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What are the Different Classifications of Law in India?

What are the Different Classifications of Law in India

1 Introduction  The law may be classified in different ways that can directly affect everywhere globally, nations, or religions. However, it may be defined for various purposes of implantation according to the legislation by state, code, rules, and regulations. That’s known as a classification of the law. In this article, …

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Doctrine of Res Judicata under Civil Procedure Code,1908

Doctrine of Res Judicata under Civil Procedure Code,1908

Introduction The doctrine of Res judicata is ancient and historical worldwide. When we talk about that in India, the Civil Procedure Code 1908 under section 11 has defined the principle of Res judicata. After that, the administrative law accepted it. Similarly, the Indian legal system covered that concept in other …

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Can a defendant cross-examine another defendant in a suit?

Can a defendant cross examine another defendant in a suit

This question comes to our mind can a defendant cross-examine another defendant in a suit? During the civil suit trial, there are many legal aspects and technical issues which come across to the parties and advocates of the suit. Which questions are covered in the law point related to the …

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Is registration of a Partnership Firm Compulsory in India?

Is registration of a Partnership Firm Compulsory in India

(1) Introduction: Many business concepts are available worldwide, for example, private limited company, public limited company, Limited liability partnership (LLP.), proprietor, Partnership, etc. Among them, managing a business through the Partnership is an easy, simple, and popular way. Generally, the Partnership refers to two or more people who can decide …

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Difference between Appeal and Revision

Difference between Appeal and Revision

(1) Introduction:- Equal justice is a constitutional right of every person. Sometimes a party has to be involved in the litigation, whether directly or indirectly. In that situation, they often use the legal words appeal and revision. But sometimes, a party does not know the difference between appeal and revision …

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