Key Takeaways Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 consists of 6 Chapters and 26 Sections. Chapter IV A and Sections 14A, 15A, and 18A have been added through Amendments. Section 3 is one of the most important se ..
Key Takeaways Once a sizable amount of the population in India got their COVID-19 jabs, a number of Government, as well as Private Agencies, issued circulars and notifications restricting the movement of Unvaccinated People. Epidemic Act, 1897 and Di ..
Key Takeaways Juvenility of a person in conflict with the law has to be reckoned from the date of the offence and not from the date on which cognizance was taken by the Magistrate. JJ Act is a beneficial legislation and a technical plea (like delay i ..
Key Takeaways Cyber Crime could be directed against an Individual, a Property, an Organisation, or a Society. Provisions relating to Cyber Offences have been primarily provided in the Information Technology Act, 2000. NDPS Act prohibits the sale and ..
Key Takeaways Anganwadi Workers and Helpers in India are appointed under the Integrated Child Development Services Scheme. AWWs and AWHs function as a bridge between the government and the targeted beneficiaries for delivering a bouquet of benefits s ..
Key Takeaways For a woman to be called an ‘aggrieved person’ under DV Act, she must be in a domestic relationship (as defined under section 2 (f) of the said Act) and she must have suffered domestic violence. There is a distinction betwee ..
Key Takeaways Primarily, Information Technology Act, 2000 provides the basic legal framework for electronic transactions in India. Along with this Act, various rules notified under this Act play a significant role in regulating the digital space. The ..
Key Takeaways Section 156 (3) of CrPC provides that any magistrate, who can take cognizance of an offence under Section 190 of CrPC, can order the investigation of such cognizable offence by a police officer. After a complaint has been filed before t ..
Key Takeaways Chapter VI of the Cr. P.C. contains the provisions relating to Processes to Compel Appearance of Persons in Court. Warrants of arrest can be directed to Police Officers as well as other persons, depending upon the circumstances.Before i ..
Key Takeaways Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (hereinafter referred to as “PCA”) provides the law for Prosecution of Judges for Corrupt Practices. Anticipatory Bail in such offenses is generally rejected if a prima facie offence has be ..