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"Cracking the CS Executive Exam 2024 June: Key Topics for JIGL 2024 June"

Jurisprudence, interpretation and general laws

Important topics for June 2024

Lesson one

Sources of law

1. Significance of law

2. Schools of Law – focus on Kelson, Bentham

3. Primary and secondary sources of Indian law

4. Obiter dicta

Lesson 2

Constitution of India

1. Fundamental rights - Proper understanding needed

2. Doctrine of eclipse

3. Amendability of fundamental rights

4. Fundamental duties

5. Ordinance making power of President and governor

6. Freedom of trade, commerce, and intercourse

7. Parliamentary committees

8. Writ jurisdiction - Types of weight, article 32 and article 226

Lesson three

Interpretation of statutes

1. Causes omissus rule

2. Aids to interpretation

3. Conflict between general provision and special provision

4. Hayden rule and doctrine of Resjudicata

5. Doctrine of substantial compliance

6. Reading methodology of companies act – a brief understanding

Lesson 4

Administrative laws

1. Need and sources of administrative law

2. Judicial review and other remedies and administrative laws

3. Suit against state in torts

4. Liabilities of a public servant

Lesson five

Law of tort

1. Kinds of tortious liabilities and general conditions

2. Tort or wrong to personal safety and freedom

3. judicial and extra judicial remedies

Lesson six

Law relating to civil procedure

1. Stay of suit

2. Place of suing

3. Set off, counterclaim, and equitable set off

4. Reference review and revision

5. Summary proceedings

6. Pre Institution mediation, and settlement

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Lesson seven

Law relating to crimes and its procedure

1. Difference between fine and penalty

2. Mens rea and actus rea

3. Cognizable and non-cognizable offence

4. Summons and warrants under CRPC

5. Summary trial

6. Criminal breach of trust

7. Defamation

Lesson eight

Law relating to evidence

1. Different types of evidence

2. Relevance and admissibility of evidence

3. Opinion of third persons when relevant

4. Oral, documentary, and circumstantial evidence

5. Rule of estoppel

Lesson nine

Specific relief

1. Specific relief and defence

2. Declaratory decrease

3. Temporary and perpetual injunction And grounds on which injunction refused

4. Injunction to perform a negative agreement

Lesson 10

Limitation act

1. Doctrine of sufficient course – case laws

2. Effect of acknowledgement on the period of limitation

3. Limitation and writs under Constitution

4. Computation of Time mentioned in instruments

Lesson 11

Law relating to arbitration, mediation, and conciliation

1. Essential of arbitration process

2. Section 15

3. Competence of arbitral tribunal to rule on its jurisdiction

4. Process of arbitration

5. Fastrack procedure

6. Enforcement of certain foreign arbitral awards

7. Process of conciliation

8. Process of mediation

Lesson 12 Indian stamp act

1. Stamp duty and bonds, debentures, issued under local authorities loan act

2. Section 20–28

3. Mode and time of stamping

4. Instruments Not duly stamped – treatment and consequences

5. Endorsement of instruments on which duty has been paidRajeev’s ArthaCS

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Lesson 13

Law relating to registration of documents

1. Classes of documents

2. Consequences of non-registration on documents to be registered compulsorily

3. Precautions or prerequisite for registration

4. Refusal to register by the sub registrar – action

5. Mobile and immovable property

6. Properties, which cannot be transferred

7. Transfer for benefit of unborn person

8. Doctrine of lid pendens

9. Rule against perpetuity

Lesson 14

Right to information

1. Obligations of public authority

2. Partial disclosure and exemptions from disclosure

3. Powers of information commissions

4. Appellate authorities

Lesson 15

Law relating to information technology

1. Digital signature and electronic signature

2. Validity of contracts formed through electronic means

3. Certifying authorities

4. Exemption from liability of intermediary in certain cases

Lesson 16

Contract law

1. Essential elements of a valid contract

2. Consideration

3. Void, voidable and illegal contracts - Flaws and contract and free consent

4. Quasi contract

5. Contract of indemnity and guarantee

6. E Contract

Lesson 17

Law relating to sale of goods

1. Difference between sale and agreement to sell

2. Doctrine of Caveat emptor

3. Unpaid seller, his rights against goods and buyer

4. Effects of contracts

Lesson 18

Negotiable instruments

1. Kinds of negotiable instruments

2. Difference between Bill of exchange and promissory note

3. Dishonour of cheques

4. Bank slip, prima facie evidence of certain facts

5. NEFT and RTGS

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