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— March 1, 2022

Arbitration and Mediation

WHAT IS ARBITRATION? Arbitration is a conflict resolution strategy used to keep parties out of the court system by allowing an arbitrator to make a final decision rather than a judge....

— February 27, 2022

Commercial Litigations

There are many types of lawsuits, also called litigations. When a business is involved, it becomes corporate or commercial litigation. Corporate Litigation is a different bet than most other...

— February 27, 2022

PMLA

The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002[1], together with the rules issued thereunder and the rules and regulations prescribed by regulators such as the Reserve Bank of India and...

— February 27, 2022

FERA Act

Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA) Customs law, Financial services regulation law / By Advocates / Law Firms / 5 minutes of reading / A person has to use foreign...

— February 27, 2022

FEMA Act

With the aim of facilitating external trade and payments to foreign countries and promoting the orderly development of the foreign exchange market in India, the government of India passed...

— February 27, 2022

GST Law

The Minister of Finance, Govt of India, Mr. Piyush Goyal introduced The Central Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2018 in the Lok Sabha on August 7, 2018. The...

— February 27, 2022

Service Tax

Service Tax was a tax that was levied by the Central Government of India on the services provided by service providers. This indirect tax came into being under the...

— February 27, 2022

Excise Law and Taxes

Central Excise duty can be best defined as an indirect tax that is levied on goods within the country (India). The goods that carry the tax are specified under the...

— November 5, 2021

Custom Laws and Duties

The Customs Act and The Customs Tariff Act (hereinafter referred to as CTA), along with various Rules and Regulations in relation to them, serve as the consolidated codes of...

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