PDPP Act can be extented. except which state ______________.
PDPP Act can be extented the whole of India except Jammu and Kashmir.
Who had propose amendments in the PDPP Act, 1984?
Justice K.T Thomas Committee had proposed amendments in the PDPP Act, 1984.
PDAA come into force on which year.
PDPP act comes into force on 28th of January, 1984.
All objects that we possesses as individual make ______ property.
The objects or the property possessed by a person is called Personal or Private property. It is owned by a person and every right on that object or property is enjoyed by that individual only not by the society or any community.
Parks and Hospitals are our personal property.
Parks and Hospitals are not personal property. These are public property as maintained by the Government. These are not used only by the individuals but can be used by every community and society.
The public property are of _____types.
Those property which are dedicated towards the utilisation and benefits of public and has exclusive ownership of the government. These properties includes- Railways, Roads and Parks etc. The public property may be divided into 2 major types:
Airport is a public property?
Airport is not public place, no matter who owns the airport. The public is admitted to certain ares of the airport for specific purposes and subject to applicable by laws.
Commission of mischief by doing any act in respect of any public property is punishable with imprisonment upto how many years?
Commission of mischief by doing any act in respect of any public property is punishable with imprisonment of 5 years.
Things owned collectively make _____property.
Things owned by the individuals are called private property. These things are enjoyed by the individuals only. The things owned or possessed by a community or society are known as public property. Public property is collectively belonged to a group of people together.
Man is a ________ animal and always stays together in cities, towns and villages.
Man is a social animal and always stays together in cities, towns and villages. The families staying in the neighbourhood help each other during thick and thin. Staying together gives a sense of security. A common park is developed where elders can walk and children can play. Community buildings are constructed for social functions and people staying in that particular society can use the building collectively.