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will, Will
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Will

A Will Will means the legal declaration of the intention of a person with respect to his property, which he desires to take effect after his death. It is a unilateral document and takes effect after the death of the person making it. It can be revoke or altered by the maker of it at […]

Shipping Agreements
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Shipping Agreements

Shipping Contract Shipping- Like a shipment contract, a destination contract is type of freight contract that concerns the sale of goods. Risk of loss of damage to the goods while they are in delivery is borne by the seller. Ex-Ship contracts? Ex-ship contract law a legal definition under an Ex-Ship contract the seller has to […]

Reply to the Legal Notices, Legal Notices
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Reply to the Legal Notices

Legal Notices No reply to Legal Notice It is not mandatory to reply to a legal notice, yet it is advisable to replys to legal notice bearing in mind the laws applicable. No reply to notice can add an advantage to the opposite party in a court of law. Thus, to ensure that no reply […]

Reply to the Legal Notices, Legal Notices
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Legal Notices

A legal notice Legal Notices- It is a formal communication to a person or entity informing them about the intention to undertake legal proceedings against them. It is simply an intimation, information, knowledge or attention etc. it serves as information to the other party to ensure that they are aware and cannot plead of ignorance […]

Maintenance of Wife Under Personal Laws, Divorce, Maintenance Under Crpc Chapter Ix, An Appeal against the Mutual consent Divorce
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Divorce

Divorce in India Divorce means a process that is legal or official to put an end to the marital relationship.  In India marriage is an institution that has religious values as well and hence putting an end to the same is not what suits the society. This in turn complicates the procedure for divorce, and […]

Release Deed, Lease Agreements
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Release Deed

A deed  of release, also known as relinquishment deed is a legal document. That removes a previous claim on an asset and suffices as a documentation of release from a binding agreement. When a lender transfers the title of a real estate to the owner upon the satisfaction of mortgage that might be executed. In […]

POWER OF ATTORNEY
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Power of Attorney

  Recent Judgments: Rekha Sharma vs. Ashok Dandona (now deceased): The Complainant died and his son Hemant Dandona was presented in his place but he has no knowledge of business transactions and cheques as they were not given in his presence. In A.C Narainan vs. the State of Maharashtra, the court held that the power […]

limited Liability Partnership Settlement Scheme, 2020’, Partnership and Founders, limited liability partnership (LLP)
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Partition

The most recent development in India regarding Partition was on 11 August 2020. The supreme court of India pronounced its judgment on that day regarding the equal rights of the Daughter to inherit joint Hindu family property. The rights of Partition of Property are gives under Hindu Succession Act. A three-judge bench headed by Justice […]

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN RERA
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Recent Developments in Rera in Respect of Consumers

It is compulsory for a consumer to make convenient installments to the real estate developer according to the arrangement available to be purchased. He will likewise need to pay a lot of enrollment charges, city charges, upkeep charges, ground leases, power charges, water supply charges, and some other administrations. When the inhabitance declaration is given […]

National Company Law Tribunal
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National Company Law Tribunal

On  3rd February 2020 in New Delhi, In the National Company Tribunal Rules, 2016 {here after referred to as the rule 80, the following rule shall e inserted namely:- “80A. Application Under Section230- An application under sub-section (12) of section230 may be made in NCLT and shall be accompanied by such documents In the Principal […]

AFFIDAVIT
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Legal News: Affidavit

AFFIDAVIT Recently Supreme Court under the Case came out with detailed directions on how Maintained Affidavit For Non- Agrarian Deponents cases shall be deal by in various courts of India. The template to be fill by non- Agrarian deponents meaning who are dependent on agriculture for livelihood and upkeep. Recent amendment in Form-26 in the […]

OFFENCES UNDER THE IT ACT, 2000
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Offences Under the It Act, 2000

OFFENCES-This Act is called as the Information Technology Act, 2000 and it applies to entire India and it also applies outside India where the offence committed by any person. Offenses under the Information Technology Act,2000 Tampering with Computer Source:(Section 65) Bhim Sen Garg vs. State Of Rajasthan: An FIR was file for the offences under […]

Proposed Way Forward for The Hospitality Sector Post Covid-19, WHETHER DOCTRINE OF FORCE MAJEURE IS APPLICABLE IN COMMERCIAL LEASE AGREEMENTS DURING COVID-19
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Whether Doctrine of Force Majeure Is Applicable in Commercial Lease Agreements During Covid-19

INTRODUCTION Covid-19 is unprecedented crisis which is faced all over the world; it has unleashed an economic crisis and has brought number of issues with regard to commercial lease agreement, as tenant associations increasingly seek waivers. In this pandemic situation the main question for the tenant that arose was whether tenant will be able to […]

Why And When To Use Anti – Suit Injunctions In Arbitration
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Why And When To Use Anti – Suit Injunctions In Arbitration

What are anti – suit injunctions? “Anti-suit injunctions are national court orders use especially in common law countries, in order to protect the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal, or to prevent the tribunal from assuming jurisdiction. Anti-suit injunctions may order a party not to pursue court proceedings initiated in breach of a dispute resolution clause, […]

Maintenance of Wife Under Personal Laws, Divorce, Maintenance Under Crpc Chapter Ix, An Appeal against the Mutual consent Divorce
Family Matters

An Appeal against the Mutual consent Divorce

Introduction An Appeal against the Mutual consent Divorce The Parliament of India enacted Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 on 18 May 1955. There are lots of provisions under this Act relating, valid marriage, Void marriage, Divorce, Grounds of Divorce, etc. The procedure for filling Divorce case. Etc. As the marriage is a beautiful thing which happens, […]