Principle of Natural justices

Introduction to the Principle of Natural Justice: The Principle of Natural Justice serves as a bedrock in legal systems, embodying the fundamental tenets of fairness, equity, and due process. It consists of two core principles— the right to be heard (audi alteram partem) and impartiality (nemo judex in causa sua)—which collectively ensure that legal and … Read more

Hobbs v Winchester Law Society (1933) 98 JP 33

Case Name:– Hobbs v Winchester Law Society Citation:– [1933] 98 JP 33 Jurisdiction:– England and Wales Judgment:– The case dealt with the possession of an altered passport by the accused. Despite the accused’s lack of knowledge or suspicion of the alteration, the court held that possessing an altered passport constituted an offense. The judgment established … Read more