Manual for Courts-Martial-United States-2016 PREAMBLE Sources of military jurisdiction The sources of military jurisdiction include the Constitution and international law. International law includes the law of war. Exercise of military jurisdiction Kinds. […]
The preamble has been said to be a good means to find out the intention of a statute, and, as it were, a key to the understanding of it. It usually states, or professes to state, the general object and meaning of the Legislature in passing the measure.
DRAWING INSPIRATION from the cultural, religious and humanist inheritance of Europe, from which have developed the universal values of the inviolable and inalienable rights of the human person, freedom, democracy, equality and the rule of law,
WE THE PEOPLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS DETERMINED to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, which twice in our lifetime has brought untold sorrow to mankind, and to reaffirm faith […]
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens:
JUSTICE social, economic and political;
LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all;
FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;
IN OUR CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY this twenty-sixth day of November 1949, do HEREBY ADOPT, ENACT AND GIVE TO OURSELVES THIS CONSTITUTION.
Consolidated: as amended by the First Amendment (19 October 1999), the Second Amendment (18 August 2000), the Third Amendment (9 November 2001) and the Fourth Amendment (11 August 2002). UUD 1945 in […]
Constitution of the People’s Republic of China (As on March 14, 2004) Preamble China is a country with one of the longest histories in the world. The people of all of China’s […]
Date of Publication in Nepal Gazette 20 September 2015 (2072.6.3) Preamble: We, the Sovereign People of Nepal, Internalizing the people’s sovereign right and right to autonomy and self-rule, while maintaining freedom, sovereignty, […]
We, the people of Bangladesh, having proclaimed our independence on the 26th day of March, 1971 and through 2[ a historic struggle for national liberation], established the independent, sovereign People’s Republic of Bangladesh; 3[ Pledging […]
Preamble is the opening verse of a book , which sets the intention , object or goal of the book , it is the sole of the whole reading of a particular […]
12th April, 1973 [In the Name of Allah..] Whereas sovereignty over the entire Universe belongs to Almighty Allah alone, and the authority to be exercised by the people of Pakistan within the limits […]
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens: JUSTICE social, economic and political; LIBERTY of thought, […]
The Government of India in the Ministry of Home
Affairs requested the Law Commission to undertake a fresh
examination of the issue of a suitable legislation for
combating terrorism and other anti-national activities in
view of the fact that security environment has changed
drastically since 1972
1- The protection of Human Rights Act in India was enacted in the year (A) 1993 (B) 1994 (C) 1995 (D) 1996 Answer: (A)
It has been long a prevalent practice in the Province of Bihar to borrow money on the mortgage and conditional sale of landed property, under stipulation that if the sum borrowed be not repaid (with or without interest) by a fixed period, the sale shall become absolute.
A Regulation for extending to the Province of Benares the rates of interest on future loans, and provisions relative thereto, contained in Regulation XV 1793; also for a general extension of the period fixed by Regulation I, 1798, and XXXIV, 1803 for the redemption of mortgages and conditional sales of land, under deeds of bai-bil-wafa, kat-kabala or other similar designation.
The lands gained from the rivers or sea by the means above mentioned are a frequent source of contention and affray, the although the law and custom of the country have established rules applicable to such cases, these rules not being generally known, the Courts of Justice have sometimes found it difficult to determine the rights of litigant parties claiming chars or other lands gained in the manner above described.
When the reasons stated in the preamble of this Regulation may seem to the Government to require that an individual should be placed under personal restraint, without any immediate view to ulterior proceedings of a judicial nature, a warrant of commitment shall be issued by the Government to the officer in whose custody such person is to be placed.
The State government may by notification in the Official Gazette prohibit all citizens of the India or any class of such citizens or any persons residing in or passing through such districts from going beyond such line without a pass under the hand and seal of the chief executive officer of such district, or of such other officer as he may authorise to grant such pass; and the State Government may from time to time cancel or vary such prohibition.
The term “privilege”, in relation to parliamentary privilege, refers to an immunity from the ordinary law which is recognised by the law as a right of the Houses and their members. Privilege in this restricted and special sense is often confused with privilege in the colloquial sense of a special benefit or special arrangement which gives some advantage to either House or its members. Privileges in the colloquial sense, however useful or well-established they might be, have nothing to do with immunities under the law. The word “immunity” is best used in relation to privilege in the sense of immunity under the law, and is used here.