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Laws of Afghanistan

Banking and Credit Laws Depository Microfinance Institutions (DMFI) Regulation (in Dari) Control Regulation Law of Banking Regulation on Asset Classification and Loan-Loss Provisioning Regulation on Capital Adequacy Regulation on Corporate Governance Regulation […]

Intellectual property of copyright in case of derivative work prepared from sources in the public domain

In order to claim right in the derivative work containing the original material, the plaintiff is to show adaptation, abridgement, arrangement, dramatization or translation in his work entitling him to have certain rights. In order to qualify for independent right in derivative of collective work, the additional matter injected in a prior work on the matter of rearranging or otherwise transforming a prior work must constitute more than the minimal contribution which can be ascertained only if the prior work and the work done by the plaintiff is produced. In Eastern Book Company and Others Vs. D.B. Modak and Others and Mr. Navin J. Desai and Another, it was held that the copyright can be claimed in derivative work only in the following manner

Abolition-Indian Law Encyclopedia

A right of appeal being a substantive right the institution of a suit carries with it the implication that all successive appeals available under the law then in force would be preserved to the parties to the suit throughout the rest of the career of the suit. There are two exceptions to the application of this rule, viz. (1) when by competent enactment such right of appeal is taken away expressly or impliedly with retrospective effect and (2) when the court to which appeal lay at the commencement of the suit stands abolished.

Anti-terrorism Law in India

THE UNLAWFUL ACTIVITIES (PREVENTION) ACT, 1967 CHAPTER IV Punishment For Terrorist Activities 15. (1) Terrorist act.  Whoever does any act with intent to threaten or likely to threaten the unity, integrity, security, [economic […]

Without proof of customary right, Panchayat has no title to property or income administered for benefit of villagers in common

What is required by S. 58 for the purpose of vesting is the proof of custom by which the villagers in common acquire title to any property or income. Vesting of rights takes place under S. 58 if there is proof of customary right of administration of any property or income for the benefit of the villagers in common. Unless therefore there is proof of customary right, the Panchayat cannot claim title to the property or income administered for the benefit of the villagers in common