Manishek Kr. Singh, City Academy Law College INTRODUCTION:- Anticipatory bail refers to the concept that an individual can seek or request to get bail in anticipation or in expectation of being named or accused of having committed a non bail able offence. Anticipatory bail is meant to be a safeguard …Read More »
Priyanshi Srivastava, Babu Banarasi Das University, Lucknow Sexual harassment is a type of discrimination based on sex. When someone is sexually harassed where they live, it can make them feel very vulnerable. They may fear for their own safety and that of their families. Under the Ontario Human Rights Code, …Read More »
‘Kidnapping’ is committed only in respect of a minor under sixteen years of age if a male, and under eighteen years if a female or a person of unsound mind, ‘abduction’, in respect of a person of any age. In ‘kidnapping’, the person kidnapped is removed out of lawful guardianship. …Read More »
Adv Nishant Rai, Delhi The gravamen of an offence under section 366 IPC, 1860 is abduction or kidnapping. Abduction defined in section 362 IPC, 1860 postulates force or deceitful means by which a minor is induced to go from a place. Kidnapping presupposes as provided in section 361 IPC taking …Read More »
Whether inherent power of HC can be exercised for permitting a non-compoundable offences to be compound u/s 482?
The Petitioner 1 and 2, husband and wife, approached the High Court by writ petition stating that their marriage was solemnized on 24/12/2008 and due to the misunderstanding between them and family members of the petitioners, several cases were filed against each other involving their family members. The parties had …Read More »