Secularism in India: Overview

This article ‘Secularism in India’ written by Aman Kumar, Sourav Chakraborty & Md Tauhid Karim discusses the concept, history, threat, positives and criticisms associated with Secularism in India. Secularism in India If we look up the meaning of the word ‘Secular‘ anywhere, the resultant answer would come up as being separate from religion or more elaborately someone who… Read More »

Case Analysis: S.R. Bommai v. Union of India (1994)

The landmark judgement of S.R. Bommai v. Union of India (1994) examined some principal issues of constitutional law relating to the nature of the Constitution, aspects of centre-state relations, circumstances under which imposition of President’s rule in states could be justified, the scope of judicial review of the President’s satisfaction in imposing president’s rule in a state, dissolution… Read More »

EU Human Rights Law and its Impact on the UK Private Law

The article aims to analyze the impact of EU Human Rights Law on the UK private Law and its application by the courts in the United Kingdom. Introduction The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) is a human rights treaty signed by the 47 countries that are members of the Council of Europe. The European Convention on Human… Read More »

An Overview on Prison Reforms in the UK

The present article, “An Overview of Prison Reforms in the UK” will focus on prison reforms in the UK. Firstly, the article will examine the history of penal institutions. Secondly, the prison administrative framework will be discussed, and the administrative or legislative documents affecting the prison reforms themselves will be examined. Finally, the various issues and concerns of… Read More »

Distinguish between Res judicata and Res sub judice. 

Question: Distinguish between Res judicata and Res sub judice.  Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Distinguish between Res judicata and Res sub judice.] Answer Res judicata and Res sub judice The doctrine of Res Judicata has been defined in Section 11 of the Civil Procedure Code. The doctrine of the Res Judicata means the……...

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Write a critical note on Undue influence.

Question: Write a critical note on Undue influence. [BJS 1980] Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Write a critical note on Undue influence.] Answer Undue influence is defined under Section 16 of The Indian Contract Act, 1872 which means one party uses its dominant position over the party and tries to obtain an……...

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Write a critical note on ‘Unconscionable Bargains’

Question: Write a critical note on ‘Unconscionable Bargains’. Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Write a critical note on ‘Unconscionable Bargains’] Answer Where one of the parties to a contract is in a position to dominate the will of the other and the contract is apparently unconscionable, that is, unfair, the law presumes……...

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Write critical note on Wagering Agreements.

Question: Write a critical note on Wagering Agreements. [BJS 2017, MPJS 1998] Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Write a critical note on Wagering Agreements.] Answer Section 30 of The Indian Contract Act,1872 defines wagering in very simple terms, as it is a bet on something which could bring a win or the……...

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