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Primary And Secondary Evidence

  Anila Sabu   31 January 2022 at 10:52

KEY TAKE AWAYS “Evidence”- “Evidence” means and includes all the statements which the court allows or must be made before it by witnesses, in regards to matters of fact under inquiry, such statements are called verbal evidence ..

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Voidable Contracts Under ICA

  Anila Sabu   29 January 2022 at 11:49

KEY TAKE AWAYS When a Proposal is Accepted it becomes a Promise. When that Promise is met with Consideration that then becomes an Agreement. And finally, when that Agreement is enforceable by law it is said to be a Contract. Void, valid contract, Voi ..

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FIR And Its Evidentiary Value

  Anila Sabu   27 January 2022 at 10:33

KEY TAKE AWAYS FIR its meaning, objectives, contents, its evidentiary value and its corroborative value. Understanding related concepts like Cognizable and Non-Cognizable offences, Information and Complaint. Some important case laws that bring about ..

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  Anila Sabu   25 January 2022 at 13:09

KEY TAKE AWAYS Though there are no laws specific to blasphemy India there are some provisions relating to it mentioned under the IPC. The events of the Charlie Hebdo Case and what was held. The events of the Anika Attique Case and what was held. Impo ..

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Accomplice And The Relevance Of His/Her Evidence

  Anila Sabu   24 January 2022 at 11:48

KEY TAKEAWAYS A person/suspect, usually least guilty, who is picked up with reference to a crime, or who is taken by the police for the purpose of giving evidence against his own colleagues is called as an accomplice or an approver. An accomplice&rsq ..

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Succession Of Hindu Females

  Anila Sabu   22 January 2022 at 13:27

KEYTAKE AWAYS It is under the sections 14 to 16 in The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 where matters related to the succession of property of Hindu females is delt with. Inherited property of a Hindu female dying issueless and intestate goes back to the s ..

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