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CASES ACCORDING TO DIFFERENT LAWS

COMPANY LAW

A company is an entity formed by a group of individuals that has a separate legal existence from that of the members who comprise it.
It is a legal fiction that is created by virtue of the Companies Act…

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Constitutional Law is a body of law, rules, doctrines, and practices that govern the operations of political communities, most importantly the state.
Modern Constitutional law is an offspring of the idea that the…

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE

The Criminal Procedure Code is the procedural law that provides the detailed procedure for punishment of offenders under substantive criminal law, and thus enforces the Indian Penal Code, 1860.
The code encompasses all the particulars about the…

PROPERTY LAW

The word “property” has been derived from the Latin word proprietary, which means a thing owned. Property law is that area of law that governs and regulates the ownership of a certain property.
It consists of policies…

FAMILY LAW

Family Law is a body of law that regulates and governs relationships that include, marriages, the treatment of children, divorce, and related matters.
Family law shares an interest in certain social issues which involve…

CRIMINAL LAW

Criminal law can be defined as a body of rules and statutes that defines conduct prohibited by the government because it threatens and harms public safety and that establishes punishment to be imposed upon…
It is a legal fiction that is created by virtue of the Company Act…

CONTRACT LAW

A Contract as defined under the Indian Contract Act is “an agreement enforceable by law”. It is the body of law that deals with the making & implementation of agreements.
The basic elements that constitute a valid…

TORT LAW

A Tort is a Civil wrong done by one person which gives rise to an injury or harm to another person for which courts impose liability. It is a breach of duty independent of a contract.
The primary aim of Tort law is to provide…

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