Author: Akash

Rights of Arrested Person Under CrPC Rights of Arrested Person Under CrPC are conferred under the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 and the Constitution of India. All humans are born with the right to life and personal liberty etc. Human rights are enriched under the constitution of India and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The rights of arrested person cannot be denied because he/she has been detained. The Indian Judicial System is based on the concept of “innocent till proven guilty”. The arrest of a person can be a violation of Article 21 of the Constitution of India which states…

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Principles of Growth and Development Principles of Growth and Development are used interchangeably and taken as synonyms terms. After conception in the womb of a mother change occurs. change is the law of nature. A fertilized egg develops as a fetus. The cycle of charge brought about by the process of growth and development takes place in various dimensions physical, mental, social and so on. Both the terms, growth and Development can be used for any change brought about in maturation and learning.  Principles of Growth and Development are listed below; These are the principles of growth and development of human beings.…

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What is the Role of Public Prosecutor? What is the Role of Public Prosecutor in India? The main role of the public prosecutor is to assist in prosecuting criminals before the court to maintain a crime-free society. A public prosecutor is a public authority who ensures the application of the law in the interest of the public/society. Public prosecutors represent the State and not the police authority. What is the role of public prosecutor in India? It is a well-established rule in the Indian Criminal Justice System that when a crime has been committed against a specific person, it is assumed…

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Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 Notes Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 Notes have been provided in this post, it includes various methods of settling a dispute without getting into the intricacies of the court. It is a method where parties try to resolve their disputes privately in front of a third-person expert. The decision is binding on the parties like the decision of the court. Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1996 includes methods like arbitration, mediation, conciliation and negotiation. These work on the principles of justice, legal aid and speedy trial as given under Article 39A of the Indian Constitution. Even Section…

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Legal Justice Advantages and disadvantages of legal justice are a broad topic that encompasses many different areas of law and the legal systems. There are some specific areas of legal justice including criminal law, civil law and alternative forms of dispute resolution such as mediation and arbitration. Advantages and disadvantages of legal justice have been discusses as below; Advantages of Legal Justice 1) Uniformity and Certainty Legal justice assures that there is no scope for arbitrary action even if the judges had to decide according to the declared law of the State. As the law is…

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Bailable and Non Bailable Offences Bailable and non bailable offences have been explained in this article. The term “Bail” has not been defined nowhere in the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. The word “Bail” has been derived from the old French verb “Bailer” which means “to give” or “to deliver”. Bailable and non bailable offence is an important aspect of the CrPC. In India, the offences are classified into two categories; Bailable Offence Bailable offences are defined under section 2(a) of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 as “the available offences are those offences which are shown as bailable in the Schedule – I of the Code…

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Rights of Unpaid Seller have been defined under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930. In a contract, there is always a reciprocal promise which means the buyer and seller must perform their contractual obligations. Generally, in a contract of sale, a seller is under an obligation to deliver the goods and the purchaser is under an obligation to pay the requisite amount for the delivered goods i.e. quid pro quo (which means something in return). Also, this obligation can be referred to as reciprocal promise which is defined under section 2(f) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 as ‘Any set…

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What is Restitution of Conjugal Rights? What is restitution of conjugal rights? The restitution of conjugal rights allows one spouse to file a petition in a court of law for the return of conjugal rights that have been denied by the other spouse. What is restitution of conjugal rights? The restitution of conjugal rights has been specified in section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 as “When either the husband or the wife has, without reasonable excuse, withdrawn from the society of the other, the aggrieved party may apply, by petition to the district court, for restitution of conjugal rights and…

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