Author: yash sharma

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EXTRADITION BY YASH SHARMA@LEXCLIQ

Basis of the Principle of Extradition: Ordinarily each State exercises complete jurisdiction over all the persons within its territory. But sometimes there may be cases when a person after committing crime runs away to another country. In such a situation the country affected finds itself helpless to exercise jurisdiction to punish the guilty person. This […]

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ASYLUM BY YASH SHARMA@LEXCLIQ

Meaning and Definition of Asylum: By asylum we mean shelter and active protection extended to a political refugee from another State by a State which admits him on his request. Asylum involves following two elements – (1) A shelter which is more than a temporary refuge, and (2) A degree of active protection on the […]

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What are the Rights of an Arrested Person? BY YASH SHARMA@LEXCLIQ

Any person has to be treated as a human being, irrespective of the fact that such person is a criminal. The accused persons are also granted certain rights, the most basic of which are found in the Indian Constitution. The basic assumption behind these rights is that the government has enormous resources available to it […]

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SUITS BY THE INDIGENT PERSONS UNDER BY YASH SHARMA@LEXCLIQ

In this article, we will discuss the Suits by Indigent Person under Order 33 of the CPC. Let’s discuss it in detail. Introduction:- In India, there are so many people, who are poor and not able to get two-time food. So in these situations, how can we expect that they are able to get the […]

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ARTICLE ON FOREIGN JUDGEMENTS IN INDIA

Introduction Section 2(6) of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (CPC) defines a foreign judgement as a judgement of a foreign court. A foreign court is defined by Section 2(5) of the CPC as a court situated outside India and not established or continued by the authority of the Central Government. CPC dictates the procedure […]

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