Key Features of World Heritage Convention

The key features of World Heritage Convention are as follows: This convention creates duties to its states parties in order to identify the potential heritage site and provides them the role of protecting and preserving it. It is the duty of every state, being the party to this convention to identify and protect the potential … Read more

Principles of conservation law

The Principles of conservation law are as follows: Substantive principles: it is the major principle that guides basic aspects of conservation law from ground level. It is not possible for every states to enter into bilateral agreement as it impact the states in one or other ways. Thus in order to secure the safe corner, … Read more

Indra Prasad Khanal Vs. Government of Nepal

In the case of Indra Prasad Khanal Vs. Government of Nepal (NCP 2068, Issue 7, No. 8659), the Supreme Court of Nepal set the following precedents; Summary of theories and explanations formulated: In the event that a driver intentionally hits someone and kills a person, the vehicle remains as a means of killing and such … Read more

Supreme Court (Second Amendment) Rules 2078 has been published in the Gazette

The amendment made in the Supreme Court Rules to reduce the discretionary power of Chief Justice of the Supreme court has gained legitimacy. Supreme Court (Second Amendment) Rules, 2078 has been published in the Gazette on Monday. There is a legal provision that any government decision will get legitimacy only after it is published in … Read more

Admission open for LLM in TU

Tribhuwan University, Faculty of Law has published notice for the entrance examination of LLM course (three years, two years LLM) in the semester system. Notice published for LL.M. Information about filling the entrance exam form for admission in the first semester and filling the examination form and conducting the examination. Information regarding the entrance examination for … Read more