Comparative study  of maintenance under multiple Acts

Section 125 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973 125. Order for maintenance of wives, children and parents. (1) If any person having sufficient means neglects or refuses to maintain– (a) his wife, unable to maintain herself, or (b) his legitimate or illegitimate minor child, whether married or not, unable to maintain itself, or (c) his legitimate or illegitimate child (not being a married daughter) … Continue reading Comparative study  of maintenance under multiple Acts

An Ideal Domestic Violence Statute

In this introduction, I tried to put some basic ingredients of an Ideal Domestic Violence statute, which eventually not available or fully discussed in Indian domestic violence act 2005 (Act no 43 of 2005) . Indian Statute is completely biased and failed to take the issue of false allegations. Again another issue could be raised regarding the Monetary relief or interim petition for monetary relief, which … Continue reading An Ideal Domestic Violence Statute

TRIALS IN GENERAL (Cann. 1400 – 1403)

BOOK VII – PROCESSES Part I. TRIALS IN GENERAL (Cann. 1400 – 1403) Can.  1400 1. The object of a trial is: 1/ the pursuit or vindication of the rights of physical or juridic persons, or the declaration of juridic facts; 2/ the imposition or declaration of a penalty for delicts. 2. Nevertheless, controversies arising from an act of administrative power can be brought only before … Continue reading TRIALS IN GENERAL (Cann. 1400 – 1403)

TITLE I. ECCLESIASTICAL LAWS (Cann. 7 – 22)

Can. 7 A law is established when it is promulgated. Can. 8 1. Universal ecclesiastical laws are promulgated by publication in the official commentary, Acta Apostolicae Sedis, unless another manner of promulgation has been prescribed in particular cases. They take force only after three months have elapsed from the date of that issue of the Acta unless they bind immediately from the very nature of … Continue reading TITLE I. ECCLESIASTICAL LAWS (Cann. 7 – 22)

GENERAL NORMS

Can. 1 The canons of this Code regard only the Latin Church. Can. 2 For the most part the Code does not define the rites which must be observed in celebrating liturgical actions. Therefore, liturgical laws in force until now retain their force unless one of them is contrary to the canons of the Code. Can. 3 The canons of the Code neither abrogate nor … Continue reading GENERAL NORMS