Day: August 1, 2020

Facts which need not to be proved

August 1, 2020

Author: Akshat Garg FACTS WHICH NEED NOT BE PROVED Section 56 to 58 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 lays down provisions relating to facts which need not be proved. Here are the facts which should not be proved in any court of law. 1. FACTS JUDICIALLY NOTICEABLE NEED NOT BE PROVED (SECTION- 56): Section 56 […]

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Abetment: Detailed Notes

August 1, 2020

ABETMENT Author: Akshat Garg INTRODUCTION Law keeps a check on human behavior. It categorizes them into criminal and non-criminal behaviours. However, every non-criminal behaviour even something as simple as buying a knife for your kitchen becomes criminal when there are criminal intentions behind it. The concept of abetment widens the horizons of criminal law to incorporate […]

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Trial of Summon Cases

August 1, 2020

TRIAL OF SUMMON CASES Author: Amisha Jain INTRODUCTION: The Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 as the name itself suggests, is a law that deals with the criminal procedure. In this article, we will study about Summon and the procedure relating to the trial of Summon cases before the Magistrate. The term ‘Summon’ is defined under sec […]

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Rape under IPC

August 1, 2020

RAPE  Author: Akshat Garg INTRODUCTION Rape is one of India’s most common crimes against women. It is reported that every 20 min, a woman is raped in India. The majority of reports reveal that female youth are a vulnerable group for rape victimization. According to experts, only 10% of rapes are reported, and the conviction […]

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Trial before Sessions Court

August 1, 2020

TRIAL BEFORE SESSION COURT Author: Akshat Garg INTRODUCTION Sessions Court is the court that deals with criminal cases at a district level. To be more precise, it deals with the more serious warrant cases. It cannot take cognizance directly of any offense except in cases of defamation as given u/s 199 of CrPC. In rest […]

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Death Warrant

August 1, 2020

DEATH   WARRANT      INTRODUCTION: India is a developing country with an increasing rate of crime. There are various laws in India to regulate or stop crimes, even after having these laws the crime rate in India is still increasing because the punishments are not sufficient for the crimes. All the punishments have some motive […]

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Kidnapping and Abduction

August 1, 2020

Kidnapping and Abduction Author: Amisha Jain INTRODUCTION: Kidnapping and Abduction are particular types of offences against the human body. They are defined under Sec. 359 to 374 of Indian Penal Code, 1870. Under these offences a person is taken away secretly or forcibly against the will of the person or against the will of the […]

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Difference between legal heir and nominee

August 1, 2020

Difference between legal heir and nominee Author: Amit Singh Who is a nominee?  According to law, a nominee is a trustee and not the owner of the assets. He is only a guardian of your assets. The nominee will only hold your asset as a trustee and will be legally bound to transfer it to […]

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Mischief under IPC

August 1, 2020

Mischief Author: Amit Singh Introduction Mischief is defined in Section 425 and of the Indian Penal Code. Section 426 prescribes the punishment thereof. Section 427 to 440, in which gravity of the offense is aggravated owing to the greater value of wrongful loss or damage of the property than in ordinary cases of mischief. In […]

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