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KESHAVANAND BHARTI V. STATE OF KERALA-analysis

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Adinath@Avinash Patil Wrote on 09 September 2009

Thank for giving deails.



How to change your lawyer

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Adv.Aiyer VLV Wrote on 09 September 2009

A party can ask another lawyer additional to earlier lawyer. As long as the new lawyer ensures it is not a case of escapement of fee, he can act additional without removing first advocate. regards VLV



How to change your lawyer

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Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar Wrote on 07 September 2009

A party can engage another lawyer, only with the consent of first lawyer. For disengagement/termination of a lawyer leave of the court is necessary.



Property Registration : Some Frequently Asked Questions

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anuradha Wrote on 28 August 2009

Hello Sir, Your article is really helpful and worth to be read. Thanks a lot for sharing such a valuable information.Everyone should read your article it is a must. Hav a nice day!



94. Compromise in non compoundable cases

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Anish goyal Wrote on 28 August 2009

Tripathi sir thank a lot for such a great information. I was earlier confused on this topic. But you have cleared all the questions



94. Compromise in non compoundable cases

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Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar Wrote on 27 August 2009

Appology and errata: Due to inadvertence, before the title of the article the digit "94." is unnesessarily shown. Typographical error is regretted and it is deleted.



The Concept of Public Policy

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A. Patrawala Advocate Wrote on 25 August 2009

The President of India's Secretariat has treansferred the Petition on 20th August, 2009 to the Governement of Gujarat: Shri hasmukh Adhia, Secretary (GAD ), General Administrative Department, Sachivalay Complex, Gandhinagar-10 according to Author's Request/Grievance No.PRSEC/E/2009/02905 dtd. 02-08-2009. Will Shri Narendra Modi: Chief Minister of Gujarat will rise to the ocassion ???



An Open Stautory Notice to Union of India

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A. Patrawala Advocate Wrote on 25 August 2009

The President of India's Secretariat has transferred the Petition on 17th August 2009 to Shri R. Raghupati, Joint Secretary & Government Counsel, Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India, Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi. Tele. No. 23384162 according to Author's Request/Grievance No. PRSEC/E/2009/02887 dtd.01/08/2009



Rights of nominee vis-à-vis legal heirs

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Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar Wrote on 25 August 2009

Thank you Shri Rao and Shri Ganeshan! Answer to query of Shri Ganeshan is in positive. The object of making a nominee is to specify a person to whom the dues are to be paid so that debtor may be discharged. Payer has no concern with interse rights of legal heirs which can be decided only by a civil suit.



Rights of nominee vis-à-vis legal heirs

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G. GANESAN Wrote on 24 August 2009

Sir, whether payment made to the nominee is a complete discharge as far as the payer is concerned without going into the question of legal heirs or successors.


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