Key Takeaways Section 171 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 established The National Anti-Profiteering Authority. The objective of the authority is to guarantee that all stakeholders benefit equally from GST and to boost consumer trust. ..
Key Takeaways Forensic science is the use of science in the examination of criminal and civil laws, as guided by legal criteria of acceptable evidence and criminal process. Forensic evidence analysis is utilized in the investigation and prosecution o ..
Key Takeaways The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a statutory body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing the Competition Act, 2002. The Commission consists of one Chairperson and six Members who shall be appointed by the Centr ..
Key Takeaways Indian Airships Act of 1911 was country’s first legislation in the aviation sector. The Aircraft Act of 1934 replaced the Airships Act and became the primary piece of legislation in the aviation sector. The Aircraft Amendment Bill ..
Key Takeaways Bailment is the legal transfer of property or commodities from a bailor to a bailee, who forfeits possession but not ownership. A bailee must desire to physically possess the bailable property in order to create a bailment. Chapter IX o ..
Key Takeaways Transfer of Property Act regulates property transfer in India. Section 122 of TPA provides provisions relating to Gifts. Gifts can be revoked under certain specific conditions.IntroductionThe sale, mortgage, lease, exchange, and gift ar ..
Key Takeaways Section 84 of the Indian Penal Code deals with persons of unsound mind. Unsoundness of mind is included in the general exceptions. Sections 328 to 339 of the Code of Criminal Procedure covers provisions regarding accused persons of unso ..
Key Takeaways Chapter V of the Code for Criminal Procedure grants police officers the power to arrest. Chapter XI of the CrPC, particularly Section 151 grants police officers the authority to make preventive arrests to avert a cognizable offense. A p ..
Key Takeaways The enactment of anti-terrorism laws began post-independence due to the rising number of insurgencies in India. Foreign terrorists apprehended within India can be prosecuted under Section 121 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. The Unlawful ..
Key Takeaways LGBTQI+ relationships have been documented in India’s rich history at different time periods. Consenting Same-Sex Relationships were decriminalised by the Supreme Court in 2018. There is still a lack of safeguards in areas such as ..