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Dowry Death And Presumptions Under Section 113 B Indian Evidence Act

  Aarushi   25 January 2022 at 13:09

INTRODUCTIONDowry death was first used around 1977-78 when investigations pointed out that death of many women which were earlier labelled as suicide and accidental deaths were actually due to extortion by her in-laws, for dowry from the bride. Secti ..

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The Transfer Of Property Act And What Properties Can Be Transferred

  Aarushi   18 January 2022 at 09:57

What is the Transfer of Property ActThe Transfer of property Act was introduced in 1882, before this the transfer of properties were governed by the English Laws in India. This Act is an extension of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 and has 6 chapters w ..

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Evolution Of Women’s Right To Property In India

  Aarushi   15 January 2022 at 14:00

Introduction Since time immemorial, women always had to fight for all of their rights. One such rights is the Right to Property. In a Hindu household, it was always assumed that the girl would marry one day and leave the house and thus, it was only t ..

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Supreme Court Discusses The Ambit Of Section 409, 420, 477: A Of IPC And Section 13(2) And 13(1)(D) Of The PC Act

  Aarushi   17 December 2021 at 15:58

KEY TAKEAWAYS While giving the judgement on a case, the Supreme Court specified certain criteria which need to be fulfilled in order for the offence to come under section 409, 420, 477-A of IPC and section 13(2) and 13(1)(d) of the PC Act. The provis ..

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Changing The Nature Of Building From Residential To Commercial

  Aarushi   16 December 2021 at 12:55

KEY TAKEAWAYS In this article, we talk about the various aspects of conversion of a land from Residential to Commercial purposes. All these procedures have to be passed by the local authorities, keeping in mind any previous contracts or lease. These ..

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Narrow Concepts Of Merits Provides A Veil Only For The Higher Castes To Mask Their Caste Identities

  Aarushi   13 December 2021 at 10:36

KEY TAKEAWAYS Supreme Court judge, Justice Chandrachud delivered the 13th B. R. Ambedkar Memorial Lecture on “Conceptualising marginalisation; Agency, Assertion and Personhood”, an event organised by the Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, ..

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