Areas Of Law

The Indian Evidence Act 1872

Short title-This Act may be called the Indian Evidence Act 1872.Extent It extends to the whole of India 1*[except the State of Jammu and Kashmir] and applies to all judicial proceedings in or before any Court, including Courts-martial, 2*[other than Courts-martial convened under the Army Act, (29 & 30 Vict., c. 109)] 3*[the Naval Discipline Act or 4*** the Indian Navy (Discipline) Act, 1934 (34 of 1934),]

    The Indian Evidence Act 1872

Companies Act



   

Companies Act 1956

The Companies Act, 1956 (“Old CompanyLaw”) is set to be replaced by theCompanies Act, 2013 (“New CompanyLaw”), which has already been passed bythe Parliament of India. The implementation of the New Company Lawis on fa

    Companies Act 1956

CrPC 1973

The Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC ) is the main legislation on procedure for administration of substantive criminal law in India. It was enacted in 1973 and came into force on 1 April 1974. It provides the 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. Additionally, it also deals with public nuisance, prevention of offences and maintenance of wife, child and parents. The Act consists of 484 sections, 2 schedules and 56 forms. The sections are divided into 37 chapters.

    Code of Criminal Procedure 1973

POCSO Act 2012

Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012, has several provisions that cover many aspects of sexual offences against children.

    POCSO Act 2012

Registration act 1908

Enactments relating to the Registration of documents

    Registration act 1908

The Code of Civil Procedure 1908

The Code of Civil Procedure provides for the civil remedies and enforcement through civil courts

    The Code of Civil Procedure 1908

The Indian Contract Act 1872



    The Indian Contract Act 1872

The Indian Divorce Act 1869

It is expedient to amend the law relating to the divorce of persons professing the Christian religion, and to confer upon certain Courts jurisdiction in matters matrimonial; it is hereby enacted as follows

    The Indian Divorce Act 1869

The Land Acquisition Act1894

The Land Acquisition Act, 1894 is a law in India and Pakistan that allows the government to acquire private land in those countries. “Land Acquisition” literally means the acquisition of land for some public purpose by a government agency from individual landowners, as authorised by the law, after paying a government-fixed compensation to cover losses incurred by landowners from surrendering their land to the concerned government agency. In India, a new Act, [The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013]] was passed by the Parliament in 2013 to repeal this Act.

    The Land Acquisition Act1894