Monthly Archives: May 2021

International Trade

MODERN THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW

The Heckscher-Ohlin Theory The Heckscher-Ohlin theory explains why countries trade goods and services with each other, the emphasize being on the difference of resources between two countries. The theory presents the issue that international and interregional differences in production costs occur because of the differences in the supply of production factors. Factors of production include

Commutation of sentence

COMMUTATION OF SENTENCES (S.433)

Meaning of Commutation of Sentence A commutation of sentences a reduction in sentence. In a commutation of sentence, a person is not absolved from a conviction completely, but, his/her punishment is substituted with a lesser punishment. For example, a death sentence may be commuted to a sentence of imprisonment for life. Scope of Power u/s.

Riots

OFFENCE OF RIOTING

Introduction The term rioting has been mentioned under section 146 of the IPC while Section 147 prescribes for the punishment of the rioting. In certain cases, like riot, criminal offences are being committed in public without any fear of being prosecuted by the police. Riot may be regarded as a form of civil disorder; whereby

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