As a renowned professor of environmental law courses distance learning in India and a legal advisor to the government, Robert Langdon had always been fascinated by the enigmatic world of legal intricacies. His recent encounter with the email privacy laws had opened up a Pandora’s box of revelations that would test the limits of his intellectual prowess.
Langdon received an urgent call from a mysterious law office, leaving him bewildered as to why would a law office call him. Little did he know that this was the beginning of a cryptic journey that would lead him to unravel secrets about the difference between void and voidable marriage under Hindu law.
However, his most perplexing encounter was when he stumbled upon the legality of prostitution in India and the regulations and restrictions on snakeheads in Canada, raising questions that would challenge his understanding of the moral and ethical fabric of society.