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Different types of Mortgage

What is a mortgage? Section 58 of the transfer of property act, 1882 defines mortgage as: “A mortgage is the transfer of an interest in a specific immovable property for the purpose of securing...

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The 2018 Amendment to The Companies Act, 2013

The amendment is effective from 7th May 2018. Changes in section 2 (Definition) Associate Company (S. 2(6)): “significant influence” shall now be mean control of at least 20 percent of the Total voting powers...

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Alimony Laws in India

The term alimony is derived from ‘alimonia’ Latin word, meaning “sustenance”. Alimony is a subject of personal law, each stratum of the society is governed by their own set of regulation.  The reference to...

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Child Custody Laws in India

  The legal guardianship of a child below the age of 18 years is referred to as custody of the child. The issue of custody of a child is a common question during the...

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Different types of Appeals

An appeal can be regarded as the procedure wherein review of already decided cases take place on request of either party. It is an application or petition which is filed by the aggrieved party...

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Freedom of press in India

In the current times, the press is called upon to play out an assortment of capacities. Its principal work is to serve news of all depictions with a view to making us comfortable with...

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Sting operation

The most important structure of a democracy is informed citizens, informed about the functioning of the government, making of policies and accountability. The burden of informing the citizens is with the media, as they...

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Restitution of Conjugal Rights

Meaning Marriage is a scared and legal oath binding two persons (Husband and wife) and imposing certain duties, obligations, and rights to safeguard one’s own interest in the marriage. One of the duties is...

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Section 139 of NI Act

A cheque is defined as a bill of exchange drawn on a specified banker and not expressed to be payable otherwise than on demand, given under section 6  of the NI Act. There are...