Food habits

Introduction Food is one of the essential thing for our existence. There are a lot of foods around us and now a days, we are consuming more fast foods than our traditional foods.This covid period has also taught us about a variety of foods and food habits.That’s why, still we are searching for more and … More Food habits

The Family Courts

Introduction In view of increase in the incidence of matrimonial disputes and increasing pendency of the cases in civil and criminal courts, many requests had arose from the Judges and women organizations to the Central Government to pass a special legislation to deal exclusively with matrimonial matters. The law Commission in its reports 54 and … More The Family Courts

Necessity.

If a man is compelled to do an act out of sheer necessity, he will not be liable for the injurious consequences of it to another even if the said act has caused considerable damage to the latter. There is a well known saying that necessity knows no law. For example, if a boat fully … More Necessity.

Reproductive Rights and Women’s Health.

Women suffer health issue generally because of their ability to reproduce.The reproductive rights of women means the right of women to attain the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health and at the same time achieving full participation in the social and economic life.It includes various rights of women such as-right to abortion, right to … More Reproductive Rights and Women’s Health.

HEALTH RIGHTS OF CHILDREN.

India is one of the 193 countries that are signatories to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child(UNCRC).These rights include; (i) promoting healthy lives (addressing survival, nutrition, health care services etc.), (ii) providing quality education, and (iii) protection against abuse, exploitation and violence (combating child labor, child trafficking and child sexual abuse). … More HEALTH RIGHTS OF CHILDREN.

Law of Torts

Meaning and definition of torts. Law generally denotes any rule of human conduct enforced by the State. In its wider sense it includes all religious, social, political and moral rules of conduct. But all these are not strict rules of law. Only those rules of conduct of persons which are protected and enforced by the … More Law of Torts

Legal Language.

Legal language is the language of law, lawyers and Courts. Necessity of legal language arises in many circumstances which include the following :- (1) Oral representations, submissions and arguments before Courts. (2) Consultation among judges. (3) Communication between Judge and Advocate (4) Communication among lawyers (5) Consultation among lawyer, client and witnesses (6) Interpretation of … More Legal Language.

CITATIONS.

Citations are the references to authorities in support of legal propositions.Eg :- Citation of cases, citation of books, citation of articles. Article 141 of the Constitution of India provides that the law declared by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India. A legal principle laid down authoritatively by … More CITATIONS.

The Principle of Caveat emptor and Caveat venditor.

The law relating to consumer protection is not an innovation of the modern times. The people of ancient times were also aware of the need for protection of consumer interests. Regulations against adulterated food and false weights and measures are said to have prevailed in ancient times. For example: Old Testament, the code of Hamurabi, … More The Principle of Caveat emptor and Caveat venditor.

Human Rights

Protection of Human Rights “Human Rights” means the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in the International Covenants and enforced by Courts. “International Covenants”  means the International Covenants on civil and political rights and the International Covenant on economic, social and cultural rights adopted … More Human Rights

Law and Fact

While adjudicating a case, the court has to consider questions of both law and fact involved in the case. 1) Question of law (1) Question of a law is a question as to what the law on a point is.Eg: What is the period of limitation of a particular suit?  The law on this point … More Law and Fact