51 Important Law Notes for CLAT, Judiciary Exams

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How to sue as an indigent person

WHO IS 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

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

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

Simple Mortgage Meaning

A mortgage as per section 58 of Transfer of Property Act is transfer of an interest in immovable property for securing payment of debt.

On the expiration of due date it becomes duty of mortgagor to repay the amount of loan to mortgagee and redeem the property mortgaged.Keep Reading

Suit for Foreclosure of Mortgage Meaning

The right of foreclosure is available to mortgagee under section 67 of Transfer of Property Act to recover his money due on mortgagor.
This right can be exercised only when-
The debt amount has become due for payment.
There should be no other contract contrary to the mortgage deed, else the terms and conditions of contract will suffice.
Where mortgagor has not got a degree of redemption under section 60.Keep Reading

60A Transfer of Property Explanation of a Confusion

Section 60-A: A mortgagor is entitled for redemption after paying debt to mortgagee.
For example-
A is a mortgagor. He has taken amount of Rs. 50,000 from B and as a security he has mortgaged his immovable property (house) to B. Now if A has to transfer the concerned property to C, then he may direct B to transfer the property directly to C instead of transferring it to A.Keep Reading