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    Criminal law

    This is the kind of love that the police enforce. Murder, assault, robbery, and rape are examples of it.

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    Civil law

    The best way to describe civil law is that it looks at actions that are not the crime.

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    Common law

    It is also known as Judicial precedent or judge-made law or case law. It is a body of law derived from the judicial decision of courts and similar tribunals.

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Women Empowerment

Women Empowerment refers to increasing and improving the social, economic, political and legal strength of the women, to ensure equal-right to women. Women empowerment helps women to control and benefit from resources, assets, income and their own time, as well as the ability to manage risk and improve their economic status and wellbeing. Many of the barriers to women's empowerment and equity lie ingrained in cultural norms. Many women feel these pressures, while others have become accustomed to being treated inferior to men.

About Indian Law

Indian law, the legal practices and institutions of India. The general history of law in India is a well-documented case of reception as well as of grafting. Foreign laws have been “received” into the Indian subcontinent—for example, in the demand by the Hindus of Goa for Portuguese civil law; and the enactment by independent India of statutes such as the Estate Duty Act (1953), the Copyright Act (1957), and the Merchant Shipping Act (1958), which substantially reproduce English models.

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