Marriages are made in heaven and divorces are made in courts.Relationships are complex and they do end up sometimes. Nowadays in Indian society, divorces are common and it�s no longer a taboo. Divorces are painful but it�s better to give
Divorce Laws in India-2017, Divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act, section 13(B) of Hindu Marriage act, 1955. Guidelines under 498A CrPC- registration of FIR, Family Welfare Communities and Divorce laws.
A trade mark is a visual symbol applied to an article with a view to indicate the trade source from which it comes. It can be a word, device, label, name, letter, numeral, brand, heading or colors. The purpose of the trade mark is to distinguish good
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, is one of the newest entries to the legal framework of the country. This code has been a much awaited introduction to the financial laws in India and it aims at protecting the interests of small investors an
INTRODUCTION TO THE SARFAESI ACT, 2002India is the world�s third largest economy. In order to keep pace with the fast evolving economies of the developed countries and to secure its position amongst the fastest developing countries, it is of ut
What is agreement to sale ?An agreement to sale always precedes the process of actual execution of the sale deed. An agreement to sale is a very important stage of the whole process. An agreement to sell is an important document in the process of sal
IntroductionGoing through a divorce settlement is not easy. With an ongoing maintenance suit coupled with other allegations, it gets severely difficult. The excruciating aftermath of a divorce settlement often involves the battle for the physical cus
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The meaning of bail is "the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial, sometimes on condition that a sum of money is lodged to guarantee their appearance in court"
Mridangra J. Hira Lal Suchak V. Neena M SuchakCivil Appeal No 69 of 1980, Supreme Court reported in 1 (1983) D.M.C. page 360. In this case, father was given custody of child mother gets visitation. Ms. Kala Aggarwal V Suraj Prakash Aggarwal & ORS