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How to Remember Case laws for exams ?

During the LLB Exams, the main problem faced by majority of students is to how to remember the case laws. Because it help you to fetch extra marks as well as give a good impression on the examiner that student is updated and having a interest in the subjects. It shows that whether a student is well prepared or not for the exams.  So added case laws while exam is an important task but it is not easy for all students. So in this article we will help you to remember the case laws in a very easy manner.

Judgment in Rem and Judgment in Personam

Judgement (or US spelling judgment) in Rem:

In Rem means- against the whole world at large. In simple terms, the Judgment binds to all  including the parties to the suit.

Difference between Advocate, Lawyer, Barrister

What is the difference between Advocate, Lawyer, Barrister ?

These terms i.e. the Lawyer and Advocate are used as synonyms of each other, but there are some key differences between these two words.


A person who is still pursuing law / LLB is called Lawyer. This person is not eligible to stand in the court to put the stand of his/her clients.

Reportable & Non Reportable Judgements

Reportable & Non Reportable Judgements

1. Whether a judgement is reportable or non reportable is to be determined by the judge concerned on the basis of public utility of the decision and also the peculiarities of the decision.

Order 7 Rule 11 CPC - Dahiben v. Arvindbhai kalyanji Bhanusali 09/07/2020 SC Civil Appeal 9510 of 2020

How to Read this article:

1. Details of the case mentioned in Short Form
2. Pdf copy of Judgement is provided in the link
3.. Important Provisions are referred in list form 
4. Important words used in the judgements- meaning provided in the article
5.. Case law referred are provided in the list

Note:- Self read the judgement, in case any difficulty to understand anything, please write us in comment section.

Best Books for Judicary Exams

Most of the Links of books are available in our website  for helping aspirants.

Note:- This is not a exhaustive list but this is the most preferred list of judicial aspirants. You must have a bare act of the subject. But in some subjects there is no bare act like Torts, Muslim Law etc. in that case you can refer 1 book of any good author. instead of collecting many books on subject, kindly purchase one book and read it multiple times to succeed.