INTRODUCTION A person is a human being who is capable of thought, expression, and the holding and exercise of rights and obligations. But is the term "person" limited to just natural persons? The response would be no. Even an artificial person falls under the notion of a person, which goes beyond a genuine person. "Any... Continue Reading →

Kinds of rights under the jurisprudence

In layman's language, the word "right" indicates the highest allowed behaviour within a certain area. It implies that a person's legal right is the standard of acts that are permitted by law. The term right refers to any course of conduct authorised by law. Similarly, the phrase "legal right" denotes the minimum legally permissible activity.... Continue Reading →

Relationship between rights and duties

What do you mean by Rights? Legal Rights - These are the privileges that the people have under the law of the land.[1]  "A right or an interest recognised and protected by a rule of right," according to Salmond. It is a right, whose observance is a duty and whose violation is unlawful. In a... Continue Reading →

Concept of legal personality

Objectively speaking, a person's intellectual base is referred to as their personality. It stands for a right and duty-bearing entity in legal terms. Thus, legal personality creates two issues. What are the principles or theories that underpin the legal classification of someone as a person? The extent of these (legal) people's rights and obligations is... Continue Reading →


The mental condition known as "insanity" is characterised by irrational behaviour brought on by mental instability. According to the judicial system, a person who has been diagnosed as crazy is incapable of distinguishing between right and wrong. A person who is insane is said to have a mental illness that causes them to lose their... Continue Reading →


WHO IS A MINOR? According to Section 3 of the Indian Majority Act of 1875, a "minor" is someone who has not reached the legal age of majority to which they are subject. The legal minimum age varies depending on the country's legal system. Minors do not possess the same level of legal ability that... Continue Reading →

Right of Private Defence

The law of nature serves as the foundation for the right to private defence. Man's inherent nature is to protect himself and hold onto what is his in the face of unjustified abuse from others. Man has access to all the tools necessary to accomplish this goal thanks to nature. The natural right to self-defence... Continue Reading →


The private defence for insignificant or trivial acts is provided by Section 95 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. Nothing is considered an offence just because it causes injury or because it is meant to do so or simply because it is known to be likely to do so, as long as the harm is... Continue Reading →

Jurisprudence of Legal Rights and Duties

In many ways, the terms "rights" and "justice," which belong to the person who can exercise them, are interchangeable. The administration of justice was designed to uphold ongoing obligations and safeguard rights. The law deals with questions of obligations or rights. Rights refer to all legally permissible behaviour, whereas duties denote nothing illegal. Legal rights,... Continue Reading →

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