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    Written By :
    Abhimanyu Shandilya
    Kolkata, West Bengal

How to apply for probate of will


Written By : Abhimanyu Shandilya (Advocate, Kolkata)

What is a will?A will is a written document through which a person tries to consolidate all his properties at one place and alienates or transfers to his family, relatives or loved ones as per his desire and wish. It is the simplest mechanism to transfer the property from one generation to other wit...

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    Written By :
    Abhimanyu Shandilya
    Kolkata, West Bengal

Cheque Bounce or Sec 138 of Negotiable Instruments Acts cases decriminalization-


Written By : Abhimanyu Shandilya (Advocate, Kolkata)

When a cheque is presented to the bank for encashment and if the bank denies or dishonours the payment as mentioned in the bank cheque then that cheque is called as bounced cheque. The literal meaning is that the cheque has bounced back to the issuer or the payee as the bank has not been able to hon...

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    Written By :
    Anik
    Bangalore, Karnataka

Abatement under IPC


Written By : Anik (Advocate, Bangalore)

ABETMENT OF SUICIDE This particular act is an offence under Sec. 306 and 107 of IPC.Sec 306 clearly explains that if a person commits suicide on abetment of another, then the abettor shall be liable for imprisonment for a term which may extend upto ten years and also fine. Sec. 107 explain...

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    Written By :
    Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal
    Bangalore, Karnataka

SEDITION LAW IN INDIA- AN INTRINSIC LOOK INTO THE DEVELOPMENTS IN INDIA


Sedition is considered to be an offence against the state and through Section 124A[i] of the IPC it punishes any act that subverts the government established by law. The rationale for the criminalisation of such acts is generally that it fosters “an environment and psychological climate conducive ...

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    Written By :
    Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
    Bangalore, Karnataka

PERMANENT CHILD CUSTODY


PERMANENT CHILD CUSTODY“Legal Custody”, in a family law context, is a type of Child Custody that grants a parent the right to make long-term, important decisions regarding their children. The issue of ‘Child Custody’ arises during judicial separation or divorce proceedings, where i...

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    Written By :
    Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal
    Bangalore, Karnataka

AN ANALYSIS OF SUPPLEMENTAL PROCEEDINGS UNDER CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE


1.    Distinction between an incidental proceeding and a supplemental proceeding Incidental or ancillary powers are provided for in the Code of Civil Procedure. They otherwise inhere in the jurisdiction of the court exercising plenary jurisdiction in certain situations but it mus...

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    Written By :
    Anik
    Bangalore, Karnataka

Explaining the fine line between Murder and Homicide


Written By : Anik (Advocate, Bangalore)

Explaining the fine line between Murder and Homicide Introduction The word homicide is derived from the Latin termshomi (man) and cido (cut), which means the killing of a human being by another man, when one causes or accelerates the death of another human being such an offence will be constituted a...

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    Written By :
    Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
    Bangalore, Karnataka

VALIDITY OF AN UNREGISTERED SALE AGREEMENT


VALIDITY OF AN UNREGISTERED SALE AGREEMENTA Sale Agreement constitutes all the terms and conditions of the sale of a property (movable or immovable) to the buyer. Under the Indian Registration Act, 1908, an agreement for the transfer ...

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    Written By :
    Anik
    Bangalore, Karnataka

GENDER INEQUALITY (Savita Samvedi vs. Union of India)


Written By : Anik (Advocate, Bangalore)

GENDER INEQUALITY (Savita Samvedi vs. Union of India) INTRODUCTIONGender discrimination is the unequal or disadvantageous treatment of an individual or group of individuals based on gender. According to the constitution of India, every citizen irrespective of their gender, caste, or religion ha...

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    Written By :
    Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal
    Bangalore, Karnataka

CRYPTOCURRENCY


A cryptocurrency (or "crypto") is a digital currency that can be used to purchase goods and services, but it employs an online ledger and strong cryptography to secure online transactions. Much interest in these unregulated currencies is in profit trading, with speculators sometimes soaring prices. ...

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