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ABOUT STAMP PAPERS AND MODE OF GETTING REFUND

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    08 January 2010 at 22:46

1 Where from the stamps/Stamp Papers can be purchased? The Non-Judicial Stamp papers can be purchased from the Licensed Stamp Vendors. 2. How the stamp papers are reached to the Public? The Stamp papers of lower denomination of Rs.10/- Rs.20/- are ..


Posted in Civil Law  1 comments |   4180 Views


PARTNERSHIP AND FAQ

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    03 September 2009 at 08:58

1. Should a partnership firm be registered?Not necessarily. However, unless a partnership firm is registered with the registrar of firms and societies, the rights of the partners inter se or against strangers cannot be enforced in a court of law. If ..


Posted in Civil Law |   2448 Views


Circumstantial Evidence : A Glance

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    03 September 2009 at 08:58

Circumstantial evidence is used in criminal courts to decide the fate of accused by establishing guilt or innocence through reasoning. According to Benthem witnesses are the "eyes and ears of justice". But testimony of witnesses is not alwa ..


Posted in Criminal Law |   2858 Views


Section 498 (A) IPC A Critical Analysis

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    03 September 2009 at 08:58

"Some women are indeed better (than men). Bring her up, O Lord of men. There are women who are wise, virtuous, who have high regard for mother-in-law, and who are chaste. To such noble wife may be born a valiant son, a Lord of Realms, who will r ..


Posted in Criminal Law |   2740 Views


A tip to advocates for defence in a case of strangulation

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    18 August 2009 at 14:28

Very often we hear of deaths due to strangulation. Strangulation is a violent type of death due to asphyxia resulting from the constriction of neck by means of ligature or any other means where body is not su ..


Posted in Criminal Law |   1217 Views


Right of Abortion v. Child in Mother's Womb

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    18 August 2009 at 14:28

How mother can be beta noir of her child, especially of unborn child? Woman can give birth to man. This distinct quality places her on both advantageous and disadvantageous stance. She has right to motherhood but ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   1162 Views


SENIOR CITIZENS AND THEIR RIGHTS

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    12 August 2009 at 23:40

Rights Of Senior Citizen : Need Of The HourBy despising all that has preceded us,We teach others to despise our selfAgeing is a natural process, which inevitably occurs in human life cycle. It brings with a host of challenges in the life of the elder ..


Posted in Constitutional Law  1 comments |   3387 Views


Self - Regulation In Advertising - A Glance

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    12 August 2009 at 23:40

The advertising industry has a reasonably effective and efficient self-regulation mechanism. By self –regulation it is meant that advertisements should be such that they do not violate the Code of self regulation , laid down by various statutes ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   1763 Views


SIGNIFICANCE OF LOK ADALAT

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    12 August 2009 at 23:40

Camps of Lok Adalat were started initially in Gujarat in March 1982 and now it has been extended throughout the Country. The evolution of this movement was a part of the strategy to relieve heavy burden on the Courts with pending cases. The reason to ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   3669 Views


CAVEAT - A GLANCE

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    24 July 2009 at 13:41

A Caveat is an entry made in the books of the offices of a register or court to prevent a certain step being taken without previous notice to the person entering the caveat. In other words, a caveat is a caution or warning giving notice to the court ..


Posted in Civil Law |   9066 Views


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