Monthly Archives: September 2014

Indian Copyright Law Regime – Is it in tune with instrumental music?

By Abhyuday Bhotika, Associate Copyrightable works cover an expanse of items which can be broadly classified under the rubric of inter alia musical work, embracing vocal and instrumental, operas, musicals, bands and orchestras both solos and choruses. India is a … Continue reading

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Dashrath Requires a Second Read; Goodbye, Mr. Lodha!

By Rudrajyoti Nath Ray, Senior Associate In our post entitled “The Territorial Jurisdiction Conundrum”, we discussed how the Division Bench, in Dashrath, cleverly interpreted the “Harman Approach” and its effect on the “Bhaskaran Ratio”. It was fairly concluded by the … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Thika Tenancy

By Rudrajyoti Nath Ray, Senior Associate In Calcutta and its suburb Howrah, there have existed for many years precarious tenancies popularly known as Thika Tenancies. Under such Tenancy, vacant land was leased by the Landlord to a Tenant with liberty … Continue reading

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