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Computation of Compensation

Computation of Compensation

ASSESSMENT OF COMPENSATION The courts can only grant compensation for the pecuniary and monetary loss caused and some other expenses, but no

Legal Proformas

Legal Proformas

Admissible Evidences under the Indian Law

Admissible Evidences under the Indian Law

Introduction: The basic principle of law in India is “everyone is innocent in the eyes of the law unless proven guilty.” To prove a pers

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) aims at protecting the home purchasers and also boosts the real estate investments

Sample of Mutual Consent Divorce Petition

Sample of Mutual Consent Divorce Petition

Under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the parties can seek divorce by mutual consent by filing a petition before the court.

Legal Notice

Legal Notice

Meaning: When a case is filed, then it is necessary to inform the opponent party about such suit in a legal way by a notice is called as a l

Injunction

Injunction

Overview An injunction is a process whereby a party is required to do, or refrain from doing, any particular act. It is a remedy in the form

Proclaimed Offender

Proclaimed Offender

A Proclaimed offender proceeding is an action of the court through which the court affirm the person as the proclaimed offender and directs

Never Gamble On a Lawsuit!

Never Gamble On a Lawsuit!

Your choice of a lawyer directly reflects in the result of your case. How can a layman know if the lawyer is bad? Yes, there’s a catch

What is Adverse Possession?

What is Adverse Possession?

Overview: Possession has been recognized as a basis of claim to rights and interests in all legal systems. Uninterrupted and uncontested pos

The nexus between Sole Proprietorship and Individual

The nexus between Sole Proprietorship and Individual

Overview: A sole proprietorship refers to the simplest business form under which one can operate a business. A sole proprietorship is not

Uniform Civil Code in India- Yes or No?

Uniform Civil Code in India- Yes or No?

The Constitution of India provides for Uniform Civil Code under Article 44 as a Directive Principle of State Policy. Article 44 states that

What makes a Good Lawyer?

What makes a Good Lawyer?

Have you ever wondered about the characteristics one needs to possess to be called a good lawyer? If yes, then check out the following list

Arbitration And Conciliation (Amendment) Act 2015

Arbitration And Conciliation (Amendment) Act 2015

Overview: The procedure of resolving an argument by guiding people to an acceptable solution sans lengthy court proceedings comes under Alte

Service of Summons

Service of Summons

The Changing Phase of Service of Summons India is a developing nation and is getting advanced in the sector of technology quite rapidly. Thi

Suit for Damages

Suit for Damages

Introduction Whenever a party suffers any injury or loss as a result of any breach of contract, he may claim damages for the loss or injury

Enforcement of Foreign Decrees

INTRODUCTION Globalization of the economy has opened up new horizons for the businesses which were earlier a distant dream in closed economy

Enforcement of Decree

Introduction Execution is the final stage of any litigation process in civil suit. Basically, there are three stages in whole process of lit

Civil Revisions

Revision means “to look again”. Revision means the act of critical or careful examination or perusal with a view to correcting o

Preventive Relief By Way Of Injunction

Courts generally grant preventive relief by way of injunctions. It is totally dependent on the discretion of the court. Injunction basically