Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Android Apps for Lawyers

Some useful Android Apps for Lawyers available from Google play, are listed as below:

TheLaw.com releases, ad-free, a significant new version of its Law Guide and Law Dictionary:

* Law Dictionary: 8,500+ definitions
* Search, browse, bookmark entries
* Law Guide & FAQs: 200+ articles
* Legal Advice Forums for quick answers
* No ads – really, no ads!
* Lawyer Directory - mobile optimized format
* Free case review links
* Find law jobs, upload your resume
* Search NY Code of Law - over 30 sections
* Quick application launch

NOTES:
- Internet is NOT needed for the dictionary, fully available offline. Guide is dynamic and requires an Internet connection.
- NO telephone access is required.


The law relating to Motor Vehicles in India available in a digitally readable format on your Android devices. Know all the important provisions about Traffic rules, Licensing, Penalties, Offenses, Procedure and other things about Motor Vehicles.

This app is designed for common people who do not understand the complicated language of law and only contains the important provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act. All the important provisions contained in the Motor Vehicles Act that every individual needs to know about are covered in this application with detailed section along with notes at the bottom and a separate tab for keynotes in simple language for better understanding the sections.

India Law House 

is a Android based Mobile Search Application for Indian Law & Acts.

This application is useful for Law Students and Professionals of Law in their day to day activities. This is not only limited to Law Students and Professionals, any common citizen who is interested in knowing the Law and its Acts

This application Contains:
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1.Criminal Laws
2.Civil Laws
3.Business, Trade & Commerce Laws
4.Consumer Laws
5.Corporate Laws
6.Financial Services & Tax


Do you know it is forbidden to imitate an animal in Miami,Florida,America? Here are lots of weird laws about each state of American,you can look up laws convenient by choosing state.



Did you know that in Singapore it is illegal to sell gum? Or that in Germany every office must have a view of the sky? The world is filled with crazy, off the wall laws and now you can read about them with Weird Laws International! Great source of trivia information and data for people of all ages.



The Indian Evidence Act, originally passed by the British parliament in 1872, contains a set of rules and allied issues governing admissibility of evidence in the Indian courts of law.
This app contains all the latest amendments.
Read the entire Indian Evidence Act and search at will using any keyword.
Whether you are a layperson, law student, a lawyer or a litigant, this is an invaluable reference since it contains full text of the Act. You can search using any keyword and the app will show you the relevant sections.
* To see all sections of the Act (index), do not enter any search term and touch the search button. This provides you with complete list of chapters like a TABLE OF CONTENTS.
The list of contents chapter-wise comes up by default when you start the application. To see list of contents chapter-wise, press the search key with no search text.

The Law Dictionary 

A trusted source of legal definitions and terms featuring the entire Black's Law Dictionary (2nd edition) with over 15,000 words and definitions, perfect for lawyers and law students who need fast and easy reference to Black's Law Dictionary. This is not West Law's edition of Black Law's Dictionary, this is the 2nd Edition written by Henry Campbell Black himself.

The app doesn't require you to be online and you have the entire Law Dictionary on your Android phone, tablet or Kindle Fire.

This app has all the features you could want in a legal dictionary including:
* search and browse by keyword
* save your recent searches
* bookmark favorites or common words

The Income-tax Act, 1961

Check out and search the entire Indian Income Tax Act. The Income-tax Act, 1961 is the charging Statute of Income Tax in India. It provides for levy, administration, collection and recovery of Income Tax.

It is one of the most complex laws in the world and we help you to easily navigate it. We have also provided relevant cases for each section wherever possible.

Read the entire Income Tax Act. Search at will. All sections of the Act are available in the app.

Whether you are a layperson, law student, chartered accountant, a corporate lawyer or a taxpayer, this is an invaluable reference since it contains full text of the Act. You can search using any keyword and the app will show you the relevant sections.
* To see all sections of the Act (index) do not enter any search term and hit the search key. This provides you with complete list of chapters like a TABLE OF CONTENTS.
The list of contents chapter-wise comes up by default when you start the application.
To see list of contents chapter-wise, press the search key with no search text.

The Companies Act 1956 

An Act of the Parliament of India, enacted in 1956, which enabled companies to be formed by registration, and set out the responsibilities of companies, their directors and secretaries. The Companies Act 1956 is administered by the Government of India through the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and the Offices of Registrar of Companies, Official Liquidators, Public Trustee, Company Law Board, Director of Inspection, etc. The Registrar of Companies (ROC) handles incorporation of new companies and the administration of running companies.
Read the entire Companies Act. Search at will. Based on user feedback, ALL sections of the Act are now available in the app. Please upgrade to the latest version.
Whether you are a layperson, law student, a corporate lawyer or a litigant, this is an invaluable reference since it contains full text of the Act. You can search using any keyword and the app will show you the relevant sections.
* To see all sections of the Act (index) do not enter any search term and hit the search key. This provides you with complete list of chapters like a TABLE OF CONTENTS.


The Information Technology Act, 2000
as amended by The Information Technology (Amendment) Act,2008
The IT Rules of 2011(All 23 Rules)
Cyber Law of India
Cyber Crime Law of India
Data Protection Act of India
Ecommerce & Electronic Evidence law
by - Cyber Law Consulting


The Right to Information Act, 2005

Now available in a digitally readable format on your Android devices. Know everything you need to know about the Right to Information.

The Right to Information Act, 2005 was passed by Parliament on 15 June 2005 and came fully into force on 13 October 2005. Under the provisions of the Act, any citizen may request information from a "public authority" (a body of Government or "instrumentality of State") which is required to reply expeditiously or within thirty days. The Act also requires every public authority to computerize their records for wide dissemination and to pro-actively publish certain categories of information so that the citizens need minimum recourse to request for information formally.

This e-book application is one of its kind, a must have application useful for any Individual, Advocates, Law Students and others. This e-book application is prepared by a group of book-lovers after considering the convenience of the readers thus, this e-book application is divided concisely into different Chapters and Sections. A dedicated key is added to navigate through next section. No matter where you are or where you go, this e-book application will be useful and handy.

Features:

-Complete Right to Information Act, 2005.
-Contains all Chapters and Sections.
-Divided into Chapters and Section Lists.
-Pinch and tap zoom support.
-Neat Presentation in the form of Heading and Description on each screen.
-Aesthetic Reading Experience.
-Low Memory Resources required.
-A good way to learn about the Right to Information.
-And many more features!

*Important Note*

This app will add a few search access points on your device. If you do not want to use this new search page, you can either ignore it or delete it. If you do use it, we get a few cents and it will help us a lot to keep developing more apps. If you don’t, you can delete it and no harm is done (our app remains the same, no need to uninstall it!).


More to follow....

4 comments:

AAREN said...

Excellent and useful app for Lawyers.Who to use android phone.

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rowdy rathore said...

this blog is useful . I am a law student. I request you to blog some article on court procedure. Do you have any e book regarding chief megistrate or executive megistrate . And also the court drafting. Please email me ujvalbaroda@gmail.com

V.K.SEKAR said...

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Sara said...

We have to be happy that now we've got a lot of tools today to search a lot of things with just our cell phone, hope tomorrow will be easier than now we have to thank android mobbile apps