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Legal General knowledge-2

👉A woman cannot be said to have an intention to commit rape and therefore cannot be made accused in the case of gang rape. Supreme Court, Priya Patel v. State of M.P., AIR 2006 SC 2639.

👉Publication of a newspaper does not come within the purview of public utility services. Supreme Court, K.K. Bhalla v. State of M.P., AIR 2006 SC 898.

👉An advocate is not merely an agent or servant of his client, he is an officer of court. Supreme Court, Radha Mohanlal v. Rajasthan High Court,(2003) 3 SCC 427.

👉The term “public policy” has an entirely different and more extensive meaning from the policy of law. Kerala High court, M.K. Usman Koya v. C.V. Santa, AIR 2003 ker 191.

👉“Justice cannot be made sterile on the plea that it is better to let a hundred guilty escape than punish an innocent. Supreme Court, Gangadhar Behera v. State of Orissa, AIR 2002 SC 3633.

👉Right of advocate to plead without ‘Vakalatnama’ is subject to prior permission of court. Karnataka High Court, Kita Co-operative Agriculture Bank Ltd. v. State of Karnataka, AIR 2003 Karn 30.

👉Every court is the guardian of its own records and the master of its own practice. Supreme Court, Jamal Uddin Ahmed v. Abu Saleh Najmuddin, (2003) 4 SCC 257.

👉Making of legislation is not the job of judiciary. Making of a penal legislation by the judiciary is strictly out of its bound. Supreme Court, Balram Kumawat v. Union of India,(2003) 7 SSC 628.

👉“Lokpal is required to carry out quasi-judicial investigation, therefore it is necessary for Lokpal to have knowledge or only of law, but of work done by an administrator”,  Justice K.P. Mohanpatra v. Sri Ram Chandra Nayak.

👉Law of bigamy as stated in section 494 of the Indian penal Code does not apply to members of the scheduled Tribes. Supreme Court, Dr. Surajmani Stella Kujur v. Durga Charan Hansdah, AIR 2001 SC 938.

👉Long pendency of a matter by itself could not justify lesser sentence. Supreme Court, State of Madhya Pradesh v. Ghanshyam Singh, (2003) 8 SCC 13.

👉Presence of mutual trust between the advocate and the client is a must. Supreme Court, Vikash Deshpandey v. Bar Council of India, AIR 2003 SC 308.


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