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Criminal Law and Criminal Lawyers
Criminal Law in India is regulated by three acts i.e. The Indian Penal code (IPC), 1960, the Code of Criminal procedure or the Cr.P.C, 1973 and the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. All crimes caused by the infliction of injuries caused by human conduct on individuals and establishments are strictly dealt under the provisions of these statutes under Criminal Law. The purpose of this branch of law is not only to safeguard the life and liberty of the people, but also to maintain harmony within the society at large.
A criminal lawyer apart from providing advices on the course of action to the client also helps in the drafting and filing of various documents:
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The Supreme Court of India has made some observations regarding the land acquisition in the case of Uddar Gagan Properties Ltd. V. Sant Singh. The Bench comprising of Justice Anil R. Dave and Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel have stated that the land acquired for the housing purpose must be given back to the owner and not anyone else directly or indirectly...
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The Trade Mark And Merchandise Marks Act 1958
Introduction of Trademark Law IndiaDuring the British regime in India the big merchants and businessmen who had established their mark in the market in respect of certain goods under the particular brand name, style or design felt they should con more
Sale of Goods
Sale of GoodsThe Sale of Goods Act, 1930 governs the contracts relating to sale of goods. It applies to the whole of India except the State of Jammu & Kashmir. The contacts for sale of goods are subject to the general pri more
Significance of an arbitration clause in an agreement
Dispute settlement is a primary feature of any legal system and one of the major requisites of a peaceful society or group is that the resolution of trouble cases by processes which are non-violent in character and arbitration is one such key to reso more