legal basics

Interpretation Maxim: Delegatus Non Potest Delegare

Interpretation Maxim: Delegatus Non Potest Delegare

Legal maxims are established principles of law or propositions that mostly originated in medieval ages and hence expressed in Latin language. We’ve already covered 101 Legal Maxims that every law students should know and in this article, we will discuss Delegatus Non Potest Delegare. This maxim is mostly used in Constitutional and Administrative law and …

Interpretation Maxim: Delegatus Non Potest Delegare Read More »

legal research method cover

Beginner’s Guide to Legal Research (Step by Step)

The legal research methodology is a process to find answers to a legal question. It is about learning and understanding the laws, interpreting the basic principles and on that basis forming an opinion. Right from law students to experienced lawyers, everybody spends most of their time on legal research. In this article, we will learn …

Beginner’s Guide to Legal Research (Step by Step) Read More »

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in India All you need to know

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in India: All you need to know

In this article, we will discuss Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in India-Meaning, Introduction, scope, and surrounding areas. What is Public Interest Litigation? To understand this topic, we will first learn about the basic meaning of Litigation. In the usual sense, litigation refers to the process of taking legal action in a way to enforce some …

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in India: All you need to know Read More »

doctrine of basic structure

What is the Basic Structure Doctrine?

In this article, we will discuss the basic structure doctrine of the Constitution of India. What does Basic Structure Doctrine mean? In our previous blog Constitutional Amendments, we have learned that the parliament has powers to amend the Constitution if it so requires. But this power is not unleashed. The Indian Judiciary in Keshvanand Bharati …

What is the Basic Structure Doctrine? Read More »

constitutional amendments

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, …

All About Constitutional Amendments Read More »

101 legal maxims strictly legal

101 legal maxims every law students must know

What does Legal Maxims mean? Legal maxims are established legal principles, or moral philosophy often used by legal professionals. The use of these 101 legal maxims varies in use on different subjects of law including Criminal Law, Civil Law, Corporate. “Maxim (Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856): An established principle or proposition. A principle of law universally admitted, …

101 legal maxims every law students must know Read More »

Indian Federalism and centre-state relations

The Constitution of India provides a federal system of government in the country even though it describes India as ‘a union of states’. The term implies that firstly, the Indian federation is not the result of an agreement between independent units, and secondly, the units of Indian federation cannot leave the federation. What is Indian …

Indian Federalism and centre-state relations Read More »

Cuplpable homicide blog post title

Difference between Culpable Homicide and Murder

In this article we will understand the major differences between Culpable Homicide and Murder. Section 299 and section 300 are the vast sections in the entire Indian Penal Code. They talk about the definitions of Culpable Homicide and Murder. In the scheme of Indian Penal Code, Culpable Homicide is ‘Genus’ and Murder its ‘Specie’. All …

Difference between Culpable Homicide and Murder Read More »

administrative law

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 …

Jurisprudence: It’s nature and scope Read More »