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Dishonour of cheque & its consequences

  K Rajasekharan    05 September 2019 at 15:36

What a cheque in law meansA cheque is a transferrable (negotiable) instrument in writing, containing an unconditional order signed by its maker (drawer), directing a specified banker (drawee) to pay on demand, the sum of money specified on the instru ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   2479 Views

Application for execution

  K Rajasekharan    26 August 2019 at 15:11

The term execution of a decree refers to the process for enforcing or giving effect to the judgment, decree or order of the court. The execution is the mechanism though which the decree holder realises the fruits of the decree ordered by the court. ..

Posted in Students  1 comments |   2816 Views

Partition Suit: Principles & Practices

  K Rajasekharan    05 August 2019 at 17:44

Partition meaning, partition suit in India, preliminary decree meaning, preliminary decree for partition, Final decree in partition suit, Section 8 of Partition Act. ..

Posted in Civil Law  2 comments |   19936 Views

Burden of Proof under Indian Evidence Act

  K Rajasekharan    22 July 2019 at 13:00

IntroductionThe term burden of proof, which is not defined in the Indian Evidence Act, 1882, essentially refers to the legal responsibility of a party in a case to prove the existence of any fact as true in a judicial proceeding.The burden of proof c ..

Posted in Others |   1928 Views

What a family Settlement essentially is

  K Rajasekharan    15 July 2019 at 12:15

What a family settlement means Family settlement precisely is an arrangement or agreement entered into by the members of a family for division of property. It aims at the settlement of actual or apprehended family disputes, by compromising on some do ..

Posted in Civil Law  3 comments |   1408 Views

Stages of a Civil Suit in a nutshell

  K Rajasekharan    09 July 2019 at 10:21

Stages of civil suit in india.Order vi of cpc. Cpc order vii. Presentation of plain meaning. Affidavit for plaint. Who can appear in court. Service of summons. Court summons delivery. Written statement under cpc. Hearing of parties ..

Posted in Civil Law  9 comments |   5410 Views

Husband's right to get Maintenance from his wife

  K Rajasekharan    17 June 2019 at 11:27

A deserving husband of a woman married under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 has every right to get maintenance. But no other law of similar kind provides for a husband to get maintenance from his wife.The term �maintenance� includes a wide ..

Posted in Family Law  1 comments |   9799 Views

Tips on preparing Written Arguments

  K Rajasekharan    14 June 2019 at 13:51

A civil case essentially is all about claim of some legal right by one party and the denial of it by the other party, resulting in a judgement by a dispassionate judge functioning as an arbiter or umpire. In a criminal case, the prosecution charges t ..

Posted in Legal Documents  10 comments |   42060 Views

Disposal of Property or Documents during Trial

  K Rajasekharan    03 June 2019 at 17:01

Disposal of property or documents by the criminal court during inquiry or trial is a crucial issue in some cases.The legal provision relating to it is well provided for in the Chapter 34 consisting of Sections 451 to 459 of the Criminal Procedure Cod ..

Posted in Criminal Law  1 comments |   2826 Views

Will: Its legal aspects in a nutshell

  K Rajasekharan    20 May 2019 at 13:10

IntroductionLaw relating to Will is a difficult and complicated branch of law. It is mainly because Will comes into effect only after the death of the person making it and it is many a time drafted by someone with little knowledge of law and command ..

Posted in Civil Law  1 comments |   850 Views

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