law of tort

This article is written by Yash Soni, a 2nd-semester LL.B student of CSJM University. In this article, he has tried to explain Assault, Battery, and Mayhem along with the distinction between them. Introduction Assault and Battery are two terms which are often used synonymously. In one’s mind, the term ‘assault’ means to physically hitContinue Reading

law of tort

This article is written by PRANIT BHAGAT pursuing BA-LLB from ILS Law College, Pune. In this article, he has discussed the major differences between civil and criminal negligence with examples. Introduction Negligence is considered both civil as well as criminal wrong. We need to know and understand that the conceptContinue Reading

This article is authored by Pankhuri Pankaj, a 3rd-year student pursuing BA-LLB (Hons.) from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, affiliated to GGSIPU. She is currently interning with Lexpeeps. This article summarises certain key provisions of “irretrievable breakdown as a ground for dissolution” under the Hindu Marriage Act and is qualifiedContinue Reading

ABOUT THE ORGANISATION Lexpeeps is totally dedicated to the legal fraternity where to be law professionals will get an opportunity to flourish their career in a better way. Lexpeeps will be organising different events debates seminars of its own and also will organise the major law school activities on tie-upsContinue Reading

This article is written by Sharat Gopal, studying BA-LLB at Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGSIPU, Delhi. This article mentions about the importance of writs in Articles 32 and 226 of the constitution and between them. Introduction Before discussing the constitutional remedies also known as writs’, we must first familiarize ourselves withContinue Reading

This post is written by Anushree Tadge, a 3rd-year law student of ILS Law College, Pune, she tries to briefly explain the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981. Introduction The Government passed the Air Prevention and Control of Pollution Act (1981) of India Act in 1981, extremely comprehensiveContinue Reading

This article has been written by Aaditya Kapoor, a law student of Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. Through his research, Aaditya has conjured a briefly detailed analysis on the process of partition and reunion of family. Introduction The construct of law is one that is ever-evolving, and that has beenContinue Reading