Category: Statutory definitions

Punctuation of an Act

PUNCTUATION.—The punctuation is no part of an Act of Parliament. In the case of Barrow v. Wadkin, 24 Beav. 327, it was held that certain words in an Act were to be read “aliens duties, customs, and impositions,” not as they were printed, “aliens, duties, customs, and impositions.”

Diplomatic Vehicles

Section 42 Mvact Special provision for registration of motor vehicles of diplomatic officers, etc. (1)Where an application for registration of a motor vehicle is made under sub-section (1)of section 41 by or […]

Multiplex complex means

Law Library

“Multiplex complex” shall mean an integrated entertainment and shopping center/complex or a shopping mall and having at least three (3) cinema halls/screens. Apart from Cinema halls, the entertainment area may have restaurants, […]

Judge means

S19. “Judge”. – The word “Judge” denotes not only every person who is officially designated as a Judge, but also every person,- who is empowered by law to give, in any legal […]

Information Technology Glossary

Cyber Crime,Cyber Security,Cyber Law

Information Technology (Certifying Authorities) Rules, 2000 SCHEDULE—V Glossary ACCEPT (A DIGITAL SIGNATURE CERTIFICATE) To demonstrate approval of a Digital Signature Certificate by a Digital Signature Certificate applicant while knowing or having notice […]

Computer and Computer print out


“Computer” means any electronic, magnetic, optical or other high-speed data processing service device or system which performs logical, arithmetical and memory functions by manipulation of electronic, magnetic or optical impulses and includes […]