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The Indian legal system refers to the system of law which operates in India. Much of the Indian law shows substantial British and American influence. Primary Sources of law include enactments passed by the Parliament or States Legislatures, while the secondary sources are the judgements of the Supreme Court and High Courts and some specialized Tribunals.

The constitution provides that the law declared by the Supreme Court will be abided by all the High courts of the country. It contains 395 articles, 12 schedules and numerous amendments. 

Criminal Laws in India is governed by an Indian penal code (IPC) provides a penal code for all of India incl. J&K. Whereas the Civil Procedure Code (CPC) regulate the functioning of the civil courts. Plea Bargaining in Criminal Cases was introduced in 2005.

The Indian family system is quite complex and rigid. So much diversity and multiple religions has made Indian Civil & Family Laws complex while each religion having its own laws e.g. Hindu Laws, Muslim Laws.

International Law, Human Rights are fundamental to the stability and development of countries all around the world. The related laws are practiced in India with great emphasis placed on international conventions and their implementation to ensure the observance is done with universal standard of acceptability. 

Industrial Laws including Labour Laws are the most notable laws of the country. Some of the important acts are Industrial Dispute Act, Wages Act, Employees State Insurance Act, Employee Provident Fund and Misc Provision Act, Contract Labour Act etc.

Right to Information Act, 2003 from the citizenship perspective allows you to seek information within the governance system. The law has become an important pillar within the legal system. Resulted exposure of many hidden information within the administrative systems that are reasonably ignored by the Administrative Laws.  

Corporate affairs in India are regulated through the Companies Act, 1956, Companies Act 2013 and related laws and regulations, which are administered by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Similarly, all the Acts in India that govern trade or commerce are part of Mercantile Law of India. For example, Indian Contract Act, 1872; Sale of Goods Act, 1930; Companies Act, 2013, etc.

Banks and financial institutions in India assumed substantial importance because of globalization and phenomenal growth witness in the trade and commerce sector. The Banking Regulation Act, 1949 is a legislation in India that regulates all banking firms in India. Banking Law passed as the Banking Companies Act 1949.

Consumer Protection Act, 1986 is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted in 1986 to protect the interests of consumers in India. The law has been quite effective and practiced widely ever since it has included within the Legal system.

The Parliament of India has passed its first Cyberlaw, the Information Technology Act, 2000 which provides the legal infrastructure for E-commerce in India. The said Act has received the assent of the President of India and has become the law of the land in India. Followed by major amendments time to time to cover the following offences such as Tampering with computer source documents, unethical hacking of devices, Using password of another person, Actsof cyberterrorism, Using password of another person, etc .

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