Law Study Material for Competitive Exams

WHAT IS IN THIS STUDY MATERIAL PACK?

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 for CLAT PDF

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

Download Important Law Question and Answer PDF

Here is a PDF for 50 law question and answers. These question are very short and and have one word or one sentence answers. These questions are very important for various competitive law exams.

The 50 law questions in this PDF are mixed and of all kinds.
This randomness helps you prepare for exams that have multiple choice questions.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

Difference between Complaint and FIR

1. Complaint is defined under section 2(d) of CrPC.
FIR is given under Section 154 of CrPC.

2. Complaint is an allegation which is made orally or in writing to a magistrate.
FIR is given to an officer in charge of a police station.

3. A complaint may relate to a cognizable offence or non-cognizable offence.
FIR is related to a cognizable offence.

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Ownership and Possession Notes

Austin- Ownership is a right indefinite in point of user unrestricted in point of disposition and unlimited in point of duration.

From above definition we find three elements:
1. Indefinite user.
2. Unrestricted disposition (dispose off)
3. Unlimited duration.Keep Reading

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