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The most important bare acts links are – IPC, CrPC, CPC, Constitution, Evidence Act, All Bare Acts.

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You can add notes, MCQ, etc and access them in one touch.

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Tip to Search Any Bare Act Section Easily and Read Quickly

WritingLaw has one search box on each page. This search box is handy. You do not need to type long words. (you can if you want)

To read any bare act section or article type in short words like-

120 Cons (No need to write full ‘constitution.’ No need to write ‘article’)
319 IPC (No need to write ‘section’ or full ‘Indian Penal Code.’)
266 CRPC (for Criminal Procedure Code)
Order 32 Rule 1 (No need to write ‘Civil Procedure Code’)
120 TPA (for Transfer of Property Act)
68 Evi (for Indian Evidence Act)
160 Cont (for Indian Contract Act)
● Similarly, for Specific Act, Limitation Act, Partnership Act, Sale of Goods Act, and others, just type the section and then one word like ‘Specific,’ ‘Limitation,’ ‘Goods,’ etc.

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