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Explanation in simple English

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Entry 42: Pro Bono

Entry 11: In many countries, lawyer are suppose to do at least 30 hour of pro bono work every year. …

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Entry 51: Non compos mentis

Entry 40: Agreements with non compos mentis and doli incapax are void ab initio. What does this mean in layman’s language??? Explanation in …

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Entry 40: Doli incapax

Entry 40: Agreements with non compos mentis and doli incapax are void ab initio. What does this mean in layman’s language??? Explanation in …

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Entry 39: Suo motu action

Entry 39:CBI can take suo motu action in graft cases under PCA. What CBI can do??? Please explain in simple language!! …

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Entry 38: Corpus delicti

Entry 38: Corpus delicti in some cases may not be possible to be traced or recovered. Explanation in simple language: In some …

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Entry 37: Casus belli

Entry 37: The workmen in the factory have adopted Mr.A’s dispute as their own and chosen  to treat it as their …

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Entry 36: Carte-blanche

Entry 36: Article 19 of the Constitution of India is not a carte-blanche enabling any citizen to exercise a fundamental right …

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Entry 35: Accomplice

Entry 35: He is the accomplice. Explanation in Simple language: He is the partner in crime or he is the one who …

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Entry 34: Mens rea & Sine qua non

Entry 34:‘Mens rea‘ element is sine qua non for offences under IPC. Explanation in simple language:– The intention of wrongdoing …

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Entry 33: Res judicata

Entry 33: The present suit, which is highly vexatious, is nothing but abuse of process of the court and is absolutely …

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