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Comparison between Indian Administrative Law and English Administrative Law

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dr g balakrishnan Wrote on 28 October 2017

good article. sir, when in kesavanandabharati , separation of powers are well discussed, when so how Modi talks that if the states do not have BJP governments the central govt will not share central funds to states ruled by opposition parties, when it is clear art 196-201 specifically provide law making powers, and parliament is eclipsed on state lists, why he behaves arbitrary? pls write your views in a separate article - i publish a book on self deception syndrome of politicians in india to be published by notion publishers, chennai.



Divorce by Mutual Consent: The Way Ahead

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Nishtha Malhotra Wrote on 27 October 2017

@ Mr. Sandeep Rai: Thank u so very much



What you need to do, before booking a flat?

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vswaminathan Wrote on 27 October 2017

See > https://www.facebook.com/swaminathanv3/posts/1475317759211172



Divorce by Mutual Consent: The Way Ahead

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Sandeep rai Wrote on 26 October 2017

Excellent



Now, Property Transfer Deed by Senior Citizen Parent to negligent children can be revoked even if there is NO recital of Welfare Clause in the Transfer deed !

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A.A.JOSE BARODA Wrote on 26 October 2017

This is a useful contribution. This judgement needs ti be widely shared so as to educate senior citizens & neglected parents.



Arm Forces Special Power Act and Violation of Human Rights a contrast toward Swarajya in Contemporary India

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suneetyadavadvocate Wrote on 25 October 2017

bad article... propaganda posting



Court can Grant Divorce even if the facts of the case do not provide a ground for the same

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Nadeem Qureshi Wrote on 22 October 2017

Dear Kumar Sahab article 142 is related to special power of supreme court, hence the supreme court may declare this divorce but can not granted by family court on this ground.



Indian Judiciary System - Revamping: Need of the hour

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T V Krishnamurthy Wrote on 21 October 2017

Judgments should NOT violate the law. This happens in a number of inheritance cases where respondents do NOT appear in court and judgments are pronounced in favour of petitioner. The constitutional position is in my view very simple - "assets of an individual may NOT be given to another". This is specifically in all legacy property cases and in many of them the respondents are constrained to keep away from court and the properties are handed over to petitioner for administration, and as administrator the petitioner now cheats. If the legacy assets are handed over to Asset Management Company for administration then petitioner has no opportunity to cheat. The legal society should look at this aspect and NOT wait for few decades to correct legal errors. This is from my personal experience recently.



Indian Judiciary System - Revamping: Need of the hour

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K Rajasekharan Wrote on 21 October 2017

A well written article, covering a lot many ills of Indian judiciary. Congratulations.



Indian Judiciary System - Revamping: Need of the hour

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Ripudaman A Wrote on 20 October 2017

Nice attempt. First of LAW OF PERJURY should be stricter and be enforced. Lies not allowed. Obtaining certified copies of orders is duplication of work and should be minimized. The day the order is pronounced in the court, copies should be available by same or next day. Task force of judges should be made to complete pending cases. Multiple cases of same parties and same cause of action are not merged or remain to be merged for several years. Govt is one of main litigant, it has to re-look. I have been fighting in courts for last 40 years for self and on behalf of my companies( being LL.B and CS). Judges have powers to do many things suo moto but they lack courage. When ever a Judge would fine defendants for delay or absence, the lawyer of plaintiff will pocket fine-amount and if plaintiff pays fine for some reason, the plaintiff has to bear. Lawyers agree initially at one fee and after some time start asking for daily appearance. They have become shameless, thick skinned and are just after money and count how many cases they get ADDITIONALLY AND COMMIT 200 or even more cases and sent their juniors to take date. Departmental e.g. customs and income tax adjudications are most of the times biased in favor revenue collection. Apart from Law. enforcer to be purged. A GOOD PERSON CAN MAKE BEST OUT OF WORST SYSTEM AND BAD PERSON CAN WORSEN THE A BEST SYSTEM


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