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Medical termination of pregnancy Act

 MEDICAL TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY ACT, 1971 'Registered Medical Practitioner' is defined under Section 2(d) of the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1971. 'A Registered Medical Practitioner,' according to it, is any medical practitioner who possesses the required medical qualifications, as defined in Section 2 of the Indian Medical Council Act 1956, and whose name has been registered in the state medical register, as well as the required medical skills in gynaecology and obstetrics as prescribed by the said act. Abortion, a topic that is frequently discussed in medico-legal circles, intersects various streams of thought and multiple disciplines, such as theology, because most religions have something to say about it, ethics, because human conduct and its moral evaluation are the basic issues involved; medicine (in several of its sub-disciplines), because interference with the body for a curative or supposedly curative issue is at focus; and law, becau

Torts in relation to Persons - By Isha

 Torts in relation to Persons – By Isha 1 Assault: It is an act of one party, which puts another person in a reasonable fear of an immediate attack. It is an attempt or a threat to cause hurt to another, coupled with an apparent present ability and intention to do the act. Examples:  A advances toward B with clenched fists, but it was stopped by C. An assault has been committed by A.  Pointing a pistol, whether loaded or unloaded toward the plaintiff is an assault. 2. Battery: Battery may be defined as the intentional apply of physical force to the person of another, without his consent or lawful justification. It includes the actual striking of another person, or touching him in a rude, angry, or revengeful manner. Examples:  A hits B by throwing a stone at him.  X spits on Y’ face. 3. Defamation: Defamation is the act of lowering down the reputation of a person in the eyes of public ( reasonably prudent and/or right thinking members of the society) by way of words, gestures, pict


 VOLENTI NON FIT INJURIA INTRODUCTION The term Volenti Non Fit Injuria is a Latin maxim which alludes to a willing individual, a physical issue isn't finished. It is a not unexpected regulation doctrine, as per this doctrine the individual who wilfully gives assent for any mischief to endure would not be at risk to guarantee any harms for something similar and this assent fills in as a decent protection against the offended party. The individual who himself intentionally deferred or deserted his right can't have any case over it. Given this doctrine is simply relevant to the degree that a typically reasonable individual would have expected to have experienced the danger. ESSENTIALS OF THE MAXIM 1)THE CONSENT MUST BE FREE - It is essential that for arguing the protection of Volenti Non Fit Injuria the assent so acquired by the litigant should be free that is it ought not be gotten by compulsion misrepresentation or through some other means. On the off chance that such st

Relationship between Rights and Duties - Manav Puri@LexCliq

  Relationship Between Rights and Duties  By - Manav Puri@LexCliq Introduction; In India, privilege has been given to each person, including living with free liberty. However, these rights are enforceable only another person has some act that he will wish to do. Also, the citizens have the duty to shield the rights of another person living in society. Therefore, duty and rights go hand in hand with each other. Once there's a breach of duty from one person, there is a breach of the right of another person. “In the strict sense, legal rights are correlatives of legal duties and are outlined as interests whom the law protects by imposing corresponding duties on others. As citizens, we've got a spread of responsibilities that we tend to must fulfil in our daily lives. These responsibilities are owed to each the state and people. A duty is an obligatory act an individual should perform in favor of another person. If the person has broken his duty and infringed anyone right then he h

Analysis of an Annual Maintenance Contract

  Analysis of an Annual Maintenance Contract By: Shagun Mahendroo An Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) is a contract between your company and a service provider for the repair and maintenance of your company's property. From the vast industrial machinery that makes your products to the PCs and printers in your offices, any property owned by your company can be serviced. The structure, the land, the parking lots, and other sites can all be included in the service. An AMC should be used by a company that cares about improving day-to-day operations in order to ensure product and process quality.  Advantages: AMCs can be found in a range of industries, including healthcare, technology, and retail. A property maintenance AMC agreement is a wide concept that can be applied to a variety of scenarios. AMCs usually offer service support, but you can add a Comprehensive Maintenance Contract (CMC) to provide IT support and replacement as well. The quality of a machine's output is determin

Legality of Live In Relationships in India by Vedant Karia

  Legality of Live-in relationships in India by Vedant Karia at LexCliq A live-in i.e. cohabitation is a long-term or stable partnership between two people. Usually used for non-married couples. Cohabitation is now a typical practise in the Western world. People live together for several reasons. Before marrying, some people seek to prove compatibility or secure financial security. Some multiracial or cross marriages are not legal or permitted because they are not of the same sex. Among the other reasons are living together before marriage to avoid divorce, avoiding higher income taxes for some two-income married couples (in the US), negative effects on pension payments (for the elderly), philosophical opposition to the institution of marriage, and seeing little distinction between the dedication to live together and the commitment to marry. Some people choose cohabit because they believe their relationships are too personal to be governed by political, religious, or patriarchal organi