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Legal word

  Legal word मुक़दमा - -   lawsuit अवैध - illegal सबूत - - evidence निर्णय --- verdict अपराध -- crime @1 अभियोगी - - plaintiff अभियोगी - - plaintiff अभियुक्त --- defendant दिवालियापन - - bankruptcy अपराधी -- criminal जज -- judge निर्णय -- decision @2 रिहा करना -- discharge निर्णय --- judgement क़ानूनी -- legal गवाह -- witness सज़ा - sentence क़ानून -- law न्यायालय -- court न्याय - - justice @3 Legal word ज्यूरी - jury महाभियोग -- - impeachment अपील करना --- appeal मुआवज़ा - damages निषेधाज्ञा -- injunction ब्रीफ़ --- brief पूर्व उदाहरण -- precedent वारंट --- warrant दलील --- plea @4 आंतरिक अधिकारी --- insider न्यायपरस्ता -- equity दोषसिद्धि ---- conviction शिकायत --- complaint सह - अपराधी -- accomplice लागू करना --- enforcement पीड़ित -- victim

WHEN ACT CAME INTO FORCE/For All Competitve Examinations.

 WHEN ACT CAME INTO FORCE/ For All Competitve Examinations.      @1 (1)Indian Penal Code -1st January 1862.      (2)Civil Procedure Code-1st January 1909   (3)Criminal Procedure Code-1st April 1974. (4)Evidence Act - 1st September 1872. @2 (5)Transfer of Property Act - 1st July 1882. (6)Indian Contract Act - 1st September                                      1872. (7)Sale of Goods Act - 1st July 1930 @3 (8)Partnership Act - 1st October 1932. Section 69  included-  1st October 1933. (9)Limitation Act--  1st January 1964. On such date as the central Government may, by notification in the official Gazette,appoint. @4 (10)Specific Relief Act- came in to force in 1963 On such date as the central Government may,by notification in the official Gazette, appoint.  Specific Relief (Amendment)Act- 1st August 2018. (11) Maharashtra Rent Control Act-31st March 2000. style="font-size: large;"> @5 THANK YOU


  IMPORTANT MAXIMS  IN LAW & LEGAL     @1       PHRASES Maxim: Res ipsa loquitur- Meaning: The thing speaks for itself When to use it : When after an abdominal surgery, the surgeon leaves a scalpel in your tummy, his/her negligence would be res ipsa loquitur.  @2 Maxim : Audi alteram partem- Meaning: No man can be condemned unheard Whom to use it with: Next time your wife accuses you of not paying enough attention to her while you are glued to your favourite sport, use audi alteram partem in your favour but make sure you come up with a good explanation when she asks for one (women love explanations).  Maxim- Ex turpi causa non oritur action. Meaning-From a dishonourable cause an action does not arise.                                                          Ex turpi causa non oritur action is a Latin phrase which means that the plaintiff would not be able to recover damages if it arises having in connection with an illegal activity. This maxim is also called illegality

Sources of the Indian Constitution

  Sources of the Indian Constitution –   The other borrowed provisions from different countries and details of those are given in the table below: Countries @1 Borrowed Features of Indian Constitution Australia Concurrent list Freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse Joint-sitting of the two Houses of Parliament Canada Federation with a strong Centre Vesting of residuary powers in the Centre Appointment of state governors by the Centre Advisory jurisdiction of the Supreme Court Ireland Directive Principles of State Policy Nomination of members to Rajya Sabha Method of election of the president @2   Japan Procedure Established by law Soviet Union (USSR) (now, Russia) Fundamental duties Ideals of justice (social, economic and political) in the Preamble UK Parliamentary government Rule of Law Legislative procedure Single Citizenship Cabinet system Prerogative writs Parliamentary privileges Bicameralism @3          US Fundamental rights Independence of judiciary Judicial review I

Distribution of Property after Death – Hindu Male

  Distribution of Property after Death – Hindu Male For Hindus, testamentary succession (succession by way of Will ) is as per the Indian Succession Act and intestate succession (succession without Will) is as per the Hindu Succession Act. In this article, we look in detail the process for distribution of property after death of a Hindu male as per the Hindu Succession Act. @1 Class 1 Heirs The Hindu Succession Act groups the heirs of a male Hindu into four categories and lays down that his/her inheritable property devolves firstly upon the heirs specified in Class I which are as under: Sons Daughters Widow Mother Son of a pre-deceased son Daughter of a pre-deceased son Son of a pre-deceased daughter Daughter of a pre-deceased daughter Widow of a pre-deceased son Son of a pre-deceased son of a pre-deceased son Daughter of a pre-deceased son of a pre-deceased son Widow of a pre-deceased son of a pre-deceased son Son of a predeceased daughter of a predeceased daughter Daughter of a de