Understanding civil and criminal law, and identifying the actual differences between both of them is very important for citizens, lawyers, and Civil aspirants preparing for IAS. Civil law identifies behavior that has an injury to an individual or other private party like a corporation.
There are 4 types of Law in the Indian Legal System, civil law, common law, criminal law, and Statutory law. Law is mainly a set of rules which might be created and enforced by a particular country or community by social or governmental institutions to regulate the actions of its members.
The Gauhati High Court on Tuesday held that discretion of the Trial Court, which, ex facie, has been exercised judiciously on the basis of relevant materials, is not to be interfered with either in revisional jurisdiction or under Section 482 Cr.P.C.