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Affidavits for Students
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Affidavits for Students

Affidavits Affidavits- An affidavit is a written sworn statement of fact voluntarily made by an affiant of deponent under an oath or affirmation administer by a person authorize to do so by law. Such statement is witnesses as to the offer authenticity of the affiant’s signature by a taker of oaths such as notary or […]

Acceptance of a conditional offer with a further condition does not resulted in a concluded contract- Supreme Court
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Acceptance of a conditional offer with a further condition does not resulted in a concluded contract- Supreme Court

On 5th January 2021 a bench comprising of Justice Navin Sinha and Justice Indira Banerjee observe that when the acceptor puts in a new condition while accepting the contract already sign by the proposer, the contract is not complete until the proposer accepts that condition, while setting aside the a judgment of High Court. Noticing […]

Matters Relating To Guardianship And Custody Of Children
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Child Custody

Recent Development on Child Custody Child Custody- “The children are neither to be treated as chattels; nor as mere play-things for their parents” said Delhi High Court. After the break down of marriage or separation of spouses, the children are always the most affected parties. Children are sensitive and their needs are the utmost priority […]

Domestic Violence In India: Reinterpreting The Meaning Of Shared Households
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Domestic Violence

Recent development on Domestic Violence Recently the Supreme Court in the case of Vineeta Sharma v. Rakesh Sharma[1] held that daughters have equal coparcenary rights. In the footprints of this judgment, came the judgement of Satish Chander Ahuja v. Sneha Ahuja[2], which secured the rights of women in general and particular;y in divorce cases. The judgement was pronounced on […]

Maintenance of Daughter under HAMA
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Maintenance

Maintenance of Daughter under HAMA A Supreme Court bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy and M.R. Shah recently held, an unmarried Hindu daughter is entitle to claim maintenance from her father till the time she is married, given that she has to plead and prove that she is not able to maintain herself. […]

Different Theories Of Divorce
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Mutual Divorce

An appeal against the decree of divorce by mutual consent Recently, a division bench of Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Asha Menon of Delhi High Court in the case of Anshu Malhotra v. Mukesh Malhotra[1], held that an appeal against a consent decree of dissolution of marriage is not maintainable and the remedy before an […]

Partnerships
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Partnerships

Partnerships in India are govern by the Indian Partnership Act, 1932. The Act defines partnership as ‘The relation between persons who have agreed to share the profits of a business carried on by all or any of them acting for all’. The Act while laying down the provisions with respect to rights and duties of the […]

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 […]

ALL THE RECENT UPDATES REGARDING ADOPTION
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All the Recent Updates Regarding Adoption

Introduction Supreme Court agrees to examine plea for gender & religion-neutral uniform law on adoption & guardianship A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde issued notices to union ministries of home affairs, law and justice, and the women and child development on the PIL filed seeking removal of anomalies and making of Gender […]

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 […]

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 […]

Position Statement
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Position Statement: The Supreme Court of India and its Administration in getting grips on discrete matters

Introduction India (Bharat), officially the Republic of India, is a diverse-multicultural and multilingual country. It is sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, and republic. India is a federal state having a single, unified and independent judicial system with three-tier hierarchical structures i.e., the Supreme Court, the High Courts, and the Sub-ordinate Courts.  The Supreme Court of India […]

Right To Internet -A Fundamental Right Or Not?, Female Abuse through and on Social Networking Sites
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Right To Internet -A Fundamental Right Or Not?

Would we be able to envision a world without Internet? It is perhaps the neediest human development as it has revolutionized communications. To the degree that it has now gotten the most comfortable and preferred mode of communication and correspondence. In 2016, UNHRC General Assembly expressed admittance to the Internet as a fundamental human right. […]

strict-liability (1), Liabilities Strict v. Absolute
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Liabilities Strict v. Absolute

BLOG | 5 MINS READ Liabilities Strict v. Absolute Strict-To choose between development and life should not be a matter of debate. Saima Fathima Legal Intern at LawDocs Liabilities Strict v. Absolute Introduction Strict-To choose between development and life should not be a matter of debate. Although one cannot have his cake and eat it […]

Family Matters

Legislation of Abortion

Legislation of Abortion in India- A Right Based or Need-based law ABSTRACT In this article, the author has critically analysed the abortion law based on its nature and provides an opinion on the very thought of abortion rights and needs. Under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971 abortion has been legalised but few terms […]

Constitutional Morality in India
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Constitutional Morality in India

In the words of B.R. Ambedkar – Constitution is not a mere lawyer’s document, it is a vehicle of Life, and its spirit is always the spirit of the age. Ours, is the only constitution having 448 articles, 25 amendments, 12 schedules, 6 fundamental rights in a culturally and religiously diverse country like Ours – […]