South Asian Law & Economics Review

South Asian Law & Economics Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Economics bearing ISSN: 2581-6535. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Economics and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Automatic Stay: An Analysis of the Conflicting Jurisprudence Regarding Suspension of Claims against a Distressed Corporation under Corporate Rehabilitation

The case of BPI vs CA (229 SCRA 223) is contrary to the case of RCBC vs IAC (320 SCRA 279). It caused a conflicting jurisprudence as to when suspension of claims commenced. The application of automatic stay, which suspends all claims against distressed corporation upon the filing the petition, offers a workable solution for

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An Appraisal on the Policy, Legal and Institutional Framework for Land Use Planning and Building in Mainland Tanzania

Tanzania like many other developing countries faces the development of informal settlements as a consequence of urbanization. In the global south, urban settlement expands horizontally forcing the population to migrate to the outskirts at the cost of agricultural land and natural beauty areas.[i] As a marked phenomenon of rapid urbanization in Tanzania, urban areas have

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Navigating the Digital Marketplace: Insights from Competition Commission of India’s Approach

Following the “liberalisation, privatisation, and globalisation” (“LPG”) reforms, there have been overwhelmingly significant technological advancements during the previous three decades. Indubitably, improvements on the internet have made life simpler for individuals all over the world. Users may access a variety of services for free through platforms like search engines and social networking sites. Customers give

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