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Blog posts December 2018

Benefits Of Insolvency law For Corporate

NCLT Chandigarh lawyer and Advocates

A single law for insolvency and bankruptcy in India is Insolvency and bankruptcy code,2016. This code was introduced in Lower house in December,2015 and passed on 5 May,2016.

This code was fram…

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CONSUMER COMPLAINT AGAINST MATRIMONIAL WEBSITES

The Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum has granted an award to pay Rs.52,000 to an Ambala Resident after she filed a complaint on the unsatisfactory service of a matrimonial match-finding firm.

Consumer Complaint Against Matrimonial Websites

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Pay Anomaly as Service Issue

To hike the salaries of Central Government employees beyond what the 7th Pay Commission had recommended, the government has now modified the definition of pay anomaly.

This could signal some good n…

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Defamation Laws in India

Defamation Laws in India

Introduction to Defamation Laws

Defamation is oral or written statement that hurts someone’s reputation. In Bhagwat Gita, “For a Man of honour Defamation is worse than death”. It is considered …

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Anticipatory Bail from High Court

Bail is temporary release of an accused person who is waiting for his trial.

Sometimes bail is given on conditions to guarantee that the person will appear in court.

Also Read- ANTICIPATORY BAIL…

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Role Of Adjudicating Officer in RERA

The Real Estate ( Regulation And Development) Act, 2016.

The purpose of this act is to protect home buyers and to increase investments in real estate industry.

Real Estate Regulatory Authority h…

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Medical facilities for Short-Service officers in Army

AFT Chandigarh Lawyers and Advocates

Good news for SSCOs and ECOs (retired short service and emergency commissioned officers) as Supreme Court ordered restoration of Medical facilities in next two months.

The MOD (Ministry of Defe…

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Interim Maintenance under Divorce Act

The duty to pay spousal maintenance post-divorce is found in Section 7 of the Divorce Act, 70 of 1979. This duty arise in two ways:

Interim Maintenance
 


Section 7(1) of the Act provides that the court, when g…

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Enforcement of Arbitral Awards

Execution of Arbitral Awards

Execution of a Arbitral Award

Definitions and preliminary proceedings

1. What is the definition of an arbitral award in your jurisdiction for the purpose of enforcement proceedings?

Arbi…

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Information to be asked under RTI?

INFORMATION THAT CAN BE ASKED UNDER RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005 is one of the most powerful tools in the hands of the people, especially in a democratic coun…

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TCP to complete projects in Faridabad

HRERA making it clear and shifting the onus on Town and Country Planning of completion of project clearly said, that since the sanctions and approvals are done by TCP, they are bound for completion of…

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PROTEST PETITION TO CHALLENGE POLICE REPORT

Judiciary had played an important role towards increasing the role of the victim. One of the important judicial creation in this direction is Protest Petition. Though this term ‘Protest Petition’ is n…

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Calculating Maintenance during Divorce

Maintenance after divorce is given for providing financial support to wife.

In India Maintenance is given to children, parents and wife after divorce which means that those persons who are entitled…

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ARREST UNDER EXCISE ACT

The Central Excise Act, 1944 was enforced for regulation of implementation and collection of Central excise duty that is imposed on manufacture or production of excisable goods in India.

  The Cent…

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Chargesheet In Criminal Case

Criminal Charge: An accusation of crime formulated in a written complaint , information or indictment and taking shape in a prosecution.

Criminal Case: Prosecution by the State of a person or organ…

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Role of Town and Country Planning (TCP) in RERA Cases

Role of Town and Country Planning in RERA Cases

In Gurbaksh Singh vs ABW Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd , the HRERA Panchkula Authority has held that TCP is duty bound to ensure completion of licensed projects since based on their assurance and necess…

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Legally Enforceable Debt in Cheque Bounce Cases

 

A legally enforceable debt means the debt which is contracted in accordance to law and which is not opposed to public policy, i.e., wagering contracts, debt obtained for running brothel or a…

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FILING OF CAVEAT IN PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT

Caveat in High Court Chandigarh

What is a Caveat?

A Caveat is a Latin term which means, 'let a person beware'. It is a prior notice sent to a person who is presumed to be affected in any manner while an order is to be deliver…

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Closing of FIR via Closure Report

How to Close a FIR

The term “report" has been defined to mean “to give an account of, to relate, to tell, to convey or disseminate information, communicate; deliver information; make an announcement; make known; spe…

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CBI investigation of your case by High Court Chandigarh

CBI Investigation by High Court Chandigarh

CBI : Central Bureau Of Investigation.

CBI is an investigating agency.

It operates under Ministry Of Personnel Public Grievance And Pensions Of India

CBI investigate special crimes ,high …

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