Saturday, April 13, 2019

Advocates Are The Only Recognized Class of Persons Entitled To Practice The Profession of Law

Advocates Are The Only Recognized Class of Persons Entitled To Practice The Profession of Law



Under the Advocates Act 1961, only advocates enrolled in India are entitled to practice the profession of law - which includes not only appearing before Courts and giving legal advice as an attorney, but also drafting legal documents, advising clients on international standards and carrying out customary practices and transactions.


SC Designates 37 Lawyers As Senior Advocates:

In a major and significant development, the Supreme Court which is the highest court in India has for the second time designated 37 lawyers as Senior Advocates.


Collegium System:

The Judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President under Article 124 (2) of the Constitution while Judges of the High Courts are appointed by the President under Article 217 (1) and 224 (1) of the Constitution.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Companies Act, 2013 and its Rules
The Companies Act 1956 did not entail the role of an independent director but clause 49 of the SEBI listing agreement first introduced in February, 2000 stated that the number of independent directors would depend whether the Chairman is executive or non-executive. In case of a non-executive chairman, at least one-third of board should comprise of independent directors and in case of an executive chairman, at least half of board should comprise of independent directors.http://www.legalserviceindia.com/legal/article-581-concept-of-independent-directors-in-india-with-relevance-to-increasing-corporate-governance-mechanisms.html

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Monday, February 18, 2019

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Evidentiary Value of Accomplice In The Light of Procedural Laws In India


Evidentiary Value of Accomplice In The Light of Procedural Laws In India
Everything which does not keep pace with the changing needs of the society does not last for a long time and as such law should not be static in nature it should meet the demands of the changing society.

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Thursday, December 20, 2018

The Role of Judiciary-Protection For Working Women

The Role of Judiciary-Protection For Working Women

There are numerous enactments occupying the field pertaining to protection welfare and empowerment of women on account of illiteracy, immortality, radical change in the Indian societies on over all rapid and effective westernization of Indian.

The problem relating to women are being mushroomed. The parliament in its part legislated various exclusive statutes to deal with the harassment, cruelty and cases of molestation against women.

Related Woman law Articles:

Changing Facets of Sexual offences
This article mainly aims at the man's illicit temptations, which makes him incompetent to realize the value and modesty of a woman. There can be no question of real civilization until a relentless campaign against the domination of sexual urges is well on its way - - Ashok Priyadarshi Nayak

Victims of Trafficking in India - Legal Rights - flesh trade
Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2006-Was it worth the effort?
Women and Violence
Commercial Sex Workers in India - laws governing Sex Workers
Gender Inequality
Law, Women And Advertisements
Trafficking in Women in India
Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
Condition of Women Working in the Unorganized Sector
Domestic Violence in Marriage: in the light of theories of Feminist Jurisprudence
Surrogacy Contracts
The problem of Prostitution an Indian perspective
Legalize Abortion In India
Women Suffrage
Violence against woman - Issue of Honor killing
Rape-Texual or Psychological: The need to change Section 375 of the IPC, 1860
Domestic Violence Act - Fundamental Rights
Vishakha Judgement - sexual harassment at workplace
Female Foeticide: Need To Change The Mindset of People
Subjugation of women rights lead to violation of human rights
Surrogate Advertisements: A New Judicial Concern
National Commission For Women

The Journey of a Criminal Case From Investigation to Trial

The Journey of a Criminal Case From Investigation to Trial

Cognizable offence

Cognizable offenses are of much serious nature. In a Cognizable offense, the police officer can arrest a person without a warrant. A cognizable offense is defined under section 2 (c) of the CrPC. The moment it is intimated to the police that any offense which is cognizable in nature has been committed in its local jurisdiction, the police are bound to register an FIR under section 154 of the CrPC. [2]A cognizable offense is an offense which is punishable with imprisonment for 3 years or more. [3]A complaint can also be given to a Magistrate and the Magistrate orders the officer in- charge and forwards the complaint. The officer then registers the FIR. In a cognizable offense, the police can start the investigation immediately after filing the FIR. No permission from the Magistrate is required.