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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 - Introduction


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

Marriage has been considered a very religious and divine process among Hindus. It has been a subject of Dharmashastra since ages. While every aspect of religious laws were being subject to codification, making a law out of shastra was the need of the hour with regards to marriage. There were concept...

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

The Breakdown of the Doctrine of Res-Judicata


Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge (Advocate, Bangalore)

The meaning of Res is Subject Matter, and the meaning of judicata is adjudged together meaning “a matter adjudged”. In easier words, the thing has been concluded by the court. If the matter has already been settled by a court between the same parties, the same subject matter cannot be tr...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

Meaning and Difference Between Sale and Agreement to Sell


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

Agreement and contract are common terms used synonymously in day-to-day life. But the fact is people commonly do not know the real difference in legal terms. This confusion results in additional doubts with the related phrases and phenomena. Sale and agreement to sell is one such classic example. Wh...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

Divorce Laws for Male in India


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

A wife may or may not become a maid after marriage, but, a husband is always the ATM of the house once he gets married. Even the laws do not support the individuality of a husband. A man in India bears the responsibility of his wife, children, parents regardless of how he is being treated. When a ma...

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

Different Identities of an NDA


Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge (Advocate, Bangalore)

NDA stands for a Non-Disclosure Agreement which is utilised to safely share personal data and information which is confidential such as trade secrets and inventions that are unpatented, with another party. It is also called confidentiality non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality agreements, or pr...

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

How is 'BLACK MAGIC' governed in India


Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge (Advocate, Bangalore)

Black magic has been practiced in India for a long time and is a social evil in our country supported by people's religious beliefs. There are several examples where in the context of healing the sick person, the person is thrashed for days, exorcisms are performed, or the person is thrown down the ...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

Insolvency Petition Procedure in India


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

The law requires everyone to pay their debts in time. But what if a person lacks any source of income and has comparatively big debts to pay? Does law become a savior in such a scenario? India has quite a few such examples of big names of business tycoons who led a kingly life while in India and had...

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Dr. Darshan Nagpure
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Dr. Darshan Nagpure

All you need to know about FIR


Written By : Dr. Darshan Nagpure

What is a FIR? First Information Report (FIR) is a written document prepared by the police when they receive information about the commission of a cognizable offence. It is a report of information that reaches the police first in point of time and that is why it is called the First Information Repor...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

The Role of Lawyers in Mediation: What the Future Holds?


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

If Alternative Dispute Resolution becomes a fashion, what will the lawyers do? Is there any role of lawyers in ADR? The role of advocate in outside court settlement is still crucial since convincing the court is not the only task for practising lawyers in India. Addressing the counsel role in mediat...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

Who Needs A Legal Heirship Certificate? - Find Here


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

When someone dies without making a Will for his/ her property, such a person is said to have ‘died intestate’ in legal terms. In this case, who gets the property of such a person? Do all the family members inherit the deceased's property? For that matter, it may be noted that those who f...

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