Author: PARTHA PRATIM SINHA

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TOPIC Doctrine of Audi Alteram Partem. PARTHA PRATIM SINHA AT LEXCLIQ

  Audi alteram partem (or audiatur et altera pars) is a Latin phrase meaning listen to the other side, or let the other side be heard as well. The second fundamental principle of natural justice is Audi alteram partem, i.e. no man should be condemned unheard, or both the sides must be heard before passing any order. This […]

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TOPIC- Preventive Detention and Constitution of India. PARTHA PRATIM SINHA AT LEXCLIQ

Preventive Detention and Constitution of   India Confinement imposed generally on a defendant in criminal case who has threatened to violate the law while awaiting trial or disposition or of a mentally ill person who may harm himself or others – Black Law Dictionary It is an anticipatory measure and does not relate to an offence […]

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TOPIC- DOCTRINE OF CONSTITUTION TORT. PARTHA PRATIM SINHA AT LEXCLIQ

DOCTRINE OF CONSTITUTION TORT Article 300 reads as: (1) The Government of India may sue or be sued by the name of the Union of India and the Government of a State may sue or be sued by the name of the State any may, subject to any provision which may be made by Act […]

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TOPIC- DIVORCE IN INDIA. PARTHA PRATIM SINHA AT LEXCLIQ 

         DIVORCE IN INDIA   Divorce laws (l) Any Any marriage which is solemnized, whether before or after the commencement of the Hindu marriage Act, may be Dissolved by a decree of divorce, by either the Husband or the wife presenting the petition on the following grounds: (i) Firstly having had voluntary sexual intercourse with any […]

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TOPIC-Case Analysis: Shankari Prasad v/s Union Of India. PARTHA PRATIM SINHA AT LEXCLIQ

Case Analysis: Shankari Prasad v/s Union Of India Facts Of Cases: To cancel the zamindari framework pervasive all over India, some state councils took certain measures for agrarian changes in especially Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh by establishing Zamindari Abolition Act. Under such enactment tremendous property of land that lay with rich zamindars was […]

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