Anju S Nair

About Anju S Nair

Anju S Nair is a final year law student at Al-Azhar Law College, Kerala. She was post graduated in English Language and Literature from Mahatma Gandhi University. She was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Women's Leadership from Career Development College in London. She worked as a research intern at the All India Human Rights Association (AIHRA) and as a legal intern at the Chambers of Senior Advocate Pradeep Rai, Vice President of the Supreme Court Bar Association. She is a hardworking and dedicated person whose area of interest lies in corporate law.

Patent Litigation Financing

Patent litigation financing is a relatively new concept that has emerged in recent years in the Indian legal system. Patent litigation financing refers to a process wherein a third-party entity provides funding to a patent owner who is seeking litigation against an alleged patent infringer. This third-party entity also takes a share in the proceeds […]

The Role of a Power of Attorney in Estate Planning

Estate planning creates a strategy for distributing an individual’s assets after death or incapacitation. A vital element in this plan is a power of attorney. A power of attorney is a tool that allows an individual (the principal) to appoint another person (the agent or attorney-in-fact) to act on their behalf regarding legal, financial, and […]

Litigation vs. Lawsuit

Litigation is the process of filing a lawsuit and taking it through the court system to reach a decision. A lawsuit is a legal action taken by one party against another party to resolve a dispute. It typically involves two parties who are seeking a legal remedy for a conflict that they have not been […]

What Does Pre-Litigation Mean?

Pre-litigation is a term used in the legal world to denote the phase just before a formal lawsuit or litigation is initiated. It refers to the process of attempting to settle disputes or grievances outside of court by means of negotiation, mediation, or conciliation. In India, pre-litigation is an important concept that has gained prominence […]

In What Conditions The Public Interest Litigation Can Be Filed Through?

Public Interest Litigation, commonly known as PIL, is a powerful weapon for the citizens of India to assert their fundamental rights and hold the government, public bodies, and authorities accountable. The idea of facilitating PILs aimed at the betterment and welfare of society through the judiciary was born in 1980 as a means of achieving […]

Origin and Meaning of Public Interest Litigation in India

Public Interest Litigation is a powerful tool that has been successfully used in India to bring about positive change in society. Public Interest Litigation, commonly known as PIL, is a legal mechanism that allows any citizen or organisation to file a case in court on behalf of an individual or group of individuals and seek […]

Public Interest Litigation for an Individual

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is a tool used in Indian law to allow a group or individual to file a case in the interest of the public at large. PIL has been recognized as an important tool for activating the judicial system for cases that otherwise might not be brought to the attention of the […]

What is an Injunction?

The concept of an injunction has been a critical instrument in the administration of justice since time immemorial. Essentially, injunctions are court orders that direct parties to stop performing certain actions or behaviours or to commence certain actions or behaviours. An injunction is a critical aspect of equity law, which allows for the creation of […]

What is Public Interest Litigation and How Do You File It?

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is a term used to describe litigation that seeks to ensure the rights and interests of the public. The concept of PIL originated in the United States in the early 1960s, and it was quickly adopted by other countries around the world. In India, PILs have become an increasingly important aspect […]

Important Terms in a Lease Agreement

A lease agreement is a legal contract between a landlord and a tenant that outlines the terms and conditions of living arrangements. Lease agreements are commonly referred to as rental agreements and can vary depending on the state, country, or residential tenancy laws that apply. These agreements contain important terms that must be observed by […]

The Legalities of Lease Agreements and Stamp Duty

In India, lease agreements are legal contracts that set out the terms and conditions under which a tenant is allowed to use a property owned by the landlord. These agreements are governed by various laws and regulations, and they play an important role in the country’s real estate sector. One aspect of lease agreements that […]

Things to Keep in Mind Before Renting a House

Renting a House is a common practice among people worldwide. It is a viable solution for those who cannot afford to buy a property, those who do not plan to stay in a particular city for long, or those who do not wish to take the responsibility of maintaining a property. However, before deciding to […]

What is the Structure of a Lease Agreement & Procedure in India?

Lease agreements are a key aspect of real estate transactions in India. In simple terms, a lease agreement is a legally binding document that outlines the terms and conditions of a property rental. It is an agreement between two parties – the landlord and the tenant. The lease agreement specifies the details of the property, […]

Know what are all the Legal Rights of a Tenant

In India, rent control laws are one of the most significant legislative frameworks to protect the rights of tenants. However, landlords often challenge these laws, creating a complex legal framework in favour of landlords’ interests. Therefore, tenants need to understand their legal rights to avoid potential disputes that may arise between them and their landlords. […]