Legal Notes

  • Indian Penal Code

    PCS (J) Notes: IPC,‘Difference between Hurt and Grievous Hurt’

    ‘Difference between Hurt and Grievous Hurt’   The Indian Penal Code, 1860 in Chapter XVI covers hurt and grievous hurt…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitutional Law, Powers and Privileges of the Governor

    “Powers and Privileges of the Governor”   The head of the State is called the Governor, he is the Constitutional…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitutional Law, Nature of Indian Constitution

    Nature of the Indian Constitution In short, Nature of Indian Constitution Lengthiest Written Constitution Blend of rigidity and flexibility Federal system…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitutional Law, Preamble

    PREAMBLE The Preamble demonstrate the source of Constitution in another words Sovereign will of the people and also states the…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: The State Judiciary (Art. 214 – Art. 237)

    The State Judiciary (Art. 214 – Art. 237)   The Judiciary in State consist of a High Court and a…

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  • CrPC

    PCS (J) Notes: CrPC, CH-6, Investigation, Inquiry and Trial

      Chapter 6.1. Investigation, Inquiry and Trial:   Sn.2(h): “Investigation” includes all the proceedings under the Cr.P.C. for the collection…

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  • CrPC

    PCS (J) Notes: CrPC, Sec 300, DOUBLE JEOPARDY

    Ch. 5 Double Jeopardy : Sn.300 Cr.P.C.   One fundamental principle of Criminal Law is that no person who has…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Sec 164, CrPC, CONFESSION

    CHAPTER 4, Sec.164 Cr.P.C., Confession: Confession means admission by the accused of his guilt. The Magistrate may record a statement…

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