Category: legal

Seven Fundamental principles of Legal Writing

Following are the seven fundamental principal of Legal wrinting: 1. Accuracy in Legal research2. Accuracy in legal analysis 3. Awareness of the purpose and audience 4. Command of the English Language

THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA -Preamble

THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA has its base in its preamble which define the Nature of state.It is one of the Best constitution In world. Preamble of Indian Constitution is as under :   WE,...

About RTI, form and procedure

Right To Information (RTI) is an very effective tool for Indian citizens to get information from Public Offices.In order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of public authority under Right to information Act,2005 Indian...

Reference to High Court when and how made?

SECTION 395 of Code criminal Procedure,1973 states how Reference to High Court is made:(1) Where any court is satisfied that a case pending before it involves a question as to the validity of any...

Basis of Legal Maxims

Maxims are based on the implied agreement of every member in society with society,his own individual welfare shall,in case of necessity, yeild to that of the society or public welfare, and that his propperty,liberty...

Salus Populiest Suprema Lex – maxim Meaning

Salus Populiest Suprema Lex It’s a latin maxim which means“Regard for the public welfare is supreme law” Meaning:-this maxims means that welfare of the people is supreme law. The welfare of the people must...

How Summon is served?

Under section 62 of  Crminal procedure code,1973 (1) Every summons shall be served by a police officer, or subject to such rules as the State Government may make in this behalf, by an officer...

Whats are the Contents of charge?

Following are the content of charge under section 211 of Code of criminal procedure,1973(1) Every charge under this Code shall state the offence with which the accused is charged.(2) If the law that creates...

How Proclamation for absconding person is made ?

Follwoing are the procedure followed for Proclamation for person absconding under section 82 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (1) If Any court has reason to believe (whether after taking evidence or not) that any person...

Whats is offence?

Offence means any act or omissions made punishable by any law for the time being in force . Offence can be a cognizable offence or non cognizable offence .