Introduction to Nepalese business law

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In its simplest sense, law can be understood as a rule. There may be various forms of rules such as individual rules, religious rules, family rules, social rules, economic rules, administrative rules, constitutional rules, taxation rules, rules of college, rules of games, gravitational rules, and rules of the nature and so on. In its widest […]

LEGAL AID: EXISTING LAW, POLICIES AND PRACTICES IN NEPAL

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Legal aid is a system of providing free or inexpensive advice, assistance, or representation for those who cannot afford to pay for the services of professional lawyers mainly because of a difficult financial situation. The provisions of legal aid to the poor are based on humanitarian considerations and the main aim of these provisions is […]

The Legal System of Nepal

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1.     Introduction Nepal is a federal, democratic republic and secular state, where the largest majority of Hindu population resides. It is a landlocked country situated between India and China’s Tibetan Autonomous region. As an independent, indivisible, sovereign, secular, inclusive, democratic, socialism-oriented federal democratic republican State (art. 4(1), the Constitution of Nepal), the country is a Federal Democratic Republic […]