ACCIDENT AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY

Author – Vaishali Panch ACCIDENT AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY Section 80 deals with accident in doing a lawful act – nothing is an offence which is done by accident or misfortune and without any criminal intention or knowledge in the doing of a lawful act in a lawful manner by lawful means and with proper careContinue reading “ACCIDENT AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY”

INTRODUCTION TO THE INDIAN PENAL CODE

ssAuthor – Jheel Pathak The Law of Crime: Indian Penal Code (IPC) Introduction and Definition What is crime ? CRIME denotes an unlawful act punishable by a state. The term “crime” does not, in modern criminal law, have any simple and universally accepted definition, though statutory definitions have been provided for certain purposes. The mostContinue reading “INTRODUCTION TO THE INDIAN PENAL CODE”

BASIC STRUCTURE (DOCTRINE) OF THE CONSTITUTION

Author – Aastha Khurana INTRODUCTION Two main articles of Indian constitution for understanding the concept of basic structure are Article 13 and Article 368.                         ARTICLE 13                         ARTICLE 368 PROTECTOR OF THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS HOLDS THE POWER TO AMMEND THE CONSTITUTION The frequent questions that come into the mind are: Can the Constitution beContinue reading “BASIC STRUCTURE (DOCTRINE) OF THE CONSTITUTION”

DEFINATION OF A STATE UNDER ARTICLE 12

Name of the Author – Gaurav Kumar , Surendranath Law College Introduction: Part III of the Indian Constitution contains Article 12-35 which deals with Fundamental rights for the Indian Citizens. There is a set of rights that have been provided by the Indian Constitution in the said part, which includes right to equality, freedom ofContinue reading “DEFINATION OF A STATE UNDER ARTICLE 12”

CONCEPT AND GROUNDS OF DIVORCE UNDER HINDU LAW

Author:Mudit Goswami INTRODCUTION: – The concept of divorce was not known in the ancient times. Marriage was a scared conception. Divorce was obscure to the laws of Dharamshastras as marriage was viewed as constant association of the couple. Manu doesn’t support of disintegration of marriage in any conditions. As per the Arthashastra, marriage can endContinue reading “CONCEPT AND GROUNDS OF DIVORCE UNDER HINDU LAW”

POWERS AND DUTIES OF KARTA UNDER HINDU LAW

Author: Mudit Goswami  INTRODUCTION: – Who is Karta? The joint Hindu family is a patriarchal form association and the leader of the family is known as Karta. He is the senior-most male individual from the family and as a head or chief of the family, he is the agent of the family and represents or inContinue reading “POWERS AND DUTIES OF KARTA UNDER HINDU LAW”

PARTITION UNDER HINDU LAW

Author: Mudit Goswami  INTRODUCTION: – A partition is a demonstration by which a coparcener cuts off his relations with the joint family and loses his status of a coparcener and turns into a free individual from the connections of the joint family. A significant outcome of such partition is that the portion of coparcener or coparcenersContinue reading “PARTITION UNDER HINDU LAW”

OFFENCES AGAINST WOMEN UNDER IPC

Author: Gaurav Kumar Introduction In our society women are always regarded as inferior to men not only in physical terms but also in physiological or other terms. The patriarchal society has created a new social order in our society where women hold a subordinated position to men in dignity, social- position, leadership or decision-making. ThereContinue reading “OFFENCES AGAINST WOMEN UNDER IPC”

THE MOTOR VEHICLE ACT, 1988 AND 2019 AMENDMENT

‘Alert today, alive tomorrow’ INTRODUCTION The Motor Vehicles Act came into existence in 1988. It laid down rules and regulations on all aspects of road transport, including registration of motor vehicles, controlling their permits, traffic regulation, insurances and penalties. Also, the Motor Vehicle Act makes it compulsory for a driver to have a valid drivingContinue reading “THE MOTOR VEHICLE ACT, 1988 AND 2019 AMENDMENT”