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BELOW ARE THE LIST OF ARTICLES, WHICH MAY BE USEFUL IN UNDERSTANDING VARIOUS LEGAL MATTERS, CLICK ON THEM TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE

LITIGATION (CIVIL, WRIT, CONSUMER, COMMERCIAL, ETC)

 
Inherent powers of civil courts to do justice between parties

 
Few consumer protection judgments

 
Few decision which affects social justice

 
Petition challenging election of returned candidate

 
Hearsay evidence

 
High court power to interfere in trial court order, under writ jurisdiction


Whether writ maintainable for claiming money


Can aggrieved claim damages even after signing “no due certificate”


Can subsequent events be considered in a proceedings


Whether court can interfere in transfer matters


Conditions of service to remain unchanged during pendency of the dispute


Suit for damages and proof


Justice, delay and suggestions by the supreme court


Can legal practitioner be held liable for false legal opinion


can cryptic messages considered for FIR?


Whether student is a consumer?


Stay orders and its exercise by the high court, suggestion made by the Supreme Court


Community service as punishment in addition to prison sentence for drunken driving


Death due to negligent act of a doctor is an accident – LIC to pay accidental death benefits


School across the country directed to provide basic infrastructure and facilities to students


Students not to join, the education institution without recognition and affiliation


No sympathy in corruption cases


Postal department is duty bound to ensure that letters reach in time against all odds


Rounding-off the marks/percentage is injustice


Lawful marriage not required for a man to be punished under section 493 i.p.c


Power of magistrate to take voice sample


Intention of bidder not bonafide, possession can resume


Useless formality theory


Advocate alone cannot settle the matter before lok adalath


Reviewing of the sanction to prosecute a public servant


A private limited company using services is a body corporate and not a natural person who needs to earn his livelihood


Compact disc (C.D) recoding is a document of evidence


District forum can grant maximum of 45 days time to the opposite party to file his version or reply

 

CRIMINAL LAW
 

Steps to be followed in the cheque bounce matters


Directors not automatically liable for Cheque bounce


Whether Mens Rea which means “guilty mind” necessary for crimes by corporate houses


Stages of criminal trial in India


Transfer of criminal trial, factors relevant


Guidelines from Supreme Court with regard to the court power in issuing non-bailable warrant


Can cryptic messages considered for FIR?


Person convicted under section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act (Cheque Bounce) can be prosecuted under section 420 of the Indian Penal Code


Community Services as punishment in addition to prison sentence for drunken driving


Lawful marriage no required for a man to be punished under section 439 of Indian Penal Code


Bail matter, Court not to undertake meticulous examination of evidence


Power of Magistrate to take voice sample


Lodging two FIR against same person in respect of same case


Principle laid down while exercising power by High Court to quash Criminal Proceedings


Sanction to prosecute police officer


Compact Disk (C.D) recording is a document of evidence


 
REAL ESTATE AND PROPERTY
 

The Documents required for Scrutiny/Verification of the Title will vary in each case, nevertheless a handy and simple Property Purchase Checklist one should consider before taking decisions on Buying Property in and around Bangalore are…


Click here; to read and understand different kind of documents involved in the Title Scrutiny (document verification) and their meanings…. 

 
Click here; for a guide to understand simple procedure for smooth and easy buying of property….


Purchase of immovable property comprises various steps, broadly categorised as post and pre-registration, here are few measures the purchaser is required to take after purchase of the property in Bangalore……
 

Click here; for understanding the differences between the ‘A’ and ‘B’ BBMP Khatha, the understanding of the differences will avoid unnecessary confusions...


Legal principles governing adverse possession against Government

 

Transfer of property pending suit – legal principle

 
Deposit amount can be forfeited and not the amount paid towards part payment of the sale consideration - Supreme Court ruling

 
Illegal and unauthorised construction affect fundamental and constitutional rights, court ordered demolition of illegal and unauthorised construction

 
Mere efflux of time and escalation of price, no ground to deny relief of specific performance 

 
Right to property is a human right

 
Mutation entries do not convey or extinguish any title

 
Important observations by High Court in respect of Mahr/Dower – Hiba – essential of Hiba – registration of Hiba – Hiba-Bil-Iwaz – lis pendence – sale deed proof

  

CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL
 

Remedies against breach of contract


Negative covenants in employment contracts and enforceability


A private limited company using services is a body corporate and not a natural person who needs to earn his livelihood


Compact disc (C.D) recoding is a document of evidence

 

EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR

 
Remedies against breach of contract

 
Negative covenants (long notice period, non-compete, non-solicit, confidential & others) in employment contracts and enforceability

 
Impact of the industrial disputes act on staffing, business and organisations

 
Matters between employer and employee and income tax returns details are personal information cannot be disclosed under the RTI Act

 
Once the labour court has exercised the discretion judicially, the high court can interfere with the award, only if it is satisfied that the award of the labour court is vitiated by any fundamental flaws

 
Punishment imposed by the appellate authority

 

MATRIMONIAL AND FAMILY

 
Mutual consent divorce in India section 13B of the Hindu marriage act, procedure and conditions of mutual divorce in India


Live-in-relationship not entitled to benefits under the domestic violence act, to know about the legal perspective of the live-in relationship


Judicial decisions/judgments on the subject matter of divorce, marriage, family, domestic violence, child custody, women


Personal and family laws and few selected ratio decidendi

 
Death result of cruelty or demand of dowry, denial cannot be treated as discharge of onus

 
Wife right to reside with her husband under the protection of women from Domestic violence act

 
Contempt of court against a woman for breaching undertaking to divorce

 
In child custody and visitation rights matter, the desire, interest and welfare is paramount importance

 
Woman in a live-in relationship and second wife not entitled to maintenance

 
Presumed marriage enough for relief under PWDV Act

 
Settlement of dispute punishable under section 498-A of Indian penal code

 
Couples indulged in pre-marital sexual intercourse considered to be married

 
Live-in-relationship not entitled to benefits under the domestic violence act

 
Allegation that the appellant husband played fraud on the family court and obtained decree of dissolution of marriage


Wife maintenance factors to be considered

 
Divorced wife cannot file petition for maintenance

 
Husband’s illicit relationship is not always cruelty

 
Supreme court of India on section 6 of the Hindu succession act – daughters right to property

 
Women right over Stridhana properties

 

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION/ARBITRATION/MEDIATION

 
Legal principles – for setting aside Arbitral award

 
Whether an arbitration agreement contained in an unregistered instrument which is not duly stamped, is valid and enforceable?

 
Supreme court conclusion on sec. 2(1)(e) and sec. 42 of the act 1996, in respect of jurisdiction for setting aside the award


Advocate alone cannot settle the matter before lok adalath

 

OTHERS

 
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