Power of Writs under Indian Constitution

The Supreme Court of India has been acknowledged as the “Guardian” of Indian Constitution and this legacy has been endowed to it because of the power of writs bequeathed with it and the High Courts. A Writ fundamentally means “a command” given by the court of law to people of all the levels in the... Continue Reading →

How to file a sexual harassment complaint ?

How to File a Sexual Harassment Complaint? In India, the problem of sexual harassment at the workplace is increasingly coming out of the closet. The basic reason behind almost all types of harassment or violence against women lies in our society's patriarchal structure itself.  In addition to being abusive and unfair, sexual harassment at the... Continue Reading →

Everything about PCSJ Exam

Judge- is the most desired and aspired designation of every law graduate. For every person who is interested in works related to public welfare, the judiciary may prove a worthwhile option for them. Not only is it a way to remain closely connected with the law throughout your professional life, but also one that offers... Continue Reading →

Difference between Residence and Domicile

According to the Cambridge English Dictionary, the word Domicile (mool pramana patra) basically means the place where a person lives whereas the word Residence (samanya niwas patra) means the place where a person permanently lives since a long-term. If we carefully look at the meaning of both the words, we can deduce that Residence is... Continue Reading →

The duties of an Advocate towards his Client

The relationship between a client and an advocate is fiduciary in nature that is based on pure trust and honesty. The openness in communication is an essential factor for both client and advocate to get his case resolved in a smooth manner for the former and to execute his job diligently in case of the... Continue Reading →

A Sneak-Peak into Parliamentary Privileges in India

The Indian Parliament holds the power of the Indian Law-Making Procedure. The Parliament of India contains The Lok Sabha (Lower House), The Rajya Sabha (Upper House), and The President of India. These three portions are collectively known as THE PARLIAMENT OF INDIA. They are the essence of Indian Democracy and the most high-profile and powerful... Continue Reading →

Can a common man get gun license in India

Can a Common Man Get Gun License in India? In accordance to a survey conducted by the American Medical Association, India holds third rank in the world in cases of Gun-Related deaths i.e.  Guns has been most frequently used in the past recorded years of this country. This scenario is rather very shocking considering the... Continue Reading →

Differences between A Cheque And A Demand Draft

Both a Cheque and a Demand Draft are defined as valid instruments of transfer of money under the Negotiable Instruments Act 1881 in India.  The cheque is a most commonly used form of Negotiable Instrument which is issued against deposits in Bank. The cheque has proven to be the most convenient tool for money transfer... Continue Reading →

How to read a Bare Act, for beginners.

Bare Act in layman language can be explained as an original copy of words of provisions that were taken or used up by the lawmakers during the enactment of that particular act. Bare Act is the base of law subjects i.e. it is believed to be accurate and dependable by all the people in the... Continue Reading →

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