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Distribution of Property if there is no Will

Distribution of Property if there is no Will

Muslim Law of Succession: Non –testamentary inheritance of property takes place only after the death of the person and any child born into a Muslim family does not inherit property right after his birth. There are 12 shares in the property and the share of each person may vary under certain circumstances. These sharers are-HusbandWifeDaughterDaughter of a son or son’s son or son’s son’s son and so onFatherPaternal grandfatherMotherGrandmo... Read More

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Medical Negligence and Liability of Doctor in India

Medical Negligence and Liability of Doctor in India

Medical Negligence law in India: There is no legislation specifically to medical negligence in India. However, the judicial precedence by the court was acted to give compensation to the victims. The supreme court in its several important judgments has tried to define the Medical Negligence law in India. Medical Negligence laws in India are not only covered under the criminal liability of a doctor or other medical practitioner but also in the civi... Read More

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What are the Conjugal Rights for Divorce?

What are the Conjugal Rights for Divorce?

Rejection of the application of restitution of conjugal rights: There are certain cases where the court may deny the application for the restitution of conjugal rights, but there has to be a proper reason for the denial of the conjugal rights which are as follows:If the spouse or the defendant is staying away or apart is due to any type of matrimonial issues or problems then the application may be denied.If the spouse or the petitioner has commit... Read More

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Is Polygamy Legal in India

Is Polygamy Legal in India

Polygamy in the Muslim marriage act under Islam has not been abolished in India but it is also not very widely followed and is often removed from the scene via a special clause introduced in the marriage contract by those who find it morally offensive. The groom, or the bride-to-be, may assert monogamy as a mandatory condition in marriage and, once signed, it obligates the parties to not enter into any formal or informal marriage contract with an... Read More

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Renew Birth Certificate in India

Renew Birth Certificate in India

Online MethodThe offline procedure has its pros such as people who are not well equipped with technology can get their copy of birth certificate without being worried about how to use the internet to go about the process. But for people who can apply online, it’s better to do it as there is a lot of rush in the municipal office.  It is flexible to apply online as there is no time period which is not the case in offline applications. The online... Read More

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Protection of Children from Sexual Offences

Protection of Children from Sexual Offences

ProcedureA 2007 study on child abuse by the Ministry of Women and Child Development showed that about 53.22% of children are facing one or more forms of sexual abuse, most of which are not even reported due to fear, shyness, or external pressure. Thus, there is an immense need to make it child-friendly so that they can avail themselves it. The procedure followed is as follows:Medical Examination of the Child - After it is acknowledged that an off... Read More

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How to Deal with False Cheque Bounce Case?

How to Deal with False Cheque Bounce Case?

How would you deal with a False Cheque Bounce Case?The victim in such cases need not worry much about it as it is a false accusation and generally easily proved with the valid documents that there was enough balance or fund in the bank account of the issuer which would ensure there was no cheque bounce. Some important measures to take when a situation of false cheque bounce arises: Collecting all the important documents – The mos... Read More

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What are the Laws Related to Maintenance in India?

What are the Laws Related to Maintenance in India?

Section 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 This section provides for maintenance not only to the wife but also to child and parents. Court can direct a husband who neglects or refuses to maintain his wife who is unable to maintain herself to provide monthly maintenance to the wife, provided the husband has sufficient means. However, if the wife is living in adultery, or refuses to live with husband without any sufficient reasons, or living ... Read More

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What is Difference between Trademark and Copyright?
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What is Difference between Trademark and Copyright?

Protection under CopyrightAs discussed earlier, copyright is granted only for the distinct and original work of the author. It is granted for such works that are artistic and creative in nature. These rights are exclusive and available only to the author or creator to restrict anyone from copying his work. There is also a DMCA ie Digital Millennium Copyright Act enacted by the United States of America. It condemns the cremation and scattering of ... Read More

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A Complete Guide on Domestic Violence

A Complete Guide on Domestic Violence

Legal Aspect of Domestic ViolenceDomestic violence (both mental and physical) is mentioned in Section 498 A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. The nature of Domestic violence is essentially civil but the legislations prescribe that the courts have to proceed in such cases as per the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). The law is made to protect the civil rights of women. However, it is not applicable to all domestic cases of various types. It means t... Read More

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A Purview of Cyber crimes in India including Its Way Out

A Purview of Cyber crimes in India including Its Way Out

Documents Required for Filing Various Complaints For Email Based ComplaintsA written statement briefing about the offenseA copy of the spam of suspected email received by the original receiverThe complete heading of the suspected emailHard and soft copy of the alleged emails along with headersThe soft copy should be a copy in a CD-R format Thefts Regarding Social Media ComplaintsA screenshot or copy of the alleged contentA screenshot or copy li... Read More

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How is Property Dealt with In Case of Divorce?

How is Property Dealt with In Case of Divorce?

Who typically gets the house in a divorce?As the marital home is the ultimate and the exclusive asset of the spouse, it is necessary that the ownership of the property is cleared. It not only involves the married couple but also their entire family. They are emotionally attached to the property as well. But, the law is above all the emotions and hence the judge would give the decision of the house in favor of the owner of the house. We all know ... Read More

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Everything you should know about the Agriculture Bills, 2020

Everything you should know about the Agriculture Bills, 2020

What are the Features of the bills? The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020: This Bill replaces the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance, 2020.Trade of farmers’ produce: The bill permits inter-state trade of farmers’ produce outside: (i) the physical premises of market yards run by market committees formed under the state APMC Acts and (ii) other markets report... Read More

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Gambling and Casinos- Legal or Illegal in India?

Gambling and Casinos- Legal or Illegal in India?

The Public Gambling Act, 1867 ("Gambling Act") is the overall law administering gambling in India. Nonetheless, the state governing bodies, under the Constitution of India, have been depended with noteworthy administrative breathing space to frame state-explicit gambling laws. The Gambling Act is the central enactment which has been received by specific states in India and other states have enacted their own enactment to manage and oversee gaming... Read More

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Employment during the times of Covid-19

Employment during the times of Covid-19

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in India, the unprecedented nation-wide lockdown mandating closure of commercial, private and industrial establishments (with limited exceptions) has been extended from time to time since 24.04.2020. The COVID-19 pandemic represents a major public health challenge and is having serious economic and social impacts. Special attention should be given to protecting migrant workers in the informal economy by pur... Read More

Post By Advocate Darpa Pattanaik

Why do you need a death certificate?

Why do you need a death certificate?

Death Certificate is evidence of the death of dead person. it's A legal document issued by the government, which declares the reason for death, location of death, time of death and a few other personal information about the deceased. In India, it’s mandatory to register an individual's death according to the Registration of Births & Deaths Act, 1969 with the concerned government within 21 days of its occurrence. It can be taken either within th... Read More

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Digital shift in legal proceedings

Digital shift in legal proceedings

The world has gone indoors for the past three months because of the continuing battle against the Covid-19 pandemic. Governments across the world are on their toes trying to search out a long-term solution to the current public health crisis, while simultaneously trying to tackle humanitarian and economic crises. Judiciary, a key pillar of democracy, too has taken a hit and its functions are crippled. it's now that technology can play a key role ... Read More

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What is anti-defection law?

What is anti-defection law?

The Anti-defection law was enacted in 1985 to deal with this problem of political instability created by the elected legislators. For addressing the perceived problem of instability caused by democratically elected legislators in India's Parliamentary System of Government shifting allegiance from the parties they supported at the time of the election, or disobeying their parties' decisions at critical times such as during voting on an important r... Read More

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All you need to know about Maternity Benefit Act 1961

All you need to know about Maternity Benefit Act 1961

The term ‘Maternity’ means something which is natural and divine in nature. Still, there are vast varieties of problems which women have to face at the workplace at the time one thinks of embracing it. In an attempt to remove such problems and discrimination faced by women and to encourage gender parity in the country, Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 was legislated by the Parliament on 12th December 1961. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 aims to ... Read More

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Contempt of Court - What does it mean and why is it in the news ?

Contempt of Court - What does it mean and why is it in the news ?

Maintenance of the rule of law is of immense importance for a democracy like ours. The Supreme Court as the protector of the constitution and the guarantor of the fundamental rights is endowed with the responsibility of doing complete justice and of proper maintenance of the judicial orders. The Supreme Court is also conferred with the status of being a court of record . Once a court is made a ‘Court of Record’ whose records are admitted to b... Read More

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