ADVOCATETANMOY LAWS OF INDIA

The Constitution of India came into force on 26-1-1950. The meaning and the dynamics of  Indian law has been changed. For example, as Hyderabad was integrated with the Indian Union and the Nizam lost the absolute power which he could exercise previously, it was no longer within his competence to issue a Firman and make it legally binding on the parties. It may be conceded that before the coming in of the Constitution, the Nizam of Hyderabad practically enjoyed unfettered sovereign authority and however much the various Firmans. After the Constitution came into force the legislative authority undoubtedly vested in State under the provision of Article 385 of the Constitution.

1.Administrative Law
2. Adverse Possession
3.Advocates, Advocacy & Ethics
4.Affidavits and its evidentiary value
5. Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)
6. Animal Laws and Animal Protection Law
7. Arms & Explosives
8. Arrest & Bails
9. Banking & Financial Institution Laws
10.Benami Transactions
11. Business Law & Commercial Law
12. Carriage and Transportation Law
13. Christian Law
14. Citizenship / Foreigners / Passports
15. Communication Laws
16. Competition Law
17. Conflicts of Law
18. Constitution Amendment
19. Consumer Protection
20. Contempt of Court
21. Contracts and Performance
22. Conveyancing , Deeds & Documents
23. Currency and Coins
24. Criminal Laws & India Penal Code
25. Investigation by agencies
26. Cross Examination
27. Cyber and Information Laws
28. Damages & Compensation
29. Debts Recovery and Securitisation
30. Defamation and Malicious Prosecution
31. Disability Laws
32. Disaster Management Law
33. Dishonour of Cheques
34. Dowry Prohibition and Dowry Death
35. Drug & Cosmetic Laws
36. Easements & Licences
37. Education Laws
38. Election Laws
39. Electricity Laws
40. Environmental Law
41. Essential Commodities
42. Evidence Law
43. Family Law
44. Food Safety Laws
45. Forensic Science & Investigation
46. Foreign Trade
47. Franchising Law
48. Fraud & Mistake
49. Governance and Government of India
50. Guardians & Wards
51. Hospitality and Tourism Law
52. Housing / Realty Laws / Real Estate
53. Human Rights
54. Immigration and Visa Laws
55. Indian Jurisprudence
56. Indian Legislative Drafting
57. Insolvency Law
58. Insurance Laws
59. Intellectual Property
60. International Law
61. International Trade Laws
62. Interpretation of Statutes
63. Judicial Services
64. Juvenile Laws
65. Labour & Industrial Laws
66. Land Acquisition
67. Law of Notice
68. Law of Co-ownership & Partition
69. Law of Civil Aviation
70. Law of injunction
71. Law of breach of Contract
72. Law of Reliefs (General and Specific)
73. Law of Notices
74. Legal Aid And Legal Services Authorities
75. Legal Metrology / Weights & Measures
76. Legal Remedies
77. Limitation and Discretion
78. Marriage and Living together
79. Media Laws
80. Medical Negligence
81. Mental Health
82. Mines & Minerals
83. Motor Accident Claims
84. Muslim Law
85. N G Os Regulations
86. Negotiable Instruments
87. Notaries
88. Parliament and Anti-Defection
89. Partnership
90. Hydrocarbon Laws
91. Pleading in Civil Court
92. Pleading in Criminal court
93. Power of Attorney
94. Prevention of Corruption
95. Protection of Minorities
96.Protection of Fundamental Rights
97. Registration of Property
98. Right to Information
99. Sale of Goods
100. Scheduled Castes & Tribes
101. Service Related Laws Etc.
102. Seventh schedule of Indian Constitution
103. Shipping Law and Maritime Law
104. Societies Registration
105. Stamp Duties
106. Succession
107. Title of property
108. Trust Laws