CIVIL, Criminal

Law of Extradition

Source of Law National Legislation International Treaty An extradition treaty is the legal mechanism countries use to pull alleged criminals out of other countries. The terms and conditions vary. Some countries, like France and Brazil, won’t extradite their own citizens, no matter the circumstance. Generally speaking, for an extradition to succeed, the alleged criminal act… Continue reading Law of Extradition

CIVIL, Criminal

Extradition Guidelines [India]

Ministries of External Affairs  Guidelines Extradition request for an accused/ fugitive can be initiated after charge sheet has been filed before an appropriate Court and said court having taken cognizance of the case has issued orders/directions justifying accused/fugitive’s committal for trial on the basis of evidence made available in the charge sheet and has sought… Continue reading Extradition Guidelines [India]

CIVIL, Criminal

Criminal Courts – Rules and Orders [Madhya Pradesh]

Part I Instructions to Criminal Courts CHAPTER 1 Court Hours, Cause Lists and Affidavits A. General 1. In this part “the Code” means the Code of Criminal Procedure (Act V of 1898). 2. All Criminal Courts should be opened by 11 a.m. and the presiding officers should be present in their place by that hour, unless for… Continue reading Criminal Courts – Rules and Orders [Madhya Pradesh]

CIVIL, Criminal, State Legislation

The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1989[ Jammu and Kashmir]

1. Short title, commencement. 2. 3. Reference to Code of Criminal Procedure. 4. Definitions. 5. Trial of offences under Ranbir Penal Code. 6. Classes of Criminal Courts. 6A. Classes of Magistrates. 7. Sessions, Divisions and Districts. 8. Power to divide districts into sub-divisions. 9. Courts of Sessions. 10. District Magistrate and Chief Judicial Magistrate. 11.… Continue reading The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1989[ Jammu and Kashmir]

CIVIL, constitution

Nikesh Tarachand Shah Vs. Union of India & ANR.[SC 2017]-(Challenging Statute)

KEYWORDS: money-laundering-constitutional validity  we declare Section 45(1) of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, insofar as it imposes two further conditions for release on bail, to be unconstitutional as it violates Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution of India. All the matters before us in which bail has been denied, because of the presence… Continue reading Nikesh Tarachand Shah Vs. Union of India & ANR.[SC 2017]-(Challenging Statute)

CIVIL, High Court Rules

Calcutta Appellate side Rule Chapter -19 Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side

[CHAPTER XIX] Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side These Rules shall have effect notwithstanding anything contrary contained anywhere else in the Appellate Side Rules of the High Court at Calcutta. 2. Definitions.– In this Chapter unless the context otherwise requires, – (i) “Application” would mean the main application to initiate… Continue reading Calcutta Appellate side Rule Chapter -19 Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side

CIVIL, POLICE

Counter Terrorism Measures In India

COUNTERTERRORISM MEASURES IN INDIA (DOMESTIC)  An Act to constitute an investigation agency at the National level to investigate and prosecute offences affecting the Sovereignty, Security and Integrity of India, security of State, friendly relations with foreign States and offences under Acts enacted to implement international treaties, agreements, conventions and resolutions of the United Nations, its agencies and other international… Continue reading Counter Terrorism Measures In India