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What are Human Rights?

What are Human Rights? What are Human Rights? Human Rights are inalienable fundamental rights to which an individual is inherently entitled simply because he or she...

Extortion- Section 383 (Definition & Meaning)

Extortion- Section 383 (Definition & Meaning) Extortion- Section 383 (Definition & Meaning) Whoever intentionally puts any person in a fear of any kind of injury to...

Hurt & Grievous Hurt – (Definition, Meaning, Difference)

  Hurt & Grievous Hurt – (Definition, Meaning, Difference) Hurt & Grievous Hurt – (Definition, Meaning, Difference)     Hurt- Section -319 Whoever causes bodily pain,...

ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT -1996

ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT -1996 ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT, 1996   INTRODUCTION AND OBJECT OF THE ACT- The Law of Arbitration is enumerated in the arbitration and conciliation...

Fundamental Duties – (Need, Importance & Types)

Fundamental Duties - (Need, Importance & Types) Fundamental Duties - (Need, Importance & Types) Fundamental Duties - Need and Importance - Like Fundamental Rights are important for...

Citizenship (Meaning & Classification/Types)

Citizenship (Meaning & Classification/Types) What is the Meaning of a Citizenship? A Citizenship is  a legal status acquired by a person. Citizenship is often acquired by...

Causes of Crime – Indian Kanoon

Causes of Crime What are the causes of crime? There are various causes of crime. Which are described officially are stated below...

Difference between Inquiry and Investigation

Difference between Inquiry and Investigation INQUIRY - Inquiry is a process which is brought in motion for the...

White Collar Crimes (Meaning & Definition)

White Collar Crimes (Meaning & Definition) White Collar Crimes (Meaning & Definition) What are White Collar Crimes? The violation of law committed by a person or group...

Penology (Meaning, definition, Characteristics)

Penology (Meaning, definition, Characteristics) Penology (Meaning, definition, Characteristics) What is Penology? What are its characteristics? Penology is the study of punishment in its relation to crime. It...

Schools of Criminology

Schools of Criminology TYPES OF SCHOOLS UNDER CRIMINOLOGY - There are certain schools that are formed under Criminology. These are - Demonological or...

Criminology ( Meaning and definition)

Criminology ( Meaning and definition) What is Criminology?  Criminology in its literal sense means, "a systematic study of the criminals". Criminology is that science which talks...

Case Study- Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Raj Narain, AIR 1975

 Indira Nehru Gandhi (Petitioner) v. Raj Narain & Another (Respondent) CASE NUMBER - Review Petition in Civil Appeal Nos. 887 and 909 of 1975. EQUIVALENT CITATION - 1976- (003)-SCC-0321-SC-1977-AIR-0069-SC DATE...

Contract (Defined)

   Contract (Definition)   The term Contract has been defined under Section 2 (h) of the Indian Contract Act ,1872. It defines a Contract as an Agreement...

Writ- (defined & Explained)

Writ-  (defined & Explained)  A Writ is a formal written order issued by a government entity and this government entity is mostly the Court in...

Ex Parte (Defined & Explained)

Ex Parte (Defined & Explained) Ex Parte means making an application to the Court without giving a notice to the other side. The other party...

Difference Between Compoundable & Non-Compoundable Offenses [Updated]

Difference Between Compoundable & Non-Compoundable Offenses Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973     Difference Between Compoundable Offenses and Non-Compoundable Offenses Compoundable Offenses - Compoundable Offense are...

Easement (defined & explained)

Easement (defined & explained) An easement gives one person a non-possessory right to go on to another person's real property without possessing it. That property...

Domicile ( definition & explanation)

Domicile ( definition & explanation) A domicile is the residence of a person which is fixed and permanent to which he returns or intends to...

Deponent ( definition & explanation)

Deponent ( definition & explanation) A person who under an oath or affirmation, gives an affidavit or disposition. A deponent is a person who gives...

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