Day: July 8, 2020

Extradition

July 8, 2020

Extradition Author: Abhay Saxena, Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College, Pune Introduction: Extradition is an act where one country delivers a person accused of committing a crime to another country, over to the law enforcement agencies. It is a process of cooperation between the two countries and depends on the arrangements made by them. An extradition […]

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Continental Shelf

July 8, 2020

Author: Manan Agrawal CONTINENTAL SHELF What is Continental Shelf? Continental Shelf is the submerged part of the landmass of a continent into the sea. It’s an edge of the continent that lies underneath. Though under the sea, it forms part of the continent. Geologically, it is defined as an immersed extension of a coastal state. […]

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Law of the sea

July 8, 2020

LAW OF THE SEA Author: Yukti Gupta    1.WHAT IS LAW OF THE SEA It is a well-known fact that since time immemorial ‘SEA’ or ‘OCEANS’ has been fundamental to human life as it consists of numerous uncontrolled natural resources underneath its vast body of waters. The fact that such a body of waters is […]

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Interim order

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj Interim Order Introduction Law can be broadly categorized into two types: Substantive law, that is, the laws by which duties, rights, and liabilities are defined e.g. Indian Penal Code and Procedural law i.e., the law that prescribes the mode by which the application of the substantive law is to be regulated e.g. […]

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Irregular proceedings

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj IRREGULAR PROCEEDINGS Introduction to Law The rules which a particular country or a community recognizes or implements to as regulate the actions of the members of the society and may be enforced by the imposition of penalties is called a law. A law may be divided into two types:- Substantive Law i.e., […]

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International Court of Justice (ICJ)

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj International Court of Justice (ICJ) Introduction: To solve international disputes, a need for the establishment of a Permanent Court was felt at the First Hague Conference. In the Second Hague Peace Conference, a proposal by the USA was given for the establishment of such a court. After the culmination of a long […]

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Bandhua mukti morcha v Union of India

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj, Bandhua Mukti Morcha v Union of India : Case Comment Bench:   Bhagwati, P.N. Petitioner/Appellant: Bandhua Mukti Morcha Respondent: Union of India Year of Judgement: 1984 Facts: The petitioner (appellant), a social cause organization, approached the Supreme Court through a letter under Article 32  (i.e. to sought the issuance of a Writ of […]

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Relief against parties and persons under the specific relief act.

July 8, 2020

Author: Meenakshi Raj, Relief against parties and person under the Specific Relief Act Introduction- Since the dawn of human civilization, violation of a person’s rights has been a baffling problem. There is hardly any society that is without a problem of rights being violated. It is a violation of law in which injury is caused […]

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