Category «Notes»

Foreign Aid – Notes

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  Foreign aid is economic technical or military aid by one Nation to another for the purpose of Relief and rehabilitation for economic stabilization or for mutual defense. Foreign aid term refers to transfer or resources for e.g loan, grants or technical assistance from rich to poor countries or from international institutions, international agencies like …

Transfer of Property Act – Notes

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This case is based on Section 135 and section 13 of the Transfer of Property Act. Section thirteen underneath Transfer of property Act 1882 – Transfer for good thing about the unknown person. Where, on a transfer of property, an interest therein is created for the benefit of a person not in existence at the …

Governor – Notes

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  A Governor is the chief executive head of the state article 153 provides that there shall be a Governor for in-state but the same person can be appointed as a Governor for more than one state. Article 153 beneath Indian Constitution, Governors of States that is, there shall be Governor for every State: as …

The Privilege Of Legislature – Notes

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  The constitution provision regarding the privilege of legislature and parliament are identical. article 105 and 194 provides for privilege of the legislature in India. Article 105 deals with parliamentary privilege whereas article 194 deals with legislature privilege which can wear certain rights in each House of Parliament or a state legislature collectively and also …

Federalism – Notes

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  Federalism is derived from the Latin word which means treaty. In a federal constitution, there is a division of power between the federal and the state government and both are independent in their own spheres. The power in a federal system is divided as well as concentrated at some time. According to Article 1(1) …

The Parliament of India – Notes

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  Indian Constitution provides for the Parliamentary form of government in which the Parliament is not supreme but the Constitution is supreme. Parliament of India consists of three organs president the council of state (the Rajya sabha) and the house of the people (the Lok Sabha) president is not a member of either House of …

The Council Of Minister – Notes

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  Originally article 74(1) provided that there shall be a council of Minister with the Prime Minister as its head to aid and advice the president in the exercise of his functions. After the 42nd amendment, 1976, the language of articles 74(1) is as follows- There shall be a council of Minister with the Prime …

The Code of Criminal Procedure – Notes

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  The Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), the act to consolidate and amend the law related to Criminal Procedure. It was put into practice by Parliament after twenty-four years of the Republic of India as follows. Introduction: Section 1 to 5 Law can be divided into two kinds, namely, (1) …

Culpable Homicide (Section 299 and 300) – Notes

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Section 299: Definition of Culpable Homicide Whoever causes death by doing an act with the intention of causing death, or with the intention of causing such bodily injury as is likely to cause death, or with the knowledge that he is likely by such act to cause death, commits the offence of culpable homicide. The …

Of The Right Of Private Defence – Notes

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Law experts opine that if he is attacked or his property is being damaged by someone he should defend and protect his property which is known as private defence. It by doing so any person is caused damage, the law provides protection to such person who caused damage in defending or protecting himself or respectively. …