Legal Heirship certificate vs Succession Certificate and Letter of Administration

Legal Heirship certificate In case of a sudden demise of a family member, a legal heir certificate must be obtained for transferring the assets of the deceased to his/her legal heirs. A legal heir certificate is a very important document to establish the relationship between the deceased and legal heirs. Once the death certificate is …

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According to some estimates, Indian emigration is the largest in the world, with approximately more than 30 million people of Indian origin leading their life outside the country. Many of these people maintain some connection with India through their nationality or ownership of assets. In accordance with this global estate and succession planning universally involves …

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Alienation of Property

Alienation means transfer of property such as gifts, sales and mortgages. Alienations have added importance in Hindu law neither the Karta nor any other coparcener of the family have the full power of alienation over joint Hindu property or over  his interest in joint Hindu family property in alienations there are various subject of alienations such …

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Media Law

MEDIA LAW

Right to Expression and Freedom of Speech has appeared to be as a pre requisite in democracy. The Indian Constitution assures this right under Article 19(1) (a) to the citizens of India. Exchanging of ideas and debate are essentially required for the good governance of a country. This is where media’s role comes into limelight. …

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What are laws for divorce

Introduction Divorce is also known as dissolution of marriage, it is the process of termination of a marriage or marital union. Divorce means the canceling or reorganizing of the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage, thus it dissolves the bonds of matrimony between a married couple under the rule of law. The divorce process is handled by family law attorneys (each estranged spouse retains his …

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CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC)

The Civil Procedure Code (CPC), 1908 is a law which is associated with the administration of civil proceedings in India. The Code is being divided into two parts: the first part consists 158 sections and the second part includes First Schedule, which has 51 Orders and Rules. The sections provides, systematic framework of provisions which are related to general …

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Legal Aid in India

Legal aid in India to the poor and weak should be treated as necessity for the preservation of rule of law which is needed for the existence of the orderly society. The Indian Constitution has provided an independent and impartial judiciary and the courts are authorized to protect the constitution and safeguard the rights of …

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Transgender of Persons (Protection Rights) Act 2019

An important objective of the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act 2019 is to provide for protection of rights of transgender people, their welfare, and other related matters. The Bill was introduced on July 19, 2019 in Lok Sabha, by Mr. Thaawarchand Gehlot, the Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment. What does the Bill define? The Bill defines …

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