudence of the insurance Business to a deeper level such as Agricultural Insurance, Nuclear Insurance, medical insurance, tax planning in insurance Business and Aviation Insurance. This edition also contains various new Policies, Regulations and Standard insurance forms for insurances under General insurance.

Salient Features:-
• A thematic commentary on Insurance Law incorporating all aspects of the insurance Law in India
• General principles of the Law of insurance have been explained lucidly and all specific forms of insurance like fire, theft, marine, motor accident, Personal accident, medical, nuclear, agriculture, aviation, nuclear and the like, have been dealt with individually at length
• It provides detailed information on the practices and procedures relating to insurance Law and also contains a special chapter on Tax Planning in Insurance
• New appendices such as The Insurance Act, 1938, The Life Insurance Corporation Act, 1956, The Marine Insurance Act, 1963, The General Insurance Business (Nationalization) Act, 1972, The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Act, 1999, The Motor Vehicle Act (Extracts) have been added making this edition an invaluable Reference for the target audience
• The current edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to include all relevant case Law as well as legislative and other changes made to the Law of insurance Law in India

Rs. 2850.0

The Law of Consumer Protection (Set of 2 Volumes)

The Law of Consumer Protection (Set of 2 Volumes)

Revised by Shudhanshu Kumar. This Publication provides section by section guidance on the consumer protection act and attempts to bridge the gap between the existing legal infrastructure and the implementation and application by its intended beneficiaries (the consumers).Salient Features:-• The new book highlight the legal movement (with reasons) - from the 1986 Act to 1993 to 2002 and thereafter. This helps to trace evolution of this Law and helps interpret the legal provisions• It includes cases on the powers of District council and State council to highlight interpretational Issues in the enforcement of the Act• Serves as practical guide as it includes a chapter on practice and procedure, along with other allied acts and rules and regulations in the appendices, with central and state rules.• The book attempts to provide an interface between Consumer Protection Law and Competition Law by eliminating duplicity of rules/activities

Rs. 2971.0

Law, Practice & Procedure of Service Tax - As amended by the Finance Act, 2017 (Set of 2 Volumes)

Law, Practice & Procedure of Service Tax - As amended by the Finance Act, 2017 (Set of 2 Volumes)

Salient Features:
• India’s first book on service tax in 2 volumes presented in easy to follow divisions: (I) Service Tax at a Glance; (II) Law, Rules and Regulations; (III) Taxation based on the Negative List of Services; (IV) Practice and Procedure.
• Critical analysis of the amendments made during the year 2016-17
• Relevant notifications and departmental clarifications annexed to chapters.
• In-depth coverage of taxation of Services based on the Negative List, Exemptions, Abatement, Reverse Charge Mechanism and CENVAT Credit under service tax.
• List of Notifications, Circulars and Trade Notices provided for quick reference.
• All statutory amendments, notable judicial pronouncements, notifications, circulars and trade notices have been adequately covered and fully updated upto March 2017
• The book is an essential Reference Work for assesses, practitioners, revenue officers and judges.

Rs. 2140.0

Concise Law Dictionary-With Legal Maxims,
Latin Terms, And Words & Phrases

Concise Law Dictionary-With Legal Maxims, Latin Terms, And Words & Phrases

The Concise Law Dictionary is a handy and compact Law dictionary that provides accurate meaning of legal terms, and other words and phrases commonly used in various fields of law. The present edition includes judicial interpretation from the latest landmark as well as other important decisions of the Supreme Court and the various High Courts. This edition also includes entries extracted from recent enactments such as the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013, the Companies Act 2013, the National Food Security Act 2013, the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act 2013, and the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Act 2013. This dictionary incorporates terms and phrases related to the emerging areas of Law such as Information Technology, Intellectual Property Rights, Alternate Dispute Resolution, Cyber Law, Forensic Medicine, International Trade and Commerce as well as areas of social relevance.

Table of contents:
  • First Edition 1940 With Supplement 1947
    • 1st Reprint 1987
    • 2nd Reprint 1988
    • 3rd Reprint 1990
    • 4th Reprint 1992
    • 5th Reprint 1993
    • 6th Reprint 1994
    • 7th Reprint 1995
    • 8th Reprint 1996
  • Second Edition 1997
    • 1st Reprint 2002
    • 2nd Reprint 2003
    • 3rd Reprint 2004
    • 4th Reprint 2005
  • Third Edition 2005
    • 1st Reprint 2006
    • 2nd Reprint 2007
    • 3rd Reprint (July) 2008
    • 4th Reprint 2009
  • Fourth Edition 2012
  • Fifth Edition 2014

Companion To Commentary On The Constitution Of India; Consolidated Table Of Cases & Subject Index For Vols. 1 To 10; (Price Per Vol.): Consolidated Table of Cases and Subject Index for Volumes 1 to 10

Companion To Commentary On The Constitution Of India; Consolidated Table Of Cases & Subject Index For Vols. 1 To 10; (Price Per Vol.): Consolidated Table of Cases and Subject Index for Volumes 1 to 10

D.D. Basu's Commentary on the Constitution of India is a pioneering Work on the Indian Constitution. First published in 1950, the Commentary with each successive edition has remained acknowledged as the most authoritative publication on the subject. The present volume has been conceptualized to help Readers navigate effortlessly through the massive amount of case Law and thousands of pages of narrative and analysis in the ten volume set. This companion volume contains Article-wise presentation of cases providing a single point Reference to more than 37,000 cases, both Indian and foreign, on various topics within Constitutional Law. It contains a consolidated Table of Cases and Subject Index compiled from volumes 1 to 10 of the Commentary with page references to the original work.

Rs. 2249.0

Merger et al: Issues, Implications and Case Law in Corporate Restructuring

Merger et al: Issues, Implications and Case Law in Corporate Restructuring

Mergers et al contains detailed analysis of the provisions of the English Companies Act which form the backdrop of the provisions of the Indian Companies Act. Also contains detailed discussions on certain instances of mergers, demergers, sale of an undertaking and their respective tax implications, valuation methodologies, instances of mergers derailed, secretarial aspects on pre and post merger situations, a brief introduction to income-tax provisions with regard to mergers, demergers and slump sale, live examples and analysis of schemes of demergers and reconstruction, merger of Banking Companies, Government Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships, merger of foreign Companies with Indian companies, reduction of share capital with a detailed chapter on Corporate Debt Restructuring, Family arrangements, a detailed chapter on Competition Act, etc.

Rs. 1395.0

Commentary On Information Technology Act– With Rules,
Regulations, Orders, Guidelines, Reports And Policy Documents

Commentary On Information Technology Act– With Rules, Regulations, Orders, Guidelines, Reports And Policy Documents

The Information Technology Act, 2000 was enacted to give effect to the United Nations General Assembly resolution adopting the Model Law on Electronic Commerce. It was enacted with a view to give a fillip to the growth of electronic transactions, to provide a legal framework, and to prevent computer based crimes in India. The IT Act was amended in 2008 to address Contemporary Issues and changing nature of cyber-crimes such as publishing sexually explicit material in electronic form, Video voyeurism, leakage of data by intermediary, phishing and identity theft. Section 66A dealing with punishment for sending offensive messages, which was introduced through the 2008 Amendment, was recently declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in its judgment in Shreya Singhal v. Union of India, (2015) 5 SCC 1. In addition to discussing this judgment, the present 3rd edition of the commentary meticulously captures all the legislative and judicial developments.

New Rules framed under the Act such as the Information Technology (National Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Centre and Manner of Performing Function and Duties) Rules, 2013, and the Information Technology (The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team and Manner of Performing Function and Duties) Rules, 2013 have been included. Relevant policy documents and committee reports including the National Cyber Security Policy (2013), the 12th Plan Report on Cyber Security, the 52nd Report of Standing Committee on Information Technology as well as the 31st Report of Committee on Subordinate Legislation have also been covered in the Appendices.

This book is an essential Reference Work for lawyers practicing in the field of cyber-law, Business houses which conduct transactions electronically or are considering doing so, Internet Service Providers, IT and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) sectors, members of the Cyber Appellate Tribunal, the TDSAT, central and state judicial academies, and advanced students of cyber law.

Rs. 1164.0

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The Key to Indian Practice - A Summary of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) Rs. 523.6
Sarkar’s Civil Court Practice & Procedure Manual
India’s Constitution – Origins and Evolution - Vol. 9 Rs. 1995.0
Ratanlal & Dhirajlal’s The Law of Torts Rs. 2262.0
Venkateswaran on Trade Marks & Passing Off (Set of 2 Volumes) Rs. 4765.0
Ratanlal & Dhirajlal’s - The Indian Penal Code (Set of 2 Volumes) Rs. 3165.0
Introduction to the Constitution of India Rs. 375.0
The Transfer of Property Act Rs. 2564.0
Goods and Services Tax – Law, Practice and Procedures Rs. 1679.0
Law of Arbitration & Conciliation (Set of 2 Volumes) Rs. 4121.0
Mulla the Law of Insolvency in India Rs. 1519.0
Sarkar’s Criminal Minor Acts (Set of 2 Volumes with CD) Rs. 2786.0
Family Law Lectures - Family Law I Rs. 520.0
Expert Evidence (Medical And Non-Medical) Rs. 1595.0
All You Want To Know About Indian Elections Rs. 260.0
P Ramanatha Aiyar’s The Law Lexicon – The Encyclopaedic Law Dictionary with Legal Maxims, Latin Terms, Words & Phrases Rs. 2610.0
Soonavala's Supreme Court on Service Laws (1950-2017) (Set of 2 Volumes) Rs. 4195.0
Principles of Insurance Law (Set of 2 Volumes) Rs. 2850.0
The Law of Consumer Protection (Set of 2 Volumes) Rs. 2971.0
Law, Practice & Procedure of Service Tax - As amended by the Finance Act, 2017 (Set of 2 Volumes) Rs. 2140.0
Concise Law Dictionary-With Legal Maxims, Latin Terms, And Words & Phrases Rs. 594.0
Companion To Commentary On The Constitution Of India; Consolidated Table Of Cases & Subject Index For Vols. 1 To 10; (Price Per Vol.): Consolidated Table of Cases and Subject Index for Volumes 1 to 10 Rs. 2249.0
Merger et al: Issues, Implications and Case Law in Corporate Restructuring Rs. 1395.0
Commentary On Information Technology Act– With Rules, Regulations, Orders, Guidelines, Reports And Policy Documents Rs. 1164.0

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