Documentary Evidence: Primary Evidence and Secondary Evidence

Introduction Evidence law is considered a guide that helps the courts to reach out to a decision while examining a case. The term evidence has come from a Latin term ‘evident’ which means ‘to show clearly’ or to prove. Evidence is primarily divided into two types, One is documentary evidence and second is oral evidence.... Continue Reading →

Technology Laws in India

Introduction With the advancement in technology and modern way of communication, cyber crime has taken its own place. There have been various laws against cyber crimes covered by the acts such as Indian Penal code 1860 and the Information Technology Act 2000. Technology law is a branch of law which deals with legal issues related... Continue Reading →

Oral Evidence and Rule of Hearsay

Introduction Evidence is primarily divided into two types, One is documentary evidence and second is oral evidence. Oral Evidence is defined under Section 3 and Chapter IV ‘Of Oral Evidence’ at sections 59 and 60 of the Indian Evidence Act 1872. Where section 3 gives the definition of the oral evidence Chapter IV lays down... Continue Reading →

Difference between Bailable and Non-Bailable offences

Introduction The word ‘Offence’ is defined in section 40 of the Indian Penal Code 1860 and Section 2(n) of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 which states that any act or omission of any act which is made punishable under aforementioned acts will be termed as offence. Offence is further classified upon its nature and... Continue Reading →

Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act 1872

Introduction In the era of technology and gadgets, recording of information has become a trend which has led to the furnishing of various kinds of electronic evidence before the court, Enhancement of the technology has so far been helpful in the process of collection of evidence. With all of this it becomes critical for the... Continue Reading →

Combination of Section 323 read with 506 of the IPC 1860

Introduction Indian Penal code is an integral and comprehensive code of criminal law which deals with every offense one can possibly think of taking place, it was drafted in 1860 and came into force in 1862. Every section in the code is important to its own terms. Section 323 and Section 506 are the sections... Continue Reading →

The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996

Introduction The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 is the key law governing arbitration in India. The Act was enacted to consolidate, define and amend the law in relation to domestic arbitration, international commercial arbitration and the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. The Act provides for the procedure of arbitration proceedings in India and steps of... Continue Reading →

New Labor law codes

Introduction Labor laws are subject of concurrent list of the Indian Constitution of Schedule 7 so both center and state governments have power to make laws on it. Before this according to a data presented by the central government there were about 40 central statutes and 100 state statutes which were prevailing in the country... Continue Reading →

Article on Transfer of Property Act 1882

Introduction Property is one of the fundamental elements of socio economic life of an individual. Juridically, a bundle of rights in a thing or land, the word property has gradually been given a wider meaning to include every kind of mortgage on another's land and also the intellectual property e.g. copyrights and patents etc.  However... Continue Reading →

Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act 2007

Introduction The Act was passed in the year 2007 for the benefit of the senior citizens who were in cruelty with their Children, Grand Children or concerned relatives. It was after the enactment of this act where a specific legislation for the protection of the senior citizens came into force.  Preamble of every act is... Continue Reading →

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