Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

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tort-characteristics

What is Tort ? What are it’s characteristics ?

The definition of Tort is not exhaustive . Many eminent authors have defined ‘Tort ‘ but a real exhaustive definition of a...
false-imprisonment-malicious-prosecution

False imprisonment and Malicious prosecution

The difference between false imprisonment and malicious prosecution may be shown in the tabular form as follows:     False imprisonment. Malicious prosecution. 1. In the case of false imprisonment...

What is delegated legislation ? What are the reason for it and safeguards again...

What is delegated legislation ? What are the reason for it and safeguards again it ? Ans. Delegated legislation is a kind of subordinate legislation....

Critically explain the Austin’s theory of sovereignty. Where does sovereignty reside in India

Q. 19(d). What do you mean by Sovereignty ? Critically explain the Austin's theory of sovereignty. Where does sovereignty reside in India ?  Ans. Meaning...
schools of hindu law

Explain the various Schools of Hindu Law and examine how did they arise.

Explain the various Schools of Hindu Law and examine how did they arise. . Ans. Two principal Schools—Mitakshara and Dayabhaga: The two main schools of...
malice-in-fact-law

Malice-in-fact and Malice –in-law

Distinction in the between Malice-in-fact and Malice –in-law may be shown in the following tabular form:     Malice-in-fact Malice-in-law 1. When an act is done with ill- will motive...
incoming outgoing partners

What do you mean by incoming and outgoing partners ?

Q.8. What do you mean by incoming and outgoing partners ? What are the rights and liabilities of incoming and outgoing partners ? Ans. Incoming...

Discuss the contribution of Savigny as propounder of Historical Jurisprudence ?

Q.9. Discuss the contribution of Savigny as propounder of Historical Jurisprudence ? Ans. Contribution of Savigny as propounder of Historical "Jurisprudence.—The forerunners of Savigny, notably,...

Jurisprudence – 1 1st Semester 1st Year CCSU Important Question

(PART-A) Long Questions & Answers Q.1. Define and explain the meaning of Jurisprudence. What are the contents of Jurisprudence ? Or Discuss the nature and scope of 'Jurisprudence'....

Explain Austin’s Imperative Theory of Law

AUSTIN’S THEORY OF LAW 1. Also known as the imperative theory of law. According to Austin, positive law has three main features :it is a...