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Arrest explained with 11 Supreme Court Guidelines - CRPC Notes

Arrest Under CrPC Explained With Cases - CrPC Notes

Arrest in the legal sense under CrPC means taking into custody of another person under the authority of law for the purpose of holding and detaining him to answer a criminal charge and preventing the commission of an offence.

Get a PDF having 51 important Law Notes for Law Exams!

51 Law Notes for Law Exams

Get a PDF having 51 important Law Notes for Law Exams!

What is Indigent Person and Steps to Sue as an Indigent - WRITINGLAW

Suits By Indigent Person - CPC, CrPC, Constitution - Law Note

Indigent means poor, penniless, pauper. Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, and the Indian Consitution ensure equal justice and free legal aid for all.

Law Notes PDF for CLAT, Judiciary and Law Exams! - WRITINGLAW

100 Law Notes PDF for Exams (2021)

Download short and easy to understand Law PDF of important Law Notes. These are from various Law Subjects and you will find them useful for all legal exams.

7 Differences between Public and Private Documents - WRITINGLAW

7 Differences Between Public and Private Documents

1. Section 74 of the Indian Evidence Act defines public documents - Documents forming the act or records of sovereign authority namely Parliament, Legislative Assemblies, official bodies, tribunals, public officers or any part of India or of Commonwealth or foreign country. Section 75 says that all other documents other than public and private documents.

Legitimacy and Parentage of Child in Muslim Law - WRITINGLAW

Legitimacy and Parentage of Child in Muslim Law

1. A child born within six months after the marriage - the child is Illegitimate unless the father acknowledges the child. 2. A child born after six months from the date of marriage is presumed to be legitimate. 3. A child born after dissolution of marriage is legitimate- a. Under Shia Law if born within 10 months. b. Under Hanafi Law if born within 2 years. c. Under Shefai and Maliki if born within 4 years.

Legitimacy and Acknowledgement of Child in Muslim Law - WRITINGLAW

Parentage, Legitimacy, and Acknowledgement of Child in Muslim Law

A person born in lawful marriage is said to be the legitimate child of the spouses. So the main point in case of legitimacy of a child is marriage between his or her parents.

Acknowledgement and Parentage of Child in Muslim Law - WRITINGLAW

Acknowledgement and Parentage of Child in Muslim Law - WRITINGLAW

Muslim law recognises acknowledgement as a method where by such marriage legitimate decent can be established as a matter of substantive law for the purpose of inheritance.

7 Differences between Public and Private Documents - WRITINGLAW

7 Differences Between Public and Private Documents

1. Section 74 of the Indian Evidence Act defines public documents - Documents forming the act or records of sovereign authority namely Parliament, Legislative Assemblies, official bodies, tribunals, public officers or any part of India or of Commonwealth or foreign country. Section 75 says that all other documents other than public and private documents.

What is Wakf in Muslim Law? Meaning and Mutawalli - WRITINGLAW

What is Wakf or Waqf in Muslim Law

Wakf literally means tying up or detention. Wakf is the detention of the property in the ownership of God. It may be religious or charitable.

Law of Evidence notes : ADMISSION - WRITINGLAW

Admission Defined - Indian Evidence Act Notes (2020)

Admission is a statement that may be oral, documentary, or contained in electronic form, which suggests any inference as to the fact in issue or relevant fact.

Law of Evidence notes : ADMISSION - WRITINGLAW

Admission Defined - Indian Evidence Act Notes (2020)

Admission is a statement that may be oral, documentary, or contained in electronic form, which suggests any inference as to the fact in issue or relevant fact.