indian journal of legal review
Better to bear the spear that missed the tusker
than the arrow that got the rabbit.
Thirukkural (Kural 772)
It is more pleasant to hold the dart that has missed an elephant than that which has hit hare in the forest.
Indian Journal of Legal Review
Indian Journal of Legal Review [IJLR] is an Legal Organization, which is established with a vision of excellence in legal research and we are aims to promote savant excellence in the area of law. IJLR is a organization to make a significant positive growth in the legal field. We always with this path. IJLR Runs an Online Journal, which is quarterly, Peer-Reviewed, published online and IJLR seeks to provide an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law. IJLR established with a vision of excellence in legal research and we are aims to promote savant excellence in the area of law with a diligent editorial board.
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In India, Male Domination with a Complementary suppression of women has been continuing since, Pre-historic times. There has been discrimination between male and female child, men and women, rich and poor, Rural .................... Read More
This paper is aimed at examining the present status of allottees in the real estate sector in India and the remedies available to them under various laws. This paper mainly deals with the status of the allottees in the RERA Act. Under this Act, Allottees means a person to whom the apartment, building or plot is being sold or allotted by the promoter for consideration. It has been enacted with the primary purpose of protecting ................... Read More