The Lawmatics Bulletin

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Weekly legal Report is our initiative to bring top stories of the week from the legal and general world which will be helpful for the law student to be aware about the their field and don’t miss any important update around them.

Money Laundering: The Political Tool

The process of hiding or masking the identity of proceeds obtained unlawfully so they seem to have come from authorized ...

Understanding Public Nuisance: Interference with Public Rights and Community Welfare”

There must be an act in order to create a public nuisance, and the conduct does not have to be ...

Assam Delimitation: Redrawing Boundaries for Political Representation

Recently a draft Assam delimitation document was published by the Election Commission of India (EC). The Concept 01 The concept ...

Crash Course: Exploring the Legalities of Car Accidents

The owner of the motor vehicle shall be liable to pay a compensation of a sum of five lakh rupees ...

What happens if you possess a stolen property

If a person recieves a property which he knows that it is a stolen property then the person shall be ...

What is Culpable Homicide? Meaning and Overview

Not all responsible homicides are murders. The Concept 01 The concept of Culpable HomicideCulpable means:legally responsible for an actionHomicide means: ...

Government Contracts: Application of Article 299

In a Recent Glock Asia Pacific case the Supreme Court ruled that the government cannot claim immunity from the legal ...

Adverse possession: Law Commission said ‘No reason for increasing the period of limitation’

The Law Commission, headed by former Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court Ritu Raj Awasthi and comprising retired Kerala High ...

The Lawmatics Bulletin- 25

27-April-2021 to 4-May-2021 THE HON'BLE APEX COURT ISSUED NOTICE IN A PLEA TO EXAMINE CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY OF SECTION 124A OF ...

More to Read

Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul on Artistic Freedom and Obscenity

The article is an excerpt from the judgment of Justice Kishan Kaul in Maqbul Fida Hussain v. Rajkumar Pandey (2008) ...

Case where Supreme Court struck down Section 118 of Indian Succession Act terming it discriminatory against Christians

Christians were aggrieved by the discriminatory treatment meted out to members of Christian community under the Indian Succession Act, 1925 ...

Charitable Trusts for the Advancement of Religion- Origin of Concept

Section 14 of the Transfer of Property Act rule against perpetuity as substantive law in India. It is, however, an ...

Rule of Exclusion of Documents as Evidence on the Ground of Public Policy

The English decisions in Duncan v. Cammell Laird & Co[1]; Conway v. Rimmer & Anr.[2]; and Rogers v. Home Secretary[3] ...

Identification Parade- Value as an evidence

Identification Tests do not constitute substantive evidence As was observed by Supreme Court in Matru v. State of U.P. (1971 ...

Termination of Tenancy on Natural Calamity- Determination

Definition of Lease Chapter V, of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (for short T.P. Act) deals with leases of ...
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