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Which religion will govern for the child when mother and father both have different religions?

A's both parents belong to different religions. His mother is a Hindu and his father is a Muslim. A was brought up practicing both the religions and following all festivals, cutoms and traditions. At the age of 18 or when A gets married, which law will govern him?

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Asked at August 30, 2014
Default avatar Sarthak Vidyarthi
last answered about 3 years ago
Video editing

X sings well.X decides to upload some songs sung by him on youtube/facebook.For the same she sung a song deleting the audio from a video song using appropriate software.In the sense like the video's audio was deleted and his voice was edited and added to the file and uploaded.Will this amount to...

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X sings well.X decides to upload some songs sung by him on youtube/facebook.For the same she sung a song deleting the audio from a video song using appropriate software.In the sense like the video's audio was deleted and his voice was edited and added to the file and uploaded.Will this amount to copyright violation. For example A download "jab se tere naina song" video from youtube.Then she removes audio and edit the video inserting her voice.Then she uploads the same to youtube.

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Asked at August 29, 2014
Default avatar Sarthak Vidyarthi
last answered about 3 years ago
Transfer of Shares to Legal Heirs

The person has shares of a company in his name but unfortunately in 2011 he died. Now his legal heir (wife of the deceased and his son) wants shares to be in his name. For that they contacted registered office of the share company, they told them that they want declaration from court that they...

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The person has shares of a company in his name but unfortunately in 2011 he died. Now his legal heir (wife of the deceased and his son) wants shares to be in his name. For that they contacted registered office of the share company, they told them that they want declaration from court that they are his legal heirs. Now what course of action can be taken in court to prove that they are legal heirs of the deceased? How will they get declaration from court? Shares doesn't have any names of nominees or beneficiaries. So what is the course of action to transfer the share title? What all documents they require in court?

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Asked at August 29, 2014
Jurisdiction

A and B are two parties who entered into an agreement. A is a USA based company and B is an Indian Company, with headquarters in Pune. As per the Agreement, parties were to submit for Arbitration before the New York International Arbitration Center. A terminates the agreement on grounds of...

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A and B are two parties who entered into an agreement. A is a USA based company and B is an Indian Company, with headquarters in Pune. As per the Agreement, parties were to submit for Arbitration before the New York International Arbitration Center. A terminates the agreement on grounds of misrepresentation. B, files case before the Bombay High Court. Can B file suit before the Bombay High Court if the Agreement provides for Arbitration in New York? What defence can A possibly take? Please provide laws and case laws applicable with this regard.

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Asked at August 28, 2014
Default avatar Aishwarya Dhakarey
last answered about 3 years ago
Impersonation discovered on Voting Day

I went to cast my vote along with my friend last day--only to find out after a long wait that my friend's name was struck of the voters' list!! He had voted in the 2009 general elections---and today in the papers i read that a lot of people who went to vote we turned away inspite of having a...

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I went to cast my vote along with my friend last day--only to find out after a long wait that my friend's name was struck of the voters' list!! He had voted in the 2009 general elections---and today in the papers i read that a lot of people who went to vote we turned away inspite of having a valid voters' id card!!--What's happening? Who do we go to?

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Asked at August 25, 2014
selection of public procecutor

How are public prosecutors selected for District Court, Sessions Court and High Court?

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Asked at August 24, 2014
Default avatar Srija Choudhury
last answered about 3 years ago
ISSN

Is ISSN mandatory for a journal.How is the registration process for obtaining ISSN (print version).Can a journal have both ISSN and e-issn at the same time?

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Asked at August 20, 2014
Division of property

A man had 2 wives.The first wife had 2 sons who got separated after taking their share when father was alive. The man remarried and died without making a will. How will the property be divided amongst the second wife and her 3 children? Will she have any right on the 1st wife's property?

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A man had 2 wives.The first wife had 2 sons who got separated after taking their share when father was alive. The man remarried and died without making a will. How will the property be divided amongst the second wife and her 3 children? Will she have any right on the 1st wife's property?

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Asked at August 16, 2014
Default avatar Ayushi Singhal
last answered about 3 years ago
Part-Performance under Transfer of Property

A enters into a contract with B for purchase of land owned by B. A transfers the full consideration. A and B separately had a Memorandum of Understanding that B will transfer possession and title only if A get X, Y and Z approval. A failed to obtain the said approval (and the same is pending)....

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A enters into a contract with B for purchase of land owned by B. A transfers the full consideration. A and B separately had a Memorandum of Understanding that B will transfer possession and title only if A get X, Y and Z approval. A failed to obtain the said approval (and the same is pending). Subsequently, A has somehow taken physical possession of the property.

Whether A can claim that the property now belongs to him since he has done part performance (under Section 53-A of the Transfer of Property Act) and enforce the contract (i.e., force B to hand over the possession of the property despite A handing over the permits as stipulated earlier)?

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Asked at August 11, 2014
Default avatar Sudeshna
last answered about 3 years ago
Fate of Winding Up Petition

1. What are the circumstances which the Company Court takes into account before admitting/dismissing a Winding Up petition? How can a Company avoid admission of petition itself? 2. What exactly is the meaning of "commercial insolvency", which the Courts have taken into account while hearing the...

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1. What are the circumstances which the Company Court takes into account before admitting/dismissing a Winding Up petition? How can a Company avoid admission of petition itself? 2. What exactly is the meaning of "commercial insolvency", which the Courts have taken into account while hearing the winding up petition post its admission. What is the financial data which courts look into while determining a company's commercial solvency/insolvency?

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Asked at August 06, 2014
Default avatar Ayushi Singhal
last answered about 3 years ago
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