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Short Notes On Concerning Legal Issues

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Right to Protest vs Right to Mobility: protest in common parlance means to object or to fight back for what you want but when the word right is attached to it as prefix then it comes under the...

Liability Of Surety In Case Principal Debtor Is A Minor

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Issue at Hand When it comes to Contact of Indemnity, absence of liablity on part of Principal Debtor is immaterial and it is the indemnifier whose obligation lies therein, of primary nature. O...

Analysis Of Provision Established In Case: Lal Chand (Dead) By L.Rs. v/s Radh...

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The following essay attempts to analyze the code of civil procedure elements underlined and applied by the Hon'ble Supreme Court in its decision in Lal Chand (Dead) by Lrs. and Ors. vs. Radha K...

Producing Additional Document At The Stage Of Cross-Examination

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The Criminal Method Code of 1973 is the main code governing the procedure followed by Indian courts when dealing with criminal proceedings, i.e., matters involving state offences. The Civil Pro...

The Concept Of Permanent Exemption Under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

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The Code of Criminal Procedure provides for a provision in order to prevent the accused from undue hardship and cost in attending the trial, through which the accused can be permanently exempte...

Analysis Of Letter Of Credit As An Financial Instrument And Its Legal Develop...

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Buying or selling something carries a certain amount of danger, particularly if you're unfamiliar with the company you're dealing with. Even if you have reliable business partners, unexpected e...

Classification And General Principles Of Interpretation

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The word Interpretation has been derived from the latin word interpretari which means to explain or expound. It means the act of explaining something or translating the document into its real c...

Analysis of Jamia Masjid v/s KV Rudrappa

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Theme-Analysis of Jamia Masjid v. KV Rudrappa[1],Sub-theme- Res judicata can be decided as a preliminary issue consisting of questions of fact and law. Recently a Supreme Court bench comprised...

Can A Registered Will Be Challenged In The Indian Court?

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In India, the concept of Will has its deep-rooted origin for a very long time; its importance grows with the feeling of transferring family wealth and business from one generation to another wi...

Procedure of the Trial Court for Civil Lawyers

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Civil law in India is concerned with conflicts between individuals, organisations, or both, in which the individual's or organization's rights and liabilities are determined. In some civil proc...