Chapter V CrPC Section 58 Police to report apprehensions Officers in charge of police stations shall report to the District Magistrate, or, if he so directs, to the Sub-divisional Magistrate, the cases of all persons arrested without warrant, within the limits of their respective stations, whether such persons have been admitted to bail or otherwise.
Chapter V CrPC Section 59 Discharge of person apprehended No person who has been arrested by a police officer shall be discharged except on his own bond, or on bail, or under the special order of a Magistrate.
Obligations of Banker The relationship between the banker and customers creates some obligations on the part of a bank. The fundamental obligations of a banker towards it’s customers are as follows: 1. Obligation of Banker to Honour Cheques The bank has a statutory obligation to honour the cheques of its customers up to the amount … Read moreRights and Obligations of Banker
Finance minister Arun Jaitley presented the Union Budget 2017-18 in the Lok Sabha today. The Union Budget 2017 was broadly focused on 10 broad themes — farmers, rural population, youth, poor and health care for the underprivileged; infrastructure; financial sector for stronger institutions; speedy accountability; public services; prudent fiscal management; tax administration for the honest. … Read moreSummary of Union Budget 2017-18, everything you want to know!
Ethics is a system of moral principles which govern a person’s behaviour or the conducting of an activity. Professional Ethics in Lawyer’s perspective Professional ethics means the code of rules which regulates the behaviour and conduct a practicing lawyer towards his client, opposite party, court and himself. The moral principles which are applied to normal … Read moreWhat is Legal Ethics?
There had been a lot of hue and cry over the constitution of National Judicial Appointment Commission (hereinafter referred to as NJAC). Opponents argued that it will curtail the independence of the judiciary and the executive i.e. the government will decide the legal and judicial system in India. It was considered as a threat to independent … Read moreEverything about NJAC
It is a common myth that USA has seen 33 amendments in last 230 years so it is very rigid. A few nations see their constitution amended almost every week, so they are flexible. Since India have seen 101 amendments in 68 years, it is a mix of rigid and flexible. But it is not the … Read moreWhy Constitution of India is Rigid as well as Flexible ?
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Bounced cheques are one of the most common offences plaguing the financial world. According to the Supreme Court, there are over 40 lakh such pending cases in the country. A cheque can be dishonoured for various reasons, the most common being insufficient funds in the account of the person drawing the cheque, and a mismatch … Read moreWhat if a cheque bounces? Best guide to the Legal Recourse Available to You
Under Section 8(1) of the Competition Act, the Commission shall comprises of a Chairperson and six members. Section 8(2) the Chairperson and every other Member shall be a person of ability, integrity and standing and who has special knowledge of, and such professional experience of not less than fifteen years in, international trade, economics, business, commerce, … Read moreQualification of Chairperson and Members of the Competition Commission of India