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. Continue reading “ADVOCATETANMOY LAWS OF INDIA”

The position of the Chief Justice of a High Court in India

The position of the Chief Justice of a High Court was elucidated in a judgment of a three judge Bench of this Court in State of Rajasthan v Prakash Chand. During the course of the judgment the following broad conclusions were formulated in regard to the position of the Chief Justice: “(1) That the administrative control of the High Court vests in the Chief Justice … Continue reading The position of the Chief Justice of a High Court in India

Necessary Party and Proper Party [Indian Law Encyclopedia]

A “necessary party” is a person who ought to have been joined as a party and in whose absence no effective decree could be passed at all by the court. If a “necessary party” is not impleaded, the suit itself is liable to be dismissed. A “proper party” is a party who, though not a necessary party, is a person whose presence would enable the … Continue reading Necessary Party and Proper Party [Indian Law Encyclopedia]

Encyclopedia of Criminal Law [Global]

Advocatetanmoy Law Library has produced multiple legal encyclopedias touching the subject matters connected therewith to enrich the readers` experience of Law in a lucid manner. The purpose is to provide complicated legal matters to the Online communities and others to provide an all-round view of the universal principles of law and to position them from a particular region. You may also be interested to browse … Continue reading Encyclopedia of Criminal Law [Global]

List of Words Start with B in Indian Law Encyclopedia

List of law topics & legal articles BACKWARD CLASS BAD CHARACTER BAD DEBT BAD FAITH BADLI WORKMAN BAIL BAILMENT BALANCE BALANCE OF CONVENIENCE BALANCE SALE CONSIDERATION BALLISTIC EXPERT OPINION BANK GUARANTEE BANK LOAN BANKRUPTCY BANKER BANKER BOOK OF EVIDENCE BANKING DOCUMENTS BAR COUNCIL BAR OF ACQUIESCENCE BAR OF JURISDICTION BAR OF LIMITATION BAR OF SUIT BAR TO SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE BASIC FEATURE BASIC PAY BASIC RULE OF … Continue reading List of Words Start with B in Indian Law Encyclopedia

Encyclopedia of Foreign Laws

Encyclopedia of Foreign Laws is a set of collection of foreign statutes and at the same time, it  studies the background of a particular enactment and consequence of such enactment within the domestic field or neighborhood.  Major Jurisdictions  Australia Bangladesh Canada China  Pakistan  Singapore United States(USA) United Kingdom(Uk) THIS PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION Continue reading Encyclopedia of Foreign Laws

Company Law Encyclopedia [Global]

Company Law Encyclopedia is the global collection of the whole mass of  Law-related with Registration of Company, Memorandum, and Articles of Association, Running a Company, Closing a Company, Amalgamation of Company, Takeover, holding patterns, MNCs etc. It will also supply unique and comparative global position of Company Law. NORTH AMERICA  SOUTH AMERICA EUROPE  ASIA AUSTRALIA  Global Pattern of Companies  Profit making Companies Non- Profiting Companies Banking Companies Non-banking Financial … Continue reading Company Law Encyclopedia [Global]

Abandonment-[ Indian Law Encyclopedia]

The meaning to be attached to the word ‘abandoned’ would depend upon the context in which it is used. In the context in which it occurs in S. 418(1), the meaning which can reasonably be attached to the word “abandoned” is ‘let loose’ in the sense of being ‘left unattended’ and certainly not ‘ownerless’. It is the duty of the Court in construing a statute … Continue reading Abandonment-[ Indian Law Encyclopedia]

Reopening of Evidence by Civil Court-[Indian Law Encyclopedia]

Supreme Court of India in K.K. Velusamy vs N. Palaanisamy, decided on 30 March, 2011, held:-   8. Order 18 Rule 17 of the Code enables the court, at any stage of a suit, to recall any witness who has been examined (subject to the law of evidence for the time being in force) and put such questions to him as it thinks fit. The power … Continue reading Reopening of Evidence by Civil Court-[Indian Law Encyclopedia]