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INDIA’S INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS

By | October 21st, 2017|Blog, India|

The magnitude of international trade and commerce by one country with other countries largely determines their international relations. We might have often heard about trade embargos being imposed by a country or a group of countries before they take any other action against the country. Countries have always been heavily reliant on international trade because [...]

HOW TO DEAL WITH THE ISSUES OF LAND AND PROPERTY ENCROACHMENT IN INDIA

By | October 18th, 2017|Blog, Illegal, Occupation of Property|

Land and abandoned houses in India are most vulnerable to encroachment. A land in India is usually purchased for investment and then is left unattended which is why it becomes an easier target. Houses too, particularly of older people without primary support or of NRIs are prone to become soft targets. And later, the legal [...]

Issues with Property Developers

By | October 17th, 2017|Blog, property disputes, Real Estate|

A promising development of any country depends on its citizens and authorities that run its government. Since the past few years, the Indian government has been taking substantial steps to get rid of the parasites such as corruption, which were slowly destroying the country's base and face. One of the major issues that the government [...]

Heirs and The Hindu Succession Act, 1956

By | October 16th, 2017|Acts, Blog|

This act attempts to amend and codify the law related to intestate or un-willed succession amongst Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists. According to the provisions of the act, upon the death of a Hindu male, who died intestate, the property is passed on to the Class 1 heirs and if these are not present, then [...]

PLEA BARGAINING IN INDIA

By | October 14th, 2017|Blog, Criminal Litigation|

Plea bargaining in India is a new concept for Indian legal system is contained in  Section 265A to 265L, Chapter XXIA of the Criminal Procedure Code. It was introduced through the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2005. This changed the face of Indian Criminal Judicial system. Plea bargaining is the pre-trial negotiations between the accused and [...]

Don’t Worry Honey, Divorcees Get Money

By | October 12th, 2017|Blog, Divorce, Divorce settlement, Property rights, property settlement, women rights|

Under the Indian law, alimony is the monetary compensation granted to the spouse who is unable to support himself/herself, by the other spouse, during or after the divorce proceedings. When this sum is given during the court proceedings, it is the maintenance amount, and the same term is used in the various statutes such as [...]

Deferment of Possession – Trouble for Defaulters

By | October 10th, 2017|Blog, possession of property, property settlement|

Today’s harsh reality coaches one to fight for what is theirs, even though the affluent and influential throw obstacles in one’s way. Buyers usually spend humongous amounts of money to buy something as essential as a house or even a piece of land for example, and yet, when upon contractual terms they are supposed to [...]

CARETAKER RELATED ISSUES

By | October 9th, 2017|Blog, property disputes|

Land, which is considered not just the most valuable asset but also the best possible asset to invest the money in, is most often subject to encroachment if left unattended. The legal process of eviction is quite cumbersome and time-consuming as the possessor enjoys certain rights even against the rightful owner. Therefore, a person is [...]

HOW CAN AN NRI GET A POWER OF ATTORNEY?

By | October 7th, 2017|Blog, Partition of Property|

A Power of Attorney is a document that demarcates and lists out the powers that are shared with the Power of Attorney Holder. There can be several types of POA’s such as General POA’s and Special POA. Minor and disqualified individuals by the law cannot provide for a POA. POA’s are used mainly by NRIs [...]

PARTITION OF HINDU UNDIVIDED FAMILY PROPERTY

By | October 5th, 2017|Blog, Partition of Property|

The Hindu Law defines a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) as a family which consists of male lineage decedents from a common ancestor and also includes their wives and unmarried daughters. HUF is also a separate legal entity under the Income and Wealth Tax Act and is liable to pay tax. It is common knowledge that [...]

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