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Supreme Court Collegium: Moulding Traditional Process to Necessary Needs.

March 15, 2019

Supreme Court Collegium: Moulding Traditional Process to Necessary Needs Author : Harshit Sharma, Amity Law School, M.P.   Introduction “It takes one to know one.” Meaning that people who behave in a certain way or have certain character traits are better at recognizing such qualities in the people around them because they themselves have such qualities.[i] […]

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Bail Bond

March 14, 2019

BAIL BOND Author : Geet Jain from a final year Law student from Indore Institute of Law   Introduction Bail bond is actually jotting the cash amount with the court bail designate the momentary release of a person under indictment waiting for probationary, by posting a certain sum as collateral to ensure his/her future appearance […]

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Contempt of Court : A Critical Appraisal.

March 3, 2019

Contempt of Court: A Critical Appraisal Author: Harshit Sharma, Amity Law School,  M P.   Introduction Before going into the depth analysis of Contempt of Court and the laws which governs the same concept, we must first have a look at the diverse meaning of contempt and its utility in the field of law. In general […]

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How to register LLC in India.

February 27, 2019

HOW TO REGISTER LLC IN INDIA AUTHOR : DEEPALI JAIN, VIVEKANANDA INSTITUE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES, PITAMPURA.   Meaning of LLC   A limited liability company (LLC) An LLC is not a corporation in and of itself; it is a legal form of a company that provides limited liability to its owners in many jurisdictions. LLCs are well known for the flexibility […]

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Dowry- A darker side of India.

February 21, 2019

DOWRY – A DARK SIDE OF INDIA By: Sahaj Karan Singh “Any other dowry, which the self-willed manmukhs offer for show, is only false egotism and a worthless display. O my father, please give me the Name of the Lord God as my wedding gift a dowry”. Guru Granth Sahib Ji, page79 Introduction Marriages is […]

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Arrest how made, Arrest by Magistrate and Procedure for Investigation (Detailed Discussion).

February 18, 2019

Arrest how made, Arrest by Magistrate and Procedure for Investigation. Arrest, Right of Arrestee and Procedure of Investigation   Author: Mr. Krishna Murari Yadav Assistant Professor, LC-I, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi.     LL.B. DU Question 6(a)– 2017) (1)When may a police officer arrest without warrant? (2)What are the rights available to an […]

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Last 14 years solved UGC net question paper for free.

February 8, 2019

Last 14 years solved UGC net question paper for free. Download Credits    

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Electronic voting machine (E.V.M)

February 7, 2019

ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE Author: Ms Swati Rai.   Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) is a simple automated device used to record votes in place of ballot papers and boxes which were used earlier in the conventional voting system. Fundamental right to vote or simply voting in elections expresses the basis of democracy. All earlier elections be […]

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Arrest and Custody.

February 6, 2019

Author: Mr. Krishna Murari Yadav Assistant Professor, LC-I, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi. Custody and Arrest Arrest Meaning of Arrest – In the case of State of Haryana vs. Dinesh Kumar (2008) Supreme Court observed, “The expression arrest has neither been defined in the Code of Criminal Procedure nor in the Indian Penal Code […]

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Dishonour of cheques in Indian Law.

February 2, 2019

DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES IN INDIAN LAW Author: Ms. Kritika Goyal, Amity Law School, Delhi. Dishonour of cheque is a criminal offence in India and is punishable by law with imprisonment up to two years or with the monetary penalty or with both. A cheque contains a mandate of the drawer to pay some specific amount of money […]

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Testimony and Affidavit.

January 30, 2019

Differences between Testimony and affidavit Author: Ms. Kritika Goyal, Amity Law School, Delhi. Affidavit Affidavit is a term commonly used when dealing with the procedural aspect of any judicial or legislative matter.  An affidavit is a willingly made declaration as the existence of certain things and the person stating them, puts them in writings signs it and […]

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Who can be an expert witness & different types of expert witness.

January 28, 2019

WHO CAN BE AN EXPERT WITNESS: DEFINITION, CHARACTERISTICS AND SCOPE OF DUTIES. The question of who can be an expert witness will best be answered by first knowing what an expert witness means. An expert witness can be anyone with advanced knowledge and experience of a particular discipline beyond that expected of a novice. The duty […]

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A Legal Insight into the world of Voodooism, Black Magic and Witchcraft.

January 20, 2019

Author: Pranjjall Sharma, Law Student, 3rd Year “Woman branded a witch, nose chopped off in Bihar.” “Dalit girl’s death, cops suspect human sacrifice.” “Man arrested for human sacrifice, skeletons found at his house.” “Father sacrifices his own daughter to attain greater wealth.” How does reading these headlines make you feel? Angry, agitated or disgusted with […]

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Dowry Death : Laws, Effects, Causes : Know your Rights.

January 18, 2019

Dowry practice in India Author: Dhruvi Bambal, DU. Marriages have been the part of our civilization since time infinite. Economics of dowry runs on the transmission of wealth from one family to the other.  In the bride-wealth, a shift of the money/ wealth from the family of the husband to the house of the girl for […]

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