Transaction of which Income tax department collect information

Responsibility of public to assist and give information to Magistrates and Police - Section 37, 38, 39 of Code of Criminal Procedure (CRPC) 1973

There is a common belief in the public that the responsibility to maintain peace and execution of law is with forces and legal authorities. But as per the prevailing law in India, it is the duty of the citizen to help various authorities for execution of law and prevention of crime...


Confession and its relevancy, The Indian Evidence Act 1872 - Section 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 of Indian Evidence Act, 1872

Confession have very important role in proving Criminal Cases. Confession by an accused may be due to different reasons. Sometimes the accused may be victimized or confess the crime to save the real culprit


Relevancy of character in Civil and Criminal Cases - Section 52, 53, 54 and 55 of The Indian Evidence Act, 1872

The circumstances may make persons with good character as accused because sometimes they do not have any option left out or they may become victim of temporary mental imbalance...


Interlocutory Injunction - Design Act 2000 - Conditions for grant of Interlocutory Injunction

Interlocutory Injunction is one of the remedies available against infringement of copy right in design. The principle applicable to the grant of interlocutory injunction in the case of a Design and patent are same as indeed in the case of other action.


Design, Features of Design, Registration of Design, Design Act, 1911, Design Rules 1933 and Design Act 2000

Designs are creating by spending huge amount of money and long hours of work. The proprietor of a design has complete right to protect the design and avail complete benefits from creating such a design...


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