9 Types of laws and their examples with the 5 sources of …

Procedural law is a body of law that sets forth the methods, rules, and procedures for court cases. In order to help ensure that the laws are applied fairly, there are certain rules and procedures that must be enforced when a court hears any case, whether civil or criminal. This set of laws, rules, and procedures is known as “procedural law.”

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Administrative Law: Its definition, objects, and scope

(9 days ago) Indian Legal System > Civil Laws > Administrative Law > Introduction Administrative law is the by-product of the growing socio-economic functions of the State. The traditional functions of any State are defence, collection of revenue, maintenance of law and order, and administration of justice.

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Schools of International law: Naturalists, Positivists

(6 days ago) The Law of nature has played a very important role in the development of International Law when the world was static. Today’s world is dynamic and hence laws of nature are inadequate or progressive. However, it is to be admitted that the law of nature has greatly influenced the development of International Law.

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Different sources of administrative law: The constitution

(1 days ago) Judicial Decisions: Administrative law is uncodified law of India. It is unwritten and mostly judge-made. It grown gradually step by step. Stare decisis is a Latin term, that means “to stand by decided matters”. It is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase “stare decisis et non quieta movere” which means “to stand by decisions and not to disturb settled matters”.

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Substantive laws and Procedural laws: Meaning, …

(6 days ago) Substantive Law: The law which defines rights and liabilities of individuals and collective bodies is known as substantive law. It is so called because it puts in a clear-cut and precise form the substance of the subject matter for enforcing which the courts of law and the officers of law exist.

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Austin's Imperative Theory of Law, the cocept and its merits

(2 days ago) Law: Ethics: The law refers to a systematic body of rules that governs the whole society and the actions of its individual members. Ethics is a branch of moral philosophy that guides people about basic human conduct. Law consists of rules recognized and acted on by the court of justice.

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Mistake of Law and Mistake of Fact: A Weapon of General

(8 days ago) Mistake of law is a defense that the criminal defendant takes that they misunderstood or was ignorant of the law as it existed at the time. It is expected that individuals must be aware of the laws of land. This defense of mistake of law applies in very limited circumstances. Generally, the mistake of law is not excusable.

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Law of mass action: Statement, Its application to chemical

(9 days ago) Law of Mass Action: In 1864, Norwegian chemists Cato Guldberg and Peter Wage put forward the law of mass action. Law of mass action states that “The rate of a chemical reaction is directly proportional to the product of active masses of reactants, at given temperature at that instant”.

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Dulong Petit's law: Statement, explanation, calculation of

(Just Now) Dulong-Petit’s Law: The product of specific heat and the atomic mass of an element in the solid-state is approximately equal to 6.4. OR Atomic heat of a solid element is nearly equal to 6.4. Limitations of Dulong-Petit’s Law: This law is applicable to elements which are in solid state. This law Is applicable to the heavier element.

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5 Types of Writs: Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Certiorari

(3 days ago) Case Law: Gopalan v.Government of India, AIR 1950 SCR 88 A. K. Gopalan was a communist leader who was detained in the Madras Jail under Preventive Detention Act, 1950 and he challenged his detention by stating that his civil liberty was being hampered as he had the right to equality of law.

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Decree: Meaning, its essentials, and examples with

(Just Now) Execution is the act of carrying into effect the final judgment of a court or other tribunal. The writ authorising a particular officer to carry such judgment is called execution, in its rational and practical sense execution is the formal method prescribed by law, whereby the parties entitled to the benefit of the judgment or any other equivalent obligations may obtain, that benefit.

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Public International Law: Meaning and its classification

(2 days ago) Public International law is the body of legal rules, which applied between Sovereign States and other International Personalities. Private International Law regulates relationship between Private persons (Natural or Legal) of two different States. …

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Rule of law: Its postulates , merits and demerits, and

(5 days ago) The formal origin of the word ‘Rule of Law’ is attributed to Sir. Edward Coke, and is derived from French phase ‘la principe de legalite’ which means the principle of legality.Albert Venn Dicey’s work on the Rule of Law is the first major modern work on the subject.

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Civil Rights: Meaning and the rights included in it

(3 days ago) Law > Legal Concepts > Human Rights > Characteristics of Human Rights Human rights can be divided into two broad categories: (a) civil and political rights and (b) social, economic, and cultural rights. Civil and political rights are a class of rights that protect individuals’ freedom from infringement by governments, social organizations, and private individuals, and which ensure one’s

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Crime : Its meaning, definitions by different jurists and

(8 days ago) The law is a command enjoining a course of conduct. A crime may, therefore, be an act of disobedience to such a law forbidding or commanding it. But then, sometimes, disobedience of all laws may not be a crime, for instance, disobedience of civil laws. Therefore, crime would mean something more than mere disobedience of law.

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Thermodynamics: The concept and its laws, concept of work done

(4 days ago) Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics: If two bodies P and Q are in thermal equilibrium and also P and R in thermal equilibrium then Q and R, are also in thermal equilibrium. This law introduces the concept of hotness and coldness which leads to the concept of the temperature of a body. Characteristics of Thermal Equilibrium:

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Mistake of fact and Mistake of Law: Section 76 of IPC

(7 days ago) A mistake of law is where you are mistaken or ignorant about the law. Mistake of law is a defense that the criminal defendant takes that they misunderstood or was ignorant of the law as it existed at the time. It is expected that individuals must be aware of the laws of land. This defense of mistake of law applies in very limited circumstances.

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Delegated Legislation: Meaning, characteristics, need, and

(8 days ago) The law made by a statutory authority not notified to the public, hence the delegated legislation generally suffers from a lack of publicity. Need of Delegated Legislation. It enables the Government to make a law without having to wait for a new Act of Parliament to be passed. It saves time and avoids overloading of the Parliament.

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