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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...

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...

Can a Private Person himself Arrest the accused?

Can a Private Person himself Arrest the accused? Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Can a Private Person himself Arrest the accused ? If...

Which Court has the power and authority to try offenses?

Which Court has the power and authority to try offenses Criminal Law - The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973   Which are the Courts having the power...

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...

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...

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