On August 15, 2022, India will celebrate its 75th anniversary of independence. The practice of hoisting the national flag is an essential component of commemorating Independence Day. The flag is a dignified national emblem and a representation of nat ..
Key Takeaways Surrogacy is a legal arrangement in which a woman undertakes to deliver/labor for another person or individuals who would become the baby's parent(s) after birth. Gestational surrogacy is the only kind of surrogacy approved in India ..
Key Takeaways A defector is someone who abandons adherence to one state in lieu of allegiance to another in a manner that the first state considers illegal. The 10th Schedule of the Indian Constitution, commonly known as the 'Anti-Defection Law,& ..
Key Takeaways Section 62 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 considers primary evidence to be the most crucial type of evidence. A carbon copy of a signature, defined as a copy generated by a mechanical method that confirms its accuracy, is a piece of s ..
Key Takeaways • In India, the Transfer of Property Act (TPA) of 1882 governs the mortgage of immovable property. • The most essential element of a mortgage is a transfer of formal interest in the property with a mechanism for redemption. &b ..
Key Takeaways Emergency arbitration is a method that allows a disputing party to seek an urgent interim remedy prior to the formation of an arbitration tribunal. The legal position in India is ambiguous because the Indian Arbitration and Conciliation ..
Key Takeaways The Hindi Succession Act of 1956 provides a standardized system of property inheritance and regulates intestate succession. Sections 25-28 of the act provide the grounds for disqualification of inheritance. If a person is disqualified f ..
Key Takeaways Marriageable age is the standard or minimum age at which a person is legally entitled to marry, subject to familial, religious, or other kinds of societal consent. The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act of 2006 specifies a minimum marria ..
Key Takeaways The Weapons of Mass Destruction and Their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Act was implemented by the Indian Parliament in 2005 as unique legislation dealing with and regulating weapons of mass destruction. The Lok ..
Key Takeaways Personal laws are a system of laws that apply to a specific class, group of individuals, or people based on religious beliefs, faith, and culture. The Charter Act of the British Parliament of 1833 established a Law Commission to unify a ..