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  SANJAY DIXIT   19 July 2024 at 17:00

Hoc annoOrigination: A phrase of Latin origin.Meaning: "this year"Explanation: A phrase used to describe the current year or the year being discussed in a specific context.Usage in a sentence: I have to get a job hoc anno.Hoc locoOrigination: A phras ..

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  SANJAY DIXIT   19 July 2024 at 17:00

Ab imo pectoreOrigination: A quote that is mostly used by Romans. Said to have been first used by Julius Caesar.Meaning: “from the bottom of my heart”, “with deepest affection”, or “sincerely”Explanation: This quot ..

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Caveat Emptor

  Aadil    19 July 2024 at 16:30

KEY TAKEAWAYS1. The doctrine of caveat emptor imposes a responsibility on the buyer to scrutinise the product for any defects and ensure that the product they are about to buy fits their requirements.2. In the past, the seller did not have any resp ..

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Judiciary Mcqs Of The Day: Civil Procedure Code, 1908

  Vanshika   18 July 2024 at 13:03

Q1. In ONGC v Utpal Kumar Basu 1994 what did the supreme court emphasize regarding the purpose of section 21a) To increase harassment of litigantsb) To discourage true litigants c) To protect litigants from harassment and guard their interes ..

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Distinguishing Fraud From Misrepresentation

  Pulugam Devaki   18 July 2024 at 13:03

INTRODUCTIONUnderstanding the differences between fraud and misrepresentation in contract law is critical for both legal experts and parties to agreements. Although both notions entail misleading claims that can jeopardize the validity of a contract, ..

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The Relationship Between Constitutional And Criminal Law

  tanushka gupta   18 July 2024 at 13:02

INTRODUCTIONThe article delves into the complex relationship between constitutional and criminal law in India. It elucidates the influence of constitutional principles and provisions on criminal law and procedure. It highlights the significant role t ..

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The Right To Justice In India: Constitutional Foundations, Implementation Challenges, And Inherent Limitations

  saksham bharadwaj   18 July 2024 at 13:02

Reasonable Restrictions Jurisdictional LimitationsStatutory Limitations:Doctrine of Separation of PowersMiscellaneous Reasons1)They may be imposed to maintain things like public order or to protect national security. 2)These restrictions may be pla ..

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FIR Cannot Be Quashed On The Ground Of Non-Holding Of Preliminary Inquiry Into Allegations: MP HC

  Adv. Sanjeev Sirohi   17 July 2024 at 14:44

It is quite vital to note that while ruling on a significant legal point pertaining to the quashing of First Information Report (FIR), the Madhya Pradesh High Court at Jabalpur in a most learned, laudable, landmark, logical and latest judgment titled ..

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Indian Evidence Act Judgments Case Law Analysis

  Pranya Singh   16 July 2024 at 12:45

KEY TAKEAWAYS • The Indian Evidence Act of 1872 governs the admissibility of various types of evidence, ensuring fair trials by regulating the proof of facts through oral, documentary, and electronic means under established legal principles.& ..

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Role Of Defense Counsel In Indian Criminal Trials

  tanushka gupta   11 July 2024 at 13:17

IntroductionIndian judiciary follows an adversarial system of justice, where the prosecution and defense present their cases to an impartial and neutral judge. In this system, the defense counsel plays a crucial role in defying the prosecution's evid ..

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