IntroductionA company becomes a distinct legal entity once it is incorporated in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the Companies Act of 2013. In contrast to a partnership firm, which lacks a distinct legal identity of its own, an incorporate ..
Key Takeaways- Historical background of the Anti-Defection Law in India. Impact of defection by legislators on the stability of the government. Supreme Court’s judgments in various cases including a recent judgment on Maharashtra’s politi ..
IntroductionThe Supreme Court's ruling in the landmark case Keshvananda Bharati articulated the Constitution's basic structure theory. The court's conclusion in the matter of Keshavananda Bharati was extremely original and well-considered ..
IntroductionOn December 20, 2021, the Mediation Bill, 2021 was introduced in the Rajya Sabha, and the Parliamentary Standing Committee was tasked with reviewing the Bill. The Rajya Sabha received the committee's report on July 13, 2022. In its re ..
IntroductionThe chargesheet is a report that the police make following the conclusion of the final inquiry, in accordance with Section 174 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. The report relates to the offence that the accuser is using to build a ..
IntroductionRent is a payment made by a tenant to a landlord in exchange for the use or habitation of a property. It is necessary for the landlord and tenant to agree on the terms and conditions of the property. The requirements and obligations of bo ..
Introduction:What are the primary topics in the legal system? UPSC or the judiciary is more difficult? Which topic suits the judges the best? Where can I obtain the syllabus for the judiciary exam? What is on the syllabus for the civil judge exam? Do ..
Introduction Battered Woman Syndrome (BWS) is a term used to describe the psychological and emotional trauma experienced by women who are victims of domestic violence. BWS is not a medical or psychiatric diagnosis, but rather a term coined by social ..
Introduction The rule of law is a fundamental concept in any democratic society, and India is no exception. The Constitution of India, which came into force on January 26, 1950, enshrines the principle of the rule of law as one of its core values. Th ..
IntroductionThe judiciary is a system of courts that works to uphold the supremacy of the law in every country. It is essential to the operation of democracy. The judiciary, together with the executive and legislative branches of government, is one o ..