Right to Education

 By 86th  constitutional Amendment Act 2002, Article 21a is inserted in the constitution to provide free and compulsory education to the children whose age is between six to fourteen.  On 4th of August 2009, RTE represents that every child has right to get full time elementary education  with satisfactory and equitable quality in formal school.... Continue Reading →

GOVERNMENT

WHAT IS GOVERNMENT? A government is an institution or a system made of a group off people that takes care or manage the country or state. The government has the power To rule a territory, according to the administrative law. Government makes laws,  takes decision and perform various functions. Some of them are – They... Continue Reading →

Menstruation : a taboo

A menstruation or a period a part of a women’s monthly cycle. It is a sign for a girl for hitting puberty. Menstruation begins at the age of 12 or 13 and last till 45 – 50 years. In this period a woman faces vaginal bleeding for continuously 6 to 7 days every month. Menstruation... Continue Reading →

Bailment

WHAT IS BAILMENT ? According to section 148 of Indian Contract Act 1872, Bailment is delivery of goods by one person to another person for some purpose, by signing a contract. After accomplishment of the purpose the good is to be returned to the owner or disposed of according to the directions of the person... Continue Reading →

clean india

Clean India is a need of our,, garbage and the wastage are the seriousthreat facing the nation it’s certainly destroyed the italic beauty of thecountry furthermore, several diseases can result from it many Indianfailed due to the improper water disposal therefore this article discussedthe topic of the clean India in the details! People can make... Continue Reading →

Rights of Arrested People

RIGHTS OF ARRESTED PERSON : Arrest is seizure of foreseeable restrain to any person by the police send by legal authority. During this process the liberty is deprived of the person by detaining the person in the custody with the order of legal authority. Arrest is very important tool for the person who is charged... Continue Reading →

Minors incapable for entering into a Contract

Minor is one who has not attain the age of 18 years, listed in section 3 of Majority Act 1875. That every person domiciled in India shall attain the age of majority on his completing the age of 18 years and not before. Section 11 of Indian Contract Act 1872 forbid a minor from entering... Continue Reading →

Subordinate Courts under Indian Constitution

Subordinate Courts under Indian Constitution The Indian judicial system in its own way is very diverse and detailed. This is largely due to the persistence of diversity in India. The Judiciary is an indispensable wing that aids in dexterous functioning of Indian Democracy. This research discusses about the structure and hierarchy of Indian Subordinate Courts.... Continue Reading →

VOLENTI NON FIT INJURIA

WHAT IS VOLENTI NONFIT INJURIA? Volenti non fit injuria is one of the defence under the law of torts in which the person who has committed a wrong is exempted from liability because the victim of such a wrong gives his consent to the commission of such an act and such a consent must be... Continue Reading →

SOVEREIGNTY

WHAT IS SOVEREIGNTY ? The term sovereignty has been derived from Latin word SUPERANUS which means supreme.  Sovereignty means that the country is independent. People of sovereign country follow the rules that are made by their representatives and no foreign power can impose its decision on the country. Sovereignty is the common power of the... Continue Reading →

WHAT IS LAW ?

WHAT IS LAW ? A law is a set of rules  developed by the government  for administrating justice in the state. The law is controlled and enforced by the controlling authority. Laws are those rule of conduct that control courts of justice in exercise of their jurisdiction. As distinguished from all rules of conduct that... Continue Reading →

what is poverty ?

WHAT IS POVERTY ? Poverty is the state in which one is not able to fulfill is basic necessities as food, clothes and shelter due to lack of financial resources. Poverty means that the income level is too low to fulfil the basic requirement as proper health care facilities, healthy food, clean water, shelter etc.... Continue Reading →

When consent is said to be free?

Indian Contract Act 1872, defines contract in Section 2(h) as – “An agreement enforceable bye law or is a contract”. Section 13 defines consent as – “Two or more person are set to consent  when they agree upon  same  thing  in the same sense. Which means to sign a contract the parties should agree on... Continue Reading →

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT

WHAT IS FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT ? Fundamental Rights are basic human rights which is provided to every citizen of India. These rights are applied without facing any discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, color of the skin, caste etc. Fundamental Rights are enforceable by the courts and they cannot be violated. If ones fundamental... Continue Reading →

triple talak

WHAT IS TRIPLE TALAK ? Triple Talak is also known as talak-e-biddat, which means instant divorce. This was practiced in Islam, where Muslim men  could legally divorce his wife. Under the Muslim Law, triple talak means the liberty from the relationship of marriage immediately, where a man uttered a word talak three times and hence... Continue Reading →

all about adoption

WHAT IS ADOPTION ? Section 5 of The Hindu Adoption Act,1956 defines adoption. Adoption is a legal prosse4s in which  there is a fully transfer of parental responsibility of a child gorm his parents or guardian to their adoptive parents. There are lots of children who lives in orphanage  and roadside and had no one... Continue Reading →

violence against women

Violence against women : This article introduce the discussion of legal responses to violence against women. It provides the context for the more detailed examination of those legal issues to which the courts can respond. Its objective is to show the many ways in which violence is relevant to legal disputes, even where it is... Continue Reading →

FALSE IMPRISONMENT

What is false imprisonment? False imprisonment or unlawful imprisonment is a total restrained for some period. It occurs when a person intentionally restricts another person’s movement within any area without legal authority, justification, or the restrained person’s permission. For example, when a person is restrained, by threat of force, from leaving his own house, there... Continue Reading →

WHAT IS TORT ?

WHAT IS TORT ? The word tort has been derived from Latin term tortum which means twist. Tort means a conduct which is not straight or lawful but on other hand twisted, crooked or unlawful. It is a breach of duty recognized under the law of torts. According to section 2(m), The Limitation Act ,1963... Continue Reading →

consumer protection act 2019

WHO ARE CONSUMER? Section 2 (1)(d) of consumer protection act 1986 defines consumer as – A consumer is a person who purchase good and services with exchange of money for his personal consumption and not for resale. As for example, Saumya bought a scooty  for her personal use with a consideration of 60,000 rupee from... Continue Reading →

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