Bargadar, Law Relating To under West Bengal Land Reform Act 1955

West Bengal Land Reform Act 1955 Operation Barga was launched by Left Front Government in West Bengal in 1978 and concluded by the mid-1980s. Bargadar Means:- S 2(2) “bargadar” means a person who under the system generally known as adhi, barga or bhag cultivates the land of another person on condition of delivering a share of the produce of … Continue reading Bargadar, Law Relating To under West Bengal Land Reform Act 1955

Law Relating to Backward Classes -West Bengal

Rules of Business of the Backward Classes Welfare Department Amendment of Rules of Business of the Backward Classes Welfare Department Amendment of West Bengal Rules of Business of Backward Classes Welfare Department West Bengal Rules of Business of Department of Tribal Development The West Bengal State Higher Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2013 The … Continue reading Law Relating to Backward Classes -West Bengal

Law Relating to Disciplinary Proceedings

Law Library Government Hand Books HANDBOOK FOR INQUIRY OFFICERS AND DISCIPLINARY AUTHORITIES [by Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT)] HANDBOOK FOR PERSONNEL OFFICERS 2013 [by Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT)] COURT OF INQUIRY PROCEDURE UNDER CCS(CCA) RULES 1965 Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965.     “Government servant’ means a person who – (i)         is a  member of a Service or holds a civil post … Continue reading Law Relating to Disciplinary Proceedings

Whether a declaration that an order made by a court of law is void is normally part of the judicial function and is not a legislative function ?

In INDIRA NEHRU GANDHI VS SHRI RAJ NARAIN [ALL SC 1975 NOVEMBER] held:- 190. A declaration that an order made by a court of law is void is normally part of the judicial function and is not a legislative function. Although there is it the Constitution of India no rigid separation of powers, by and large the spheres … Continue reading Whether a declaration that an order made by a court of law is void is normally part of the judicial function and is not a legislative function ?

Suit for bare injunction without declaratory relief, will be maintainable where the issue relating to title is clear

Supreme Court of India in Anathula Sudhakar vs P. Buchi Reddy (Dead) By Lrs & Ors[25 March, 2008] (a) Where a cloud is raised over plaintiff’s title and he does not have possession, a suit for declaration and possession, with or without a consequential injunction, is the remedy. Where the plaintiff’s title is not in dispute … Continue reading Suit for bare injunction without declaratory relief, will be maintainable where the issue relating to title is clear

Law Notice and Notice under Multiple Statutes

Advocate’s Legal Notice Assignment of Notice Auction Notice Business Notice Classification of Notices Decuments and Notices Definitions and Construction under Notices Disobeying Legal Notice Distinction between general notice and legal notice Easements and Licences Notices Educational Notices Electronic Notice Environment Protection Notices Having Notice of  Circumstances Illegal Notice Ingredient of a legal Notices Judicial Notice … Continue reading Law Notice and Notice under Multiple Statutes

Law of Injunction

KEYWORDS:- Injunction  Injunction under Specific Relief  Injunction as  General Relief Injunctions in General Writ Jurisdiction of the High Court in granting Injunction Difference between Injunction and stay Injunctions against the violation of common law rights The Protection of Legal Rights to Property Pending Litigation Perpetual Injunctions. Mandatory Injunctions Injunctions against waste Principles on which the … Continue reading Law of Injunction

Equality before Law under Article 14 of Indian Constitution

The Concept of Equality  From a positivistic point of view, equality is antithetic to arbitrariness. In fact equality and arbitrariness are sworn enemies; one belongs to the rule of law in a republic while the other, to the whim and caprice of an absolute monarch. Where an act is arbitrary it is implicit in it … Continue reading Equality before Law under Article 14 of Indian Constitution

Criminal Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China

中华人民共和国刑事诉讼法 (Adopted at the Second Session of the Fifth National People’s Congress on July 1, 1979, and amended for the first time in according with the Decision on Amending the Criminal Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China adopted at the Fourth Session of the Eighth National People’s Congress on March 17, 1996, and … Continue reading Criminal Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China

Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018

The Ordinance amends the Indian Penal Code, the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012. MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE (Legislative Department) New Delhi, the 21st April, 2018/Vaisakha 1, 1940 (Saka) THE CRIMINAL LAW (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 2018 NO. 2 OF 2018 Short … Continue reading Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018

Law of Property Act 1925[UK]

UK LEGISLATION INDEX Introductory Text Part I General Principles as to Legal Estates, Equitable Interests and Powers 1. Legal estates and equitable interests. 2. Conveyances overreaching certain equitable interests and powers. 3. Manner of giving effect to equitable interests and powers. 4. Creation and disposition of equitable interests. 5. Satisfied terms, whether created out of … Continue reading Law of Property Act 1925[UK]

Refugee Law in India

KEYWORDS:- Refugee-The war with Pakistan-Displaced person- The 1951 Geneva Convention[ 146 states parties to the 1951 Convention or its 1967 Protocol- India was not a signatory] Relating to the Status of Refugees describes a refugee as any person who, “owing to well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a … Continue reading Refugee Law in India

All Indian State Laws [Consolidated list]

Abu Area Laws Act, 1975 Account Rules for Lodging House Funds Acknowledgement of Debts; Interest, Mortgages Act for Avoiding wagers (Amendment) Act, 1865 Additional Rules for Non-Municipal Areas Administator General’s (United Provinces) Rules, 1929 Administration of Estates Administration of Evacuee Property (Rajasthan) Rules, 1953 Administrative Tribunal Act, 1965 Administrator Generals (Bengal Amendment) Act, 1940. Administrators-General … Continue reading All Indian State Laws [Consolidated list]

The West Bengal Criminal Law Amendment (Special Courts) Act, 1949

West Bengal Act 21 of 1949 [23rd June, 1949.] An Act to provide for the more speedy trial and more effective punishment of certain offences. [Whereas it is expedient in the public interest to provide for the speedy trial of the offences specified in the Schedule;]It is hereby enacted as follows:- 1. Short title. – This … Continue reading The West Bengal Criminal Law Amendment (Special Courts) Act, 1949

The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967

KEYWORDS : TERRORIST CENTRAL ACT The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (37 of 1967) An Act to provide for the more effective prevention of certain unlawful activities of individuals and associations, [and for dealing with terrorist activities,] and for matters connected therewith. [Whereas the Security Council of the United Nations in its 4385th meeting adopted Resolution 1373 … Continue reading The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967