“How can high courts take suo-motu notice,” CJP Gulzar

A week ago Supreme Court while hearing the case of under trial prisoners release to pre-empt the spread of virus in the prisons CJP Gulzar Ahmed questioned the powers of the high court to take suo-moto notice of the situation and held that this is the duty of the Government to make such policy and …

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Development of Equity and Importance

Equity law is defined as a branch of law which developed alongside the common law and it is concerned with the principle of fairness and justice. In another way it is also described as sub-system of English and common legal system which developed over time through principles of natural justices and historical circumstances by the …

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Zoom -Teleconference app got sued in California

Zoom – Communications Inc. got sued due to Disclosing personal Data The most sensational app nowadays ZOOM which was widely used by number of companies and universities   for teleconferencing got sued by a user in Jose,California. The suit alleged that Zoom is sharing the data of its users illegally to many third parties such as Facebook. …

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How to spend your day in Quarantine/Self-isolation ?

How to spend your day in Quarantine/self-isolation ? There is a global emergency throughout the world at this time. Almost every country is affected with the corona virus and it is still spreading in a big number. Most of us are getting bored in our homes as offices, schools, colleges and universities are closed. So …

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Is international law is a real law or not?

Is international law is a law or not? There has been a probably never ending debate over this question that whether International law is a real law or not. There are number of scholars who support the argument that International law is not a real law while another group of scholars argue that International law …

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Public peace is a state responsibility

Firstly, we need to understand what is public peace?  Which is actually the right of the public at large in front of a private person. Creating public disruption is a crime and protection against such crime is a constitutional right which is guaranteed by the state through the executive and judiciary. This constitutional right is …

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