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Introduction to Civil Procedure Code

Introduction The Civil Procedure Code was passed in 1908 and came into force from 1st January 1909. The Civil Procedure Code neither creates nor takes away any right. It is intended to regulate the procedures followed by the civil court. Laws can be divided into two groups – Substantive law Adjective or Procedural Law The substantive law determines the……...

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The Citizen and Administrative Faults

Introduction Over the past few decades, there has been a tremendous increase in the amount of activities that have been performed by the government. Due to this, a wide amount of powers have been awarded to government officials making the entire process more susceptible to individual grievances. Off late, the number of complaints regarding bribery, corruption, delays, negligence……...

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Constitutional Protection to Civil Servants

Constitutional Protection to Civil Servants | Overview Introduction Service Rules Tenure of Office (Doctrine of Pleasure) Limitations to the Doctrine of Pleasure Constitutional Safeguards Extent of Protection INTRODUCTION The Government of India is the largest employer of the people of India. The Railways provide the most number of jobs. There are nearly 6.4 million people employed by the… Read More »

Regional Conventions on Human Rights

Each region has its own systems of human rights conventions. The Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa have all established regional conventions. INTRODUCTION Human rights are the most basic rights that are awarded to all humans, regardless of their sex, race, ethnicity, nationality, or religion. Human rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture,……...

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Rights and Duties in Jurisprudence

Rights and Duties in Jurisprudence Overview Introduction Definition of Right Theories of Legal Rights Elements of a Legal Right Kinds of Legal Rights Enforcement of Legal Rights Duty Introduction The development of society is credited to the constant evolution of law. When people come into contact with each other, everyone has certain rights and duties obligated towards one……...

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Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation

INTRODUCTION Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation falls as the XIVth Chapter of the Companies Act, 2013. From Section 206 to Section 229, the details of Inspection, Inquiry and Investigations are explained. The Shareholders of a Company have several rights, including those of the right to vote and elect their directors, right to convene board meetings, right to receive dividends……...

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Aliens – Admission, Expulsion and Rights under International Law

Introduction The term ‘Alien’ is generally associated with extraterrestrial beings on spaceships in outer space. In the legal aspect though, it refers to a foreign-born resident who is not a citizen by virtue of parentage or naturalization and who is still a citizen or subject of another country. It essentially means those who live in a state other……...

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Assault, Battery and Mayhem – Trespass to the Person

INTRODUCTION Assault and Battery are two terms that are used interchangeably extremely often. In one’s mind, the term ‘assault’ means to physically hit or injure another, but it is not so. They are two distinct legal terms. In reality, it is ‘battery’ that means the action of physical force upon a person, whilst ‘assault’ refers to attempting battery……...

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Basic Structure Doctrine: The Amendment of the Constitution

Basic Structure Doctrine: The Amendment of the Constitution | Overview Introduction Amendment of Fundamental Rights Basic Structure Doctrine What Constitutes Basic Structure? Limitation of Basic Structure Doctrine Conclusion Basic Structure Doctrine: The ‘Doctrine of Basic Structure’ is a doctrine that was propounded by the Indian Judiciary on 24th April 1973 in the famous Keshavananda Bharati case to put……...

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