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harsh asthana (advocate)     17 August 2008

bare acts

i want to know the meaning of bare acts


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K.C.Suresh (Advocate)     17 August 2008

Dictionary meaning of the word 'Bare' is without cloathing,  naked, uncovered.  The meaning of bare foot is appliucable to bare act. In bare Act there won't be any discription, commentory or any thing special but only the act in its real words.

shamit sanyal (advocate)     17 August 2008

in addition please also do note in bare acts you only get the actual act.

no foot note with the judicial pronouncement in respect of the respective section is available in the bare act.

Guest (n/a)     18 August 2008


Pradeep (Advocate)     19 August 2008

Bare act is the exact text of a particular enactment, as it was passed by the legislature. there will be no case laws, or any other explanations to the sections, apart from what the parliament or the state legislature has made.

asokan (cs)     19 August 2008

bare act is  mere copy of the original enactment as contained in the "act:" without any  explanation or preceedents or case laws  

Amit Singh Rajpoot   22 July 2015

Excuse me sir! As i am preparing for law school so i didn't get too much from above information that what is bare but i wanted to know please explain me in simple language as much as you can. Thank you

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