Armed Forces Tribunal –  AFT

Armed Forces Tribunal – AFT

In 1999, the Law Commission’s 169 th report stated that a special tribunal for all three wings of the military services is required for resolutions of disciplinary and service matters. Thus ...

Anticipatory Bail

Anticipatory Bail

In the Section of Bail under the Indian Criminal Law, there is a provision for ‘Anticipatory Bail.’ The 41st Law Commission report of India recommended Anticipatory Bail and thus this provisio...

‘Insolvency’ in India

‘Insolvency’ in India

The dictionary meaning of Insolvency is ‘the lack of financial resources’ and in legal terminology, it refers to ‘the situation where the liabilities of a person or firm exceed its total asse...

Indian Criminal Law (IPC)

Indian Criminal Law (IPC)

The Indian Criminal Law is the body of law that deals with crime and offences under the Indian Constitution.  It relates to conduct perceived as harmful, endangering or threaten...

The Indian Evidence Act, 1872

The Indian Evidence Act, 1872

The Indian Evidence Act was passed by the Imperial Legislative Council in India during the year 1872.  The Act came into existence during the British Raj. The Act contains a set of rules and alli...

Real Estate Regulation Act  – RERA

Real Estate Regulation Act – RERA

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 is an Act of the Parliament of India which aims at protecting home buyers and also to boost investments in the real estate industry. It is adv...

Innocent until Proven Guilty

Innocent until Proven Guilty

Imagine you wake up with the police on your door arresting you for a crime which you never committed. A criminal lawyer’s duty is to defend their clients and we always say this to clients, it do...