Which is the oldest Code of Law in India?
The Law Code of Manu, also called "Manusmrti" ("manusmrti") or "Manu Dharma Shastra" ("manu-dharma-sastra"), is the oldest Law Code from India.
Private international law is also called:
Joint heirs to a property are called:
Joint heirs to a property are called Coparceners. They share equal rights and liabilities over the property.
The right of a party to initiate an action and be heard before a Court of law is called:
Example: in the United States, a person cannot bring a suit challenging the constitutionality of a law unless the plaintiff can demonstrate that the plaintiff is (or will be) harmed by the law. Otherwise, the court will rule that the plaintiff “lacks standing” to bring the suit, and will dismiss the case without considering the merits of the claim of unconstitutionality. In order to sue to have a court declare a law unconstitutional, there must be a valid reason for whoever is suing to be there. The party suing must have something to lose in order to sue unless they have automatic standing by action of law.
Indian Parliament is based on the principle of:
The Supreme Court held that evidence can be recorded by video conferencing in the case:
The act of unlawfully entering into another's property constitutes:
The act of unlawfully entering into another person's property, for instance their home or vehicle, is simply called "unlawful entry". Another word that covers the situation when a person enters property without permission is "trespassing".
Which Parliamentary Committee in the Indian system of democracy is chaired by a member of the Opposition Party?
Public Accounts Committee (PAC) refers to a committee in the legislature that must study public audits, invite ministers, permanent secretaries or other ministry officials to the committee for questioning, and issue a report of their findings subsequent to a government budget audit.
Supreme Court held that Preamble as a basic feature of Constitution cannot be amended in the case of
In the year 2002 the Competition Act was enacted replacing:
Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) Act, 1969 was revoked and replaced by Competition Act, 2002.
Public holidays are declared under:
The bank holiday in India is a public holiday which is declared specially for banks and other financial institutions. Bank holidays are declared by Central /state government under Negotiable Instrument Act.
When a person is prosecuted for committing a criminal offense, the burden of proof is on:
The offense that can be compromised between the parties is known as:
Husband and wife have a right to each other's company. The right is called:
Conjugal Rights mean Right to stay together.
If a witness makes a statement in Court, knowing it to be false, he commits the offense of:
Perjury is an offense of giving a false statement before the court, which a person knows to be false.
A child born after father's death is
A person born in these circumstances is called a posthumous child or a posthumously born person. Most instances of posthumous birth involve the birth of a child after the death of its father, but the term is also applied to infants delivered after the death of the mother, usually by caesarean section.
The temporary release of a prisoner is called
Parole is a process by which a prisoner is allowed to be conditionally released during the term of imprisonment.
A person who goes underground or evades the jurisdiction of the Court is known as
Absconder is a person who runs away from legal proceedings/process or avoids arrest.
India became the member of United Nations in the Year
Technically, India was a founding member in October 1945, despite it being a British colony.
A party to the suit is called
A plaintiff is a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.
No one can be convicted twice for the same offence. This doctrine is called
Double jeopardy, non bis in idem or ne bis in idem is a procedural defense that prevents an accused person from being tried again on the same (or similar) charges following a valid acquittal or conviction.
A participant in commission of crime is popularly known as:
A person who knowingly, voluntarily or intentionally gives assistance to another in the commission of crime. An accomplice is criminally liable to the same extent as the principal.
Which of the following is not payable to Central Government?
Land is a matter on which only State Governments can govern, thus the Stamp duties on transfer of immovable properties are levied by State Governments.
Where is the National Judicial Academy located?
Who has the constitutional right to audience in all Indian Courts?
Attorney General has the right of audience in all Courts in India as well as the right to participate in the proceedings of the Parliament, though not to vote.