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Lok Sabha versus Rajya Sabha

  SANJAY DIXIT   25 March 2009 at 08:11

Money Bills originate only in the Lok Sabha. If a dispute arises as to whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not, the decision of the Speaker of Lok Sabha is final. Rajya Sabha has no power to reject a Money Bill. It can only make recommendations, ie, su ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   1643 Views


Guarantors

  SANJAY DIXIT   24 July 2008 at 23:15

GuarantorsINTRODUCTION:Financial institutions may require guarantees to enhance the credit standingof prospective borrowers, thus enabling them to obtain financing.Many people think that a guarantor gives a reference of the good characterof the borro ..


Posted in Corporate Law |   2185 Views


Corpus Delicti

  SANJAY DIXIT   17 June 2008 at 17:45

Corpus Delicti meaning, relevance of Burden of proof in scene of crime, Burden of proof in Forensic Science- Corpus Delicti, Establishment of Corpus Delicti, Evidence in Forensic Science, Circumstantial evidence – Burden of Proof vis-à-vis Corpus Delicti ..


Posted in Students |   7184 Views


The Right to Speedy Trial

  SANJAY DIXIT   17 June 2008 at 17:45

The Right to Speedy TrialIN A judgment with profound implication, the apex court has positively reiterated that just and reasonable procedure implicit in Article 21 of the Constitution creates a right in the accused to be tried speedily. The right to ..


Posted in Others  1 comments |   2189 Views


MANDATORY POINTS TO BE CHECKED

  SANJAY DIXIT   29 May 2008 at 23:31

MANDATORY POINTS TO BE CHECKEDBEFORE FILING THE S.L.P. 1. SLP(Civil) shall be filed in Form No.28 with Certificate as per Notification dated 17.6.1997.2. Certified copy of the impugned judgment shall be filed and if certified copy is not available, a ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   2376 Views


The Right to Speedy Trial

  SANJAY DIXIT   12 May 2008 at 23:45

The Right to Speedy TrialIN A judgment with profound implication, the apex court has positively reiterated that just and reasonable procedure implicit in Article 21 of the Constitution creates a right in the accused to be tried speedily. The right to ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   3987 Views


SELF HELP THROUGH CONSUMER PROTECTION

  SANJAY DIXIT   21 March 2008 at 16:21

SELF HELP THROUGH CONSUMER PROTECTION Dr. Sheetal Kapoor**“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work - he is the purpose of it. We are not doing ..


Posted in Civil Law |   3523 Views


Settlement deed made simple

  SANJAY DIXIT   20 March 2008 at 14:37

Settlement deed made simple The execution of Will has its own hassles in identifying a reliable person to be the executor and involves expense, writes C.H.Gopinatha Rao Better Alterantive: Settlement is less expensive than will Photo: H. Satish Imagi ..


Posted in Intellectual Property Rights |   3093 Views


LEGAL MAXIMS -IV

  SANJAY DIXIT   12 March 2008 at 17:45

LEGAL MAXIMS (R--Z)Repondez s’il vous plait (Fr) => (abbr RSVP) a reply will obligeRes judicata (L) => a case already decidedSine die (L) => indefinitelySub judice (L) => under considerationTempus fugit (L) => time pliesUltra vires (L) => beyond one ..


Posted in Others |   3003 Views


LEGAL MAXIMS -III

  SANJAY DIXIT   09 March 2008 at 11:22

LEGAL MAXIMS (H--Q)H roc age (L) => attend to what good doHoc anno (L) => in this yearHoc loco (L) => in this placeHoc tempore (L) => at this timeHodie mihi, cras tibi (L) => today my turn yours’ tomorrowIn curia (L) => in CourtLapsus linguce (L) => ..


Posted in Others |   2884 Views


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