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Victim Compensation Scheme for Criminal Cases

The provisions of Section 357A of the Code of Criminal Procedure govern the compensation for the rehabilitation of victims. This section states that the State Government in co-operation with the Centr…

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All About Getting Bail in India

In India, Criminal law is governed be Indian Penal Code (IPC) , Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) & Indian Evidence Act (IEA).

IPC - states different types of sections/offences under which a person ca…

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Fighting False 498A & 406 IPC Case

The terror of Immediate arrests in 498A coupled along with 406 IPC is back as the latest ruling of Supreme Court gives back the power to police to exercise this option.

Though the intent of Section…

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Partnership Deed and Registration of Firm

Partnership is a relationship between two or more persons who have agreed to share profit or loss of the business carried by them.

Registration Of Partnership Firm     

According to Partne…

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Challenge SUSPENSION FROM GOVERNMENT JOB in Court

Suspension from government job is different from getting fired from a private job. Suspension can be defined as temporary withdrawal of duties from a government servant, pending inquiry into his condu…

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All About Getting Bail in NDPS Cases

Bail in NDPS Cases

Compliance of Section 50 of the NDPS Act while Making an Arrest

The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 prevents any person tomanufacture, possess, sell, purchase, transport, a…

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SECTION 156 (3) AND 200 OF CRPC

Section 156 (3) of CrPC states that rules about a police officers power to investigate a cognizable offence. 156 states that:

(1) Any officer in charge of a police station may, without the order of…

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FIR in Chandigarh Panchkula Mohali Zirakpur

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FIR

The statements under section 154 of CrPC are considered to be FIR; this nomenclature is given to the court under section 207 of CrPC, which provides that the statemen…

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Can builder charge for a Open Parking?

Parking spaces have usually been the matter of concern for several buyers and have been a major cause of dispute between the buyer and developer.

Also Read- DELAY IN POSSESSION COMPLAINT TO RERA PU…

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WILL BASICS

What is will?

On a person’s death his property has to be transferred his heir, and the process of transfer of the property is called as succession.

Kinds Of succession-

  • Testamentary- W…

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ACQUITTAL BASED ON HOSTILE WITNESS

HOSTILE WITNESS

Hostile witness is a witness who refuses to tell the truth in a court of law after having previously sworn that he would; or if he is open against the party who called him as a witn…

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Delay in Possession Complaint to RERA Punjab

Real Estate Regulatory Act, RERA in short was made to expedite resolution of disputes amongst builders and allottees in a fair, transparent and quick manner possibly within 60 days as the central act …

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Institutes cannot Charge Advanced Fee for a Year

In cases where students have to pay the whole year fees to the institutes for the course, and in any circumstances, they demand the refund of fees due to non-continuance of course for the unavoidable …

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CONTEMPT OF COURT

Contempt of Court is generally referred as the offence of being disobedient to or disrespectful toward a court of law and its officers in the form of behavior that opposes or defies the authority, jus…

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RERA Punjab Form M And N finally settled

Yes, the decision came in the case of Sandeep Mann versus RERA Punjab & Anr, Appeal no. 53 of 2018 along with 14 other appeals clubbed together as the issue was common in all.

The decision came fro…

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How to get Compensation from Adjudicating Officer

Getting compensation from Ajudicating Officer of Haryana RERA Panchkula Authority and RERA Punjab is a tough nut to crack as not all complaints filed under Form ‘N’ are able to fulfill the criteria la…

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Legal Notice before RERA Case for any Deficiency

The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 doesn’t stipulates any bar of sending legal notice before filing a case in District Consumer Redressal Forum of Chandigarh Panchkula Mohali for any deficiency in serv…

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Timeline of Bail when Challans Don’t get filed

Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure lays down the provisions for Anticipatory Bail. Bail means temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial on payment of bail, defined as Security s…

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Filing Defamation Case All that you need to know

Defamation means an act of harming anyone’s reputation. As per Article 19(2) of Indian Constitution, Defamation is defined as  ‘ the publication of a statement which reflects on a person’s reputation …

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FILING CASE IN PERMANENT LOK ADALAT

PERMANENT LOK ADALAT

Permanent Lok Adalat Lawyer

The permanent Lok Adalat as per the amendment act of section 22-B of Legal Services Authority Act, 2002 has been now established at the district level.  This particular bod…

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