Common Law

What is E-commerce Fraud in India

INTRODUCTION E-Commerce is a method of conducting business through electronic means. Such electronic means include ‘click & buy’ methods using computers as well as ‘m-commerce’ which makes use of various mobile devices or smartphones [1]. Electronic trade, usually known as web-based business or e-comm, is the purchasing and selling of items or administrations over electronic 

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Dishonour of Cheque (Cheque Bounce), Liability of Drawer, and Jurisdiction of Court under The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

What is a cheque? A cheque is a negotiable instrument issued by the person having a bank account drawn upon such bank and directs it to pay the amount mentioned in the instrument to the person or company whose name is on the instrument. A cheque is a convenient option for payment of money as 

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Writ of Habeas Corpus

Introduction – Writ The Constitution of India is the essential regulation of the nation which lays down policies and rules to guard the rights of human beings and impose duties on them. This set of primary standards is taken into consideration because the safety and custodian of the essential rights are assured to the human 

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