Movable Property

Also called movables or personal property, movable property is a property or asset that can be transported from one place to another without any alterations in its shape or value. Furniture, vehicles, books, clothing, jewelry, etc. are movable properties. Negotiable instruments (such as bills of exchange and banknotes) and intangible goods that aren’t attached to […]

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Immovable Property

Immovable property is any property or asset that is not movable or cannot be physically transferred. The property could be built on ground or attached to it, with its positioning being fixed. Buildings, roads, constructions (statues) and natural structures are immovable properties. The land on which an immovable property is built or positioned is also […]

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Section 144 (Indian Penal Code)

Section 144 is a Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) law that bans five or more individuals from publicly congregating in a region where the law has been imposed. Being in possession of weapons or indulging in any form of hooliganism is also prohibited. People who violate the law could be booked on charges of rioting (a bailable […]

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Romeo and Juliet Law

Romeo and Juliet law is a clause added to statutory rape laws of America to eliminate or decrease the punishment that could be levied upon a young adult and teen (minor) indulging in sexual intercourse. This law helps make the distinction between statutory rape and child molestation. The legal age of consent for sexual intercourse is […]

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Wrongful Execution

Wrongful execution refers to the judiciary inadvertently ordering execution of an innocent person. In other words, if an innocent individual is legally executed for a crime he/she didn’t commit, which is found out only post execution, it’s called wrongful execution. This is one of the primary reasons why death or capital punishment has been opposed by […]

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