The interpretation of presently enacted ordinances or laws is one of the judiciary’s most important or fundamental duties. The bounds set by the lawful frameworks—which comprise precise laws, rules, the Constitution, and authorized legislations—are scrupulously adhered to by the courts when they administer justice in a legal conflict. An array of statutes and rules make up the legal system in a democratic nation like India. The Legislature develops and drafts precise written ordinances and laws in accordance with parliamentary procedure. The underlying principles of these laws have been interpreted by the courts to provide justice in a legal case.
Laws in India
This article deals with the processes a law student may apply to get a head start or enhance the quality of their legal research. A common misconception among the students of law is that they need to memorize the statutes and rules. What is required is to tackle the problem as it would be dealt with by a legal tribunal i.e., by identifying rules and principles that are applicable to the circumstances of a situation. While reading something related to law the real intent is to learn how the legal machinery works and to solve the legal problems that might appear in the future. What is written in such books is already history and the approach to just memorizing it does not fare well.
This article deals with the various statutory laws that administer the domain of e-commerce in India. The field of e-commerce has seen significant growth in the past decade. It is a platform that enables consumers to interact with businesses via the medium of the internet. Under the Consumer Protection Act, 2019, it is defined as transactions in relation to goods and services that happen over the network. With e-commerce gradually becoming a behemoth in itself, there was a growing need to protect the interests of consumers and businesses. In India, various aspects of this field are regulated by various ministries of the government as there is no dedicated e-commerce law for it.
The global market for alcohol continues to be on the rise with an increasing demand noticed each year. Taking into account the downsides associated with the harmful use of alcohol in terms of health and social well-being, it is essential to have requisite regulations in place. In view of the same, this article provides an overview of the alcohol laws pertaining to consumption in India with special reference to the effects of alcohol prohibition in the nation. Considering the debilitating effects of alcohol upon the human body and to improve public health, certain states in India have opted for an absolute prohibition on the sale and consumption of alcohol. However, the consequences of the same have drawn huge criticism on account of poor implementation of the alcohol laws and legislative error.
It is undeniable that advertisements have an impact on consumer rights, and as a result, promotions should be reasonable and true. False and misleading notices are not only unreliable, but they also distort competition and, naturally, consumer decisions. In this article, we will understand the term false and misleading advertisement. We look into the laws which right the customers against such misleading advertisements we also analyse the laws and look into the aspects which could be adopted in future legislation and the end concludes our article with a short and crisp conclusion.
This article deals with the concept of a misrepresentation given under the Indian Contract Act, 1872. It talks about what types of misrepresentation are provided under the Act and how exactly an agreement is affected if the situation in a case pertains to the presence of such an element. In simple terms, misrepresentation in the legal sense means a statement made by a person while making an agreement that is believed and acted upon by the other. One important quality of such a statement is that it is in actuality untrue but the person making it does not possess the knowledge regarding its false nature.
All facets of human existence necessitate the use of electricity. It is a requirement for human survival. It’s a vital piece of infrastructure for the country’s economy and social progress. The growth of India as a whole depends on the rural areas receiving reliable energy services at affordable prices. Indian business needs access to cheap, reliable power if it is to compete on the global stage and realise their enormous employment potential. The expansion of our economy can be directly attributed to the services sector. Sustained expansion in this sector depends heavily on the reliability of the electrical supply.
Our Government has 3 organs: the Legislature, the Executive, and the Judiciary. The Legislature makes the laws, the executive implements the laws and the Judiciary interprets the laws to check those laws are not against our constitutional provisions and are not disturbing the rights of the citizens. Due to various reasons, the Judiciary has to make rulings proactively. This article covers the topic of judicial activism, its meaning, history, and methods, and also covers other aspects relating to Judicial activism.
This article has primarily focused on the rights available to prisoners by virtue of the Constitution and furthermore the development of legal jurisprudence with respect to the same. A comparative study has been drawn with the US, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden in terms of the rights of prisoners. Much can be drawn from the reformative correctional service provided in these countries.