ICSI Economic and Labour Laws Solved Question Paper Dec 2013

ICSI Economic and Labour Laws Solved Question Paper Dec 2013
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ICSI Economic and Labour Laws Solved Question Paper Dec 2013

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Therefore the contention of consumer forum is incorrect. Chapter - 6 Pollution Control and Environmental Protection 2013 - June 1 C iii , vii iii As per the principle of no fault liability wrongdoer will be held liable for the consequences of his acts even though there is no negligence on his part or even if there is no intention on his part for the consequence. C Principle of no fault liability is mentioned under Section 3 of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991. C It imposes on the owner liability to give relief in case of death or injury to any person or damage to any property, resulting from an accident occurring while handling any hazardous substance. C For the purpose of Section 3 injury includes permanent total disability permanent partial disability sickness resulting out of an accident. vii Control of noise pollution.
Appendix CS Executive Programme Module-II Paper 5
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The salient features of the Noise Pollution Regulation and Control Rules, 2000 are as follows The purpose of framing these rules is to impose regulation and control over the noise pollution originating from different sources. It provides for noise related air quality standard for different areas. These standard needs to be taken into consideration by development authorities too. Declaration of silence zone-area comprising 100 meters around
Hospitals
Schools Colleges
Courts Prohibits use of loudspeaker during 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Penalty provisions in case of breach.
Chapter - 7 Management of Intellectual Property Rights 2013 - June 1 C iv C A trade mark is a sign that is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one trading entity from another, at the very least it has to be inherently distinctive mark. C In the case of Imperial Tobacco Co. of India v. The Registrar of Trade Marks, AIR 1977 Calcutta 413, the Calcutta High Court held that the essential conditions of a trade mark in relation to goods proposed to be registered is 1 distinctive or 2 if not distinctive, or capable of distinguishing the goods as aforesaid, there may be some inherent qualities or distinguishing characteristics in the mark itself which may mark it so distinctive or capable of such distinguishing the goods of the applicant from others.