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Cable Television and Copyright Owners

Abstract: ‘TV is galloping in; the country has sixty million homes with TV, of which twenty eight million are cabled, bringing to city and hamlet alike a choice of around a hundred channels. ‘There are now more TV channels available in Mumbai than in most US cities,’ Bill Clinton noted on a trip to the… Read More

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Corporate rights against personal rights of members

Corporate Rights Against Personal Rights Of Members Sec. 41 of the Companies Act, 1956 (Act) defines members as any person who is (1) the subscribers of the memorandum of a company or every other person who agrees in writing to become a member of a company and whose name is entered in its register of… Read More

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Copyright In Judgment: An Analysis

1.1 Introduction The primary purpose of this essay is to analyze the copyrightability of a judgment in India. It will examine whether a copyright can be granted to a judgment at all, and if yes, to what extent such copyright can extend. 1.2 The Law For Copyright In Raw Judgment Section 2(k) of the Copyright… Read More

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