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There's a number of instances in which Hallel is supposed to be said. Please find the page relevant to the specific Hallel you are looking for.
- It is not said on Purim, see Customs of Purim.
- There is no Hallel on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur because one should not sing on days when judgment is being rendered
- The proper place for the recital of Hallel is immediately after Shacharit. This is true even on a day that we recite Musaf and technically musaf should be recited first since it is said more often and tadir visheayno tadir, tadir kodem (the item said performed more often should precede the less common). 
- Hallel should be recited during the day and not at night. 
- Hallel should be recited while standing  Someone who recited Hallel while sitting need not repeat it 
- If someone misses a word or sentence he must return to the place he omitted 
- Gemara Arachin 10b, Rambam Hilchot Chanukah 3:6
- Sh"t Iggerot Moshe 3:70. Shulchan Aruch Harav 131:5 says that the reason is that zrizim makdimin limitzvot, that we are eager to fulfill mitzvot as early as possible. Sh"t Yaskil Avdi 8:20:55 writes that Hallel is a continuation of Yaaleh Viyavo and also that by saying Hallel in the place where Tachanun is usually recited, it is a proclamation of respect for this exalted day.
- Gemara Megilla 20b based on the pasul “From when the sun rises in the east until it sets, shall Hashem’s name be praised. ”
- Mishna Brura 422:28 says that we recite hallel standing since Hallel testifies to Hashem’s miracles and wondrous deeds, and testimony must be made while standing
- Mishneh Brurahh 422:28, quoting Pri Megadim.
- Rama 422:6