Causing Death with the consent of the deceased-Euthanasia and its Constitutional Validity

Throughout history, numerous tribes or civilizations have adopted euthanasia in some form or another. In some circumstances, it was thought acceptable in ancient Greece and Rome to aid in another person's death or to execute them. For instance, infants with serious birth abnormalities were executed at the Greek city of Sparta. Several ancient civilizations accepted... Continue Reading →


In no place does the Indian Penal Code, 1860, define the term "suicide." It is a self-inflicted or self-intentional human act to stop (ending). Simply put, it is an act of self-murder or self-killing. The act of intentionally taking one's own life or taking one's own life is known as suicide. Suicide is defined as... Continue Reading →

NOC for Transfer of Property from Legal Heirs

A no objection certificate or NOC is a very important document that establishes the legality of a particular transaction.  INTRODUCTION What is a No Objection Certificate? A No Objection Certificate (NOC) is a document granting consent for the purchase or construction of property to a person or a company. Applicants must get a No Objection... Continue Reading →

Can a Gift Deed be Challenged in India ?

What is a Gift Deed? A gift deed is a legal document that can be used to transfer immovable property in accordance with section 122 of the Transfer of Property Act, of 1882. A gift deed includes information about the property, the transferrer, and the recipient, similar to what a sale deed does. However, it permits... Continue Reading →

Things to be aware in Builder – Buyer Agreement

A builder-buyer agreement is a document which specifies the modalities, conditions and clauses between a builder and a homebuyer. The builder-buyer agreement contains clauses referring to the property in question, delivery information, and terms relating to default and late project delivery, among other things. At one point, delayed real estate projects affected the Indian real... Continue Reading →


Introduction : The right to property is a fundamental human right. It is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. It is also protected by the Constitution of India. We have been given certain rights and with it comes duty. In order to protect... Continue Reading →

Simple Mortgage

Step By Step, Place Became Property, Property Became A Mortgage, And Mortgages Became Derivative Investments. INTRODUCTION What Is a Mortgage? A mortgage, as per section 58 of the Transfer of Property Act, is a sort of loan used to buy or keep up a house, land, or other pieces of real estate. The borrower agrees to... Continue Reading →

Security Deposit while renting the property

"Service is the Rent we pay for the Privilege of Living on this Earth.” Introduction A security deposit is an amount that a tenant pays to the landlord at the start of the tenancy.                The sum that a tenant gives the landlord as a security deposit is paid at the beginning of the tenancy. It is... Continue Reading →

Right to Constitutional Remedies – A Fundamental Right

Part III of the Indian Constitution guarantees fundamental rights to the citizens. All those fundamental rights that make one's life worth living are ensured by these rights. Fundamental rights are very essential for the entire development of individuals and the country. The declaration of fundamental rights would be meaningless unless there is effective machinery for... Continue Reading →

Right to Life and Personal Liberty in India

Introduction “By term ‘life’ as here used, something more is meant than mere animal existence. The inhibition against its deprivation extends to all those limbs and faculties by which life is enjoyed. The provision equally prohibits the mutilation of the body by the amputation of an arm or leg, or the putting out of an... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION: India is a secular country where the Constitution doesn’t support any religion but respects every religion. India is home to different religions. Citizens of India are free to practice any religion they want to. State will not support any religion or encourages any religion. The Preamble of the Constitution of India starts with the... Continue Reading →


Introduction :  India is a secular country. India supports the slogan of “ Unity in Diversity”. Generally India doesn’t support ant religion and this may be the reason for people to apply for  Indian citizenship. Citizenship Act was first enacted by Parliament of India in the year 1955.It provides Indian citizenship to persons who desire... Continue Reading →

Freedom of Speech and Expression and its Territorial Extent

Introduction Article 19(1)(a): According to Article 19(1)(a), all citizens have the right to freedom of expression. This means that all citizens have the right to freely express their views and opinions. This includes not only word of mouth, but also speech in the form of texts, pictures, movies, banners, etc. India's Supreme Court has ruled... Continue Reading →

Freedom to form Association

Introduction Even as working together in a group, or a membership or in an association, an character wishes to assure that harmony is maintained. it's also important to endure in mind that the discipline and order present inside the society is preserved even as discharging the respective capabilities as well as in the course of... Continue Reading →

Freedom of Press

Freedom of Press Meaning of freedom of press The reason for the free press is seemed as growing a fourth institution out of doors the government as an extra check at the 3 respectable branches: - (i)executive. (ii) Legislative. (iii)Judiciary It's far the primary function of the press to offer comprehensive and object records on... Continue Reading →

Right to Silent

Right to silent is followed from British regulation that presented privilege and unhappiness to each the witnesses and accused on the same time. For a while, the provision of the proper to remain silent inside the constitution of numerous nations prevails in each crook and civil laws for turning in judgements. The preliminary encroachment of... Continue Reading →

Freedom To Assemble Peacefully

Freedom To Assemble Peacefully Article 19 is one of the most important articles establishing the “fundamental freedoms” guaranteed to all citizens of India. Article 19 (1) provides that every citizen has the right to freedom of speech, expression, assembly, association, movement, residence and trade, business, profession or profession. Article 19(1)(b) guarantees all citizens of India... Continue Reading →

Reasonable Restrictions

Introduction The basic rights guaranteed by the Indian Constitution are not absolute rights. This means that countries may limit the extent to which you can exercise these rights. It is here that the concept of reasonable restriction comes into play with Article 19 of the Constitution, which deals with freedom and the grounds for each... Continue Reading →

Protection of Civil Rights, 1995

Introduction The Civil Rights in India consist of rights regarding equality earlier than the regulation, freedom of speech, freedom of expression concerning non secular and cultural freedom, freedom of meeting, and freedom of faith. Phase 2 of the protection of the Civil Rights Act, 1955 lays down the definition of civil rights. This act prescribes... Continue Reading →

Operation of Ex-Post Facto Laws in India

Ex Post Facto Law Article 20(1) of the Indian Constitution states that- “(1) No person shall be convicted of any offence except for violation of the law in force at the time of the commission of the act charged as an offence, nor be subjected to a penalty greater than that which might have been... Continue Reading →

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