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Eugenics is the study of the possibility of improving the qualities of the human species or a particular population. In its extreme negativity, eugenics may support the extermination of some groups whom some others consider undesirable population.
Published by mdlawyer 89 months ago in Statutory Law | +13 votes | 4 comments
The concept of human rights has evolved through different phases in human history. A general definition of human rights is that they are the "rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled".
Published by mdlawyer 89 months ago in Statutory Law | +11 votes | 3 comments
What is science-based policy making and how can it be used in natural resources management?
Published by Patrick Regoniel 90 months ago in Statutory Law | +8 votes | 1 comments
The United States Trustee appoints the banking court Trustee and also oversees his work. The United States Trustee is an official of the US government and appointed on the authority of the US Supreme court. A Trustee in a bankruptcy case has an important role in both chapter 7 and 13 of the banking code. No Bankruptcy proceedings can be completed without a trustee.
Published by Madan G Singh 67 months ago in Statutory Law | +7 votes | 0 comments
Do animals have rights? Rights are exercised and enjoyed by the members of the society. They are also enjoined upon to fulfill their social duties or responsibilities also. But animals have no such responsibilities. ...
Published by mdlawyer 89 months ago in Statutory Law | +7 votes | 2 comments
A summary Court martial is one of the Courts martial in the US army. It constitutes of a single officer not below the rank of captain. It is not a formal and established court martial but is more like a summary disposal of charges. It ranks lower in importance than other types of courts martial
Published by Madan G Singh 67 months ago in Statutory Law | +6 votes | 1 comments
Islamic personal law in India is governed by the Sharia. One aspect of Islamic law concerns transactions made during death bed or Marz-ul-Maut. Islam recognizes that a man on his death bed can execute a division of 1/3rd of his property. A man can also divorce his wife as per Islamic law, but he cannot marry during Marz-ul-Maut, till he recovers.
Published by Madan G Singh 68 months ago in Statutory Law | +6 votes | 2 comments
Under Indian Army act 1950 death is one of the punishments that can be awarded by a Court Martial or a Summary General Court Martial. These military courts can award death under two sections namely section 69 which deals with offences under the Indian penal Code and carry a death sentence and Section 34 which deals with offences in relation to the enemy. These sentences are subject to confirmation by appropriate authority.
Published by Madan G Singh 68 months ago in Statutory Law | +6 votes | 2 comments
As citizens of our country, we enjoy legal rights which are conveyed by the statutes or enacted laws our legislature. These legal rights are otherwise called civil rights or statutory rights. Thus legal rights exist in the legal system of our country.....
Published by mdlawyer 89 months ago in Statutory Law | +6 votes | 2 comments
I became a Canadian Citizen today. It was a brief but powerful citizenship ceremony and 87 other people besides myself and hailing from 23 different nations all became Canadian.
Published by thestickman 102 months ago in Statutory Law | +6 votes | 2 comments
The arms act of 1877 was the first gun control law in India. On the face it looked reasonable, but in practice getting an arms license was a tedious process for an Indian. This law made it mandatory for any Indian wishing to own a gun to obtain a license for it. An unlicensed gun was punishable with a fine and imprisonment up to 3 years. Thus in one blow the British restricted the ownership of guns during the days of the Raj.
Published by Madan G Singh 64 months ago in Statutory Law | +5 votes | 1 comments
The doctrine of necessity states that an extra constitutional authority can take over a government for the good of the people. This doctrine is used only for political power. Pakistan is a foremost example of this doctrine which was first applied in 1954. Subsequently it has been used to justify military rule on a number of occasions.
Published by Madan G Singh 65 months ago in Statutory Law | +4 votes | 0 comments
The Portuguese ruled Goa for 400 years and have left behind a universal civil code applicable to all residents of Goa. Personal law of Hindus and Muslims is not recognized. After 1961 all Portuguese era laws were repealed by an Act of the Indian Parliament, except the civil code of 1867. This is valid even today and is a beacon to the rest of India.
Published by Madan G Singh 68 months ago in Statutory Law | +4 votes | 0 comments
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is an important milestone in the history of human rights movements in the world. Human rights movement has grown very much in scope in recent years and in its sweep the instances of injustice and inequality have come down considerably...
Published by mdlawyer 89 months ago in Statutory Law | +4 votes | 1 comments
With the proliferation of arms and the increase in terrorist activity, the law ministry recommended that section 13 of the act be amended. The purpose was to make the police accountable for their duty. Section 30 of the act specifies that the police are to submit a report on the applicant as per section 13. By an act of parliament passed in 2010, section 30 of the arms act was amended with the addition of section 30A
Published by Madan G Singh 60 months ago in Statutory Law | +3 votes | 0 comments
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