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Legal Rights of Employees

Legal Rights of Employees

“Employees are the soul of the association” legal entities all organization in the entire we do cannot survive even for a second without their employees so it is must and also the core duty of these organization to protect the employee legal rights. Whereas in India various statue formulated by our legislative authority including worker legal rights and administration of labour law, all though laws have been made on the paper but these laws a... Read More

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Responsibilities of Employer Towards Employee During Pandemic

Responsibilities of Employer Towards Employee During Pandemic

There are several growing companies across the world either in the private sector or the public sector. Each bearing responsibilities of growth and development of not only of their own company but also it is their duty to look after the welfare and healthy development of their employers and employees simultaneously keeping in mind the welfare of the society as well.Employer and Employee, they both are the two strong pillars of a company as well a... Read More

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Complete Guide on Legal Rights for the Tenants

Complete Guide on Legal Rights for the Tenants

In pursuance of knowing the legal rights of tenants in India, one should first briefly be aware about how tenancy is governed under the Indian Laws.In India, the Rental Agreements govern the tenant-landlord relationship which is formally called as the ‘lessee-lessor’ relationship. The one who transfers the property is called as the ‘landlord’ and the one to whom the property gets transferred is called as the ‘tenant’. There are two ty... Read More

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Difference between Legal Heirship and Succession Certificate

Difference between Legal Heirship and Succession Certificate

While both legal heirship certificate and succession certificate are procured in relation to identifying and authenticating the relationship of the person as the legal heir of the deceased, both of the certificates are distinct from one another and serve as to fulfil different purposes.1. Succession CertificateThe Indian Succession Act of 1925 defines a succession certificate as the certificate issued by a court to the legal heirs of a deceased t... Read More

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Complete Guide on Property Partitions Laws in India

Complete Guide on Property Partitions Laws in India

Partition is a term used in law to describe an act, by a court order or otherwise, to divide up a concurrent estate into separate portions representing the proportionate interests of the owners of property. Under the common law, any owner of the property who owns an undivided concurrent interest in the land can seek such a division. In India, partition of the property is guided by The Indian Succession Act, 1925; The Partition Act, 1893 and separ... Read More

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Rent  Deference During the Pandemic

Rent Deference During the Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic has prompted the nation to its most jarring standstill in a long time, and most governments and companies are still figuring out different ways to deal with the sudden halt of global supply chains. The lockdown has slowed down markets, factory operations and several businesses, affecting employment and source of income of many.Rental agreementsRental agreements in India are the most common types of agreements as India bei... Read More

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Complete guide on Prenuptial Agreements

Complete guide on Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is an official document which is signed by two individuals before getting married. The primary purpose of a prenuptial agreement is to settle financial matters in advance. The agreements are used to separate the personal debts and assets of one individual from his/her future spouse. This type of agreement includes the provisions relating to the division of properties, investments, alimony and any other monetary and possessi... Read More

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Post Covid 19 Impact on legal Practice

Post Covid 19 Impact on legal Practice

After the breakdown of Covid-19 in the country, it has almost been two months, since people are locked in their houses and are either working from home or working through using digital modes like video conferencing, zoom calls and WhatsApp calls to connect with their bosses, employers and other co-workers. In such a scenario, when people can’t go out to work, digitalization is playing a major and effective role. It is the requirement and as wel... Read More

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How Police Interrogation Works

How Police Interrogation Works

Police interrogation is a part of the police investigation. When an accused is brought under the police custody either in cognizable offence or non-cognizable offence, the Police has the right to question the accused. It helps the Police to know about the essential facts and truths of the incident so that a case can be solved easily. Rights during Police InterrogationAccording to Section 161 (1) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the accused is ... Read More

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Complete guide on Bails in India

Complete guide on Bails in India

Bail materially refers to the discharge of a person from legal custody on submission of security and undertaking that he shall appear at the time and place designated and submit himself to the jurisdiction and judgment of the Court.Bailable Offences: Bailable offense means an offense that is listed as bailable in the First Schedule or which is made bailable by any other law for the time being in force. Bailable offenses are usually less grave and... Read More

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What are the overtime policies under labour law in India?

What are the overtime policies under labour law in India?

This article will educate you about the overtime policy in India, and the provisions relating to it under various legislations. The article will also discuss the overtime laws for women and children. Lastly, the article will tell you how the overtime is calculated, along with some FAQs for a better understanding.Meaning of OvertimeOvertime denotes to the excess time worked to one’s regular working hours. In India, the regular working hours is e... Read More

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Why a Power of Attorney is Necessary?

Why a Power of Attorney is Necessary?

Power of Attorney is a legal document which gives the power to one person to act for another. The person who is issuing the Power of Attorney is the Principal, whereas to whom the Principal is issuing it, is the Attorney.By the power of attorney, the Principal gives the power to the Attorney to do all acts, or appear and do the signature on all relevant documents only on the behalf of the Principal.A power of attorney can be registered or unregis... Read More

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Guidelines from Government for the Landlord and Tenants during COVID-19 Lockdown

Guidelines from Government for the Landlord and Tenants during COVID-19 Lockdown

As we know that due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), the whole of the world is disturbed. If we talk about India, there are confirmed COVID-19 cases daily increasing. Due to the increasing cases, a lockdown of 21 days has been announced by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India. Due to this COVID-19 lockdown, many people such as workers, labourers, students, etc. are facing a problem. Thus state government and central government are urging Landlords... Read More

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All you need to know about section 9 under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955

All you need to know about section 9 under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955

This article will educate you about Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, and how to file a legal notice under that section. Marriage is considered to be sacred bond and ending of a marriage is considered as betrayal of that sacred bond. There are instances when one spouse chooses to leave the other spouse and chooses to stay separately without any specific reason. In such instances, the other spouse has a legal right to file an application ... Read More

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Complete guide on Dowry Prohibition Act

Complete guide on Dowry Prohibition Act

What is dowry?The term 'Dowry' means any property (movable or immovable), valuable assets (cash, jewellery) etc given or agreed to be given directly or indirectly by one party to a marriage (parents, relatives etc ) to other parties to the marriage. The property or asset demanded must be given in connection to marriage.Who would be an offender under the law?According to section 3 of the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, it is an offence to both who ta... Read More

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All you need to know about Rental Agreement

All you need to know about Rental Agreement

What are Rental Agreements?Rental agreements are nothing but a lease agreement between the owner of the house i.e. landlord and the person who is taking the house on rent i.e. tenant. This agreement mainly determines the manner in which the legal relationship between the landlord and the tenant would exist for a fixed period of time.Typically, a rental agreement is prepared by anyone either by the landlord or the tenant. To consider the agree... Read More

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Complete guide on Succession Certificate in India

Complete guide on Succession Certificate in India

This blog talks about the meaning and steps to get a succession certificate in India. This article will also discuss about the mandatory information and document that should be mentioned and attached with a succession certificate application.Meaning of Succession CertificateSuccession certificate is a certificate that is issued by the Indian Courts. The certificate is given to the successor of a deceased person who has died intestate when he/she ... Read More

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What are the laws governing child custody in India?

What are the laws governing child custody in India?

After a marriage breaks down and results in separation of a married couple, the party who suffers the most is the child who is born out of that marriage. While keeping in mind the parents’ right to the custody of a child, Indian law holds the welfare of the child as the most vital factor of consideration when deciding upon who gets the custody of a child who is minor.Factors That Constitute “Welfare” Of A Child:The welfare of the child, bro... Read More

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Remedies against public nuisance in India

Remedies against public nuisance in India

What is Public Nuisance?Section 268 of IPC defines Public Nuisance as any act done by a person which results in common injury, danger or annoyance to the public in general or the people residing in the near vicinity in particular. It also includes any injury, obstruction danger or annoyance caused to any person who had the occasion to use any public right.[1] Supreme Court has also defined Public Nuisance as any inconvenience materially interferi... Read More

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Rising Menace of False Rape in India

Rising Menace of False Rape in India

Rape in India as an offence was introduced with the enactment of Indian Penal Code 1860, since then a lot of changes have been introduced in the offence. Its scope has been made wider to include all kinds of acts that outrage modesty of a woman. Not only the bare text has been met with changes but also the perception of society towards it has changed a lot. Not a long ago a rape victim had to face taboo in society, under most circumstances she wa... Read More

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