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Inquiry

Inquiry

Inquiry defined as under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. Chapter XXIV deals with the general provisions as to inquiries and trials. Abbreviation: –P.R………….. Police Report.P.O………….. Police Officer.I.O.P…………. Issue of Process. Essentials of Enquiry: – The inquiry will be conducted by the magistrate. Inquiry cannot be conducted by the P.O or private person. Inquiry means whatever everything is done […]

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code of criminal procedure

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, 1973

LECTURE-2 Abbreviations Used In Dictation:- P.O/ I.O………………………………………………….. Police officer/ Investigation Officer.I.O.P ……………………………………………………. Issue of Process.P.R……………………………………………………….. Police Report.O.R ………………………………………………………. Occurrence Report.C.O.S…………………………………………………….. Court of Session.C.J.M …………………………………………………….. Chief Judicial Magistrate.J.M.I.C …………………………………………………… Judicial Magistrate First Class.J.M.II.C ………………………………………………….. Judicial Magistrate Second Class.M.M ……………………………………………………… Metropolitan Magistrate.S.P………………………………………………………… Superintendent of Police. Constitutional Validity of CrPC The constitution is the grundnorm of the Indian […]

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Specific Performance of contract

Specific Performance of Contract Law

Section 10 of the Specific Relief Act, 1963 The essence of Specific Performance of contract should be traced to the intention of the parties when they entered into the contract, then there is a common occasion-able foresight that the contract has to be performed and in exceptional cases wherein performance is not possible, damages will […]

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double jeopardy

DOUBLE JEOPARDY

The principle of the double jeopardy as it manifests in article 20 (2) basically is related to the concept that excessive restrain upon the personal liberty cannot be put and therefore if the accused has been prosecuted or punished for offense one then he cannot be prosecuted or punished for the same offense again. The […]

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Admission Open For New Session June,July & August 2020 of Online and Classroom Program both. Online Judiciary Batch from 25th May Scholarship Test Result- 2020 held by DIAS Law Academy on 21.06.2020https://secureservercdn.net/160.153.138.177/ljf.e37.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/MERIT-LIST.pdf

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TEMPORARY INJUNCTION

TEMPORARY INJUNCTION

The temporary injunction is to maintain the status quo in the suit and for preventing the suit from becoming infructuous. It is filed through an applicant, it is essential that there should be the same suit pending in the court at the timing of application. Gujarat Bottling Co. v/s Coca Cola Co., 1995 SC S.C […]

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bail

Bail Short Notes | DIAS Law Academy

Essence Behind Bailable & Non-Bailable Offence: Every crime is considered to be wrong against society. The societal interest lies in fair investigation, inquiry, trial, and conviction of an accused. Therefore, arrest and custody are also justified in societal interest but it is also to be kept in mind that the person arrested is yet not […]

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CAVEAT

A Caveat is a Latin term which means ‘let a person beware’ originated in the mid-16th century. In law, it may be understood as a notice, especially in probate, that certain actions may not be taken without informing the person who gave the notice. It may simply be understood as a warning. In the Civil […]

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APPEAL AND RESTITUTION

Appeal is statutory right. It can be exercised only when it is provided by law. It is not a fundamental right. Appeal From Original Decree:- Every decree is appealable u/s 96 (1). Appeal can be filed against ex-parte decree u/s 96 (2). No decree can be filed against consent decree u/s 96 (3). Appeal Against […]

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