WritingLaw is the best website for Law Students to read Bare Acts!
Really, Why!

1. Fonts are big, spacious and dark so there is no strain on eyes.

2. Bare Acts are systematic and updated.

3. Bare Acts are presented in such a way that you can keep reading many sections at once.

4. Bare Acts are colourfully presented with case names in green colour, headings in orange colour and so on.

5. This website is clean. There are no Notification Popups, Email Popups or Ad Popups. I mean if you are on computer, go inside any post and just look at the left and right sides. See all the empty white space!
I can show ads and links there and make more money. I do not. I choose to struggle financially. I wish to make you feel focused and comfortable. Law itself is complicated. You are a hard working student. I too was once not long back. I want your mind to be calm and positive on my website.

6. But most importantly,
Bare Acts have section links in them. All important, relevant inside links are shown in blue colour. It saves a lot of time. You will not find this feature anywhere else or even in bare act books.

For Example:
Section 174A of IPC, has a mention of Section 82 of CrPC. Now many students while reading section 174A of IPC will not know what Section 82 of CrPC is.

It will take time to find that section in a different bare act. The student will have to Google Search or find it in another bare act book etc. It will disturb the whole reading flow.

What I have done is that, I have given links for these sections right there. By just one click it will quickly take you to that section in your browser. It will save a lot of time. You will have to read to believe how amazing this is!


Consumer Protection Act, 2019

Consumer Protection Act, August 2019.

Full, Systematic and Properly written bare act for Consumer Protection Act, 2019.

The new 2019 act has now replaced Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

This act received the assent of the President on the 9th August, 2019.Keep Reading

Law Study Material for Competitive Exams


1. There are 48 important, UPDATED Bare Act PDFs.
2. There is one PDF with 54 Law Notes.
There are 54 PDFs with one law note each.
3. 117 Legal Maxims PDF.
4. 100 short Multiple Choice Questions PDF.
5. 2018-2019 Amendments in Bullet PointsKeep Reading

Law Notes

Here is a single beautiful, spacious PDF with all the 54 Law Notes that are on this website.

This PDF has over 238 pages and every Law Notes starts on a new page.
There is good gap between all law notes. The PDF is not crowded.

Also, the PDF has images at the starting of each law note. It looks good and help you differentiate.Keep Reading

Legal Maxims PDF

Download a colourful, systematic, small PDF of Legal Maxims and Phrases.

These legal maxims are very important for regular college or university law exams and is also used in court while dealing with actual cases.
This PDF only has those legal maxims which are very important and which are often used. You should definitely know these.Keep Reading

How to sue as an indigent person

Poor, Penniless, Pauper.

Order XXXIII of Civil Procedure Code provides remedy to those who need to institute a suit for enforcement of their rights but are so poor that they cannot afford expenses on court fee etc.
The object behind this order is that poverty should not come in way of getting justice.Keep Reading

Right to Life and Personal Liberty Notes

In simple words the legislature cannot deprive a person from right to life and personal liberty even by making a law.

A person can only be deprived from his right to life and personal liberty by procedure which is established by law. (Death sentence while satisfying rarest of the rare case theory.)

Right to life does not mean only the animal existence.Keep Reading

Constitutional provisions on Centre State relations

The Indian nation is said to be federation with a unitary bias.
Part XI of the Indian Constitution that is article 245 to 263 deals with Centre State relations.

The financial relationship between the Centre and states is covered in Part XII of the Indian Constitution.

Article 280 deals with mandate provision for setting up Finance Commission.Keep Reading

Inherent Powers

“Inherent Powers are those powers which are not mentioned anywhere in the code.”

Inherent power/jurisdiction of the High Court may be exercised in a proper case either to prevent the abuse of the process of any court or to secure the end of the justice.

Inherent powers of the High Court should be exercised in exceptional cases.Keep Reading