What is a Registration

The registration of immovable property sale and purchase paperwork is required and enables the preservation of evidence, the avoidance of fraud, and the assurance of title. After a buyer purchases a property, the legal transfer of ownership occurs only when the immovable asset is registered in the government's records in his name. Because the buyer... Continue Reading →


Anil Ramesh Dave was born on November 19, 1951, is the current Executive-Chairman of the National Legal Services Authority and a former judge of the Supreme Court of India. He served as Chief Justice of the Andhra Pradesh High Court and the Bombay High Court before being appointed to the Supreme Court of India. He... Continue Reading →

Who can transfer a property?

A live person can transfer property to one or more other living persons, or to himself, or to himself and one or more other living persons, in the present or in the future, and to transfer property is to undertake such an act. The Transfer of Property Act's purpose is to establish and alter the... Continue Reading →


National Commission for Scheduled Castes and National Commission for Scheduled Tribes stated under Article 338 and Article 338 A of the Indian Constitution are a constitutional body and not a statutory body. Some other authorities like The National Commission for Minorities (1992), The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (2007) are statutory bodies as... Continue Reading →

Marital Rape- A legal Crime

We are living in the 21st century but still male patriarchy prevails over dignity and self- respect of the woman. This could be seen in the exception (2) of section 375 of the Indian penal code which talks about the validity of marital rape.Violence against women has now become part of daily routine life. Marital... Continue Reading →

Can judicial orders violate fundamental rights?

On violation of fundamental rights by a governmental body or by the state authorities, the aggrieved person can approach the court under articles 32 and 226 by filing a writ petition. However, can a court breach a fundamental right. And if it does, what could be the possible remedy? In this article, we will deal... Continue Reading →

Can fundamental rights be waived off?

Constitution of India provides a set of fundamental rights to all the citizens which protects them from the atrocities and biasness of the state. There are other set of rights also called the statutory rights and constitutional rights. However, a fundamental right is on a higher pedestal than any other type of right provided under... Continue Reading →

Right to protest: A fundamental right?

Freedom of assembly is a human right. The right to peaceful protest comes from this and other rights, including freedom of association and freedom of speech. Those laws that restrict the freedom of assembly, online or offline expression, or the people's ability to associate in any setting violate the freedom of assembly. A country that... Continue Reading →

Fundamental Rights

Fundamental Rights (Articles 12-35) Enshrined in Part-III of Indian Constitution, Fundamental Rights are the basic human rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India. The six fundamental rights involves Right to Equality, Right to freedom, Right against exploitation, Right to freedom of Religion, Cultural and Educational Rights and Right to constitutional Remedies. At first Right to... Continue Reading →


The vitality of fundamental rights is stated in our constitution. Part III of the constitution covers all the traditional civil and political rights enumerated in the universal declaration of human rights. Dr B R Ambedkar described them as the most citizen part of the constitution. They were considered essential to protect the liberties and rights... Continue Reading →


If you are a law aspirant, then, you must remember the date 24 April, 1973 not only for the birthdate of Sachin Tendulkar but also on the same date this remarkable case was decided, which has been playing a great role between Judiciary and Parliament from then till today. Under this case, the Supreme Court... Continue Reading →

article 19(1)(g) vs Article 48 of constitution of india

Article 19(1)(g) guarantees the fundamental right to freedom of trade, occupation, profession or business whereas Article 48 guarantees organization of agriculture and animal husbandry. Cow slaughter finds a special mention in the Constitution of India under this article. It can be seen that this article was inserted in the Constitution merely, from the point of... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION Article 370 of the Indian constitution gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, a region located in northern part of India. The article was drafted in Part XXI of the Constitution titled “Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions” The Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir, after its establishment, was empowered to recommend the articles of the Indian constitution that should be applied... Continue Reading →

Fundamental Rights

Fundamental rights are rights that have been recognized by the supreme court as requiring a higher degree of protection from government encroachment. These laws protect these rights even from the governments themselves. These are basic human freedoms which every Indian citizen has the right to a proper and harmonious development of personality. These rights are... Continue Reading →

Fundamental rights

  Article 12-35 of the Constitution of India deals with fundamental rights. These human rights are granted to Indian citizens because the Constitution stipulates that these rights are inviolable. The right to life, dignity and education are among the six basic rights. Fundamental rights are the basic human rights stipulated in the Constitution of India,... Continue Reading →


Introduction: India is a country of diverse culture. It is known around the world as one of the most diverse countries as it has people from all different sects of society, each with their own customs and rituals and languages and traditions making up our country as a whole. To the outside world each sect... Continue Reading →

Article 19: Freedom of Speech And Expression Explained:

Over the years, judicial creativity, judicial wisdom and judicial craftsmanship have widened the scope of freedom of speech & expression by including in it the following aspects- Freedom of Press: Democracy can thrive through vigilant eye of Legislature but also care and guidance of public opinion and press par excellence. Freedom of speech include right... Continue Reading →

Changing Dynamics of Right To Health

Health in status quo has become the focus of the international community. The Covid19 pandemic has highlighted the necessity for an improved International legal structure to safeguard the right to health. The havoc created by the virus is alarming. The right to health lies within the broad umbrella of human rights, making it a very... Continue Reading →

Fundamental Rights

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTSFundamental rights are the basic human rights enshrined in the Constitution of India which are guaranteed to all citizens. They are applied without discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, etc. Significantly, fundamental rights are enforceable by the courts, subject to certain conditions. Why are they called Fundamental Rights?These rights are called fundamental... Continue Reading →

Golden Triangle of the Indian Constitution

In 1948, while drafting the Indian Constitution, the Constituent Assembly framers took inspiration from the Americans Bill of Rights. The Americans were the first to incorporate the Bill of Rights into its Constitution, thus giving it a Constitutional Status. Following these steps, the framers of our Constitution incorporated a Chapter in the Constitution dealing with... Continue Reading →

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