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You are required by law to file an income tax return and pay any amounts owed, regardless of your excuse. If a person forcibly and illegally imprisons you and you miss the deadline, you would be subject to the late-filing penalty, however (once you escape captivity) you can sue the assailant for damages, which could include the consequences of late filing. ...


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Is it gender-based discrimination against C and in favour of B and thus a constitutional right violation? Apparently not, according to this source LGBT rights in India, Wikipedia: Same-sex sexual activity was decriminalized in 2018. [India] has ... explicitly interpreted Article 15 of the Constitution to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual ...


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The applicable law of India is The Scheduled Castes And the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 plus the 2015 amendment. There are various prohibited acts, the majority of which are already crimes, such as numerous kinds of assault, trespass, unlawful eviction, also including knowingly making obscene gestures at a woman belonging to a ...


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See footnote 9 from your Wikipedia link to the Special Marriage Act: Necessary Conditions For A Marriage The following conditions are necessary : ... That the parties are not within the degrees of prohibited relationship. However where a custom governing at least one of the parties permits a marriage between them, such marriage may be solemnized ...


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Such a clause might be held to be unenforceable under Indian law, as an illegal penalty clause (the part where they penalize you by the same amount as the pre-signing bonus). Since you did not sign the employment contract, you are not in breach of contract there. They cannot construe this signing incentive to be an unconditional obligation to agree to ...


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The law doesn’t “defines a minor as a legal person below (some age)” It defines it as a natural person below (some age).


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I am not sure about the law of India, so I will give an answer for the united-states, which may be of interest to some, and can be compared against an answer regarding India when someone is able to provide that. Those who make or distribute (including sell) infringing copies are liable for damages under US law; those who receive or purchase infringing ...


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Under U.S. law, Section 230 (47 U.S.C. § 230) limits liability for comments solely to the comment maker and not to the video uploader or YouTube. It basically says that there is no duty to moderate except for copyright upon a takedown notice. Normally takedown notices would be directed to YouTube which has a process that handles that, and not to the uploader,...


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There are many contracts that are well over 10,000 pages For example: mining contracts - the environmental impact statement alone is likely to be of the order of 10,000 pages. privatised prisons - it takes a lot of pages to set out the expectations of the government on things like prisoner welfare defence contracts - aircraft carriers are complex pieces of ...


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The general rule is that you must comply with all laws. The first thing that means is that you are required to know what the law is, thus ignorance of the law is not a defense for not complying. There are some special circumstances regarding notice, so a law must have been published. Second, whatever the law requires you to do, you have to do it, regardless ...


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That is going to depend very much on the law in question, and so some specifics will be needed for a useful answer. Many laws impose requirements on particular types of businesses. If a business cannot comply, it may well be required to cease operations or operations of a particular type. For example, a restaurant must comply with a whole set of health and ...


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There is no statutory "exception" in the IT rules in case a business gets swamped. However, there is also no penalty for violating these rules except for intention to cause wrongful loss or wrongful gain (see this analysis). The requirement is thus legally toothless at present. The underlying Information Technology act imposes penalties for certain ...


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Hire more staff or go out of business A company is obliged to comply with the law. Compliance has costs. The company must meet those costs. If the company is unable to remain viable with those costs then it should close.


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The document Information Technology (Reasonable security practices and procedures and sensitive personal data or information) Rules, 2011.(G.S.R. 313(E)) dated: 11th April, 2011 and commencing: G.S.R. 313(E).—In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (ob) of sub-section (2) of section 87 read with section 43A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 (21 ...


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The CCPA is contained in TITLE 1.81.5. California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 Section 1798.100 (e) provides that: ) A business that collects a consumer’s personal information shall implement reasonable security procedures and practices appropriate to the nature of the personal information to protect the personal information from unauthorized or illegal ...


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