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Difference between Contingent Contract & Wagering Agreement

Difference between Contingent Contract & Wagering Agreement Difference between Contingent Contract & Wagering Agreement CONTINGENT CONTRACT - Contingent Contract...

Difference between Theft & Extortion

Difference between Theft & Extortion Difference between Theft & Extortion THEFT- CONSENT - In Theft the accused takes the...

Murder- Section 300 Definition, Meaning, Exceptions

Murder- Section 300 Definition, Meaning, Exceptions, Punishment- Section 302   When a Person is said to have been committed the crime of Murder and what...

Rioting- Section 146, 147, 148

Rioting- Section 146, 147, 148 Rioting – Section 146 (Definition) Whenever any force or violence is used by an unlawful assembly, or by any member, in...

Case Study – K.M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra

Case Study - K.M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra K.M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra Name of the Case - K.M. Nanavati v....

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,...

Difference between Inquiry and Investigation

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

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...

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...

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...

Delegatus non potest delegare ( Definition & Explanation)

Delegatus non potest delegare ( Definition & Explanation) This is a Latin term which means- a delegate cannot delegate. A person to whom an authority or...

Classes of Criminal Courts

Classes of Criminal Courts Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973   Classes of Criminal Courts under CrPc - Section 6 of the Code specifies the classes...

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...

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...

Contract of guarantee, surety, principal debtor and creditor (Defined)

Contract of guarantee, surety, principal debtor and creditor (Defined) Section 126, under Chapter VIII of The Indian Contract Act, 1872 defines the Contract of guarantee,...

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...

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...

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