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Strcit Liability in Vizag gas leak case
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Recently, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) dirceted the LG Polymers to deposit 50 crore rupees based on the strict liability principle for the Vizag gas leak. However, according to the lawyers, the term absolute liability principle should have been used instead. Important Points The NGT directed the company to deposit an initial amount of ₹50 crore and formed a fact-finding committee.

Caveat emptor
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  Caveat emptor ‘Let the buyer beware’ – A common-law maxim warning a purchaser that he could not claim that his purchases were defective unless he protected himself by obtaining express guarantees from the vendor. The maxim has been modified by statute: under the Sale of Goods Act  (a consolidating statute), contracts for the sale of goods have implied

Under the provisions of Civil procedure Code plea of adverse possesion is available
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Under the provisions of Civil procedure Code plea of adverse possesion is available A. Only to plaintiff against defendant B. Only to defendant against plaintiff C. Both plaintiff and defendant D. None of the above.   Answer B Prepare for judicial services PCS J and other exams.. mock questions for prelims

Which final judgement, order or decree of a Competent Court, among the following is a judgement in rem?
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Which final judgement, order or decree of a Competent Court, among the following is a judgement in rem?A. In a money suitB. In a suit for permanent injunctionC. In exercise of matrimonial or insolvency jurisdictionD. None of the aboveAnswer CMock questions for judicial services examination objective type. Test Series online classes

In a suit for recovery of possession by the Government who will sign the plaint?
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In a suit for recovery of possession by the Government who will sign the plaint?                A. The Chief Secretary to the GovernmentB. The District CollectorC.The Governor of the StateD. The Person nominated by the GovernmentAnswer DMock questions for judicial services examination objective type. Test Series online clas

In civil proceedings where a decree is silent as regards future interest; future interest shall be deemed to have been refused and a separate suit shall not lie—
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In civil proceedings where a decree is silent as regards future interest; future interest shall be deemed to have been refused and a separate suit shall not lie—A. TrueB. FalseC. Partly trueD. None of the aboveAnswer AMock questions for judicial services examination objective type. Test Series online classes register today

Attachment before judgement in a suit dismissed for default/non-prosecution revives automatically on the restoration of a suit
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Attachment before judgement in a suit dismissed for default/non-prosecution revives automatically on the restoration of a suit— A. True B. Partly true C. False D. None of the aboveAnswer Cquestion of the day for judicial services aspirants

Under which provision of the C.P.C, is a suit to set aside a decree on the ground of lack of territorial jurisdiction barred?
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Under which provision of the C.P.C, is a suit to set aside a decree on the ground of lack of territorial jurisdiction barred?A) Section 21B) Section 21 AC) Section 22D) Section 37Answer B This the question of the day. To prepare for judicial services, enrol for onlien classes at https://judicialcoaching.in mock test, online test for judicial services coaching Delhi

UP PCSJ Exam | Eligibility, exam Pattern UP PCS Judge
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UP PCSJ Exam | Eligibility | Pattern Know and Everything About UP PCS Judge The Judge most honorable ,respected position in the judiciary system of India. The judge’ decision is more important Judges are impartial decision-makers in the pursuit of justice and they rule on questions of law, act as a referee between the litigating parties and renders decisions in legal disputes .UP PSC EXAM P

Important Judgment for Judicial Services - amendability of Fundamanetal Rights
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Amendability of Fundamental Rights Shankari Prasad v. Union of India , [1952] SCR 89 (1951): This case dealt with the amendability of Fundamental Rights (the First Amendment’s validity was challenged). The SC Court held that the power conferred on Parliament by Art. 368 to amend is a very wide power and includes the power to take away the fundamental rights guaranteed by Part III. , and&nb

Judicial services live courses
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Free solved objective type model questions paper for Preliminary-Pre judicial servies exams (both as well as highre judicil services) for subject constitution of India, Indian Penal Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Civil Procedure Code, Transfer of property Act, Indian Evidence Act, Hindu Law,Hindu Marriage Act, Hindu Succession Act, Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, Muslim Law, Indian Contract

A communi observantia non est rece dendum
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A communi observantia non est rece dendum<p></P>   Common observance is not to be departed from <br> Legal maxim for judicial services UPPSCJ and otehr judicial services exams

Important Judgment for Judicial Services exams Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India (AIR 1978 SC 597)
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Personal Liberty: Procedure Established by Law has to be Fair, Just and ReasonableManeka Gandhi v. Union of India (AIR 1978 SC 597) (1978). • The view expressed in A. K. Gopalan’s case was revisited in this case after about 28 years. The main issues were whether the right to go abroad is a part of the right to personal liberty under Article 21 and whether the Passpor

A.K.Gopalan VS. State of Madras [1950] SCR 88
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  A.K.Gopalan VS. State of Madras [1950] SCR 88 The petitioner, detained under the Preventive Detention Act challenged the legality of detention under Art. 32 of the Constitution on the ground that the said Act contravened Arts. 13, 19, 21 and 22 of the Constitution and was, therefore, ultra vires. The S.C. held- that Article 22 was a self-contained Code and if personal liberty i

Court not obliged to hear accused before directions of further investigation
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The Hon'ble Supreme court in the case of Sri Bhagwan Samardha v. State of A. P., 1999 5 SCC 740, it is observed and held that there is nothing in Section 173(8) CrPC to suggest that the court is obliged to hear the accused before any direction for further investigation is made. In Sri Bhagwan Samardha (supra), this Court in paragraph 11 held as under: "11. In such a situation the power of the cour

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