Author: Akash

Origin and Development of Human Rights Origin and development of human rights in India means all the rights which are inherent in their nature and without such rights they cannot live as human beings. Human Rights Day is celebrated on the 10th of December. Origin and development of human rights in India can be seen in the year 539 BC i.e. the time of Ancient Greece. And, the formal development of Human Rights Law has taken centuries to evolve. In the 13th century, the Charter of Magna Carta was the first of its kind document to introduce the term Human…

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Best Books on Jurisprudence Best Books on jurisprudence for LLB students that are recommended by some of the top scholars and researchers of the Law of Jurisprudence. These best books on jurisprudence law are important for law students who are appearing in their upcoming semesters. Also, these books on the law of jurisprudence were recommended for various PG Entrance Exams like CLAT, AILET, LSAT, BHUC(PET) or UGC NTA NET/SET etc. 1. Jurisprudence and Legal Theory by Dr. V.D. Mahajan The “Jurisprudence and Legal Theory” by Dr V.D. Mahajan is one of the most recommended books on jurisprudence by various scholars…

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Books on Contract Law Books on Contract Law – A list of the Best Books on Law of Contract has been provided in this article. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 is the primary subject for every law student and this subject is mainly taught to law students in the initial years either 1st or 2nd semester of the LL.B. degree course in our Law School. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 primarily deals with the General Principles of Contract, Essential Elements of a Valid Contract, Agreements of Contract contract, Contingent Contracts, Quasi Contracts, Discharge of Contract, Remedies for Breach of Contract, Special Contract etc. Best Books on…

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Who can Cross a Cheque? has been discussed briefly in this article. A cheque is nothing but a bill of exchange which is drawn upon a specified banker and payable on demand. There are two types of cheques; Open Cheques An open cheque is nothing but a cheque which is payable in cash across the counter of a bank. Crossed Cheque A crossed cheque is a cheque in which two parallel transverse lines with or without the words “& Co.” are drawn and the payment of such cheques can be obtained only through a banker. Thus, crossing a cheque is a…

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Taken on Board Application Format Taken on board application format has been provided under this article. We have provided the taken on board application in court in PDF format, you can download this format which is given below; IN THE COURT OF____________________________________________AT___________________ R.C.S. No._____/2023 Mr.____________________ VERSUS Mr.____________________ Application for Taken on Board Herein, The Plaintiff Most Humbly Showeth As Under; MAY IT PLEASE YOUR HONOUR HENCE IT IS PRAYED That by allowing the application the matter may kindly be taken on today’s board in the interest of justice. Date:                                                                …

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This article on International Environmental Crime is written by Shrishti Chauhan, pursuing B.A.LL.B. from Christ (deemed to be) University. International Environmental Crime: Introduction According to the INTERPOL-UNEP Report 2016, in international environmental crimes, illegal activities that involve the environment, biodiversity or natural resources are often lucrative and involve comparatively low risks for criminals[1]. Some countries’ prioritisation of environmental crimes has resulted in a lack of proper and proportionate official response. Abuse of the environment increasingly crosses international boundaries. However, few customary norms and domestic laws effectively penalise international environmental malfeasance due to the old international law of territoriality. In light of…

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The concept of the Law of Torts is to redress a wrong done to a person and provide relief from the wrongful acts of others. A tort is a civil wrong that causes a claimant to suffer loss or harm, resulting in legal liability for the person who commits the tortious act. Module – I Nature & Definition of Tort Module – II Negligence, Nuisance & Nervous Shock Module – III Defamation, Trespass, Malicious Prosecution Module – IV Strict, Absolute & Vicarious Liability Module – V Remedies under the Law of Torts Referred Books

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Article 1 of the Constitution of India Article 1 of the Constitution of India specifically deals with the name and territory of the Union. Article 1 of the Indian Constitution has been enumerated in Part – I The Union and Its Territories. This part of the Constitution of India contains the law establishment, renaming, merging or altering the borders of the States or Union Territories. It also defines the terms Union/Central Government/Government of India, States, Territory of India, Territory of State, Union Territories and Acquired Territories which are used frequently in the Constitution. Article 1 of the Constitution of India…

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