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Nitesh Jindal

Substantive Law Vs. Procedural Law

Laws in are essential to maintain peace and order in any society. There are some laws which define the rights and liabilities of the parties and some others which tell how the proceedings should be carried on by the functionaries…. Continue Reading →

Fundamental Duties

Fundamental duties were added to our constitution by the 42nd constitutional amendment, 1976 on the recommendation of the Swaran Singh Committee. Initially, there were only ten duties but due to the passage of time it was felt that parents have… Continue Reading →

Husband Cannot Divorce His Wife Who Is Terminally Ill For Consideration: Supreme Court

Anuradha Samir Vennangot v. Mohandas Samir Vennangot Facts The petitioner wife got married with the respondent husband in April 2013. The petitioner was a divorcee wife while the respondent was a bachelor. In 2013, some misunderstanding developed between them and… Continue Reading →

Ex – Wife Is Not A Relative Of The Husband Under Section 498 – A: Gujarat High Court

HoneyBen Ashok Bhai Patel vs. State of Gujarat Facts Rakeshkumar Bhavsar got married with respondent No. 2 in 1995 and had two children with her. He died in 2001 and 9 years after that, respondent no. 2 got married to… Continue Reading →

Summon Cases Vs. Warrant Cases

In Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) 1973, criminal cases are divided into summon cases and warrant cases. This categorisation of criminal cases has been done intentionally because the procedure of trial in the two cases is different as the seriousness of… Continue Reading →

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