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Rape Case Cannot Be Quashed Merely Because Survivor Has Forgiven The Accused: Meghalaya HC

  Adv. Sanjeev Sirohi   08 July 2024 at 10:03

It is really most delighting to note that while not lagging behind in taking the bull by the horns, we see that the Meghalaya High Court in a most learned, laudable, landmark, logical and latest judgment titled Tenzin Tsephel vs State of Meghalaya in ..

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Judiciary Mcqs Of The Day: Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

  Vanshika   06 July 2024 at 16:12

Q1. In which of the following sections describe that “bank’s slip prima facie evidence of certain facts.”a) Section 146b) Section 145c) Section 144d) Section 143-A Answer – a) Section 146Explanation - Section 146 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 18 ..

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Cross-Examination Of Witness Should Be Deferred Only In Exceptional Cases: SC To Trial Courts

  Adv. Sanjeev Sirohi   05 July 2024 at 09:57

It is in the fitness of things that while acting fairly in taking the right step in the right direction, the Supreme Court in a most learned, laudable, logical, landmark and latest judgment titled Surender Singh vs State (NCT of Delhi) in Criminal Ap ..

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Understanding Lemon Laws for Consumers

  Yaksh Sharma   04 July 2024 at 12:15

Buying a motor vehicle can be a large expense for many people and one that they hope will bring them peace of mind and a dependable mode of transport. However, in many cases, buyers end up purchasing defective motor vehicles which can cause them pers ..

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Frequently Asked Questions On Section 41 Of The Crpc

  Aadil    03 July 2024 at 11:26

QUERY #1Please elaborate on Section 41 of the CrPCANSWER:The short answer to your question is that it is the provision that explains the situations wherein a police officer can arrest an individual without a warrant.If explained in detail, it prescri ..

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Judiciary Mcqs Of The Day: Limitation Act

  Vanshika   02 July 2024 at 17:34

Q1. Under limitation act exclusion of time of proceeding bona fide in court without jurisdiction is stipulated in:a) Section 14b) Section 16c) Section 15d) Section 13Answer- a) Section 14Explanation:Section 14 of the Limitation Act, 1963 ..

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Orissa HC Orders Rs 10 Lakhs Compensation For Minor's Death After Wall Collapse In Govt Primary School

  Adv. Sanjeev Sirohi   02 July 2024 at 10:51

It is definitely in the fitness of things that while taking a courageous stand, the Orissa High Court at Cuttack in a most learned, laudable, landmark, logical and latest judgment titled Sania Pradhan @ Sanyasi Pradhan & Anr vs State of Odisha &a ..

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Passport And Criminal Cases: Faqs

  Aadil    29 June 2024 at 11:34

QUERY #1Can past juvenile criminal records cause a passport application to be rejected even after attaining majority?ANSWER:The short answer to your question is NO. Past criminal cases cannot prevent you from getting a passport.Although it is mostly ..

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Mcqs Of The Day: Indian Contract Act, 1872

  Vanshika   29 June 2024 at 11:34

Q1. ‘S’ said to a shopkeeper paid ___ " let 'P' have the good I will see you get paid". This is a-a) Contract of guarantee b) Contract of indemnity c) Contract of wagerd) Contingent contractAnswer – a) ..

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Wills In India: Essential Insights And Guidelines

  Aadil    29 June 2024 at 11:34

KEY TAKEAWAYS A will is a legal document used to express the intent of the testator regarding the inheritance and succession of his properties after his death. A will can be written even in a piece of paper and would still be equally valid to one wri ..

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