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498A ,   dowry case ,   dowry harassment ,   false dowry case ,   Indian Penal Code ,   CrPC ,   IPC ,   Civil Procedure Code ,   Code of Criminal Procedure ,   Prohibition of Dowry Act ,   Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act ,   stridhan

Dowry is a major social menace in India. Every year, countless women are victims to dowry harassment. Some are subjected to torture, while others are found dead in suspicious circumstances.

The Indian legal system, has the following laws in place, which can be used while filing an FIR against the...

By Saurabh Kumar August 31, 2017
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sale deed ,   commission ,   registration of property ,   immovable property ,   searching ,   due diligence ,   promoter ,   buyer ,   conveyance deed ,   carpet area ,   Transfer of Property Act 1882; The Indian Contract Act 1872; The Registration Act 1908; Hindu Succession Act 1956; Indian Succession Act 1925 ,   The registrar of assurances ,   local registry office ,   agreement of sale ,   super built area ,   valuation query of a property ,   stamp duty ,   stamp paper ,   mutation

The registration of property that is land, flat, shop, garage or other things are mandated by the three laws such as Transfer of Property Act 1882; The Indian Contract Act 1872; The Registration Act 1908; Hindu Succession Act 1956; Indian Succession Act 1925 and such other municipal laws, local...

By Surja Baladhikari July 27, 2016
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shareholders' rights ,   company law ,   related party transaction ,   S. 188 of the Company Act ,   2013 ,   disclosures ,   satyam ,   enron ,   tyco ,   parmalat ,   financial health ,   accounting standards 18

Introduction

In layman’s language, a Related Party Transaction is nothing but businesses carried out among the relatives of different companies. On the other hand, legally speaking, there are many financial and commercial legal instruments which define and provide for such transactions.

Section...

By Aishwarya Dhakarey July 27, 2016
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money owed ,   legal action ,   legal notice ,   limitation period ,   Contracts

Before legal action is taken against a debtor,the claim should be brought to his or her notice to make sure that the debtor is aware of the fact that the debt has not been paid back. A letter should be sent to the debtor containing important details and specifics. This should include information...

By Anina D'cunha July 18, 2016
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civil procedure code ,   foreign judgments enforceability ,   S. 13 CPC ,   S. 38 CPC ,   S. 39 CPC ,   S. 40 CPC ,   S. 44 CPC ,   S. 45 CPC ,   S. 44A CPC ,   Moloji Nar Singh Rao v. Shankar Saran ,   R.M.V. Vellachi Achi v. R.M.A. Ramanathan Chettiar ,   Ramanathan Chettiar v. Kalimuthu Pillai ,   D.T. Keymer v. P. Viswanatham ,   Ephrayim H. Ephrayim v. Turner Morrison & Co ,   Anoop Beniwal v. Jagbir Singh Beniwal ,   Hari Singh v. Muhammad Said

The word foreign decree or order simply connotes a final adjudication on a point of law by a court situated outside the territory of India or simply not coming under the authority of the central legislature. The executability of foreign judgements in India is governed by The Code of Civil...

By Karan Mittal August 09, 2015
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change attorney ,   change lawyer ,   dissatisfied with lawyer ,   unhappy with lawyer ,   vakalatnama ,   procedure to change ,   Section 49(1)(c) Advocates Act ,   1961 ,   in Chapter II ,   Part VI Bar Council of India Rules

Right to justice is one of the fundamental rights and one of the primary rights of any individual. The Preamble to the Constitution of India guarantees to all citizens, social, economic and political justice. One of the prime objectives of the Indian Judicial system is to ensure that justice is...

By Shruti Das March 09, 2015
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sale of property ,   encumbrance certificate ,   municipal permits ,   sale deed ,   how to sell a flat ,   encumberance certificat

Every owner of a property has three basic rights in his property which are, firstly, the right of ownership which means that he has the title to the property, secondly, that he has the exclusive right to possess and enjoy the property in any lawful manner he wishes and thirdly, he has the...

By Aditya Marwah February 18, 2015