soumyadeep das

Hi, I'm Soumyadeep a Mathematics graduate, and a diploma holder in computer application, currently Pursuing my 3 years L.l.B from the Indian Institute of Legal Studies, Siliguri.

principles for invoking writ jurisdiction

6 Principles to know before you invoke a Writ Jurisdiction

The jurisdiction and procedural concepts can build your confidence, but reversed grasp at the fundamentals of writs and Supreme Court jurisdiction, civil and criminal procedure and principles of evidence is imperative to ensure that you are not caught off guard at the opening conversation. We will discuss the theory and the Constitutional basis of the …

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Bailment (Section 148-171 of Indian Contract Act, 1872)

Meaning of Bailment: Bailment is derived from the French word ‘bailer’ means ‘to deliver a thing under a control’ its a relationship in common law where physical possession but not ownership of personal property, is transferred from one person to another for a specific reason or purpose with a condition to return goods when the purpose …

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doli incapex

What is “doli incapax” in which section of IPC it lies?

‘Doli incapax‘ is a Latin legal maxim that infers the meaning ‘incapability of committing a crime’. This term has been used to describe an assumption of guiltlessness for children in Criminal law in most countries. We find this term in the Indian Penal Code, 1860 in Section 82, and in the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 in …

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