Law

Law is a system of rules created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior, with its precise definition a matter of longstanding debate. It has been variously described as a science and the art of justice. State-enforced laws can be made by a group legislature or by a single legislator, resulting in statutes; by the executive through decrees and regulations; or established by judges through precedent, usually in common law jurisdictions. Private individuals may create legally binding contracts, including arbitration agreements that adopt alternative ways of resolving disputes to standard court litigation. The creation of laws themselves …

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Superintendent. Government Press · 1955 English

amending Act of 1950. The next point is that ender the law the registered dealer selling to ,another registered orders. The fourth point is that under the present law the Commissioner may demand from registered dealers sales tax. There is however no provision in the law to deal with cases where either .a dealer fails or Similarly, there is also no specific provision in the law to realise unpaid tax or penalty from the security in the amending Bill. Fifthly, under the present law cooked food other than cake, pastry and sweetmeat


1953 English

The increase in the former was mainly due to the payment of the arrears of pay as a result of the revised scales which were paid during this year and …

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1953 English

Suniti Kumar Chatterjee describes the nature and degree of civilization of the Bengalis before they came into contact with the Vedic Aryans as follows: The ideas of karma and transmigration …

augment the police force for the maintenance of law and order when- ever necessity arises on a very short


1953 English

N. B.—In the case of Barristers practising in England approval by the Council of Legal Education shall be deemed to be approval by the High Court but save in the …


Asiatic Society of Bengal · 1953

In 1899 the Council went into the question of resumption of the original name of the Society by dropping the words " of Bengal " but the general body of …


Superintendent. Government Press · 1953 English

(c) SUPPLY OF COPIES OF GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS TO ASSOCIATIONS OF GOVERNMENT SERVANTSupply of copies of Government G. C. No. [...] (6) EMPLOYMENT OF GRANT OF CONCESSIONS TO AND APPRECITION OF …

that article, which enables Government to make a law imposing " Reasonable " restrictions in This has justifiable by the Courts, and therefore if any law is framed on the lines of the resolution it will proposition, it is clearly untenable in .a court of law. In the circumstances, the Govern- ment of India prevent breach of peace and would aid to maintain law and order if and when occasion arises. They should


Bengal Chamber of Commerce & Industry · 1953 English

In his presidential address he reminded the Congress that it was Disraeli as Leader of the Tory opposition in the House of Commons who critic pecl Lord Palmerston's original India …

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Jupiter Press · 1953 English

Co-opted Members In most of the States which the Ccmmission visited the Government of the State concerned nominated a member of the Education Department or a prominent educationist of the …

Agriculture, Medicine, Veterinary Science, Commerce, Law and Teaching as well as the Arts and Science and


Ministry of Irrigation and Power Government of India · 1953 English

effect from 7th February 1951, under the U. S. Public Law, 402, on deputation from the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation


Superintendent. Government Press · 1953 English

The only circumstance rlating to trade union activities arises from the fact that lie was one of the workmen who tried on behalf of all to secure the payment of …

pensation does not arise. It is a common place in law that the relationship of an employer and his employee of a worker against hig+ wrongful dismissal is in law to claim compensation. He may either treat the contract reinstated with compensation. While it is true that the law in India is not the same as that prevailing in Britain not be interfered with. (Herbert A. Lien `Labour Law and Relations', page 142.) But the position would powers than an ordinary Court of law. The powers of an ordinary Court of law are necessarily circumscribed


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