NEWS

1.5 Family Law- I S.V.University 1st semister Old Question Papers

1st semester:
Family Law - I 3 year LLB June 2007 page-1
Family Law - I 3 year LLB June 2007 page-2
Family Law - I 3 year LLB June 2008 page-1

Family Law - I 3 year LLB June 2008 page-2
Family Law - I 3 year LLB June 2009 page-1

1.4 Law of Crimes – I (I.P.C) S.V.University 1st semister Old Question Papers

1st semester:
1.4 Law of Crimes – I (I.P.C) 3 year LLB June 2007 page-1
1.4 Law of Crimes – I (I.P.C) 3 year LLB June 2007 page-2
1.4 Law of Crimes – I (I.P.C) 3 year LLB June 2008 page-1
1.4 Law of Crimes – I (I.P.C) 3 year LLB June 2008 page-2
1.4 Law of Crimes – I (I.P.C) 3 year LLB June 2009 page-1

1.3 Torts and Consumer Protection Laws S.V.University 1st semister Old Question Papers

1st semester:
1.3 Torts and Consumer Protection Laws 3 year LLB January 2007 page-1 1.3 Torts and Consumer Protection Laws 3 year LLB January 2007 page-2
1.3 Torts and Consumer Protection Laws 3 year LLB February 2008 page-1 1.3 Torts and Consumer Protection Laws 3 year LLB February 2008 page-2
1.3 Torts and Consumer Protection Laws 3 year LLB February 2009 page-1

1.1 Contract – I semister1 sv university Old Question Papers

1st semester Contract law-1 (s.v.university)
CONTRACTS-I SEM-I 3YEAR LLB SVU JULY 2002 page-1
CONTRACTS-I SEM-I 3YEAR LLB SVU JULY 2002 page-2
CONTRACTS-I SEM-I 3YEAR LLB SVU DECEMBER 2002 page-1
CONTRACTS-I SEM-I 3YEAR LLB SVU DECEMBER 2002 page-2&3



REGIONAL SEMINAR ON 25th JANUARY, 2014 BROCHURE

SEMINAR ON SOCIO-LEGAL ASPECTS OF  LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIP IN INDIA  25th JANUARY 2014 at ANANTHA COLLEGE OF LAW, #12, KESAVAYANAGUNTA, TIRUPATI-517501. 
(to print the below brochure:- do "copy image as" to your computer then take printout)

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Right of Private Defence (RPD) IPC Section 96 to 106


Right of Private Defence: IPC Sections 96 to 106 






These are the provisions available to any private individual to enable him to protect himself and his property from attacks, damage and destruction.
These are universal provisions and are available to everyone.
These are non-discriminatory, non-directional and omni-applicable.
Onus of proof lies on the person using the provisions or taking advantage of the provisions.
There is no obligation to