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how to prepare a moot court memorial on child false imprisonment and death

Posted by : calantha mary   01 April 2020

Where has the case settled?

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What is the meaning of case disposed, uncontested-dismissed

Posted by : Palak Singh   01 April 2020

Case status as “Disposed” means when the case proceedings are completed. The measuring of the age of case ends on the day cases are “disposed” by the learned court. This means when the case has been finally adjudicated, rights of parties are decided and hence the case is decided and done with.

A civil or a criminal case is called disposed only after disposition of all the entered issues or charges in the case on the actual date of dismissal on the last issue/charge disposition.

When no one has opposed the facts and findings of the case it means uncontested. Thus, whatever has been filed has been accepted since no one opposed it and the case is disposed after hearing and now no more hearings are due further.

Therefore, from what I can gather from your question is that the petitioner failed to appear before the court and hence did not contest, therefore the case was disposed off, uncontested due to the failure of petitioner to show up.


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Cross examination of respondent in divorce case

Posted by : Vishalonly1 Phand   01 April 2020

cross examination of respondent is compulsory

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Eviction of tenant

Posted by : P. Venu   01 April 2020

You may search the data- base of LCI.


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Lack of definition of minority and backward in coi

Posted by : P. Venu   01 April 2020

What is the context in which the query has been posted?


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Schizophrenia

Posted by : P. Venu   01 April 2020

What are the facts?  Please post material facts, esp. as to "He reported....." To whom -why? What are the background facts?


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imprisonment of either description meaning in IPC

Posted by : Palak Singh   01 April 2020

The Indian Penal Code provides for imprisonment of two kinds, viz., simple and rigorous, and the Court must choose one or the other form in view of all the circumstances, hence the “imprisonment of either descripttion”.

Simple imprisonment will include simple works in the prison, whereas, a person facing rigorous imprisonment has to peform hard labour during his/her term.

In certain offences where both simple & rigorous imprisonment can be awarded, the court can decide which one has to be given as section 60 of IPC provides Sentence may be (in certain cases of imprisonment) wholly or partly rigorous or simple.

Now in every case in which an offender is punishable with imprisonment which may be of "either descripttion", it is to be decided by the court of law which sentence shall the offender be directed to, that is, if such imprisonment shall be wholly rigorous, or that such imprisonment shall be wholly simple, or that any part of such imprisonment shall be rigorous and the rest simple.


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What is the scope of forensic psychology in india?

Posted by : P. Venu   01 April 2020

The query suggests no legal elements or issues.


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How to tackle IPC 279 and 337

Posted by : Palak Singh   01 April 2020

According to section 337 of Indian penal code (IPC), Whoever causes hurt to any person by doing any act so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life, or the personal safety of others, shall be punished with imprisonment of either descripttion for a term which may extend to six months, or with fine which may extend to five hundred rupees, or with both.

Section 279 of IPC states that Whoever drives any vehicle, or rides, on any public way in a manner so rash or negligent as to endanger human life, or to be likely to cause hurt or injury to any other person, shall be punished with imprisonment of either descripttion for a term which may extend to six months, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both.

Now if you see carefully, both the sections deal with causing hurt by being negligent and rash. If as you claim that you weren’t negligent, then in that case you don’t need to worry. Your advocate would just need to prove that you weren’t driving negligently. You can pay fine, but if the other party decides to take forward a case against, then you will have to fight it. but, it is advised that you pay the fine and not pursue it any further as litigation takes up a lot of time and money. It will exhaust a lot of your resources and drain you not just physically but mentally also.

But if you do like to fight it and get justice, then you should engage a good lawyer and go forward with the case.


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recognition status of B.Ed degree from kashmir university in government jobs

Posted by : raghvendra pratap   01 April 2020

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Posted by : Bhaskar Goswami   01 April 2020

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How can a sole proprietor share the profits?

Posted by : Hemant Agarwal   01 April 2020

1. AFTER paying all the govt. dues and Income Tax on the Profits generated, the Prop. Firm, can do whatever with its profits, which includes giving /sharing it with Employees /Gift /Donate /whatever ..... with anybody, without any restrictions.

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Schizophrenia

Posted by : Hemant Agarwal   01 April 2020

1. During any Legal Dispute /Claim /Stake /whatever .... the Court recognises a proper assessment and report of only a Govt. Hospital Doctor and NOT a private doctor's assessment report /opinion.

2. Visit the State Govt. /Municipal Hospital and have yourself evaluated for mental stability etc.... which includes mental disease ie schizophrenia.  This Govt. report shall be legally conclusive & final for all purposes, including Govt. Job, Education, Marriage, Monetary claims, Insurance etc....

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personal loans

Posted by : Hemant Agarwal   01 April 2020

1. You can file a Police FIR, requesting investigation and charge-sheet, for offences like Threatening, Intimidation, Fraud, Breach of Trust, Mischief etc.... against the threatening agent /person, supported with all relevant supporting Documents, Evidences & Witnesses.

2.  IF the Police does not take action, THEN you can file private criminal case u/s 156(3) Cr.P.C., in the local Magistrates court, seeking directions to the Police to investigate and file charge sheet.

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govt employee engaged in bussiness activity

Posted by : Hemant Agarwal   01 April 2020

Originally posted by : OM PRAKASH
If the original querist Ranjeet Singh is unemployed, so it is not because of some Govt. employee is engaged in a business also, but the failure of the former (OQ). So instead of being envy of the Govt. employee, the former (OQ) should utilize his energy in improving his ability/ chances of getting a job.

BEWARE of people like "OM PRAKASH" (a Frustrated & poisonous forked tongue Expert), wherein he continously spews out his Frustrations against various voluntary EXPERTS and the QUERISTS of this Forum, with ONLY NEGATIVE CRITICISM, WITHOUT ANY MEANINGFUL OR CONSTRUCTIVE ADVISE.


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govt employee engaged in bussiness activity

Posted by : OM PRAKASH   01 April 2020

If the original querist Ranjeet Singh is unemployed, so it is not because of some Govt. employee is engaged in a business also, but the failure of the former (OQ). So instead of being envy of the Govt. employee, the former (OQ) should utilize his energy in improving his ability/ chances of getting a job.

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Time period to resolve partition suit

Posted by : Sayantan Misra   01 April 2020

Hello! As you have mentioned, the Will of your grandfather clearly specifies the area which will fall in your uncle's part, and the area that belongs to your father. So, if your uncle does not follow the Will, then you better file a partition suit and the Court will designate how much your uncle can get as per the will.

And regarding the time taken for partition suit, it is similar to that of any other civil litigation. There is no standard rule that partition suit will drag on for many years, neither can it be guaranteed that the suit will be disposed of immediately. So, you'll have to keep faith in the Court and fight for justice.

Thanks and Regards.

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Repair of private terrace

Posted by : Kishor Mehta   01 April 2020

Since the society does have a conditional access to the terrace, the responsibility for repairs will depend on the terms of agreement with which the member was given exclusive use of the terrace.


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