What is a Registration

The registration of immovable property sale and purchase paperwork is required and enables the preservation of evidence, the avoidance of fraud, and the assurance of title. After a buyer purchases a property, the legal transfer of ownership occurs only when the immovable asset is registered in the government's records in his name. Because the buyer... Continue Reading →

Things that cannot be held as immovable property

What are Immovable Property?Section 3 (1) of the Transfer of Property Act of 1882 defines immovable property. Indian law has accepted the technical separation of property into real and personal property recognized by English law, rather than the split of property into moveable and immovable. Their Lordships of the Privy Council stated in Futtehsang v.... Continue Reading →

BIOGRAPHY OF JUSTICE ANIL RAMESH DAVE

Anil Ramesh Dave was born on November 19, 1951, is the current Executive-Chairman of the National Legal Services Authority and a former judge of the Supreme Court of India. He served as Chief Justice of the Andhra Pradesh High Court and the Bombay High Court before being appointed to the Supreme Court of India. He... Continue Reading →

Basic rules relating to transfer of Property

The Transfer of Property Act of 1882 ("The Act") took effect on July 1, 1882. It establishes procedures for the transmission of property between living people that are consistent with the rules governing its devolution after death. In terms of immovable property, it also completes the code of contract law. This Act does not cover... Continue Reading →

Who can transfer a property?

A live person can transfer property to one or more other living persons, or to himself, or to himself and one or more other living persons, in the present or in the future, and to transfer property is to undertake such an act. The Transfer of Property Act's purpose is to establish and alter the... Continue Reading →

Biography of Justice Harjit Singh Bedi

Harjit Singh Bedi is a former Supreme Court of India judge who was born on September 5, 1946. Harjit Singh Bedi originates from a farming family in Sahiwal (previously Montgomery), Pakistan. He is number 17 in the direct line of Guru Nanak's descendants. His family relocated to Fazilka, a small township near the India-Pakistan border,... Continue Reading →

What is Attestation?

Attestation is the act of seeing and then signing a formal document to ensure that it was correctly signed by those who are bound by its contents. Attestation is a legal acknowledgement of a document's authenticity and a confirmation that suitable procedures were followed. Essentially, an attestation is an official declaration that something is real... Continue Reading →

What is Intangible property?

Intangible property is also known as incorporeal property. It is something that a person or business can own and transfer to another person or corporation but does not have any physical substance, such as brand name or intellectual property. It usually relates to legal creations like copyright, trademarks, and patents. Real property (land, buildings, and... Continue Reading →

Biography of Justice Kshitij R. vyas

Hon'ble Justice Kshitij R. Vyas was born in the Gujarati village of Bhalod in the Bharuch District in 1944. He graduated from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda with a law degree in 1968 and began practising in the Gujarat High Court on civil, criminal, and constitutional problems. In addition, he handled a number of... Continue Reading →

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE 65TH AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION

National Commission for Scheduled Castes and National Commission for Scheduled Tribes stated under Article 338 and Article 338 A of the Indian Constitution are a constitutional body and not a statutory body. Some other authorities like The National Commission for Minorities (1992), The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (2007) are statutory bodies as... Continue Reading →

Marital Rape- A legal Crime

We are living in the 21st century but still male patriarchy prevails over dignity and self- respect of the woman. This could be seen in the exception (2) of section 375 of the Indian penal code which talks about the validity of marital rape.Violence against women has now become part of daily routine life. Marital... Continue Reading →

Nature of the Indian Constitution: Federal or Quasi Federal?

Introduction: Indian Constitution has a rich history blended with complications of its own. The Constitution of India is by far the lengthiest and most detailed constitution in the world. The credit is to be given to its makers who gauged the suitable provisions from various laws and conventions around the world and assembled them in... Continue Reading →

The Preamble of the Constitution.

The Constitution - makers gave to the preamble 'the place of pride'. It embodies in a solemn form of all the ideals and aspirations for which the country had struggled during the British regime. The preamble to an act sets out the main objective which the legislation is intended to achieve. It is a key... Continue Reading →

Executive’s Promulgation Powers under Indian Constitution

“Article 123 of the Indian Constitution lays down the president’s power to promulgate ordinances.”[1] “As per article 213 of the Indian Constitution, even a governor can pass an ordinance provided that legislative assembly of the state is not in session and the ordinance does not require the prior assent of the president.”[2] “An ordinance by... Continue Reading →

Internet shutdown and the right to Freedom of Speech and Expression.

The Internet and social media have gradually gained importance as a source of dissent and activism in recent political protests. It includes the role of both, dialogue and mobilization and has a considerable influence on citizen participation. It has become a new aspect of contemporary political protests. It is also a virtual medium for people... Continue Reading →

REMEDIES AGAINST INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT

According to the Copyright Act. 1957, the Chapters XI and XII deals with the infringement of copyright and the remedies available against it. TYPES OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS: Infringement of copyright can be divided into two categories: PRIMARY INFRINGEMENT; andSECONDARY INFRINGEMENT. Infringement of copyright usually occurs when a person intentionally or unintentionally copies the work of... Continue Reading →

SOURCES OF MUSLIM LAW

CONCEPT OF MUSLIM LAW In India, whenever any personal matter comes before the court of law, the first and foremost question that arises is “which law applies to the parties in litigation”. If the parties are Hindu, Hindu laws will apply; and so on. In a similar way, for safeguarding the rights of Muslims, Muslim... Continue Reading →

Features of Indian Constitution

The Indian Constitution has some distinguishing characteristics that set it apart from other constitutions. Our Constitution's framers studied other constitutions, selected their best aspects, and incorporated them into ours with minor changes. The framers of the Indian Constitution did not set out to create an entirely new or unique document. They simply desired "a good... Continue Reading →

Basic Structure of Indian Constitution

The Constitution was made in 1950 for keeping the needs of economic, social and political factors. The 1st Constitutional Amendment Act was passed in 1951 and it inserted Article 31(A), Article 31 (B) and 9th Schedule. Constitution itself states that with changing time whenever there will be a need to add new rights, the constitution... Continue Reading →

RELIGIOUS PRACTICES AND PUBLIC MORALITY

 The Constitution of India extends the Right to Freedom of Religion to all the citizens according to Article 25. However, this is not an absolute right, it is subject to restrictions. Article 25(1) states that the right to freedom of religion is subject to public order and morality. It is the duty of the state... Continue Reading →

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