Legal Articles

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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Oral Evidence

July 31, 2020

ORAL EVIDENCE Author: Amit Singh INTRODUCTION According to Indian evidence act 1872, Evidence can be classified between Oral Evidence and Documentary Evidence, and it can be proved by oral evidence of fact or by documentary evidence, it means there are two ways of proving a fact. First One is by produced witnesses of fact, which […]

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Summary Trial

July 31, 2020

SUMMARY TRIAL (S.260-265)] Author: Amit Singh Introduction What is Summary Trial? Summary trials are quickly disposed of and with the basic procedure of recording the trials. A summary trial is established on the legal maxim ‘justice delayed is justice denied’. It is noted that the summary is simply in recording the proceedings and not in […]

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Submission of Death Sentence

July 31, 2020

SUBMISSION OF DEATH SENTENCE: Author: Mansi Rana, UPES Dehradun INTRODUCTION India is one of the developing countries in the world and with development, the crime rate also rises hand in hand. Though so many preventive measures have been taken, then also the crime rate is increasing day by day as the punishment is not sufficient […]

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Exclusion of Oral Evidence by Documentary Evidence

July 31, 2020

EXCLUSION OF ORAL EVIDENCE BY DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE Author: Mansi Rana, UPES Dehradun INTRODUCTION: Evidence includes everything used to determine or prove the authenticity of an assertion. Providing or obtaining evidence refers to the process of using (a) what is assumed to be true or (b) what is proven by evidence to prove the facts asserted. […]

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Marriage Certificate in India

July 31, 2020

PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING COURT MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE IN INDIA Author: Mansi Rana, UPES Dehradun What is Court Marriage? Court marriages are very different from traditional marriages, which are usually followed by all ceremonies among all family members and relatives. Court marriages are usually conducted in the presence of marriage officers. In court marriage, any two qualified […]

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Police Custody and Judicial Custody

July 31, 2020

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN POLICE CUSTODY AND JUDICIAL CUSTODY Author: Mansi Rana, UPES Dehradun Introduction : Many times, when someone is arrested or suspected of committing a crime, the police may not be able to complete the investigation within 24 hours and present the person to a magistrate. At this point in time, it is important to […]

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Abetment

July 30, 2020

Abetment Author: Ekta Varshney, A.M.U Introduction In Criminal Law, a person can be made liable only for his act( an illegal act or omission of duty) but when the act has been committed by another person who has been instigated, urged, or induced then the theory is known as of Abetment. A person who does […]

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Declaratory Degrees under Specific Relief Act

July 30, 2020

DECLARATORY DEGREES UNDER SPECIAL RELIEF ACT Author: Mansi Rana, UPES, Dehradun DECLARATORY DEGREES A declaratory decree is a decree that declares the rights of the plaintiff. This is a binding statement, according to which the court declares certain existing rights in favor of the plaintiff, and the declarative decree only exists when the plaintiff is […]

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Role of Motive, Intention and Malice in Torts

July 26, 2020

Author: Ayushi Verma Role of Motive, Intention and Malice in Torts MOTIVE A Motive signifies the person’s state of mind. It means the ulterior reason for the conduct. It is different from intention. As a general rule, the motive is not relevant to determine a person’s liability in the Law of Torts. A wrongful act […]

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