CLAT Legal-Aptitude Law: Nature and Classification Revision (Page 2 of 2)

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Case Law

This law was originally brought up in the English Common Law system. This situation arose when two parties had a dispute, not on any general matter, but as to what the law should be. The question of the correct law… (47 more words) …

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Sources of Law

From where did the laws come up is a question that might occur to our mind. However these sources have been available to us only after a long journey of giving and deriving justice from the courts, judges and Parliament.… (94 more words) …

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Equity

“Equity” means “fairness”. This word had to be brought up in law so that fair justice can be given to the harassed and the victims. What usually happened in common law was that the last remedy that the judge would… (30 more words) …

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Meaning & Definition of Law

According to John Austin, law is A rule laid down for the guidance of an intelligent being by an intelligent being having power over him. “

Law affects, indirectly many areas in our life, but most of the time,… (67 more words) …

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Public Law

There are three main types of law in this category of public law. These are:

Criminal Law: These laws are made with punishment as its bearer torch so as to prohibit and prevent citizens of the society to take to… (55 more words) …

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