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23 February 2016 at 17:30


  POSTED BY Aapka Consultant

DEFINITION OF AFFIDAVITS:The general clauses act,The General Clauses Act defines �Affidavit� as a document that include affirmation and declaration in the case of persons by law allowed to affirm or declare instead of swearing. It is a vo

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16 February 2016 at 10:22

Memorandum of understanding

  POSTED BY Aapka Consultant

Basic Information-In the language of Black’s Law Dictionary, the concept of Memorandum of Understanding is considered as a non-committal written statement detailing the preliminary understanding of the parties who plan to e

  11 comments |   2814 Views

17 December 2015 at 13:33

The use of visual aids in legal preparation

  POSTED BY Member (Account Deleted)

Visual aid means those tools that make things visible before one�s eyes. It includes photograph, plans, models, diagrams, pictures, videos, ppts etc. These tools will boost the performance in court in many counts. I will first discuss how we

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27 November 2015 at 10:23

Why Should You Invest in a Legal Case Management Software?

  POSTED BY azzaam qasim

Over the years, many softwares have been developed to organize work and make it more efficient. Case management softwares are one such necessity in any operation nowadays. In law firms, these case management softwares can help manage cases, clients a

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26 May 2015 at 10:42

Layout Approved by DTCP? Or PU?

  POSTED BY Sri Vijayan.A

Layout Approved by DTCP? Or PU?I have been asked many times by many persons over mail, phone and in person what is the difference between Approval [of plots] by DTCP and Panchayat Union [PU]? What is the validity of PU approval?Somebody say unapprove

  10 comments |   2841 Views

17 March 2012 at 15:14

Interpretation and its Rule

  POSTED BY Diganta Paul

Meaning In simple understanding legal document are drafted by the professional with the help of legal word to create more value of the document which is not possible for a normal person to be understand without having legal knowledge. So proper

  1 comments |   11398 Views

05 November 2011 at 12:35

Principles of Legal Writing

  POSTED BY ambrish

This article is intended for an overview on legal drafting and difference of legal English and general English. The principles are based on personal practical experience and observation of legal writing of Justices, J

  37 comments |   23963 Views

19 June 2011 at 21:56

If Lawyers Can Practice In All Courts Why Not Full Time Law Professors: A Necessity of Engaged School

  POSTED BY Dr Tabrez Ahmad

Now, lawyers can practise, as a matter of right, in all courts and forums, including tribunals or any quasi-judicial authority. The lawyers will be able to practise in courts across the country irrespective of their enrollment in any bar council w

  24 comments |   12555 Views

27 April 2011 at 23:21

Role of Intention in Fixation of Tortuous Liability

  POSTED BY Sudeep Ranjan

ROLE OF INTENTION IN FIXATION OF TORTIOUS LIBILITY by SREEJAYAN V SUBHAM BATAR SUDEEP RANJAN INTRODUCTION It is very important to understand the meaning of tortuous liability or rather the nature of tort law in order to understand its pur

  1 comments |   10325 Views

25 April 2011 at 09:40

Importance of Internal Aid In English Law

  POSTED BY Sudeep Ranjan


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21 March 2011 at 20:05

Phishing Scams in India and Legal Provisions

  POSTED BY Neeraj Aarora

The media runs stories on an almost daily basis covering the latest bank to have their customers targeted and how many victims succumbed to the attack. It may be you too. Suppose, one day you open your email, and found a weird looking mail, somethin

  2 comments |   6281 Views

25 September 2010 at 19:51

Order11, Rule 21 of the CPC


BMM ADV LH GTH PAGINATION Bapoo M. MalcolmAdvocate, High CourtBlock ‘B’, Jaiphal Terrace, 2nd. Floor, 31, K.V.N. Naik Path,Mumbai 400-036, INDIAPhone & FAX: +91-(22)-2386-1776, Mobile: +91-98696-06978e mail: A note on Order 11, Rule 21, of the C

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19 August 2010 at 17:26


  POSTED BY Sameer Sharma

THE GOLDEN RULE OF INTERPRETATION The golden rule is that the words of a statute must prima facie be given their ordinary meaning. It is yet another rule of construction that when the words of the statute are clear, plain and unambiguous, then the c

  1 comments |   38807 Views

09 August 2010 at 15:20

incease in rent

  POSTED BY Pramod Agrawal

Dear all, In Delhi, if any landlord and his tanent entered into an agreement paying court fee for Rs.2400/- in which landlord lease his house for 2 year expired on 31.10.2010 or more to the tanent for monthly rent of 10000/- per month. is the landl

  7 comments |   8867 Views

09 August 2010 at 15:19

Utmost Good Faith in Insurance Contracts

  POSTED BY Prithvi

Introduction- Insurance contracts are a special class of contracts which are guided by certain basic principles like those of utmost good faith, insurable interest, proximate cause, indemnity, subrogation and contribution. As such, an insurance con

  1 comments |   37300 Views

07 June 2010 at 08:46

Know your rights to legal compensation in Australia

  POSTED BY Josh Fraser

It is important to be aware of your legal rights, options and entitlements when you have experienced an injury and the best way to establish where you stand legally is to discuss your specific situation by speaking to a personal injury lawyer. By co

  0 comments |   3644 Views

07 June 2010 at 08:46

Workplace accidents and your right to knowledge

  POSTED BY Jo Banks

Workplace accidents are a big threat to the health of workers and it’s an employers’ responsibility to ensure that there are preventative measures in place. Fellow workers have a joint duty of care to themselves and their colleagues to b

  0 comments |   4308 Views

07 March 2010 at 14:44


  POSTED BY Atin kumar Das


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16 February 2010 at 12:52


  POSTED BY raj kumar makkad

The following officers have been designated as state level/information officers/district level public information officers/block level assistant public information officers in terms of section 5 of the right to information act,2005 as notified in th

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03 February 2010 at 18:57

Unique Identification Authority of India

  POSTED BY raj kumar makkad

The Big Four – KPMG, Deloitte, Ernst and Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers – are in a fray for snapping up the consultant’s job for the Unique Identification Authority of India’s UID project. These four have cleared the first t

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