Key Takeaways Registration of a marriage gives a legal recognition to the marriage; it also binds the marriage to associated laws and provides legality to it. A Hindu marriage may be solemnized by performing the customary rites of the parties. An imp ..
Rape is the fourth most serious crime in India and a serious problem worldwide. It is generally a crime committed by men against women, but have we ever thought about it vice-versa? Historically, Rape was regarded as a crime committed by only men aga ..
Key Takeaways The testimony of an eye witness is a part of oral statements which has been defined in Section 3 of the Indian Evidence Act. Eye witnesses are essential in the trial procedures as they help to deliver a reasonable and fair justice to th ..
In a big slap on the face of all such sexual predators who as employers stoop to such a low level that they obtain the consent for sexual act from a woman employee by making false promise of reemployment, the Gwalior Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Cour ..
INTRODUCTION This article provides section wise detailed analysis of the Specific Relief Act. This Act is considered to be in a branch of the Indian Contracts Act, 1872 that deals with the reliefs and recovery of damages of an injured person. The sui ..
IntroductionThe word ‘tort’ implies conduct that is twisted or tortuous. It is a civil wrong(eg- defamation is a tort). A person committing tort is called a tort-feasor. The first reported use of the word is in the case of Boulton v. Hard ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS A caretaker could be any individual who has the responsibility to protect and take care of some property on a contractual basis. When property in its physical form comes under your legal ownership, it becomes your possession. The Suprem ..
Introduction to TrademarkTrademarks are a type of intellectual property. A trademark is a name, word, or symbol that distinguishes the goods of one business from those of others. Marketing goods or services by procedure becomes easier with a trademar ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Our Indian Constitution has given us some fundamental rights under Part III (Articles 12 to 35). Right to equality is one of the fundamental rights that serve as the most important of the rights that we have. Our concept of right to equ ..
Key Takeaways Due to a lack of "honourable acquittal" in criminal cases, a candidate's non-appointment to a judicial officer post was upheld by the Supreme Court. The case title is Rajasthan High Court v. Akashdeep Morya (CA 5733/2021). ..