Key takeaways An accused cannot be held in police custody for more than 24 hours after the arrest is made. The accused needs to appear before the concerned Magistrate within 24 hours of his arrest. The concerned Magistrate has the power to pass the o ..
Key Takeaways Background check/verification/screening of the applicant for the government job has to be made by the employer after taking the consent of the applicant. When a government employee is in police custody for 48 hours, then he shall be sus ..
Key Takeaways A ‘Negotiable Instruments’ may be negotiated either by promissory notes, bills of exchange, and cheques or by bank drafts, bank notes, share warrants, bearer debentures, dividend warrants, scripts and treasury bills. Negotia ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS There are two main acts which govern the succession in India:The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 and the Indian Succession Act, 1925. Probate is certified by the court of competent jurisdiction which is a certified legal document with the se ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS To obtain a legal heir certificate, a person needs to apply in the respective area’s tehsildar’s office or corporation/municipality office or district civil court. The spouse, children, parents of the deceased can apply for ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Hon’ble High Court and the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India are given the rights to investigate and punish for contempt of court by the Constitution as well as the Contempt of Court Act, 1971. The state and the UPSC are bo ..