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kartik mago 28 Jun 2019 2:43pm
Indian Laws Most Of Us Are Not Aware Of
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Here are some basic laws and rights which every Indian should be aware of;1. There cannot be any legal arrest if there's no information or reasonable suspicion that the person has been involved in a cognizable offence or commits offence(s), specified under Section 41.2. Male officers have no right to escort a woman and a female can refuse to go to…
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kartik mago 27 May 2019 2:30pm
CLAT 2019: Paper Analysis And Expected Cut-Off
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CLAT 2019 paper, was not completely on unexpected lines. The recently made CLAT Board had to make a lot of amendments to make CLAT a sustainable exam, they also made the paper offline, thus putting end to the chances of last year's online paper management fiasco happening again. Seeing the last year's blunder, they made the CLAT 2019 paper very easy…
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kartik mago 16 Apr 2019 12:52pm
LANDMARK JUDGMENTS OF SUPREME COURT (Part 2)
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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) v. Aditya Bandopadhyay & Ors(2011)This judgment came in the year 2011. By virtue of this judgment, now the students who are aggrieved by the evaluation can claim their evaluated answer books to be inspected. They can also take a certified copy of the paper under RTI Act. But this can be done only during…
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kartik mago 10 Apr 2019 3:06pm
LANDMARK JUDGMENTS OF SUPREME COURT (Part 1)
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Minerva Mills V. Union Of India (1980) Supreme Court had struck down Section 55 & 4 of the 42nd Amendment because it violated the basic structure doctrine. The Court emphasized on the importance of judicial review and held that Section 55 of the amendment act 1976 is void because it made the challenge in Court not possible and removed all…
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kartik mago 2 Apr 2019 4:07pm
DISCHARGE OF LIABILITY OF ACCUSED IN SECTION 138 CASES
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Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 talks about three types of instruments. These are promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques. 'Negotiable' means transferable in regards to consideration. 'Instrument' means a written document creating a right in favor of the other person. Thus negotiable instrument…
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kartik mago 2 Apr 2019 3:35pm
DECODING SECTION 164 OF CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
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Understanding ConfessionsA confession can be defined as any person admitting his guilt while being in custody. He states that he is guilty of the offence he is charged for. In the words of Justice Stephen, a “confession” is an admission made at any time by a person charged with a crime stating or suggesting the inference that he committed that crime.Even…
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kartik mago 1 Apr 2019 2:20pm
HARASSMENT CALLS FOR REALIZATION OF PAYMENT DEFAULTS ON CREDIT CARD AND LEGAL RECOURSE AGAINST BANK
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A number of cases have been listed wherein the bank officials repeatedly call and harass the customers for payment of debt. They call through anonymous numbers and sometimes even abuse the bank customer, thereby crossing all the moral limits. This imposed a serious problem of anger and rage within the customers and by seeing such behavior, the bank…
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kartik mago 14 Mar 2019 4:20pm
LANDMARK JUDGMENTS ON 'BAIL'
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ASLAM BABALAL DESAI v. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA(1992)In general, grounds for bail cancellation are interference or attempt to interfere with the due course of administration of Justice, or evasion or attempt to evade the course of justice or abuse of the liberty granted to him. When the accused is granted bail under Section 167(2) for the prosecution being…
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kartik mago 8 Mar 2019 6:06pm
15 landmark judgment on section 138 Negotiable Instrument
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1.Smt. Asha Baldwa v. Ram GopalThis is one of the landmark judgments in Section 138. The petitioner had filed a petition under Section 482, CrPC to quash the proceedings instituted against him  for committing an offence under section 138. He was alleged to have handed over the dishonored cheque to the respondent . She consented to such giving…
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kartik mago 28 Feb 2019 12:23pm
Decoding Right to Privacy Judgment
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Case Summary and OutcomeA bench of 9 judges of the Supreme Court of India held with majority ratio of 6:1 that the right to privacy was a constitutionally protected right in India, as well as somewhat similar to other freedoms guaranteed by the Indian Constitution. Retired High Court Judge Puttaswamy brought this case to the Supreme Court and challenged…
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