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A Preliminary Inquiry Under Section 340 CRPC: Mandatory or Discretionary?

Partner, Wasim Beg and Associate, Muneeb Rashid Malik share their insights on whether Section 340 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 mandates a preliminary inquiry and an opportunity of hearing tothe would-be Accused before a complaint is made under Section 195 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 by a Court as well as …

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Right To Manage An Institution

Associate, Muneeb Rashid Malik provides his insights – can executive instruction restrict the fundamental right to establish an educational institution, in an article titled, “Right To Manage An Institution” published in Greater Kashmir.

Key challenges ahead for new related party regime

Partner, Harish Kumar and Managing Associate, Itee Singhal from our Corporate & Regulatory Team have penned down their thoughts on few practical challenges under the revised Related Party Transactions (‘RPT’) regime that needs to be addressed for ensuring holistic implementation of the new regime.

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