Call for Blogs All India Legal Forum

Call for Blogs: All India Legal Forum: No submission fees; Submissions on Rolling Basis About the Blog All India legal Forum (AILF) is a platform to provide valuable contemporary assessment of issues and developments in the legal field and also put forward quality legal content for the masses. The initiative aims to generate diverse social, […]

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Succession Certificate.

What is procedure to acquire Succession Certificate??

Nominee and Legal Heirs

What is role and rights of nominee and how nominee is different from Legal heirs?

Some Interesting and Unknown Facts About Supreme Court of India.

Supreme Court came into existence on 26 January, 1950 and is the apex court in India. It is located on Tilak Marg, New Delhi. It is a Constitutional body which is laid down in Part V of the Chapter V of the Constitution of India from Articles 124 to 147. Let us read some interesting […]

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19 Laws and Rights must be known to every Indian

1. Motor Vehicle Act 1988, section -185, 202:- At the time of driving if your 100ml. blood contains more than 30mg. of alcohol then the police can arrest you without a warrant. 2. Criminal Procedure Code, Section 46:- No woman cannot be arrested before 6 A.M. and after 6 P.M. 3.  Indian Penal Code, 166 A:- A Police officer can’t refuse to lodge an […]

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Some Basic Laws That Everyone Must Be Aware.

Below are some basic laws that everyone must be aware of: While buying an immovable property (flat or land)- A legal search of the property must be done. This is important because supposedly, if one bought a house without public notice or inspection, and it turned out that the owner did not have a clear […]

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When public face Police, they feel apprehensive, frightened or even alarmed, but when they are in trouble they rush towards Police for help. The primary Duty of a Police Officer is to prevent and detect crime and collect intelligence as per the Police Act, 1861, for the safety of the Society. But they are busy […]

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Panchanama is a Record, prepared in presence/witness of some person/Panchas. The Police prepare panchanama in the presence of Panchas under two circumstances: (i) An investigation into death, (ii) Search of Article as per Section 100 of Cr.P.C. Panchas must be independent, unbiased, Major and Sound mind. Generally they should be called from the locality, where […]

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Cognizable and Non-Cognizable offence

Cognizable offences are those in which the police can arrest without any warrant. These are more serious in nature. Non-cognizable offences on the other hand are those for which a police officer has no authority to arrest, unless with a warrant.   Difference between Cognizable and Non Cognizable offences; Cognizable Offence [sec.154 CrPC] Cognizable offence […]

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Legal Information Test Form

This function is not deprecated but is designed to echo the value from get_the_author() and as a result of any old theme that might still use the old behavior will also pass the value from get_the_author() . The normal, expected behavior of this function is to echo the author and not return it.

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What is Dying Declaration and how it is relevant in Indian Laws?


Legal maxims are established principles of law that are universally admitted, and people in the legal field are very well aware of these words. They are mostly Latin words or a combination of few words. Important Legal Maxims with their Easy Meaning 1. Ab Initio – From the beginning. 2. Actionable per se – The very act […]

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Substantive and Procedural Law

In the case of Thirumalai Chemicals Ltd. vs. Union of India and others[vi], the Supreme Court has held that all those laws which affect the substantive and vested rights of the parties have to be taken as substantive law, whereas any provision of law dealing with the form of the trial, mechanism of the trial […]

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What is maximum age for admission in Law Course?


Bar Council of India wrote down letter to the Indian Government and all State Government to provide Monetary Help of a sum of Rs.20,000/- p.m. to all young lawyer.

3 crore construction labourers are now ‘consumers’

NEW DELHI: In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court has categorised over 2.8 crore registered construction workers as ‘consumers’ enabling them to move consumer forums if any government denied them statutory benefits promised under welfare schemes implemented with the funds collected as ‘cess’ from builders. Under the Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Cess Act, 1996, each […]

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Contract Act

Which is best book for Contract Act?

Section 144

what is procedure and provision for Section 144

What is ESTOPPLE and how it is different from RES JUDICATA?

What is ESTOPPLE and how it is different from RES JUDICATA?