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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.

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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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All About Constitutional Amendments

In this article, we will discuss the meaning and procedure of the Constitutional Amendments with reference to the Indian Constitution. Meaning of Amendment Generally speaking, Amendment refers to change or ratify something that is already established usually with a motive to improve. In other words, “A minor change or addition designed to improve a text, …

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introduction, retirement, insolvency, death of partners

Introduction, Retirement, Death, Insolvency and etc

In this article, we will discuss various topics like Introduction, retirement, expulsion, insolvency, and death of partners under section 31 to section 38 of the Indian Partnership Act, 1930. This post is a continuation of previous blogs on Partnership. Few quick links to help you recapitulate the topic: Partnership.Rights and Liabilities of a Minor in …

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Jurisprudence: It’s nature and scope

Jurisprudence deals with why the questions, rather than what the questions are. For example, the law might state that the death penalty will be imposed on anyone who intentionally kills’s any person. The why question involves asking whether intent should be a requirement? Or whether the death penalty is ever appropriate? Or not…. Introduction: Jurisprudence …

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Sedition Law in India | Legal provisions & case Laws

What does Sedition mean? The word ‘Sedition’ has originated in the British Era. It Means, “The use of words or action intended to encourage people to oppose a government”. Therefore, in common parlance sedition means, “An act or conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch”. With these …

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