Legal One Liners

Legal One Liners For Judicial Service Aspirants

  • The Crown Proceedings Act in England was passed in the year 1947.
  • Power to take cognizance of an offence lies with the Magistrate of the First Class.
  • The Book named “Before Memory Fades” is written by Fali S Nariman.
  • The maxim Audi Alteram Partem means opportunity given to the other side to be heard.
  • Option of Puberty is available to both Husband and Wife.
  • The Book named “Turbulent Years” is written by Pranab Mukherjee.
  • The composition of an offence under Section 320 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 shall have the effect of acquittal.
  • Formal expression of any decision of a Civil Court which is not a Decree is an Order.
  • Judicial Examination of the decision of the lower court by the higher court is known as Appeal.
  • The Headquarters of world Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) is in Rome.
  • Directorate of Prosecution may be established by the State Government.
  • A Member of Parliament of India or Member of Legislative Assembly of a State cannot be arrested in a civil action within a period of 40 days before or after the session.
  • A warrant of arrest may be executed at any place in India.
  • The legal status of the Mahant of Math is that of the Manager of the Math.
  • Haryana State had conducted Panchayati Raj elections in which matriculation was fixed as the minimum educational qualification to fight for an election.
  • In the absence of the President and the Vice-President, the Chief Justice of India officiates for the President.
  • The Chairman and the members of the State Public Service Commission shall be appointed by the Governor of the State.
  • Article 19 of the Constitution provides to the citizens six fundamental rights in the nature of freedom.
  • Guidelines pertaining to prevent sexual harassment of working women was laid down by the Supreme Court in the case of Vishaka v. State of Rajasthan.
  • The principle of Equal Pay for Equal Work was laid down by the Supreme Court in the case of Randhir Singh v. Union of India, AIR 1982 SC 879.

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