DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FIR AND CHARGE SHEET

First Information Report traditionally known as FIR, it is the beginning of the investigation; the FIR is prepared by the police officer. It can be orally or written if the person giving the information orally the police officer should write it and read it to the person who has a complaint. ...

KNOW ABOUT "ASBESTOS MESOTHELIOMA LAW"

Asbestos Mesothelioma Law is related to the personal injury law it is for the persons who are dealing with exceptional cancer. It is because of the usage of the noxious materials used in the Industries. It results in the compensation for the person who affected this cancer, to meet the medical expenses.

Competition Law in India

Competition Law is a device that to inspire competition. The scope of Competition Law differs typically across jurisdictions. Competition law is a law that seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by organizations. It is performed through the public and private application. In January 2003 came the Competition Act..

Youth Parliament and it's significance.

Youth Parliament is a new nationwide emerging level of competition which is the direct adaption of the Indian Parliamentary houses.The youth parliament in the most simple terms can be defined as an high level debate competition with the exact procedure followed by the parliamentary houses during the debate session; with the participants representing themselves as the different ministers, members of parliament...

The role of the Leader of the Opposition

In India, we have a large number of political parties. There are a few parties which have a definite socio-economic programme to work for. They have chalked out a definite framework of action to pursue the programmes and policies for which they stand. However, there are many parties which do not have any coherent programme or policy to fall back upon. Their purpose is simply to aspire to come to power by hook or crook.

Article on THE CONCEPT OF ZERO: FIR

There is a concept of “Zero-FIR”. It means that a FIR can be filed in any police station (i.e.: irrespective of place of incident/jurisdiction) and the same can be later transferred to the appropriate Police Station. However, policemen usually deny knowing about “Zero FIR” and direct the complainant to concerned Police Station.

RTI (Right To Information Act)

The Right to Information Act, simply known as RTI, is a revolutionary Act that aims to promote transparency in government institutions in India. The Act came into existence in 2005, after sustained efforts of anti-corruption activists. It is termed revolutionary because it opens government organisations up for scrutiny. Equipped with knowledge about RTI, a common man can.......

14 Interesting Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Indian Constitution

The Indian Constitution is the supreme rule-book that lays down the instructions to be followed for the governance of India. Before India was independent, the Britishers made rules which were known as Acts, the last one being the Government of India Act 1935. These acts were biased and denied many basic rights to Indian citizens. When our Constituent Assembly was formed in 1946, a lot of debates and discussions happened, before the leaders came up with the final draft of the Constitution.

IPC AND PASSPORT ISSUANCE

Unless a court of law hinders one from getting a Passport, by the fundamental right anyone can get Passport. But a court of law can seize one’s Passport and forbid the holder from going abroad until the case against him/her has been disposed of. When people who are charged with relatively less offensive sections wherein no criminal intention or mindset is reflected in the part of the accused, ...

Maternity Benefits Act, 1961

The Maternity Benefits Act, 1961 aims at regulating employment of women employees all over the country. The act provides 12 weeks as the maximum period for which any working woman shall be entitled to maternity benefit. She can avail this benefit as 6 weeks up to and including the day of her delivery and 6 weeks immediately following the day of her delivery. (Section 4)...

HUSBAND IS NOT BOUND TO PAY MAINTENANCE TO QUALIFIED WIFE WHO IS SITTING IDLE, WITH COURT ORDER

The application has been contested by the non-applicant/ husband, who in his reply has stated that the applicant/wife is a well-qualified graduate Engineer in the field of Information Technology and just after the marriage she had joined the service of a private firm and was drawing a handsome salary as initially, she was taking Rs. 5000/-pm. Nowadays she is competent and qualified to earn thousands of rupees per month. She is a qualified trained engineer and she is self stand financially in all respects....

LANDMARK JUDGMENT ON GROUNDS ON WHICH HUSBAND CAN CLAIM MAINTENANCE FROM WIFE

The learned counsel appearing for the petitioner submitted that the Court below was not justified in allowing the application. The petitioner had to resign her job and she is at present without any employment or income. Further the respondent is a well qualified person and a musician conducting music programmes and getting income.There is nothing on record to show that he is permanently disabled from doing any work as well...

IS A HUSBAND LIABLE TO PAY MAINTENANCE AFTER GETTING MUTUAL DIVORCE?

Mutual Consent Divorce is the best way to be separated in a marriage. These contain the certain important requirement for the mutual consent of the husband & wife. There are also two aspects in it that Husband & Wife have to reach a consensus. First one is the alimony or maintenance issues. According to the Law, there will be no minimum or maximum limit for maintenance. The second one is the Child Custody

LLB IS A RESPECTABLE DEGREE SAME AS MBBS AND BTECH : SC

One of the most respectable profession in the country of India is that of legal profession. But harder as it may sound there is an urgent need to revamp the entire legal education......

Difference between Regular Bail, Interim Bail & Anticipatory Bail

Difference between Regular Bail, Interim Bail & Anticipatory Bail. Regular Bail. Regular Bail is a bail that is granted by the Court to a person ...

LEGAL MAXIMS USEFUL FOR LAWYERS

Legal maxims which lawyers love to use in their daily court schedule. Budding law students should also learn these Maxims....

KEY THINGS FOR GRANTING BAIL IN NON BAILABLE OFFENCES

“Bail" is considered as a temporary release of a person who is under arrest or has already appeared before the court in exchange for a promise to appear in the court at the scheduled time. With respect to the allowance of bail, the court exercises its discretion. The court first evaluates circumstances of the specific case it also includes the doubts regarding the appearance of accused person in the trial.

UNKNOWN FACTS ABOUT ANTICIPATORY BAIL IN INDIA

The Right to various types of Freedom has been stated under Articles 19 to 22 of the Constitution of India, 1949. Article 19 gives the right to freedom of speech and expression, assembly, to travel and to stay in any part of India or practice any profession. These are not the absolute rights, but must be subjected to certain restrictions. Article 20 offers protection with respect to certain offences and acts....

ANTICIPATORY BAIL AFFIDAVIT FORMAT

Under Section 438 of the Criminal Procedure Code there is a provision for a person to seek ‘Anticipatory Bail’. This means that an individual can seek or request to get bail in anticipation or in expectation of being named or accused of having committed a non-bailable offence.

Its The Younger Generation That Has Stood By Me, Established Lawyers And Jurists Attacked Me From Every Side: Chelameswar J

While several members of the Bar stayed away from Courtroom no. 1 where Justice Chelameswar presided on his last working day, Lawyers Collective organized a reception for the outgoing Judge the same evening....