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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". [...]

How property is divided when a man dies intestate

By | August 18th, 2017|Blog, inheritance law|

No matter however ancient is the concept of will or vasiyaat in India, it is still practiced only among the more gentry class of the country. Will is basically a legal declaration by a man with respect to inheritance of his self acquired property. But for several reasons like lack of awareness, complex family structure [...]

Can a divorce be filed outside India if marriage takes place in India?

By | August 16th, 2017|judgement|

When it comes to matrimonial matters, the Indian Diaspora across the globe often gets fuddled up in conflict of Family laws. And especially when it comes to divorce, things are assumed to get all the more hay wired. However little is it known that the position with respect to the matter pertinent is very much [...]

NRI Marriages and Divorce

By | August 12th, 2017|Blog, Divorce|

‘Divorce- a resumption of diplomatic relations and rectification of boundaries’-. Bierce. The most sacred institution which binds persons for a lifetime together is self-destroyed by these two persons. It is an abrupt stop and legal way to end a relationship. The financial trauma of this is excruciating. The contemporary trend is marriage of a Indian [...]

CAN NRI DRIVE IN INDIA?

By | August 9th, 2017|Blog|

NRIs when visiting their India often face hurdles when they decide to go out and explore on their own. Driving a Vehicle by a Foreigner or NRI without a Valid Indian Driving License is similar to driving with no license at all and is an offence punishable with Fine. Short Time Visitors India being a [...]

DRINKING & DRIVING

By | August 8th, 2017|Blog|

“The DRIVER is SAFER when the roads are DRY; the ROADS are SAFER when the DRIVER is DRY” Since most of the road accidents in India are caused because of the drivers fault, it is but important that the driver must be completely conscious while driving and must not be intoxicated. Which is why, drunk [...]

Nomination is not the WILL

By | August 3rd, 2017|judgement|

If you die intestate (without leaving a WILL document), The Natural law of succession will prevail The Court in present case once again had to decide between Morality and Law and settled that law prevails. The matter before the court was in relation to Relinquishment of Succession Right when Heirs have separated themselves from Deceased [...]

Difference between Succession Certificate and Letter of Administration

By | August 1st, 2017|Blog, Succession Certificate|

The right paper work goes a long way in getting your money to those you love when you are no more to help them out. When you approach a financial institution, bank, Mutual Fund AMC, Demat account, PPF etc. to inherit, they may ask for documents like Succession Certificate or Letter of Administration or Probated copy of the Will to ascertain that you [...]

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