The National Green Tribunal Act, 2010 is an Act of the Parliament of #India which enables creation of a special tribunal to handle the expeditious disposal of the cases pertaining to environmental issues. #LegalAid The post National Green Tribunal (NGT) Act 2010 appeared first on Legal Aid.
We all are aware of the term “Constitution of India“ or in Hindi “Bharat Ka Samvidhan” but most of us don’t know what does it say? Or what is written and in which pattern it was written. So in the beginning there is preamble and then there is PART I of the Indian Constitution in [...] The post Constitution of India appeared first on Legal Aid.
Crime and criminals are everywhere on this planet earth and you can say, not a single Country is left where there is no crime or zero crime rates and no criminals. Almost all the countries have laws and regulations to control crime and arrest and punish criminals so do we have in our country and [...] The post Section 46 of Criminal Procedure Code appeared first on Legal Aid.
Brief about this Act This Act was introduced in the year 1983 and was made to protect married women from being subjected to any kinds of cruelty done by the husband or relatives (Mother in law, Father in law, Sister in law or Brother in law etc.) of the husband. The expression “cruelty” has been [...] The post Section 498-A IPC appeared first on Legal Aid.
What is motor Vehicle? A motor vehicle has various names such as automotive vehicle or motorized vehicle and it is a self propelled vehicle, usually wheeled, and that doesn’t operate on rail ( such as trains or trams or 4-wheelers) and is used for the transportation of people or goods. Vehicles propulsion is provided by [...] The post The Motor Vehicle Act appeared first on Legal Aid.
What is known property rights? Property rights are defined as the theoretical and legal ownership of resources and how a person can use those resources. These resources can be in both the forms tangible and intangible and can be owned by an individuals, businesses, and governments. If we see this property rights in terms of [...] The post Property Rights appeared first on Legal Aid.
We are living in 21st century and this is the era of smart phones and technology and people spend hours and hours on these electronic devices for varies reasons such as for work, education, entertainment, shopping, and for staying connected to the world through different websites and apps. As now everything is available online for [...] The post Section 66A of the IT Act appeared first on Legal Aid.
“Kanoon ko hanth me lena” we usually heard this line around us or many times we heard this in hindi movies which means taking law in hands or in other words doing unlawful activities such as mob lynching by group of people or extra-judicial killing. Now a days these unlawful activities are very normal for [...] The post Extra-judicial killings/execution appeared first on Legal Aid.
On 28th November 2005 Lok Sabha passed the Disaster Management Act and it was passed by Rajya Sabha on 12th December 2005. On December 23rd 2005, it received assent of The President of India and It has 11 chapters and 79 sections and it extends to the whole of India. This Act provides for “the [...] The post The Disaster Management Act, 2005 appeared first on Legal Aid.
Fundamental rights in simple words:- Fundamental rights are those rights which are essential for survival of humans in a society or in a country. They are very important for intellectual, moral and spritual development of people of India as these are essential for existence and all-round development of a person that is why they are [...] The post Our Fundamental Rights appeared first on Legal Aid.
Most of us are aware of Fundamental Rights of Indian Constitution but when it comes to Fundamental Duties hardly we know about them now here you will get everything about fundamental duties every Indian should be aware of. So basically Fundamental Duties are the moral obligations implied by the Indian Constitution for all the citizen [...] The post Our Fundamental Duties appeared first on Legal Aid.
What is Appellate system:- Appellate system is a judiciary system in which one always has an option to appeal in a higher level of court if they feel that the original court's decision has not rendered justice to them and there is possibility that a higher lever court will do justice with them. In this [...] The post Appellate System In India appeared first on Legal Aid.
What is section 144? Section 144 or in common words Dhara 144 is the Criminal Procedure Code of 1973 which gives authority to executive magistrate of any state or Union territories to issue an order to Prohibit the gathering of people or assembly of four or more than four people in an particular area. If [...] The post Section 144 appeared first on Legal Aid.
What is Sarai ? Sarai means " any building used for shelter and accommodation of travellers, and includes, in any case in which only part of a building is used as a sarai, the part so used of such building" According to the act. This act defines even the Keeper of that sarai as "includes [...] The post Indian Sarais Act 1867 appeared first on Legal Aid.
You must have heard this famous hindi lines from your elders “aaya Ram gya Ram” Which simply means that someone is coming whenever he wants to come and going whenever he wants to go and no one is bounded to stay. Something like this was happening Around 1967 when a political leader/MLA Gaya Lal of [...] The post The Anti-defection Law appeared first on Legal Aid.
Special leave petition or SLP means that any individual/aggrieved party has special permission to be heard in appeal against judgment of any high court or tribunal in the territory of India. This is not an appeal but a petition filed for an appeal and on the basis of this SLP the Apex Court may heard [...] The post Special leave Petition appeared first on Legal Aid.