The institution of property – Form and Function This is the second post in a two-part series about about the legal nature of cryptocurrencies in India. The first part is available here. On December 28, 2017 the South Korean government banned domestic cryptocurrency exchanges from allowing users to transact through anonymous accounts. Anguk Law Offices…

The Supreme Court’s [‘SC’] decision in Lok Prahari v. Union of India marks an important addition to electoral reform jurisprudence in India. In this case, the Court issued directions for the institution of a permanent mechanism for the periodical monitoring of increase in assets of MPs/MLAs that is disproportionate to their known sources of income….

Context   India holds the unique distinction of being both the world’s largest constitutional democracy and also one of its fastest growing economies. Critical to the process of India’s economic development is state acquisition of land for infrastructure and industrial development. Creating a legal framework that ensures equitable and efficient acquisition of land by the…

A very promising conference on Contemporary Issues in Public Law will be held at the Australian High Commission at Delhi this Sunday (8 April 2018). The conference invitation and full programme is here . Registration in advance (by emailing public.law.conference.8.april@gmail.com) is free but absolutely essential due to security protocols at the High Commission. The conference will address…