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Civil Law Articles

Eviction of tenants

  Uma parameswaran   15 February 2009 at 13:19

The eviction of tenants was permissible on following grounds. 1. The tenant has committed any damage to the rental property. 2. The property is required for demolition and reconstruction. 3. If needed for conducting any business for the owner. 4. If ..

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Personal Injury Lawyer - Do We Need Them?

  AEJAZ AHMED   18 December 2008 at 21:19

Personal Injury Lawyer - Do We Need Them? Following an accident you'll hear a person say that they don't need to see a personal injury lawyer, TOO expensive! In this article we will set out for you some reasons why NOT seeking, at minimum, a consulta ..

Posted in Civil Law |   1576 Views

a study on compulsory attestation of documents

  tnv ramana murthy   09 December 2008 at 12:46

In day to day life we across number documents in connection with lease hold rights ,sale transactions,gifts and mortgages.These docuemtns are governed by the provisions of TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT ' in india.As per the provisons of TRANSFER OF PROOPE ..

Posted in Civil Law |   10871 Views

Hindu succession

  Rajeev S Vadrali   09 December 2008 at 00:24

As per the recent amendment to the Hindu succession act. woman will have the equal share in the ancestral properties of her family She becomes the coparcener. She will not get any share if there is already partition between the family members. ev ..

Posted in Civil Law |   1878 Views


  Prakash Yedhula   07 December 2008 at 20:37

The Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005 STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONSThe Hindu Succession Act, 1956 has amended and codified the law relating to intestate succession among Hindus. The Act brought about changes in the law of succession among Hin ..

Posted in Civil Law |   5155 Views

Contracts for Lay Man

  Siddharth Chitturi   07 December 2008 at 19:34

Agreement, bond, indenture, deal, are some of the terms which are almost known to all but is it known that these terms implicate towards “contracts”. All the aforesaid are nothing but the synonyms for the term contract. These contracts ha ..

Posted in Civil Law |   1799 Views

Land acquisition for industrial purpose

  G. ARAVINTHAN   22 November 2008 at 14:44

The law's objective is to help the people. But more often than not, legalities of end up confusing the public rather than help them. NR Chandran demystifies the Land Acquisition Act The Land Acquisition Act has been enacted to provide for compens ..

Posted in Civil Law |   3056 Views

What does 'unfair trade practices' mean?

  Shambasiv   06 November 2008 at 19:41

The expression 'unfair trade practice' is one which is elaborately defined in the Consumer Protection Act and the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act. However, much of the litigation in both forums centres around it. When the MRTP Commissi ..

Posted in Civil Law |   4052 Views


  Sanjay Agarwal   02 October 2008 at 13:37

Law has to be interpreted according to the intention of the legislature and in consonance with the needs of the time .To enforce equitable justice where legislature and executive are found lacking . People can not left remediless because the act d ..

Posted in Civil Law |   2237 Views

The Indian Succession Act

  G. ARAVINTHAN   18 September 2008 at 00:09

The Indian Succession Act came into effect on 30thSeptember, 1925. As per S. 4, Part II of the Act shall not applyif the deceased was a Hindu, Muhammadan, Buddhist, Sikh orJaina. Section 20 of Part III of the Act is not applicable to anymarriage cont ..

Posted in Civil Law |   2699 Views

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