The Law Against Sexual Harassment

The Law Against Sexual Harassment Abstract Ladies were sexually pestered some time before there was a term for it. Since industrialization, ladies working in manufacturing plants and workplaces have needed to persevere through sexual remarks and requests by supervisors and collaborators as the cost for financial survival.In the nonattendance of common and corrective laws in India, for giving enough and particular insurance to ladies from inappropriate behavior in the work places, in 1997, the Supreme Court passed a point of interest judgment in Vishaka vs.State…

Are Prenuptial Agreements Valid in Mumbai?

Prenups in India Prenuptial agreements have slowly begun to be talked about in the Indian society and a few rich families do take recourse to prenups before marriage. So, the government has realized the need to give space to such an agreement under the legal umbrella. This is why, the ministry of women and child development has held discussions with legal experts to explore the possibility of making prenups legal in India. In fact, the ministry is actively pursuing the issue since the Marriage Laws…

Criminal Lawyer in Mumbai

Are Prenuptial Agreements Valid In India? When Sumit and Disha decided to tie the knot, the two thought of having a destination wedding at an exotic location. They had quite out-of-the-box ideas for their marriage and prenuptial agreement popularly called “prenups” in the West was also one of them. The two thought of breaking new ground and took to prenups and if you are thinking what a prenuptial agreement is, it is not unheard of in India. A few couples are opting for such an…

Advocates Mumbai High Court

Cognizable and Non-Cognizable Offence Section 2(c) of Code define “Cognizable Offences and Cognizable Cases” as cognizable offence means offences for which and cognizable case means cases in which police officer may in accordance with first schedule of Criminal Procedure Code or under any other law for the time being in force arrest without warrant.Then Section 2(l) of Code defines Non-Cognizable Offences and Non-Cognizable Cases as non-cognizable offence means offences for which and non-cognizable case means cases in which police officer has no authority to arrest…

Criminal Lawyer & Advocates in High Court Mumbai

History of Law of Procedure in Criminal Courts – Previous to 1882 there was no uniform law of Criminal procedure for the whole of India. There were separate Acts, mostly rudimentary in their character, to guide the procedure of numerous courts in provinces and in the Presidency-towns. These Acts of procedure were replaced by Act X of 1882 which was Code of Criminal Procedure 1882 (Act X) which gave for the first time a uniform law of procedure for whole of India and it was…

Am I being Raped?

  This question very often comes to the mind of a girlwho consents having entered into physical relation with her boyfriend on the false promise of beingmarried and when the marriage actually couldn’t happen for any reasons whatsoever, the girl start to feel being physically abused or raped sometimes. Since large number of cases are being filed everyday it becomes really difficult for the police to collect direct evidence as in such casesthe promises if any given or consent taken on the basis of those…