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“The great Indian wedding is succumbing to the great Indian divorce”. Perhaps it’s true in India, marriage is one of the most sacramental and ritualistic bonds of the couple and talking about divorce was still unknown to the Hindu law because marriage was considered as an indissoluble union of the husband and wife. There was … Continue reading How to Get Divorce without Mutual Consent In India
Landmark Indian Judgments Following are the three cases which had brought a tremendous change in the Indian legal system of our country. They are explained as follows- NIRBHAYA CASE This is one of the landmark cases of our Indian society which has led to bringing many changes to our legal system of our country. On … Continue reading 3 Landmark Cases for Access to Justice
Right to legal aid mainly means free legal aid should be provided to the poor and the weaker section of the society so that the justice should be provided to them at an affordable price. This provision is mainly mentioned mainly in Article 39A of the Constitution of India. And is also a part of … Continue reading Right to Legal Aid and Access To Justice
Bail implies impermanent arrival of a charged individual anticipating preliminary, in some cases on condition that an aggregate of cash is held up to ensure their appearance in court. At the end of the day discharge or secure the arrival of a detainee on an instalment of safeguard. It might be characterized as security. For … Continue reading How to Get Anticipatory Bail in India?
Legal aid mainly means giving free legal services to the needy people who are unable to afford the advocate for the conduct of the case. The Constitution of India contains the preamble which states the aim to secure people of Indian justice-socio economic and political. “Legal aid” is a legal support, to the poorer and … Continue reading Concept of legal aid in India
Bail in the bailable offence When any person who is accused for a bailable offence then the person is arrested or detained without warrant by an police officer who is in charge of it, or appears or is brought before a Court, and is prepared at any time while in the custody of such officer … Continue reading Different Kinds of Bail In India
Bail is a set of restrictions that are forced on a suspect while pre-trial, to ensure they comply with the judicial process. In the United States, the bail mainly implies to the bail bond. A bail bond is a kind of money or the property which is deposited by a suspect to the court so … Continue reading What is Bail and the grounds for refusal?
Contempt can be classified as civil or criminal and direct or indirect. Criminal contempt can be mainly defined as the disobedient or open disrespect towards the court of law. This means that even though it might have aroused out of a civil or criminal case, but it punishes the conduct that violates the court’s rule, … Continue reading Criminal Contempt – The Laws Related to Criminal Intimidation
Legal aid mainly means providing free legal aid services for free to the needy or the poor section of the society. These are those people who are not capable to afford a legal representative for them who can fight a case for them. So the government has brought out the service of free legal aid … Continue reading Objectives of Legal Aid in India
The Employee's Compensation Act, 1923 It is also known as the Workmen Compensation Act. This Act has specified the meaning of the employee under Section 2(dd) of the Act which includes railway servant, captain and crew of aircraft driver, the mechanic of motor vehicle etc. This act focuses on compensating employees if suffered injuries from … Continue reading Top 10 Laws for Protection of Employee in India