Is it time for India to have a Two-Party Democracy?

The only thing worse than 'No answerability' is 'Diffuse Answerability' In the current scenario- Political Party (-ies) have almost completely replaced Individual representative democracy. So my argument will be limited to the answerability of Political Parties for all their actions and inactions! Democracy can be defined in a number of ways, but the common vein … Continue reading Is it time for India to have a Two-Party Democracy?

Property Tax Does Not Create Title


The mutation entries of land in the revenue records does not create or extinguish the title over any land nor does such an entry have any presumptive value on the title of such land. Such an entry only enables the person in whose favour the mutation is ordered to pay the land revenue in question. … Continue reading Property Tax Does Not Create Title

How To Cancel Arrest Warrant?


Factual Background The applicant/accused has moved an application for anticipatory bail under section 438 of Cr. P.C. against the order of issuance of non- bailable warrant passed by the Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, 6th Court, Mazgaon, Mumbai in C.C. 1105/S/2005 in the cases where the offence is registered against the applicant/accused under section 138 of … Continue reading How To Cancel Arrest Warrant?

How To Get Compensation In A Road Accident?

How To Get Compensation In A Road Accident? India is, unfortunately, the country with the highest number of road accidents in the world. Many victims do not get fair compensation in road accidents because of a lack of information regarding legal procedures in M.A.C.T in case of a road accident. These are the 10 legal … Continue reading How To Get Compensation In A Road Accident?

BAIL OR JAIL? 10 Factors Which The Court Considers While Granting Bail

Bail is the release of a person who is under arrest or who has already appeared in court, in exchange for a promise to appear in court whenever he will be asked to appear.what are the crucial factors which the court considers while granting or dismissing a bail application.

Did You Know About Your Right To Remain Silent

Indian Constitution and that of U.S.A allow the Fundamental Right to Remain Silent to Protect from being incriminated in law. Under Indian law, the principle has been given Constitutional status by incorporating it under Article 20(3) of the Constitution. It says:No person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be a witness against himself.