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Arrest by Magistrate – Can a Magistrate arrest a Person?

Arrest by Magistrate - Can a Magistrate arrest a Person? Criminal Law - The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973   Arrest by Magistrate. Can a Magistrate arrest...

De facto (Definition & Explanation)

De facto (Definition & Explanation) De facto literally means "in fact" or "in reality". It is something which exist in fact although not nescessiraly approved legally....

Can a Police Officer arrest without Warrant? If yes, When?

Criminal Law - The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Can a Police Officer arrest without Warrant? If yes, When? Yes. A Police Officer under certain circumstances...

Covenant- (Defined & Explained)

Covenant- (Defined & Explained) An agreement, a contract, a written promise between two individuals which constitutes a pledge/promise to do or not to do a...

Contributory Negligence

Contributory Negligence  It is a Negligence which is not the main cause of the tort, but which combined with the act or omission of another...

Section 299 Culpable Homicide

Section 299 Culpable Homicide Section 299 Culpable Homicide Definition of Culpable Homicide - Section 299 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 Who ever causes death by committing an...

Caveat (Definition & Meaning)

Caveat (Definition & Meaning) It literally means "beware". It is a warning or a formal notice given by an interested party to a court, or...

Burden of Proof ( Meaning & Definition)

Burden of Proof ( Meaning & Definition) Burden of proof is a rule of evidence that requires a party to prove a disputed fact in...

In which Language a PIL should be Framed?

In which Language a PIL should be Framed? The basic language which is entertained and accepted by the court is English. However, the court may...

Is there a Time Frame of deciding a PIL?

Is there a Time Frame of deciding a PIL? No. There isn't any fixed time frame of deciding a PIL by the Court. However, the...

Does a Foreigner also has an authority to file a PIL?

Does a Foreigner also has an authority to file a PIL? Yes. Even Foreigners who reside in India or visiting India on visas also have...

Bill of Lading (Meaning & Definition)

Bill of Lading (Meaning & Definition) A Bill of lading is a legal document used in foreign trade, between the shipper of a particular good...

Beneficiary (Meaning & Definition)

Beneficiary (Meaning & Definition) A beneficiary is a natural person or a legal entity who receives money , profit , advantage or a gift under...

Bill of Exchange

Bill of Exchange A Bill of Exchange is  an instrument which is written and signed which requires the person to whom it is addressed to...

Theories of Punishment

Theories of Punishment (kinds of Punishment under Criminal Law) SYNOPSIS- 1) INTRODUCTION 2) THEORIES OF PUNISHMENT 1) INTRODUCTION -  A Punishment is a consequence of an offense. Punishments are...

Criminal Conspiracy Section 120A of Indian Penal Code, 1860

Criminal Conspiracy Section 120A of Indian Penal Code, 1860 Criminal Conspiracy - Definition - Section 120A - When two or more persons agree to do, or...

Types of Evidences under Indian Evidence Act, 1872

Types of Evidences under Indian Evidence Act, 1872 TYPES OF EVIDENCES There are different types of evidences under the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. These are mentioned...

Number of Public Interest Litigation’s (PIL) allowed to be filed in a Year

Number of Public Interest Litigation's (PIL) allowed to be filed in a Year   How many PIL's can be file within a year? End number of PIL...

Withdrawing of a PIL Petition by the Petitioner Is it Possible?

Withdrawing of a PIL Petition by the Petitioner Is it Possible? Can a PIL that is once file by the Petitioner once, can be withdrawn...

Format of a PIL

 Format of a PIL What is the Format of a PIL. Is there any prescribed format? No. There isn't any prescribed format for a PIL. Even...

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