Synopsis: The court can question the legal validity of the Acts, but that does not mean that the Right to protest can be halted from implementation. Introduction Earlier, the Supreme Court questions the farmers’ protests against the Centre’s farm laws on grounds that the matter is sub judice(under judicial consideration and therefore prohibited). The court… Continue reading Right to protest in and on Lakhimpur Kheri needs to be protected, the legal quibble can come later
News:Among the parties in the Ayodhya title suit appeals, Lord Ram is considered as a litigant in court since he is considered as a juristic person. Facts: Who is a juristic person? A juristic person as opposed to a natural person(human being) is an entity whom the law vests with a personality. In the Shiromani… Continue reading The Lord as a juristic person:What legal rights do deities enjoy?