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Motor Vehicles Act: Can Court Award Compensation Higher Than The Amount Claimed?

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Whenever there is loss of life or injury covered under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and the Court makes an observation that it wishes to grant higher compensation to the claimant than the amoun...

Basis For Award Of Compensation In Motor Vehicle Accident Cases

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Under the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, an individual injured in a car accident or the legal representatives of an individual killed in a car accident may claim damages. It is a law made to preve...

Policy Analysis On The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019

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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 which was passed by the Parliament in the year 1988 contains provisions related to traffic regulations, road transport vehicles, registration and insurance of the v...

All About Section 279 IPC: Rash Driving

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The introduction of automobiles gave the opportunity to enjoy a new experience and learn a new skill. As it is also a pathway that opened various employments to the needy, even for the higher c...

Fake Driving License: Insurance Liability

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Fake Driving License: Insurance Liability Has the insurer liability to compensate the insurance holder or those who have injury, if it was found after the motor vehicle accident, that the driver...

How To Get Away From A Cop?

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Every citizen should know their rights, the power of authorities, and how to protect their rights against the authorities. Today we will talk about some provisions that might help you when a tr...

National Vehicle Scrappage Policy: India's Big Hope Or An Opportunity Missed

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It was not long ago in 2015 when the National Green Tribunal and the government were at loggerheads over a ban on old vehicles in the area of the national capital. A policy that treated polluti...

Offences And Rights Under The Motor Vehicle Act What Every Motor Vehicle Driv...

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You cannot give a lift to any unknown person on your vehicleAccording to Section 66 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, one can only use a vehicle for the purpose of which he/she has been granted ...

Analysis of the Road Transport Laws in India

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Currently India has three laws covering the domain of road transportation in India. They are: Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 Road Transport Corporation Act, 1950 Carriage by Road Act, 2007 ...

The Claims Tribunal under MVA, 1988

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During the British regime, Indian Motor Vehicle Act of 1914 was ratified with an objective to regulate enforcement and to ensure the registration and licensing of vehicles and motorists to mainta...