Judicial Exam

  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Indian Evidence Act, Sec 15, Accidental or Intentional Acts

    Accidental, Intentional, Done with a particular knowledge or intention, The fact that such act formed part or a series of…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Evidence Act, Sec 14, State of mind, body or bodily feeling

    Facts showing- (a) The existence of any state of mind, such as intention [illus. 9i) & (j)], knowledge [illus. (a),…

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  • Code of Civil Procedure

    21 Important Laws: Every Indian Should Know About

    Any Person Can ask for Water From Any Hotel: Under the Indian Sarais Act of 1867, any person can ask…

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  • CrPC

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitution of Criminal Courts

    Sec 6. Classes of Criminal Courts Besides the High Court and the Courts constituted under any law other than the…

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  • CrPC

    PCS (j) Notes: Distinction between Warrant Case and Summons Case

    Base of Distinction Warrant Case  (Sec 2 (x) ) Summon Case (Sec 2 (w) ) Quantum of Punishment More Less…

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  • CrPC

    PCS (J) Notes: Distinction between Investigation and Inquiry

    Investigation (Sec 2 (h)) Inquiry (Sec 2 (g) ) Its object is to collect evidence for the purpose of prosecution.…

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  • 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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