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Criminal Trial FIR to Judgment

Criminal Trial From FIR to Judgment. Magistrate trial section 241A to 245 Cr.P.C ✓FIR to Final Report: 154 Registration of Fir 156 Investigation in cognizable cases. 160 power of police to require attendance of witness. 161  examination of witness who are acquainted with the facts and circumstances of the case. 164 confession or statement record

Discharge of tort

Discharge of Tort

Introduction ➢Discharge of tort means those circumstances in which liability exists but remedy does not exist. A right of action for a tort may come to an end in one of the following ways 1.Death of the parties; 2.Waiver; 3.Acquiescence; 4.Release; 5.Accord and Satisfaction; 6.Statutes of Limitation; 7.Judgment Recovered.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5Ps8n3IX44

What is mortgage?

What is Mortgage? Types of Mortgage

Mortgage is defined under sec 58 of Transfer of Prop Act, 1882. •Mortgage means: convey or transfer any specific immovable property to a creditor as a security of loan. A mortgage is a transfer of an intrest in specific immovable property for the purpose of securing payment.   1. Person who transfer the property is