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Rent Control Act India

By | November 21st, 2017|Blog, Eviction, landlord tenant dispute|

The Rent Control Act was passed by the Indian Government in 1948. This Act was passed so as to regulate the various norms of tenancy and land ownership and to curb the exploitation of either the landlord or the tenant due to rent or occupancy. The following are the various provisions of the act in [...]

Partition of Property Amongst Family Members

By | November 17th, 2017|Blog, Family Law, Partition of Property|

Ever since the beginning of time, the property is deemed to be a mark of high economic status. Numerous displays of family disputes over property in movies and novels, only go on to prove this point. The partition of property amongst family members may be: Contested – In this case, a lawsuit may be filed [...]

Can a Tenant be Evicted Without a Lease?

By | November 15th, 2017|landlord tenant dispute|

A contract through which property, land or services etc, are provided to another party, in return for periodic payments, is called a lease. If a person becomes a tenant without a lease, it is called a tenancy-at-will. Every state in India has their own tenancy laws, like the West Bengal Premises Tenancy Act 1977, and [...]

Aadhar Card for Benami Transactions Prohibition

By | November 8th, 2017|Aadhaar, Blog|

An Aadhaar is primarily defined as a unique 12 digit identification number that is issued by the government of India to all the residents of India. The Aadhaar numbers and Aadhar Cards are managed by the Unique Identification Authority of India, and this Aadhar card is based on demographic and biometric data. It is the [...]

When Caretakers Try to become Property Owners

By | November 7th, 2017|Blog, Illegal, possession of property|

In India the culture of leaving behind property as the responsibility of caretakers is an ongoing culture, especially in the case of NRI’s due to their living outside of the country for long durations. However, property possession is nine tenths of the law and that is something that provides for great merit in rightful claim [...]

Custody and Rights of A Child in Matrimonial Disputes

By | November 6th, 2017|Blog, child Custody|

This simply means that after the divorce of parents, the custody of child would be given to whom? The custody is decided on the basis of a non – negotiable instrument “best interest and welfare” of the child which means that the one who will serve the child emotionally, educationally, medically, and socially and fulfill [...]

Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens

By | November 4th, 2017|Blog, senior citizens|

When one thinks about the maintenance of senior citizens, the very idea (considered to be a natural phenomenon) and the exorbitant lack of the same practice would seem highly unlikely (and extremely surprising) in a country such as ours, which has been boasting about an elderly friend and revering culture. The recent years have seen [...]

Grounds to Challenge a Will in The Court

By | November 3rd, 2017|Blog, will|

A will is the legal statement of an individual about what he wishes to do with his property after his death. It is the intention of an individual regarding the devolution of his property and what has to be done with the same. A will is registered under Section 18(e) of The Indian Registration Act [...]

Embezzlement of Power: A True Story

By | November 1st, 2017|Blog, power of attorney|

In today’s world of commerce and industry, the need to enter into legal relations, form agreements or even initiate transactions, is an everyday business. It is not surprising to see hundreds of people delegating these functions and powers to another person, through a legal process known as granting of Power of Attorney (POA). This legal [...]

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