Author: shivani.sengar

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Contempt of Court,Shivani Singh Sengar@Lexcliq

CONTEMPT OF COURT DEFINITION OF CONTEMPT:- Contempt of court may be said to be constituted into disrespect or disregard, or to interfere with or prejudice parties litigation or their witness during the litigation. Lord Hadwick in 1742 made a three-fold classification of contempt: a. Scandalizing the court. b. Abusing the parties who are concerned in […]

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Writ under Indian Constitution,Shivani Singh Sengar@Lexcliq

WRIT : Types of writ Writ General Meaning –  a formal order inWriting issued under seal, in the nameof a sovereign, government, Court orother authority, commanding an officeror other person to whom it is issued,to do or refrain from doing some actspecified therein. Constitutional Remedy Under the Indian Constitution,Supreme Court and High Court areempowered to […]

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Consumer Protection Act,1986,by Shivani Singh Sengar@Lexcliq

Consumer Protection Act CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT 1986 In order to provide for better protection of the interests of the consumer the Consumer Protection Bill, .1986 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 5th December, 1986. • The Consumer Protection Act 1986 is a social welfare legislation which was enacted as a result of widespread consumer […]

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Child Labour In India-An Unavoidable Dilema, Shivani Singh Sengar@lexcliq

The term ‘Child Labour’ is defined as a work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity and is harmful to their physical and mental development. It refers to the work that is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful to children, interferes with schooling by depriving them of the opportunity […]

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Concept of coparcenary,by Shivani Singh Sengar @Lexcliq

Coparcenary in Hindu Law THECONCEPT OF COPARCENARY  According to Collins Dictionary – “a form of joint ownership of property, especially joint heirship”  ‘Coparcenary’ is a narrower body than a joint family and consists of only those persons who have taken, by birth, an interest in the property of the holder for the time being […]

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