Tips to Study Law

So, whether you start as a law student or a future lawyer, the holy water of law is BARE ACTS.

Now in an easy way I can say that BARE ACTS, as the name says, are the raw, exact, on point rules/laws.

Good lawyers interpret these laws and apply in different cases.KEEP READING

Timeline of Jammu and Kashmir

On 26th Oct 1947, the Instrument of Accession was signed between the Government of India and Hari Singh, who was the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir. It was agreed that Jammu and Kashmir would become a part of India.

On 17th Oct 1949, Article 370 was incorporated in the Constitution of India. According to this, Jammu and Kashmir was given a different Constitution and different Flag from India.KEEP READING

How to Study for State Judicial Exam

1. Select the States You Wish to Appear For
2. See Question Paper of Previous Years
3. Read Bare Acts Several Times
4. In Bare Acts Focus on ‘May’ and ‘Shall’
5. Know Where to Give Less Time
6. Understand Where to Focus More
7. Go Through Landmark Judgements
8. Do Not Burden Yourself With Fat Reference Books
9. Make Synopsis of All Topics
10. Use Charts, Diagrams, and Pictorial Representation
11. Speak Orally What You Studied
12. Do Not Panic and Get Disheartened
13. Revise EverydayKEEP READING

Can a doctor forcefully take blood from someone to save a patient's life

The doctor is liable, and he cannot claim protection under Section 81 of IPC because every person is sovereign (head) of his body. The Doctrine of Necessity applies to cause small harm to avoid big harm.

A doctor can only advise the attendant to donate his blood. He can not compel the attendant to do so.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

Law Questions and Answers 3

1. Who is considered as father of Indian evidence act?
Ans. James Stephen.

2. “Evidence is to be weighed and not counted” attracts which section of Evidence act?
Ans. Section 134.KEEP READING

Law Question and Answers 2

1. Code of Criminal Procedure is a subject matter of which list?
Ans. Concurrent List

2. For how many years a person has to be a High Court judge to become a Supreme Court Judge?

Law Important Questions 1

1. By which amendment was the Sindhi language added in the VIII schedule of the constitution?
Ans. 21st Amendment, 1967

2. Which case is related to live streaming of the proceedings of supreme court?
Ans. Swapnil Tripathi vs SC of IndiaKEEP READING

Civil Death may be presumed

1. Which provision of Evidence Act reflects for the application of the principle of res judicata?
Ans. Section 40

2. ‘A’ is charged with travelling on a railway without a ticket. The burden of proving that ‘A’ had a ticket is on?

Important Sections of IPC

Section 1 – Title and extent of operation of the Code.
Section 2 – Punishment of offences committed within India.
Section 3 – Punishment of offences committed beyond but which by law may be tried within India.
Section 4 – Extension of Code to extra-territorial offences.
Section 8 – Gender.
Section 11 – Person.KEEP READING

Important Sections of Evidence Act

Section 3 – Interpretation Clause.
Section 4 – May Presume.
Section 5 – Evidence may be given of facts in issue and relevant facts.
Section 6 – Relevancy of facts forming part of same transaction.
Section 7 – Facts which are occasion, cause or effect of facts in issue.
Section 8 – Motive preparation and previous or subsequent conduct.KEEP READING

What is Jus Necessitatis

Question asked by one of you:
I have a doubt about the maxim jus necessitatis. Does it come under section 81 or 87 of IPC?

This is called the doctrine of necessity. It means a person doing a thing under compulsion of situation. It is not considered a wrongful act. It comes under the ambit of section 81 of IPC.KEEP READING

Important Articles of Constitution

Article 2 – Admission or establishment of new States.
Article 3 – Formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing States.
Article 5 – Citizenship at the commencement of the Constitution.
Article 10 – Continuance of the rights of citizenship.
Article 11 – Parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law.
Article 12 – Definition. (Fundamental Rights)
Article 13 – Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights.KEEP READING

Nature and Scope of CRPC

1. For administering criminal law in India.
2. Machinery for the investigation of crime, apprehension of suspected criminals, collection of evidence, determination of guilt or innocence of the accused person, and the determination of punishment of the guilty.
3. Public nuisance.
4. Prevention of offenses.
5. Maintenance of wife and children.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

2019 Current Affairs

India received the award of excellence for ‘Best in show’ at the New York times 2019. It is the largest travel show in north America.

Vijaywada railway station has received gold rating by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) for green measures.KEEP READING

Evidence unearthed by sniffer dog

1. The evidence unearthed by sniffer dog falls under?
Ans. Scientific Evidence

2. All the confessions are admissions but all the admissions are not confessions. State whether statement is True or False.

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

100 Frequently Asked Questions with Answers in Judiciary Exams

Here is a beautiful, colourful and very functional PDF having 100 short questions with answers which are extremely important for judiciary exams and many other law exams.

The questions and answers have links in them so that you can read that topic in detail if you want.

You can also take a free online test before or after reading these question and answers.KEEP READING

Total number of ministers

1. The total number of ministers, including the Prime Minister in the Council of Minister should not exceed?
Ans. 15% of total members of Lok Sabha

2. Residuary powers vests in?
Ans. Parliament under Article 248KEEP READING

Imprisonment for life commuted

1. In how many years a sentence of imprisonment for life can be commuted by the Government?
Ans. 14 years

2. Which section of CrPC provides protection against double jeopardy?
Ans. Section 300KEEP READING

Ocular oral and documentary

1. Evidence under the Evidence Act means and includes?
Ans. Ocular, oral and documentary. (Ocular means ‘connected with eyes or vision’)

2. The Indian Evidence Act has been divided into how many chapters and parts?
Ans. 3 Parts, 11 ChaptersKEEP READING

20 Law Questions

PDF for 20 law question and answers. These question are very short and and have one word or one sentence answers. These questions are important for various competitive law exams.

The 20 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

Mistake of Fact Contract

1. What is the enforcement date of Indian Contract Act?
Ans. 1 sep 1872

2. Which section says that an agreement without consideration is void?
Ans. Section 25 of Indian Contract ActKEEP READING

Scheduled Tribe Constitution

1. The president’s rule under article 356 remains valid in the state for the maximum period of?
Ans. Six months

2. Article 39A of the Constitution deals with?
Ans. Equal justice and Free legal aidKEEP READING

Voting reduced from 21 to 18

1. When was the first meeting of constituent assembly held ?
Ans. 9th December 1946

2. Which article abolishes practice of untouchability?
Ans. Article 17 of the Constitution of IndiaKEEP READING

Chairman of Constituent Assembly

1. Which act provided for the establishment of supreme court at Calcutta in 1774?
Ans. The Regulating Act, 1773

2. Who became the first viceroy of India?
Ans. Lord Canning in 1858KEEP READING

Handwritten Indian Constitution

1. By which act was the privy council abolished in India?
Ans. Privy council abolishment Act, 1949

2. Who administers oath to the Governor of a state?
Ans. Chief Justice of High Court (Article 159)KEEP READING


1. Rule of absolute liability was propounded by?
Ans. Justice P.N Bhagwati

2. The residuary power of legislation with parliament vests under which article?
Ans. Article 248KEEP READING

Article 17 Untouchability

1. Under which article of the Constitution parliament can form a new state?
Ans. Article 3

2. Which article under Indian Constitution abolishes untouchability?
Ans. Article 17KEEP READING

Article 44 Uniform Civil Code

1. Provision for setting aside ex-party decree is given under?
Ans. Order lX, Rule 13.

2. Which article of the Constitution provides for uniform civil code?
Ans. Article 44KEEP READING

Law Questions and Answers 5

1. Registration of a Hindu Marriage has been provided under?
Ans. Section 8 of HMA.

2. The statement “what cannot be done directly cannot be done indirectly” relates to the doctrine of-
Ans. Doctrine of colorable legislationKEEP READING

Law Question and Answers 4

1. Confession caused by inducement, threat or promise is contained in-
Ans. Section 24 of Indian Evidence Act.

5. Necessity rule as to the admissibility of evidence is contained in-
Ans. Section 32KEEP READING