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FRAUD (Meaning & Definition)

FRAUD (Meaning & Definition) FRAUD (Meaning & Definition) Section 17 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 explains and defines the term "Fraud". In law, the term...

Adjournment (Meaning & Definition)

A   Adjournment (Meaning & Definition) An Adjournment in law is a suspension of proceedings to another time or place by a judge. An adjournment is an...

Audi alteram partem – Meaning

A Audi alteram partem- Meaning This is a Latin phrase, which means, "hear the other side too". This rule is a Rule of Law and a...

Amicus Curiae – Meaning & Definition

A Amicus Curiae - Meaning & Definition Who is an Amicus Curiae? Amicus Curiae - Meaning & Definition - The term "Amicus Curiae", literally means, 'Friend of Court'....

Affidavit- Meaning & definition

Affidavit- Meaning & definition What is an Affidavit? (Meaning & Definition)- An affidavit is a written sworn statement of fact which is voulantarily made by the...

MEANING OF WRITS

MEANING OF WRITS   Meaning of a Writ?     A Writ is a formal written order issued by a government entity and this government entity is mostly...

Indian Evidence Act, 1872- Confessions- Explained

Indian Evidence Act, 1872- Confessions- Explained Indian Evidence Act, 1872- Confessions- Explained What is a Confession under India Evidence Act? The term Confession has been defined under...

Actus Reus Non Facit Reum Nisi Mens Sit Rea

Actus Reus Non Facit Reum Nisi Mens Sit Rea Actus Reus Non Facit Reum Nisi Mens Sit Rea An act does not make a defendant guilty...

The Indian Contract Act, 1872- Coercion-defined

The Indian Contract Act, 1872- Coercion-defined     The Indian Contract Act, 1872- Coercion-defined What is Coercion? (Definition)-   Section 15 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 defines Coercion. ‘Coercion’...

Indian Evidence Act,1872- Admissions- Meaning, definition & Evidentiary value

Indian Evidence Act,1872- Admissions- Meaning, definition & Evidentiary value   Indian Evidence Act,1872- Admissions ADMISSIONS- (Definition & Meaning)-   Section 17 of the Indian Evidence Act defines Admissions, according...

Indian Kanoon – Consent, Free Consent Defined

    Indian Kanoon - Consent, Free Consent Defined     What is a Consent?(Defined)-   Section 13 of the Indian Contract Act 1872, defines Consent. As per section 13, a...

What is a Contract? How is it Formed? Its essential elements

What is a Contract? How is it Formed? Its essential elements   What is a Contract? How is it Formed? Its essential elements   ...

Meaning and Types of Writs

  MEANING AND TYPES OF WRITS     Meaning of a Writ?  A Writ is a formal written order issued by a government entity and...

THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1973

     TOPIC- PLEA BARGAINING Introduction and Meaning of Plea bargaining-  Plea bargaining is a concept widely recognized in the United States...

Criminal Procedure Code- Anticipatory Bail

 THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE,1973   Topic- Anticipatory Bail  What is an Anticipatory Bail and when granted?   Section 438 of Cr.p.c deals with the provisions of an...

Negotiable instruments- Meaning, Types & Differences

BANKING LAWS THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT,1881  NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS {UPDATED}   INTRODUCTION: What is a Negotiable Instrument?   A Negotiable Instrument is that document that includes a ‘promise to pay’ a...

Plaint under CPC: Particulars, Procedure, Admission & Rejection

Plaint under CPC: Particulars, Procedure, Admission & Rejection   A plaint is a legal document which contains the written statement of the plaintiff’s claim. A plaint...

Top 20 Landmark Judgments On Dowry in India- A Must to Know

  1.    Kamesh Panjiyar @ kamlesh Panjiyar vs. State of Bihar (2005) 2 SCC 388 Facts In this case the Jaikali Devi (deceased) was married to...

Decree Under CPC: Meaning, Types, Amendment & Differences

Decree Under CPC: Meaning, Types, Amendment & Differences   What is a decree? A decree specifically means an announcement of the legal consequences of a particular...

Important features of the Indian Evidence Act

THE LAW OF EVIDENCE THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT 1872   THE MOST IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT TO BE KNOWN BY A LAW STUDENT-...

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