Tag «indian constitutional law»

Jurisdiction of Criminal Courts

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EX. OF S.178:- A injures B in Jodhpur and due to which B dies in Pali. A can be tried whether in Jodhpur or Pali in the court of competent court jurisdiction. SECTION 177:- ORDINARY PLACE OF TRIAL AND INQUIRY. Every offence shall be ordinarily inquired and tried by a court within whose court jurisdiction …

Information to the Police and Their Powers

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SECTION 154:- INFORMATION IN COGNIZABLE CASES (FIR) Information relating to commission of cognizable offence if given really orally to SHO shall be reduced to writing by him or under his direction and be read over to the information & signed by the informant and substance shall be entered in book to be kept by such …

Arbitration and Conciliation Act,1996

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The custom to solve the dispute by way of arbitration and conciliation is being of allowed from the past. Disputes were solved in villages either at chaupal or by negotiation of prestigious people. Before the beginning of formal administration of justice, arbitration and conciliation were the major sources of administration of justice. Chief justice sir …

Legal Maxims

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Ab initio- From the beginning. Actus reus- Wrongful act. Ad interim- In the meantime. Alibi- A plea by a person accused of an offence that he was elsewhere, Plea of being elsewhere. Amicus curiae- One who voluntarily or on the invitation of the court and not on the instruction of any party helps the court …

Latest Judgements by Supreme Court of India – Part 2

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Important Judgement Of Supreme Court 1. Navtez Singh Johar vs. Union of India NAZ Foundation case to be reconsidered; matter referred to a larger bench 2. Disabled Right Group vs. Union of India Not making adequate provisions to facilitate proper education to person with disabilities amounts to discrimination 3. State of Jharkhand vs. Hindustan Construction …

Arrest of Person Under CRPC

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Sec.41: When the police officer may arrest: Arrest: Physical control upon any person by Police Officer, Magistrate or any other private person as per the procedure prescribed in law. Any police officer may without an order from a Magistrate and without a warrant, arrest any person: Who commence cognizable offence in the presence of a …

Maintenance of wife

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Dharmashastra has described the maintenance of wife child and parents a moral duty of every person. Manusmriti has said to the extent that: Every person should maintain his wife minor child and parents even after performing a hundred obligations. Law also provides for the maintenance of persons. Right to the maintenance of wife children and …

The Union Executive And Council Of Ministers

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In India, the constitution establishes a Parliamentary sort of government. The essence of the Parliamentary type of government is that the head of the state is the constitutional head of the real Union Executive powers are vested in the council of Ministers. The prime minister is the head of the Council of Ministers. Though the …

Doctrine of Indoor Management

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The doctrine of Indoor Management plays an important role in the company. There are two important documents of the company name, Memorandum of Association and Article of Association. Both these documents become public documents after incorporation or registration of the company. Any person can inspect or obtain a copy of them. Persons dealing with the …

Municipal Law and International Law

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In generally it is Notionally accepted that the state Municipal Law control the conduct of individual within the state will in international law controls the relation of nations. but now this concept has changed now the scope of international law has increased and it not only determines and control the relation of state but also …