Driving under the Influence or Drunk Driving, as it is known in certain countries, is a serious offense that hasRead more
In this article, we are going to discuss the nature and sources of law in jurisprudence. Here, we will discuss what is the nature of the law and the sources of the law from where the law or human conduct came into existence and derived legal force and binding character.Read more
Emotional distress is recognized by the laws and can be compensable The science of psychology is surely respectable as itRead more
The place of negligence in medical professions and the legal duties Liability is a sensitive situation in medical treatments asRead more
The law is based primarily on the firm work of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, who can be called the founding father of this comprehensive law.
The Indian Evidence Act is called Act No. 1 of 1872, and called the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
Total 3 Parts, 11 Chapters and 167 Sections.
The Evidence act came into force from 1st September 1872.
To understand the laws it is very necessary to read the bare act, it is the exact text of a particular enactment by the legislature. The languages used in bare acts are often a bit difficult and confusing.Read more
In this article, we will discuss Natural law school of Jurisprudence and its theories. Introduction:- Natural law thinkingRead more
In this article, we will discuss the theory of social engineering by the Roscoe Pound, and also discuss its interest theory and its criticism. Roscoe Pound was one of the greatest leaders of the sociological school of jurisprudence. He introduced the doctrine of “social engineering” which aims to build an efficient structure of society resulting in the satisfaction of maximum wants with the minimum of friction and waste. This involved a rebalancing of competing interests.Read more
What is Jurisprudence? || Its meaning, definition etc. Introduction:- Jurisprudence involves the study of general theoretical questions aboutRead more
To avoiding ex-parte orders or judgments in civil proceedings the CPC has provided right to a person, called a caveat. Caveat Petition is explained under section 148-A of the civil procedure code, 1908. Caveat petition is defined as a precautionary measure taken by a person, one who has a great fear or nervousness, that some of the other cases against him or her are going to be filed in the court of law relating to any manner.Read more