The Supreme power: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of India is all-powerful in the sense that it is the government's least hazardous branch, second only to the Executive and the Legislature. It is the supreme guardian of the Constitution of India. It is the protector of the rights and fundamental freedom of the people of India. It survives all the... Continue Reading →


The human body is a marvel of engineering. The future of childbirth in the form of test tube infants, as well as surrogate motherhood enabled by new reproductive and cloning technology, will open up hitherto unimagined sexual options. Surrogacy is an assisted reproduction approach in which a woman agrees to become pregnant for the goal... Continue Reading →


The current era is the age of social media, in which all small and large enterprises rely on it to operate. Is your company safe from any legal ramifications that may arise as a result of using social media to promote your products and services? Are your employees aware of these issues and how to... Continue Reading →


Only when there is social harmony, social solidarity, and social order in a society can it survive and function well. Solidarity and social order are terms used to describe societal concord. Social harmony or togetherness does not happen by accident. Individual members of society must try and battle in order to bring it out. Only... Continue Reading →


Everyone believes that cybercrime consists solely of stealing someone's personal information. However, we can define cyber crime as "the use of an electronic device (computer, laptop, etc.) for the purpose of stealing someone's data or attempting to harm them using a computer. "Furthermore, it is a criminal conduct that encompasses a slew of difficulties ranging... Continue Reading →


The death penalty, sometimes known as execution or the death penalty, is a form of capital punishment. If someone is sentenced to death in this manner, it is a death sentence. Capital crimes, often known as capital offences, are crimes that are punishable by death. The word capital comes from the Latin capitalis, which means... Continue Reading →


The state or the sovereign, according to this legal idea, can commit no legal wrong and is exempt from civil and criminal prosecution. It comes from the British common law principle of "rex non potest peccare," which means "the monarch cannot injure." There are two reasons why this doctrine should be believed: The state could... Continue Reading →


End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a communication system in which only the people communicating may read the messages. In theory, it prevents prospective eavesdroppers from accessing the cryptographic keys needed to decode the discussion, such as telecom providers, Internet providers, and even the communication service provider. The goal of end-to-end encryption is to prevent data from... Continue Reading →


Groups make up society. The foundation of society is a group of people. The sheer presence of people in a physical space, however, does not constitute a social group. When two or more people are in direct or indirect contact and communication, they form a social group. The group members stimulate and respond to each... Continue Reading →


Rape is a vital term that has more than just a meaning attached to it. We have a lot of laws and regulations in place to safeguard the rights of rape victims, but isn't it interesting that while rape is considered a fatal crime by society and the law, marital rapes are not? This is... Continue Reading →


With the quick evolution of the cyber space in our day-to-day routine, we, the human beings, are delving further into this cyber eco-system, and the notion of digital signature is one of them. Now that UIDAI systems are necessary across India, we are delving deeper into this. And the Covid-19 is like a gas in... Continue Reading →


Every individual has a moral obligation to treat animals with respect and compassion. Countless cats, dogs, and other animals suffer and die every day at the hands of those who are supposed to protect and care for them. Many animals face physical aggression, emotional abuse, and life-threatening neglect on a regular basis. The staggering number... Continue Reading →


Negligence comes from the Latin word Negligentia, which meaning "to fail to pick up." It is generally knowledge that the tort law of India is based on English common law. As a result, the courts of India develop and modify negligence legislation based on the principles of justice, equality, and good conscience. Negligence entails a... Continue Reading →


Contempt of court can be either civil or criminal, according to the Contempt of Courts Act of 1971. Wilful disobedience to a court's judgement, decree, directive, order, writ, or other procedure, or wilful breach of an undertaking filed to a court, is classified as civil contempt. The highest court is a "Court of Record," according... Continue Reading →


Both parents raised their child together, but following their divorce, they both desire custody of the child in their favour. The wellbeing of the child whose custody is in dispute is always considered by the court, not the welfare of the parents. The term "welfare" refers to both physical and mental well-being. Physical custody is... Continue Reading →

Domestic violence

Family and domestic violence is a major problem in the United States, impacting an estimated 10 million people each year; domestic violence affects one out of every four women and one out of every nine males. Almost every healthcare professional will examine or treat a patient who has been a victim of domestic or familial... Continue Reading →


Cyberspace is the computer-generated world of the internet, and the laws that govern it are known as Cyber laws, and all users of this space are subject to these laws because it has a form of global jurisdiction. Cyber law is a branch of law that deals with legal issues arising from the usage of... Continue Reading →

Nature and trends of legal profession

Being a legal advisor resembles being a tour guide in a foreign nation. Your clients don’t even have the foggiest idea about the region or communicate the language. You act as their translator, speaking on their behalf and assisting them in comprehending what is going on. There is, however, one distinction. Tourists do not blame... Continue Reading →

dowry system

Dowry is a system in which the bride's family gives the groom, his parents, and relatives durable items, cash, and real or moveable property as a condition of the marriage. It is in the nature of the payment in cash or gifts which includes cash, jewelleries, electrical appliances, furniture, crockery, vehicles, etc. It is referred... Continue Reading →

Trespass to Person

The term "public interest" is frequently used to refer to the private interest, and it is commonly recognised by law as a distinct exception to the owner's "Right to exclude." Trespass is a broad topic that encompasses both civil and criminal aspects. Criminal trespass differs from civil trespass in that the former requires entry with... Continue Reading →

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