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All About Chargesheet

Introduction The 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 case against the plaintiff. This report details every step from the moment a crime is reported to the scene of the crime. To begin a ..

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Delhi Rent Control Act

Introduction Rent 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 both the tenant and the landlord are made legally binding in a rent agreement. The lease is a crucial component of the rental legislatio..

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Under Rule 51(7) OMMC Rules Collector Has The Authority To Cancel Lease Deed: Supreme Court

WHAT DID THE COURT SAY? In Debidutta Mohanty v. Ranjan Kumar Pattnaik & Ors., the Supreme Court held that a Collector is authorised under Rule 51(7) of the Orissa Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 2016 (OMMC) to cancel a lease deed on ground of non production of solvency certificate.  A Division Bench of Justice MR Shah and Justice B.V. Nagarathna noted this while s..

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Land Acquisition Cannot Be Said To Have Lapsed If Steps Were Taken By The Development Authority During The Stipulated Time: Supreme Court

WHAT DID THE COURT SAY? In Indore Development Authority v. Burhani Grih Nirman Sahakari Sanstha Maryadit Sneh Nagar & Ors., the Supreme Court held that in land acquisition proceedings which are related to public purpose schemes, the authorities should be given the time stipulated in the statutes to complete their work.  A Division Bench of Justice MR Shah..

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All About Judicial Exam Syllabus Of Up Bihar Mp Delhi Rajasthan & Andhra Pradesh

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 I have to cover every subject on the judicial service exam syllabus? These are the most typical queries regarding the judic..

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Battered woman syndrome

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 scientists to describe a set of symptoms that often occur in women who have been abused by their partners. The symptoms of BWS ca..

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Rule Of Law In India

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. The rule of law requires that all individuals, regardless of their position or status, be subject to the same laws and regulations...

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Independence of Judiciary

Introduction The 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 of the three main institutions recognised by the doctrine of the separation of powers. The judiciary checks to see if the law is correc..

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All you need to know about money laundering

Introduction  The advancement of the economic and financial systems has led to the rise of complex economic offenses which are not only difficult to trace but also adversely affect the nations’ economic assets. One such economic offense is money laundering. Money laundering is defined as the coordinated and systematic transfer of illicit funds through several financial sy..

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Right To Bear Arms In The United States

Introduction The growing rate of gun-related violence is increasing the pressure on US lawmakers to bring about greater regulation and stringent laws relating to gun control. However, the right to possess guns for the purpose of self-defense is regarded as a fundamental right that cannot be infringed by the state. This has led to several debates r..

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Election and Qualification of President

Introduction  According to the Indian Constitution, the President of India will always be in office (See Article 52 of the Constitution). He is chosen in accordance with the terms of the Constitution and the Presidential and Vice-Presidential Elections Act of 1952 and holds the highest elective office in the nation. The provisions of the 1974 Presidential and Vice-Presidential ..

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Biotechnology guidelines 2013

Introduction  In 2013, the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) in India released a set of guidelines for the regulation of biotechnology research and development. The guidelines were developed with the aim of providing a framework for the safe and responsible conduct of biotechnology research, as well as for the protection of human health, animal welfare, and the environment. In ..

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Section 3 of Indian Patent Act 1970

Introduction According to the Indian Patent Act, all inventions must meet the requirements for patentability in order to be patented. "Novelty," "Inventive step," and "Industrial Application" are the requirements for patent eligibility. The invention should not come within Sections 3 regarding non-patentable subject matter and Section 4 regarding atomic..

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Supreme Court's Exclusive Jurisdiction

Introduction  The Supreme Court of India is the highest judicial body in the country, established under the Constitution of India in 1950. The Supreme Court has exclusive jurisdiction over a wide range of matters, including disputes between the Indian Union and one or more states, or between two or more states. It also has the power to interpret the Constitution of India, hear ..

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Paris Convention for the protection of intellectual property rights

Introduction  The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, commonly known as the Paris Convention, is an international treaty that sets out the framework for the protection of intellectual property (IP) rights such as patents, trademarks, industrial designs, and trade names. It was first adopted in Paris on March 20, 1883, and has been revised several times s..

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