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Frequently asked questions:

  • What are the rights of a pregnant woman in India?
    Related to termination of pregnancy – A woman can terminate her pregnancy at the discretion of a medical provider upto 20 weeks of gestation period, under certain conditions – When continuation of pregnancy is a risk to the life of a pregnant woman or could cause grave injury to her physical or mental health. When there is substantial risk that the child, if born, would be seriously handicapped due to physical or mental condition. When pregnancy […]
  • What to do if shopkeeper is asking money of any product more than its MRP?
    In India, maximum retail price (MRP) refers to the highest price at which a product can be sold. It comprises of cost of production, transportation, profit and all the taxes that are applicable. It is compulsory to print MRP on the product and no product can be sold above the MRP. Any seller in India is not allowed to sell products more than the MRP mentioned on the product. Although, there are many circumstances where the […]
  • Are the victims of road accidents liable for compensation?
    Yes, victim of road accidents can claim compensation under the motor vehicle act of 1988. As per section 166 of the Act, a person claims compensation if : he has sustained an injury he is the owner of the property  he is the legal representative of the person who died in the motor accident he is the agent authorized by the injured person, or by the legal representatives of the deceased, as the case maybe  The […]
  • How Supreme Court protects good Samaritan’s who help the victims of road accidents?
    In response to the PIL filed by Save Life foundation in 2012, SC directed Centre to issue certain guidelines in 2014 which are later approved in 2016 for the protection of good Samaritans – The option of becoming a witness in the matter shall solely rest with the Good Samaritan If a Good Samaritan chooses to be a witness, they will be questioned at a time and place of their convenience Lack of response by a […]
  • Can a police officer refuse to file an F.I.R?
    A police officer can refuse to file F.I.R depending on the nature of the complaint. F.I.Rs are lodged only for cognizable offences and for non- cognizable offences a complaint is submitted to the Magistrate who in return ask the police for action. Cognizable offences – In these offences a police officer has authority to arrest a person without a warrant under any law for the time being in force. They are usually offences which are serious […]
  • What are the rights of an arrested person ?
    (a) The arrested person has the right to be informed about the reason of his arrest and allowed to hire a legal practitioner to defend him. (b) He must be produced in front of nearest magistrate within 24hrs of his arrest. (c) The police can’t detain the person more than the said period except on the order of magistrate. (d) The above two clauses are not applied if the arrested is for a time being an […]
    What comes under domestic violence?  – Normally, when someone talks about domestic violence, the first thing that comes to our mind is physical violence or causing physical injuries to your partner. However, physical harm is only one form of abuse under Domestic Violence. There are various other forms of domestic violence. Domestic violence can be physical, emotional, sexual, financial, or psychological, etc. Following are some examples of emotional abuse:- Ignoring a partner’s feelings, insulting women as […]
    Firstly, let’s try to understand what is meant by private defense here. It is nothing but a basic right which is based on the instinct of self-protection, every human being has this basic nature, law just recognizes it and makes an exception so that you are not punished while exercising your right. The exception that is given to you by law is to protect: Your own body Body of any other person  Your property  Property of […]
  • Where to file a complaint against any hate message/speech circulating in a WhatsApp against a religion?
    Before filing a complaint against a hate message or speech it isimportant to understand what amounts to a hate speech?According to 267th report of law commission of India, hatespeech is stated as “ an incitement to hatred primarily againsta group of persons defined in terms of race, ethnicity,gender, sexual orientation, religious belief and the like.” Inother words, it means that hate speech is “ any word written orspoken, signs, visible representations within the hearing or sightof […]
  • What is RTI (Right to Information) ?
    To understand what comes under right to information act, we must have a clear understanding about what Right to Information means. Now, keeping the legal aspect aside, Right to Information simply means a common man’s claim over information, this right gives you a claim through which you can demand information. The next question that should come to your mind is that what type of information can we demand and from whom should we demand? Can we […]
  • What comes under Medical Negligence and how to deal with it ?
    Medical Negligence is made of two words and the second word simply describes the meaning ‘an act done recklessly, without due care and caution resulting in damages to others.’ Thus, Medical Negligence is basically as ‘the improper or unskilled treatment of patient by an medical practitioner.’ It can also be understood as ‘ the misconduct by a medical practitioner by not providing enough duty of care thus resulting in harming of patients which are like their […]