The principle of the ius sanguinis was at all times reluctantly admitted in English or British nationality law and practice and imperfectly understood. The statute De Natis was never entirely forgotten, but frequently ignored. Even after its replacement by the Act of Anne there was considerable doubt as to the situation of foreign-born children
JUDICIAL COMMITTE OF PRIVY COUNCIL Rajunder Narain Rae, and Cower Mohainder Narain Rae (the two surviving Sons and representatives of Rajah Sree Narain Rae),-Appellants; Bijai Govind Sing (Son and representative of Bhyajha, […]
The United States of America, the French Republic, the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Hermann Wilhelm Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Roberty Ley,
Wilhelm Keitel, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Alfred Rosenberg, Hans Frank, Wilhelm
Frick, Julius Reicher, Walter Funk, Hjalmar Schacht, Gustav Krupp von Bohlen
und Halbach, Karl Doenitz, Erick Raeder, Baldur von Schirach, Fritz Sauckel,
Alfred Jodl, Martin Bormann, Franz von Papen, Artur Seyss-Inquart, Albert
Speer, Constantin von Neurath, and Hans Fritsche, individually and as Members
of any of the Following Groups or Organizations to which They Respectively
Belonged, Namely: Die Reichsregierung (Reich Cabinet); Das Korps der
Politischen Leiter der National-Sozialistischen Deutschen Arbeiterpartei
(Leadership Corps of the Nazi Party); Die Schutzstaffeln der National-
Sozialistischen Deutschen Arbeiterpartei (commonly known as the “SS”) and
including Die Sicherheitsdienst (commonly known as the “SD”); Die Geheime
Staats-polizei (Secret State Police, commonly known as the “Gestapo”); Die
Sturmabteilungen der NSDAP (commonly known as the “SA”) and the General Staff
and High Command of the German Armed Forces all as defined in Appendix b to the
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.
1- Clause (4) of Article 15 has been added to the Constitution by (A) The Constitution First Amendment Act. (B) The Constitution Second Amendment Act (C) The Constitution Fourth Amendment Act. (D) […]
1- The Supreme Court held in which of the following cases that preamble is not the part of the Constitution of India (A) Berubari case (B) A. K. Gopalan case (C) Balaji […]
“Artist”-A person of special skill or ability in any field, one who is highly accomplished, especially one versed in the liberal arts. Also one who professes and practices one of the fine arts.
Nothing in sub-clause (a) of clause (1) shall affect the operation of any existing law, or prevent the State from making any law, in so far as such law imposes reasonable restrictions
Judges shall comply with the Georgian Constitution and laws as well as international legal values applicable to the existing judicial ethics including the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct and Opinion No. 3 of the Consultative Council of European Judges on the principles and rules governing judges’ professional conduct, in particular ethics, incompatible behavior and impartiality.
Three speeches of Bal Thackeray amount to corrupt practice under sub-section (3), while the first speech is a corrupt practice also under sub-section (3A) of Section 123 of the R. P. Act.
The Prague Rules on the Efficient Conduct of Proceedings in International Arbitration (“Prague Rules”) are intended to provide a framework and/or guidance for arbitral tribunals and parties on how to increase efficiency of arbitration by encouraging a more active role for arbitral tribunals in managing proceedings.
These IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration are intended to provide an efficient, economical and fair process for the taking of evidence in international arbitrations, particularly those between Parties from different legal traditions.
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF BANKING & FINANCE (An ISO 9001 – 2015 CERTIFIED ORGANISATION) Kohinoor City, Commercial-II, Tower-1, 2nd Floor, Kirol Road, Kurla (West), Mumbai – 400 070 A separate Module (Module E) […]