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Extra Judicial Confession

  Extrajudicial Confession is a confession made out of court, and not as a part of a judicial examination or investigation. Such a confession must be corroborated by some other proof of the corpus delicti, or else it is insufficient… Continue Reading →

High Court Power and Appeal

The high courts are the principal civil courts of original jurisdiction in each state and union territory. However, a high court exercises its original civil and criminal jurisdiction only if the subordinate courts are not authorized by law to try such matters… Continue Reading →

Basic Structure of Constitution

The Constitution of India has stated some basic features that cannot be altered through amendments by Parliament. This is known as BASIC STRUCTURE DOCTRINE. This gives power to Supreme Court to review and repeal the Constitutional amendments and acts enacted… Continue Reading →

JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT AND NEPOTISM

INTRODUCTION Constitution of any country basically gives the details regarding the fundamental or basic or apex organs of government and administration which describes the structure, composition powers, functions and duties and other relevant information. 1 In a similar way, the… Continue Reading →

Who is “Owner” under Motor Vehicles Act

INTRODUCTION In general legal terms, ownership of property may be private, collective, or common, and the property may be of objects, land or real estate, or intellectual property. Determining ownership in law involves determining who has certain rights and duties… Continue Reading →

#KathuaRapeCase: SC Issues Notice to J&K Lawyers and Bar Association

The Supreme Court has taken suo motu cognizance of contentious Kathua rape and murder case. In the heinous crime an 8 eight year old girl was brutally raped and murdered in the District of Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir. The intensity of… Continue Reading →

Husband Cannot Divorce His Wife Who Is Terminally Ill For Consideration: Supreme Court

Anuradha Samir Vennangot v. Mohandas Samir Vennangot Facts The petitioner wife got married with the respondent husband in April 2013. The petitioner was a divorcee wife while the respondent was a bachelor. In 2013, some misunderstanding developed between them and… Continue Reading →

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