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Insult, Annoyance and Criminal Intimidation a P...

Insult, Annoyance and Criminal Intimidation a Penal Offence

  • Criminal
  • Author:Suwaiba
  • 29/11/2018
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Criminal law in India is codified under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. The Indian Penal Code is regarded as a substantive law while as the Code of Criminal Procedure is regarded as the procedural law. The Indian Penal Code in layman’s language makes ce...

Know About Your Non-Contractual Legal Obligations

Know About Your Non-Contractual Legal Obligations

  • Divorce
  • Author:Suwaiba
  • 27/11/2018
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  A contract as we all know is an agreement enforceable by law. An agreement between two or more people creating obligations is regarded as a contract in a legal sense. However, there are certain relationships which resemble a contact but are not contracts in the pure legal sense. The best ...

An Overview of Hindu Law in India

An Overview of Hindu Law in India

  • Family
  • Author:Suwaiba
  • 19/11/2018
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Religion plays a vital role in everyone’s life and the importance of religion is also witnessed through the personals laws in force. Hindu law has its sources in one of the most ancient scriptures of Hindu mythology. The sources of Hindu law include Shruti, Smriti, digests, commentaries, an...

Punishments for Offences against the Property a...

Punishments for Offences against the Property and the Indian Penal Code

  • Property
  • Author:Suwaiba
  • 12/11/2018
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Offences committed against the property are of various types and each offence has been made punishable under the Indian Penal Code. Under the code, each offence has been made punishable with a different punishment depending upon the heinousness of the offence. The Code lays down a specific punis...

Know all About Dishonest Misappropriation of Pr...

Know all About Dishonest Misappropriation of Property

  • Criminal
  • Author:Suwaiba
  • 01/11/2018
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As discussed earlier, criminal law is a branch of public law and the Indian Penal Code lays down the acts and omission that amount to a crime. However, it is important to note that the term crime has nowhere been defined in the Indian Penal Code. Thus, making it a debatable question. Best crimin...

Dacoity an Offence against the Property

Dacoity an Offence against the Property

  • Property
  • Author:suwaiba
  • 31/10/2018
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The criminal law of India is codified under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. The Indian Penal Code is known as the substantive law while as the Criminal Procedure Code is known as the procedural law. The provisions laid down under the Indian Penal Code are of gre...

Offences against the Property and the Law

Offences against the Property and the Law

  • Criminal
  • Author:Suwaiba
  • 14/11/2018
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It is well known to all that criminal law is a branch of public law and in every criminal proceeding state is a party and not the victim. The reason is that when a crime is committed it is said to have been committed against the society at large and not only against the specific victim. It is of...

Features of Federalism and India a Federal State

Features of Federalism and India a Federal State

  • Documentation
  • Author:Suwaiba
  • 25/10/2018
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Federalism is a form of Government where the powers are divided between the center and the states. It is a system of dual government one at the central level which usually looks after the major affairs of the country and one at the state level which looks after the local and regional affairs. Top...

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