Commonwealth Law Review Journal

Commonwealth Law Review Journal is an Annual e-Journal of Law bearing ISSN: 2581-3382. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law from all Commonwealth Nations and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Intellectual Property Rights in the Age of Content Creation

The digital age has revolutionized content creation, presenting both opportunities and challenges for intellectual property rights (IPR) protection. This abstract explores the significance of IPR in the era of content creation and highlights strategies to protect and enforce these rights in the digital realm. IPR holds immense importance in the digital age due to its

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A Study on Nomenclature Debate on the ‘Use of Force,’ ‘Armed Attack’ and ‘Aggression’ as the Right to Self Defence

International Law on Armed Conflict lays down specific guidelines on the conduct of the States, the parties who are signatories and conform to the international comity. The paper highlights the implications of the preamble of the United Nations Charter, which was introduced by the comity of international players in the Second world war to mitigate

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Summary Judgment Procedure And Liquidated Money Demand: Appraising The Recovery Of Debt In The Law Court

Almost all companies have a credit arrangement with a financial institution, particularly a bank. Others typically utilize long-term loans to pay capital expenditures, while some companies periodically use short-term loans to finance transitory working capital needs. All credit requests are required to undergo a thorough evaluation of the borrower’s capacity to pay back the debt

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When does ‘Consent’ in Marriage End and the Sexual Act Transgress into Rape: Comment Upon Justice Hari Shankar’s Upholding the Constitutionality of the Marital Rape Exception

The marital rape exception under Section 375 has been a topic of debate and discussion ever since its codification in the Indian Penal Code. The recent judgment by a division bench of the Delhi High Court gave a split verdict on whether or not to declare such an exception unconstitutional in light of transformative and

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