Key Points This article specifically talks about the Section 6, 56, 62, 70, 97 and 483 of the CrPC. There are different types of criminal courts in a State. Every arrested person has to be presented before a Magistrate. The procedure for the summons ..
Key Takeaways The Civil Procedure Code (CPC) was formulated to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the procedure of courts of civil judicature. Order 7 Rule 1 of the CPC provides certain particulars which are required to be stated in the Plain ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS There are two main acts which govern the succession in India:The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 and the Indian Succession Act, 1925. Probate is certified by the court of competent jurisdiction which is a certified legal document with the se ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS To obtain a legal heir certificate, a person needs to apply in the respective area’s tehsildar’s office or corporation/municipality office or district civil court. The spouse, children, parents of the deceased can apply for ..
A Sale Agreement constitutes all the terms and conditions of the sale of a property (movable or immovable) to the buyer. Under the Indian Registration Act, 1908, an agreement for the transfer of rights of immovable property of value more than Rs. 100 ..
Key Takeaways Sale is defined under Section 54 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882. A sale deed is a legal document that proves that the seller has given the purchaser absolute ownership of a property. A conveyance deed is a legal document between ..
Key Takeaways Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code defines the offence of rape. Section 53A of the CrPC contains provisions that state how the accused is examined in rape cases. Section 164 of CrPC establishes the procedure for examining rape victims ..
“Legal Custody", in a family law context, is a type of Child Custody that grants a parent the right to make long-term, important decisions regarding their children. The issue of ‘Child Custody’ arises during judicial separation ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The imminence and the importance of the Indian Penal Code with regards to its history is noticeable and of much use. Section 491 talks about how people can help others in need even if they need to sacrifice and/or maybe downsize their o ..
Key Takeaways The Apex Court in Bhimrao Ramchandra Khalate (D) v. Nana Dinkar Yadav (Tanpura) determined whether a deed is of absolute transfer or mortgage by a conditional sale. Mortgages are covered by Sections 58 to 98 of the Transfer of Property ..