Amar Bharat

  • CrPC

    PCS (J) Notes: Distinction between Inquiry & Trial

    Inquiry (Sec 2 (g) ) Trail  In inquiry if judicial process in completed it will not result into acquittal/conviction. it…

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  • CrPC

    PCS (J) Notes: Distinction between complaint & FIR

    Complaint (Sec 2 (d) ) FIR (Sec 154) Complaint is made orally or in writing to a magistrate. FIR is…

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  • Legal Shorts

    THE SPHERE OF ARTICLE 105 OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

    In the case of Kalpana Mehta and others vs. Union of India { WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 921 OF 2013}…

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  • Legal Shorts

    EUTHANASIA AND THE HELD JUDGEMENT

    In the case Common Cause Society vs Union of India (Civil Writ Petition No. 215 of 2005 of SC) Facts:-…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes. Indian Evidence Act, Sec 13, Rules for proving Customs & Rights

    Section 13 lays down rules of evidence for the proof of customs and rights. The section applies to all kinds…

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  • CrPC

    PRESENTING 25 CrPC LANDMARK JUDGMENTS with Ratio

      1.Lalita Kumari v. State of UP: FIR mandatory in cognizable cases 2.Mohd. Ahmad Khan v. Shah Bano Begum: Section…

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  • Code of Civil Procedure

    “Temporary Injunction” – Few important judgments of the Supreme Court of India

    1. Rathnavathi v. Kavita Ganashamdas, (2015) 5 SCC 223 2. Ram Prakash Agarwal v. Gopi Krishan, (2013) 11 SCC 296…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Sec 11, When facts not otherwise relevant becomes relevant

    As per section 11, facts not otherwise relevant are relevant in the following two situations. If they are inconsistent with…

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