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Broadly, there are two kinds of disputes in the courts of law – civil and criminal offences. Any transgression of the law, that does not amount to a criminal offence or crime, is a civil offence.…Continue
Maintenance in Hindu and Islamic Law:It is an ancillary relief – in that it does not arise independently, but will be granted along with and as a consequence of relief such as divorce, custody.Under…Continue
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1. Principle: An act done by a child between 7 and 12 years of age is not an offence, if he/she is not mature enough to understand the nature and consequences of the act. [NLS 2000]…Continue
For both legal GK and legal reasoning, learning some criminal law can be important, because questions are often asked on these concepts. This quick snapshot of criminal law will enable you to learn what you need to know in half an hour. All the best! When you are done reading, try to solve these questions.
Since it is now very common for most law entrances to ask questions on legal GK and legal history, it will be a great idea to read up on the following subjects:
Development Under British East India Company
The Regulating Act for India, 1773
By 1773 the…
In the judicial system there are two types of cases: Civil cases and Criminal cases. Civil Procedure deals with non-criminal disputes. It is one of the most oldest and prevalent surviving legal systems in the world. Civil law is the most popular system of law. Civil law is a unique type of law inspired by Roman law Corpus Juris of emperor Justinian. It is based on the historic customs that are stuck…Continue