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Doctrine Of Notional Extension: A Comparative Analysis between India, U.S and U.K

There is a fundamental question which has influenced the history and present position of work claims: can the preferential treatment given to workers compared to other injury victims be justified? The industrial injuries scheme privileges workers by making available benefit which cannot be claimed by those not injured in the course of employment. Position in… Read More

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Government Clarification on Policy for Time-Bound Compensation to Train Accident Victims

The compensation to the victims of train accidents as defined under Section 124 of the Railways Act, 1989, is paid by the Railways after a claim filed by the claimant in the Railway Claims Tribunal is decreed by the Tribunal in favour of the claimant and decree so awarded is decided to be satisfied by… Read More

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