Tag: Article 14

Doctrine Of Legitimate Expectation

By Sarica AR INTRODUCTION TO THE DOCTRINE OF LEGITIMATE EXPECTATION It cannot be overemphasized that the concept of legitimate expectation has now emerged as an important doctrine. It is stated that it is the latest recruit to a long list of concepts fashioned by the court to review administrative action. […]

Marital Rape Within Prohibited Child Marriages

By Sumit Kumar Suman, CNLU INTRODUCTION A judge in India has officially confirmed that rape laws do not apply to married couples — once you’re legally wed, forced sex is no longer a crime.[i] Historically, “Raptus”, the generic term of rape was to imply violent theft, applied to both property and person. It was […]

Marriage and Restitution

Editor’s Note: Marriage is a sacrosanct creation of society and should be protected by all personal laws and the idea of marriage should be protected by law. But this should not be abused to such an extent that injury of any kind: physical or legal is an outcome of the marriage. […]