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Interpretation of words ‘Flood and Inundation’ in an insurance contract(NCDRC): SC

Interpretation of words 'Flood and Inundation' in an insurance contract(NCDRC): SC The question , whether damages caused by Heavy Rains are included under ' Flood...

Short Explanation of Doctrine of Lis Pendens Sec 52 ToP Act 1882

Short Explanation of Doctrine of Lis Pendens Sec 52 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882 When there is a litigation between two person in regard...

LANDMARK JUDGMENTS WHERE FATHER GETS CHILD CUSTODY

 LANDMARK JUDGMENTS WHERE FATHER GETS CHILD CUSTODY, Supreme Court pronounced various judgement where father of minor child get child custody.  Mridangra J. Hira Lal Suchak...

Section 18 HINDU ADOPTION AND MAINTENANCE ACT, 1956,

 Section 18 Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956  Section 18 HINDU ADOPTION AND MAINTENANCE ACT, 1956, which deals with the maintenance and separate residence of a...

18 Stages Of Civil Suit as per Civil Procedure Code, 1908 are as under*

Introduction  The civil suit is basically a dispute that arises between individuals in personal capacity i.e Partition, Property etc or organization in commercial matters. If...

DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT with CASE LAWS

DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT AND CASE LAWS INTRODUCTION: The concept of divorce by mutual consent is incorporated under Sec. 13B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955...

Distinguish between order, Judgment and Decree

 Distinguish between order, Judgment and Decree 1. INTRODUCTION The decision given by Court of law, are either decrees or orders. A decree always follow the Judgment,...

ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS OF VALID MARRIAGE

                        ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS OF VALID MARRIAGE Introduction According to section 2(3) of Hindu Marriage Act, parties...

Difference Between Stay Order And Injunction Order

  Difference Between Stay Order And Injunction Order Stay Order (Order 21, Rule 26; Order 41, Rule 5 the CPC, 1908)  A stay order means to temporarily...

Concept of Res Sub Judice under Section 10 of CPC- 1908

Concept of Res Sub Judice under Section 10 of CPC- 1908 Article written by Ashish Panday                      ...
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