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Equality Before Law

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Article 14 of the Constitution of India deals with equality before the law. It secures “equality before the law” and “equal protection of laws”. Equality before the law, also known as equality under the law, equality in the eyes of the law, or legal equality, is the principle that constitutes that each independent human being […]

Tribunals ...

Tribunal can be defined as an individual or an institution which has authority to judge and to order. Tribunals are not ordinary courts, these tribunals have jurisdiction over very specific matters or can be stated as that they deal with specific matters only. Judgement of tribunals is as effected as the judgement given by ordinary […]

Judicial Separation and Non-Judicial Separation ...

India is home to diverse religions and marriage is considered to be one of the sacred things. It is a bond which is created by god. No one wants to break this due to various reasons like some do not want to get the stigma of divorce; some think that they will lose their image […]