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By | August 31st, 2017|Blog|

E-Courts are locations in which matters of law are adjudicated upon with not only the help of qualified judge(s) but also a well developed technological infrastructure. Such a court is designed to allow the people participating in the proceedings as well as stakeholders to operate administrative and procedural aspects of the Court’s function, such as [...]

Should we link Aadhaar card with the PAN card?

By | August 30th, 2017|Blog, PAN Card|

The Aadhaar card is a Unique Identification that collects the biometric data of the user and gives a 12 digit unique number to them. The operation is looked after by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). On the other hand, PAN which is short for Permanent Account Number is issued by an Assessing Officer [...]

Petition for Eviction of the Property

By | August 28th, 2017|Blog, Eviction|

Eviction of property for various purposes may turn ugly if the relationship between the tenant and landlord is not amicable. Lack of understanding may lead to several issues and in many cases, the involvement of court to carry out the eviction. One of the prominent reasons for a landlord to ask his tenant to vacate [...]

Meet the Princess of the Hillstations

By | August 28th, 2017|Traversing India|

A Princess carries her charm over and above all others around her – and so it is with this quaint hill station called ‘Kodaikanal’ down South in India. Very aptly named, the meaning of the name signifies all that can be enchanting. ‘Kodaikanal’ means a ‘gift of the forest.' The place offers that and more. [...]


By | August 26th, 2017|Blog, Property rights, women rights|

“The women are not garment you wear and undress however you like. They are honoured and have their rights” Umar Ibn Khattab R.A Since the early ages, because of the patriarchal society we live in, women have always been considered lower to men in respect of their rights, dignity, and significance. After independence, the need [...]


By | August 25th, 2017|Blog, Transfer of Property, will|

‘People can only have a long-term plan if they know their private property is secure’. Throughout life, we acquire property in the form of houses, real estate, vehicles and savings accounts. Deciding how to divide assets between loved ones after your passing can be a confusing task. The use of wills and deeds of transfer [...]

Procedure of Relinquishing Inheritance

By | August 24th, 2017|Blog, inheritance law|

Relinquishment; as flamboyant the word in itself, as is its concept under law. Relinquishment or Haq-Tyag as it is known in some parts of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh refers to Transfer of an Inherited Property by One Co- Owner in Favour of another. Such an abandonment or surrender of Rights over a Property Inherited or [...]


By | August 23rd, 2017|Blog, will|

Meaning of ancestral property in India-An ancestral property means a property which is devolved upon heirs by the 3 generations above them; father, father’s father or father’s fathers’ father. It passes to the next three generations. Meaning of will-A will means a document in which a person specifies the method to be applied in management [...]

Historic Verdict on Triple Talaq

By | August 22nd, 2017|Blog, Divorce|

Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Cyprus, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, Brunei, UAE, Indonesia and Iraq, apart from being countries with major Muslim population the only other thing common among these countries is the fact that all of them have banned talaq-e-biddat (triple talaq) in their countries. Finally, on 22.08.2017, India too can [...]

Indo China Border Dispute: An Unequivocal Escalation

By | August 19th, 2017|Blog|

If one browses through the latest headlines about the now month-long border stand-off between India and China, he/she might think the Asian rivals are teetering on the brink of an armed conflict. The rhetoric is full of foreboding and menace. A Delhi newspaper says China is warning that the stand-off "could escalate into full-scale conflict". [...]

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