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Karishma Pandit
Answered on 27 Mar 2020

Once personal laws are recognized as "laws" under Article 13 of the Constitution of India at least those codified laws which have come into existence after 1950 would in any way be subject to fundamental rights like any other lawRead More

Posted on 16 Feb 2020 | 1 Answer

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Sakshi Yadav
Answered on 21 Mar 2020

You can go for filing an RTI ( Right to information) first, then move to High Court for Writ and for filing a writ petition you need an expert Advocate for understanding the legality of your issue.Read More

Posted on 21 Mar 2020 | 1 Answer

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Aditi Singh
Answered on 03 Jul 2019

A filmmaker can not use your picture without your permission as it is a violation of the right to privacy. You can file a complaint against him for violating your right to privacy and under section 66E of the Information Technology Act, 2000. You can consult an experienced general legal lawyer in India who will explain and suggest you in your matter.Read More

Posted on 24 Jun 2019 | 2 Answers

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Team Legistify
Answered on 28 Sep 2018

The Supreme Court or the High Courts may issue five kinds of writs. These are writs of (1) Habeas Corpus (2) Mandamus (3) Prohibition (4) Certiorari and (5) Quowarranto. Read More

Posted on 02 Mar 2017 | 2 Answers

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Team Legistify
Answered on 26 Jan 2020

Executive resolution is a kind of 'Government Policy' which are undertaken to administrate government function smoothly and to execute a proper government structure which a PM or CM promulgates through the cabinet. Some eg are. National development council. Planning commission etc. Status granted by a statute or law called a statutory status. Read More

Posted on 22 Sep 2019 | 1 Answer

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Team Legistify
Answered on 26 Jan 2020

You need to consult a lawyer to ensure that you have a valid case to file a PIL, as courts often levy penalty for frivolous PILs.Read More

Posted on 22 Sep 2019 | 1 Answer

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Team Legistify
Answered on 20 Jan 2020

The right to peaceful assembly and protest is a fundamental right protected under international law, and one of the cornerstones of a society built on respect for human rights and rule of law.Read More

Posted on 06 Sep 2019 | 1 Answer

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Aayushi Sang
Answered on 18 Dec 2019

Yes, you may be able to force the trash-talker to pay for ruining your reputation under your state’s “Defamation of Character” laws. Defamation of character is a false statement that harms a reputation. There are different kinds of defamation and different rules about who can be sued for making false statements. Defamation of character happens when someone “publishes” a false statement about you that causes you harm. “Publishes” means the false statement is shared with someone other than you, either verbally, in writing, or pictures. There are generally two types of defamation: slander and libel. Slander is a spoken false statement about you. If a false statement is made about you by an individual, or a radio, television, or podcast announcer, the statement may be slanderous. Libel is a written false statement about you and can appear in print, emails, social media, photographs, videos, or other type of visual content. Memes and cartoons depicting harmful false statements may be libellous.Read More

Posted on 10 Dec 2019 | 1 Answer

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Karishma Pandit
Answered on 18 Dec 2019

Income Limit determines the Non-Creamy Layer Status of OBCs. In order to qualify as an OBC non-creamy layer candidate, the applicant's parents' annual income should be less than Rs. 8 lakhs. Salary and agricultural income are not to be considered as income for calculating annual income for creamy layer status.Read More

Posted on 16 Dec 2019 | 1 Answer

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Arshi Noor
Answered on 12 Dec 2019

 If you fear that your child may be taken by Transgender Society then if they come, you just call 100 no or call your local police and file a complaint against them and if they have taken your child then just file an FIR against kidnapping against them. As in India, there is no right given to transgender society to take one's child forcefully.Read More

Posted on 07 Dec 2019 | 1 Answer