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Short, on point, interesting Law Notes about relevant topic talking about differences, definitions, explanations etc. Must read for law students all over the world.

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Non Legal Ways to Fix and Save a Broken Marriage Strengths Of A Person, Directive Principles, Law Notes, Broken Marriage, Interpersonal Relationship, Family Issues, Saving A Marriage, Counseling

Non Legal Ways to Fix and Save a Broken Marriage

Alternatives to Legal Remedies to Save Marriage: A few alternatives to legal remedies that can save a marriage from falling apart are Mediation and Marriage Counselling.

Trial before the Court of Session - Explained in this CrPC Law Note Law Notes, Criminal Procedure, Accusations, Trials, Reading, Reading Books

Trial before the Court of Session - Explained in this CrPC Law Note

The trial can be defined as a type of inquiry with the object to determine the guilt or innocence of the accused person. This CrPC law note tells you more.

Consent as a General Exception - Section 87 to 89, IPC Law Notes, Essential Elements, It Hurts

Consent as a General Exception - Section 87 to 89, IPC

Consent means "to agree upon the same thing in the same sense." Sections 87 to 89 of IPC says, certain acts committed with victim's consent will not be considered an offence.

Who May Obtain Specific Performance - Section 15 Specific Relief Act Law Notes, Swiss Bank, Accusations, The Covenant, Acting, Knowledge, Student, Facts

Who May Obtain Specific Performance - Section 15 Specific Relief Act

According to section 15 of the Specific Relief Act, 1963, specific performance of a contract may be obtained by: 1. any party; 2. the principle or...

Comparison Between Britain's House of Lords and USA Senate Law Notes, Lower House, House Of Lords, Money Bill, House Of Commons, Church Of England, House Of Representatives, Britain, Motivation

Comparison Between Britain's House of Lords and USA Senate

The House of Lords of Britain and the Senate of the USA are the upper Houses of their respective Parliaments. This law post compares the two.

Right of Muslim Women to Take Divorce Under Faskh Law Notes, Divorce, Marriage, Muslim Women, Love Her, Motivation, Reading, Valentines Day Weddings, Reading Books

Right of Muslim Women to Take Divorce Under Faskh

Earlier, a Muslim woman could plead for the dissolution of her marriage under the doctrine of Faskh only. Now, four modes are available to her.

5 Reasons Why Judiciary is Independent in India Law Notes, High Court Judge, Indian Constitution, India People, Losing Faith, Reading, Reading Books

5 Reasons Why Judiciary is Independent in India

What makes the independence of Judiciary in India possible? Look at these 5 reasons why the Judiciary's Independence is still honoured.

10 Reasons Why Indian Supreme Court is Independent Directive Principles, Chief Justice Of India, Law Notes, Criminal Procedure, Indian Constitution, Court Judge, Public Service, Supreme Court

10 Reasons Why Indian Supreme Court is Independent

It is important for Supreme Court to maintain its independence. These ten provisions in Indian Constitution ensure an independent Supreme Court.

Advisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court Directive Principles, Chief Justice Of India, Law Notes, Presidential Polls, High Court Judge, Judicial Review, Legal Questions, Indian Constitution, Constitutional Amendments

Advisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court

Advisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court is mentioned under Article 143, Part V of the Indian Constitution. This law note tells you more.

Important Law Amendments of 2021, 2020, 2019, and 2018 Grounds For Divorce, Indian Police Service, Law Notes, Constitutional Amendments, Union Territory, Mental Conditions, Corporate Social Responsibility, Accusations, Decision Making

Important Law Amendments of 2021, 2020, 2019, and 2018

The years 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 came up with various amendments to different Indian Acts. Amendments are the results of the current position or situation in a country. It is the mirror with which we can idealise any nation, state, or society. For example, if in a country, the amendments are taking place in their rape provisions, we can easily counter the fact that the country is dealing with increase rape cases.

102nd Constitutional Amendment Act Explained Law Notes, Constitutional Amendments, District Court, A Blessing, Acting, Student, Learning, Studying, Teaching

102nd Constitutional Amendment Act Explained

The 102nd Constitutional Amendment Act introduced Article 338B, Article 342A clause 1 & 2 and bought changes in Article 366. Learn more here.

Administrative Tribunals - Jurisdiction, Dis/Advantages, and Case Laws Court Procedures, Law Notes, Administrative Law, Judicial Review, Superior Court, District Court, Constitution, Bill Of Rights

Administrative Tribunals - Jurisdiction, Dis/Advantages, and Case Laws

Courts are overcrowded. For speedy and effective justice, part of judicial power is delegated to tribunals. They have quasi-judicial powers.

Malicious Charge of Offence under Section 211 IPC Law Notes, Love Matters, Accusations, Anti Social

Malicious Charge of Offence under Section 211 IPC

Section 211 of IPC is a bailable and a non-cognizable offence and is triable in the court of Judicial Magistrate, First Class.

Information in Cognizable Cases - Section 154 CrPC Explained Law Notes, The Informant, Information Report, Criminal Procedure, Court Order, Criminal Law, Conformity, State Government, Accusations

Information in Cognizable Cases - Section 154 CrPC Explained

A cognizable case is a case in which a police officer may act in conformity with Schedule 1 of CrPC or any other law being in force and arrest without warrant.

Mercy Petition - Article 72 and 161 of the Constitution of India Law Notes, Criminal Procedure, Judicial Review, Indian Constitution, Accusations, Love Reading, Sentences, Frases

Mercy Petition - Article 72 and 161 of the Constitution of India

A mercy petition can be submitted to the President under Article 72 of the Indian Constitution or to the Governor of state under Article 161.

Bail under Criminal Procedure Code - Sections 436 to 450 CrPC Law Notes, Criminal Procedure, Police Corruption, Superior Court, District Court, Accusations, In Writing, Constitution

Bail under Criminal Procedure Code - Sections 436 to 450 CrPC

The provisions of bail are mentioned in Chapter XXXIII of Criminal Procedure Code. This CrPC law note tells you about object and conditions of bail.