Section 100 Search, Criminal Procedure Code,1973

SEARCH SECTION 100 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF SEARCH—SECTION 100:-   This Section 100 deals with the procedure to be followed by the person conducting search. This procedure of conducting search is equally applicable to the search with warrant and to also the search without warrant. SEARCH WITH OR WITHOUT WARRANT THIS PROCEDURE HAS TO BE READ …

SEARCH WITH OR WITHOUT WARRANT

SEARCH WITH OR WITHOUT WARRANT. Criminal Procedure Code,1973 PROVISIONS OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE- CrPC,1973. 1. Criminal Procedure Code provides 5 methods for bringing the accused before the Court. 2. In the same manner Criminal Procedure Code provides 4 methods for the production of documents or things that are extremely important for the investigation or the …

Criminal Procedure Code, 1973-Appeal

Appeal is an complaint made by the aggrieved from the decision of the lower court to the superior court asking to rectify the judgement of the lower court. OBJECT OF APPEAL– Is to enable the superior courts to rectify the injustice caused to the aggrieved persons in the lower courts. Section 372– No Appeal in …

The Limitation Act,1963- Section 19

EFFECT OF PAYMENT ON ACCOUNT OF DEBT OR OF INTEREST ON LEGACY—Section 19– Part-Payment means—Making or discharging a part of the liability. Either to the Principal amount or interest. Where installment by virtue of an obligation or of enthusiasm on a heritage is made before the lapse of the endorsed period by the individual subject …

THE LIMITATION ACT,1963

The statutory law was set up in stages. The primary Limitation Act was established for all courts in India in 1859. Lastly appeared as Limitation Act in 1963. The Code of Civil Procedure gives a privilege to advance, yet does not recommend a time of constraint for documenting an interest. The Limitation Act, 1963, notwithstanding, …

Judgement And Form

Judgment is the assessment of proof to settle on a choice. Legitimate – utilized as a part of the setting of lawful trial, to allude to a last discovering, articulation, or decision, in light of a considered weighing of proof, called, “arbitration”. JUDGEMENT AND FORM AND CONTENTS OF JUDGEMENT—EXPLAIN ? (SECTION—353, 354 AND 355). MEANING:  …

Hindu Marriage Act, 1955

Hindu Marriage Act,1955 The Hindu Marriage Act by an Act of the Parliament of India ordered in 1955. Three other essential acts were likewise instituted as a component of the Hindu Code Bills amid this time: the Hindu Succession Act (1956), the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act (1956), the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act (1956). …

DOWRY PROHIBITION ACT,1961

What is Dowry under the Act? ‘DOWRY’ means – 1.Any property or valuable security; 2.Given or agreed to be given; 3.Either directly or indirectly; 4.By one party of a marriage to other party to the marriage; 5.By the parents of one party to the parents of other party; 6.At or before or after the marriage; …

Legal Word Of The Day

“Implied Contract” Such a contract as the law presumes a man to have promised to perform. The word ‘implied’ may be more appropriate to contracts implied by law, but it is sometimes used to designate what may be called tacit contracts, that is, contracts where the proposal or the acceptance or both are signified, not …

Indian Penal Code- Abetment – Section. 107 to 120.

ABETMENT (SECTION: 107 TO 120) INDIAN PENAL CODE , 1860 – Section 96 to106 Abetment Meaning:- Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime. Section 107: TYPES OF ABETMENT Abetment by Instigation Abetment by Conspiracy; AND Abetment by Aid. EXPLANATION  1: Will full misrepresentation and will full concealment of …

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