Monthly Archives: July 2019

Statutory (Default) Bail

Statutory Bail The grant of Bail is almost always dependent on merit except in cases of statutory or default bail, which is covered in section 167(2) of the Criminal Code of Procedure, 1973 where a trial Court grants bail to the applicant upon failure of the police to submit a charge-sheet within the stipulated time

How to file for Anticipatory Bail?

Envisaged under section 438 of the Criminal Procedure Code, Anticipatory bail is granted to a person who has an apprehension of arrest in a criminal case. Bail is a relief that a person may receive in order to get temporary freedom until the final judgment of the case is delivered. Depending on how grave the allegations are, a

Concept and Types of Bail

Bail is a term which denotes the provisional release of an accused individual in a case in the criminal court, the decision of which is yet to be delivered. It essentially means a security deposit which guarantees that the accused will present himself in the court whenever required to. The objective of arresting someone is to

VENUE OF ARBITRATION AND JURISDICTION OF HIGH COURT

The Supreme Court held that only the High Court having the jurisdiction over that place can entertain a petition under Section 11(6) of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 for arbitration when parties agree upon a place is as the ‘venue’ of Arbitration. Case: A bench of the Justice R Banumathi and AS Bopanna set aside

The Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019

Background and Objective of the Act The RTI Act, 2005 was passed with the objective of promoting transparency and accountability in the working of the Government. The Act is a big step towards making the citizens informed about the activities of the Government. Amendments to the Act The Bill seeks to amend the provisions related

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