law

SHOULD ABORTION BE BANNED WORLDWIDE ?

The discussion about whether abortion ought to be a legitimate alternative keeps on isolating individuals. Some are agreeable to it while others are against it. However, prior to going to the determination we should investigate it’s advantages and disadvantages. ADVANTAGES: 1.There are a few contentions that one forward on the […]

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5 Writs in Indian Constitution

Know about how to voice for your rights, legal bounds, and solve wrong conducts or mistakes by legal officials. Writs! What do you mean by writs? In common law, a writ is a formal written order issued by a body with administrative or judicial jurisdiction; in modern usage, this body […]

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Rights Of An Agent

An “agent” is a person employed to do any act for another, or to represent another in dealing with third persons. The person for whom such an act is done, or who is so represented, is called the “principal”. Section 182 of the act defines the terms “Agent” and “Principal”. […]

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Rights of Pawnee and Pawnor

The bailment of goods as a security for payment of a debt or performance of promise is called ‘pledge’. The person with whom the goods are pledged is known as ‘Pawnee’ or Pledgee’. The person pledging the goods is known as ‘Pawnor’. The rights of the pledgee or pawnee are […]

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Legal Positivism

Etymologically, The term positivism is derived from Latin ponere, positum, meaning “to put”. “Positive law” is that which is man-made, i.e., defined formally. Legal positivism is a school of thought of analytical jurisprudence developed largely by legal philosophers during the 18th and 19th centuries, such as Jeremy Bentham and John Austin.While Bentham and Austin developed legal positivist theory, empiricism provided the theoretical […]

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Covid -19, Society and Law

Introduction Humankind is going through a new and unprecedented experience with the rapidly spreading Covid-19 pandemic. We still do not know who ‘patient zero’, the first person to be infected and transmit it to others, was. The severity of this virus, which has caught the world by surprise, lies not […]

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Doctrine of Notice

INTRODUCTION The concept of Notice for the purpose of The Transfer of Property is given under Section 3 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (TPA). Notice means to have knowledge of something i.e. to know something. In law, it means knowledge of a fact. It is used to decide on […]

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Anatula Sudhakar v. P. Buchi Reddy

Statement of Facts This appeal for special leave is by the defendant in a suit for permanent injuction. Puli Chandra Reddy and Puli Buchi Reddy were the plaintiffs in the said suit. Both the plaintiffs claimed to be the respective owners in possession of the said two sites having purchased […]

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State of Haryana v. Bhajan Lal and Others

Statement of Facts The first Respondent was a minister and subsequently Chief Minister of Haryana State. Later he became Union Minister. Bhajan Lal at the same time of the case was the Union Minister of Environment and Forests and Devi Lal was elected as the Chief Minister of the State […]

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Uniform Civil Code in India

Introduction India is a very diverse nation having several different cultures, traditions and religions. This diverse nature of India makes it a vibrant and varied country, where it reconciles different […]

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Why use colonial law even after 75 years of independence?

Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana’s remarks in open court on Thursday sends a strong message to the government that the Supreme Court is prima facie convinced that sedition is being misused by the authorities to trample upon citizens’ fundamental rights of free speech and liberty. The Chief Justice has sent a […]

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Right to repair

Right to repair is the movement started by the activist and oragination all around the world. Joe -Biden ,US president ,signed an executive order on Federal Trade Commission to institute rules to curb anticompetitive restrictions that limit consumers’ ability to repair gadgets on their own terms. The Uk too had […]

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Gandhi ji and Communal Liberty

Gandhi is an important figure in India’s national movement. A phase of our national movement is called the Gandhian Phase. Nation is defined as a people sharing a common language, history and culture and having a sense of belonging to their common identity. The idea of nation was combined with […]

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