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  1. The preparing and enacting of laws by local, state, or national legislatures, is known as Legislation. In other cases, It is used to apply to municipal ordinances rules and regulations, as well as the rules and regulations of administrative agencies, in the delegated legislative function. Before a pRead more

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  2. The enclosed place where a judge, lawyer, accused, witnesses, and jury come together to make a decision, is a courtroom. There may be a variety of courts in a courthouse which can also be called "courts". In a courtroom, the judge sits behind a raised desk, referred to as the bench.

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  3. M. Fathima Beevi (born 30 April 1927) is a former judge of the Supreme Court of India. She born on 30 April 1927 at Pathanamthitta in Kerala to Mr. Meera Sahib and Khadeeja Beevi. She completed her schooling from Catholicate High School, Pathanamthitta, and graduated in science from University ColleRead more

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  4. What is Law?

    Law has been defined as a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority and having binding legal force. On the other hand, law is a system of rules that a society or government develops to deal with crime, business agreements, property, finance, and social relationships.

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  5. Evidence is a sign that shows that something exists or true. Evidence is most commonly thought of as proof supporting a claim or belief. Evidence is obtained from documents, objects, or witnesses. In law, any of the material items or assertions of fact that may be submitted to a competent tribunal aRead more

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  6. Together with the executive and the legislature, the judiciary acts as one of the three pillars that uphold democracy. A democratic government that is ‘of the people, for the people and by the people’ needs a judiciary that is strong and independent so that the rights of the people do not get tramplRead more

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