Medical Law

Education and licencing requirements, civil lawsuits involving doctors or their staff (such as lawsuits for malpractice or negligence), criminal cases where doctors are called as expert witnesses, duties involving birth or death certificates, and duties to report diseases and suspected abuse are all included in the field of medical law.

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Rape

Balatkar, the term for rape, is frightening only by itself. It is one of the most prevalent criminal activities in India. The word “rape” is so horrifying, degrading, traumatising, and terrible that it completely devastates the psychology and affects the victim’s deepest emotions.

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Criminal Law

The branch of law that deals with crimes is known as criminal law. It forbids behaviour that is deemed to pose a threat to, be detrimental to, or otherwise pose a risk to the possessions, health, safety, and moral well-being of others, including oneself.

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Ombudsman in India: An Analysis of Lokpal and Lokayutkas

Ombudsman, Mal-administration is like a termite that eats away at a country’s basis. It obstructs the administration’s ability to complete its mission. Corruption is the basis of the dilemma that our country is experiencing. Despite the fact that India has a plethora of anti-corruption bodies, most of them are not truly autonomous.

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Difference between Business and Company Law

Although the terms “company law” and “business law” are sometimes used interchangeably, they actually refer more to broader ideas of commercial law, which is the laws pertaining to commercial and business-related purposes and activities.

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Inherent powers of the High Court under section 482 CrPC

The inherent power of the High Court, the goals of substantive criminal law are sought to be accomplished by the 1973 Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr.P.C.). However, in order to accomplish these goals, there is a chance that the process may be abused, and occasionally even the application of the law as set down in the procedural law may not be sufficient to uphold the ends of justice.

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ROLE OF PROMOTERS IN IBC

India’s bankruptcy law, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC), intends to streamline the current structure by establishing a unified insolvency and bankruptcy regulation.

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