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    Information Technology Act of 2008 is a primary law which deals with Cyber crimes and The Act provides legal framework for electronic governance by giving recognition to electronic records and digital signatures. It also defines cyber crimes and prescribed penalties for them. It also established a Cyber Appellate Tribunal to resolve disputes related to Internet, Cyber space, Cyber security etc.

    Cyber Laws • Asked on: 28th June 2017 • Answers: 1
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    Cyber Cell is a departmental body which looks into the matters related to cyber crimes. Cyber Cells are the brainchild of the criminal investigation departments of cities in India and have been opened only to handle the issue of Internet related criminal activity.

    Cyber Laws • Asked on: 28th June 2017 • Answers: 2
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    Cyber Crime is those crimes which relates to Internet, Cyberspace, Cyber security etc. or any related illegal activity. Cyber Crimes includes phishing, credit card frauds, bank robbery, illegal downloading, industrial espionage, child pornography, kidnapping children via chat rooms, scams, cyber terrorism, creation and/or distribution of viruses, Spam etc.Cyber Crime is those crimes which relates to Internet, Cyberspace, Cyber security etc. or any related illegal activity. Cyber Crimes includes phishing, credit card frauds, bank robbery, illegal downloading, industrial espionage, child pornography, kidnapping children via chat rooms, scams, cyber terrorism, creation and/or distribution of viruses, Spam etc.

    Cyber Laws • Asked on: 26th May 2017 • Answers: 1
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    Following remedies are available in civil cases
    1. Damages also called as Compensation
    2. Specific performance, of the terms and conditions
    3. Injunctions, temporary or permanent stay
    4. Restitution, restoration of the circumstances or condition
    5. Account of profits

    Civil • Asked on: 24th May 2017 • Answers: 1
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    Movable property is that property which can be transferred from one place to another without changing its shape and nature, while on the other hand an Immovable property is that property which cannot be transferred from one place to another without changing its shape and nature.
    Section 2 (9) of the Registration Act, 1908 defines property as:
    'Moveable property' includes standing timber, growing crops and grass, fruit upon and juice in trees, and property of every other description, except immovable property."
    The General Clauses Act, 1897, defines, " immovable property" shall include land, benefits to arise out of land, and things attached to the earth, or permanently fastened to anything attached to the earth.

    Civil • Asked on: 23rd May 2017 • Answers: 1
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    A written complaint and allegation is filed which is called as a ‘Plaint’. One who files the complaint is called as the ‘Plaintiff’. Against whom a complaint is filed is called as the ‘Defendant’. ” Vakalatnama”, is a document, by which the party filing the case authorizes the Advocate to represent on their behalf. Different amount of court fees is paid for the different type of documents to be submitted to the court depending upon the value of the suit. On the first day of the hearing, if the court thinks there are merits in the case, it will issue a notice to the opposite party, to submit their arguments, and fix a date. The Defense will then file a ‘Written Statement’ against the allegations. Plaintiff will file a reply to this written statement to be called as replication. The hearing will then proceed according to the discretion and orders of the court.

    Civil • Asked on: 21st May 2017 • Answers: 1
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    Civil cases are generally brought by private individuals or corporations seeking remedy for violation of their Rights. A criminal case is brought by the local, state or government in response to a suspected violation of law or commission of an offence by the accused and seeks a Punishment under the Indian Law.

    Civil • Asked on: 17th May 2017 • Answers: 1
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