Author: Shadan seraj

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Analysis of Law of Adultery In India By Shadan Seraj At LEXCLIQ

Adultery is derived from a French word, about that has evolved from the Latin verb, “adulterium”, means to corrupt. Adultery is defined as the consensual extramarital sexual relationship that is considered objectionable on social, religious and, moral and earlier on the legal grounds as well. Though adultery is decriminalized, it still exists as a delinquent […]

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Analysis of Honour Killing In India By Shadan Seraj At LEXCLIQ

Indian Society is a multicultural, multi-traditional society where it exists different types of castes, class, creeds, sections where everyone believes that their class is the best in whole and every person of that class should follow their customs and traditions throughout their lives where woman are considered as the bearer of honour to the family. […]

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The hushed topic of Male Rape in India By Shadan Seraj At LEXCLIQ

Rape in general defined as the crime committed by men against women. It has been conceptualized as sexual victimization of women by male preparators that manifest the rape-supportive patriarchal society. However, in reality, it has been found that there is a significant number of rapes and other sexual violence victims are male too but the […]

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Provisions of Bail Under Indian Legal System By Shadan Seraj At LEXCLIQ

Black’s Dictionary defines bail as “Procuring the release of a person from legal custody, by undertaking that he/she shall appear at the time and place designated and submit him/herself to the jurisdiction and judgment of the court”. Bail is the conditional release of a person accused of a crime, for an amount, pledged for the […]

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Concept Of Legal Aid In India By Shadan Seraj At LEXCLIQ

Legal aid may be taken to mean free legal assistance to the poor persons in any judicial proceedings before the Court, Tribunals or any authority. It intends to provide free legal assistance to the poor persons who are not able to enforce the rights given to them by law. The constitution of India gives much […]

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