Who wrote the laws of India?

Where are laws written in India?

The fountain source of law in India is the Constitution which, in turn, gives due recognition to statutes, case law and customary law consistent with its dispensations. Statutes are enacted by Parliament, State Legislatures and Union Territory Legislatures.

Who is the father of law?

Hugo Grotius is popularly known as Father of International Law. He introduced the concept of “reasoning” in International law, that is to say, he based international law on the principles governing natural law (based on reason).

What is the full form of LLB?

The full form of LLB is Bachelor of Legislative Law or Legum Baccalaureus.

Which is the oldest law in India?

CLAT Question. The Law Code of Manu, also called “Manusmrti” (“manusmrti”) or “Manu Dharma Shastra” (“manu-dharma-zAstra”), is the oldest Law Code from India.

Who is India’s first law minister?

Dr. Ambedkar was invited by Prime Minister Nehru to serve as independent India’s first Law Minister. On 29 August 1947, he was appointed Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee.

Who is the real head of state?

The President is the head of the State in India. The President is called the first citizen of the country. All the laws in the country are made and passed in the name of the President of India. Though the President is called the head of the Indian State but he is the nominal executive authority.

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How many laws are in India?

As of January 2017, there were about 1,248 laws. However, since there are Central laws as well as State laws, it is difficult to ascertain their exact numbers as on a given date and the best way to find the Central Laws in India is from the official websites.