Introduction:The Competition Act, 2002 is the main topic of the article, along with its parts and goals for eliminating unfair business activities. In accordance with the Act, describe how the Competition Commission of India was founded, who served a ..
IntroductionEuthanasia, or the practice of ending a person's life in order to alleviate suffering, has a complex history in India. The practice has been debated for many years, with opinions on the issue divided. In the early 20th century, Indian ..
Introduction The power of a high court to quash an FIR (First Information Report) is known as the power of judicial review. The high court has the authority to quash an FIR if it finds that the complaint is frivolous, or if it finds that the investig ..
IntroductionPeaceful protest is a fundamental right in many countries around the world, and is often used as a means for individuals and groups to express their grievances and demands for change. The right to peaceful protest has a long history in I ..
Introduction Circumstantial evidence is evidence that suggests a fact or a set of facts from which a fact-finder can infer another fact. It is indirect evidence and does not directly prove the fact in question. For example, if a person is found with ..
Introduction: In the words of the Honorable Supreme Court, "Perfect proof is seldom to be acquired in this imperfect world and absolute certainty is a fallacy," as stated in the case of Ramanand v. State of Himachal Pradesh (1981). The idea ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (CPC) is the legal framework that governs and manages civil cases in India. Order 7 of CPC 1908 defines the particulars of the plaint, particulars to be contained in money suit, when immovable property ..
Introduction:Execution, suspension, remission, and commuting of sentences are all covered in detail in a complete chapter of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898. The Criminal Procedure Code of 1973 (CRPC) gives the government the authority to suspen ..
Introduction:According to Section 115 of the Indian Evidence Act of 1872, estoppel occurs when one person, through an act, omission, or declaration, has convinced another person that something is true and convinced them to take action based on that b ..
KEY TAKEAWAYSIndian Penal Code 1860 covers all criminal offences and anybody found guilty of such offences they will be penalised under this Code 1860.Chapter XVII of Indian Penal Code 1860 specifies offences committed against property which are comp ..