What is Cooperative and Competitive Federalism

Cooperative federalism means that there should be a mechanism for coordination between the union and the states. Institutions like the national development council, finance commission, and zonal councils have promoted cooperative federalism.

Competitive federalism is a philosophy that promotes competition between the states and the union and between the state governments.KEEP READING

Enforcement of Foreign Judgment in India

A foreign judgment is a judgment that is adjudicated by a court not situated in the territory of India.

The judgment of a foreign court is equally enforceable like that of a judgment delivered by Indian courts. The foreign judgment binds the party in the same manner Indian court judgment does.KEEP READING

Confession in Police Custody

The main issue of concern is whether a confession given to police officer is admissible or not, and what is the relevancy of confession given to police.

Section 25 of the Indian Evidence Act says that a confession made to a police officer is not admissible in the eyes of the law and cannot be proved against the person who made that confession.KEEP READING

Difference and Similarity Between Res Sub Judice and Res Judicata

(1) In the case of Res Sub Judice, there must be two suits, one of which should be previously instituted.

In Res Judicata the motive is that ‘there must be an end to litigation.ʼ Thus, there is a bar on trial that has already been adjudicated. In simpler terms, a matter that has previously been decided is not put to trial again. This saves the precious time of our already overburdened and resource-less courts.KEEP READING

What is the meaning of Jurisprudence

Jurisprudence is ‘the Eyes of Law.’ In the human body, the eyes are one of its most essential parts. Most of the human activities and movements of a man’s body are possible only through them. Unless a man can see anything correctly, he can’t do any work properly.

Jurisprudence is called the ‘the eye of law’ because jurisprudence functions for law like eyes do for the human body.KEEP READING

Natural Justice and Types of bias

Natural justice is also known as universal justice, substantial justice, or fair play in action. It is is an essential concept of divine law, which is based on the law of equity.

Its importance can be assumed to be reflected in every statute or enactment by promoting equity among parties, which means equal treatment and opportunity.KEEP READING