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Can a defendant cross-examine another defendant in a suit?

This question comes to our mind can a defendant cross-examine another defendant in a suit? During the civil suit trial, there are many legal aspects...

When Does the Court Order the Appointment...

Introduction  The court appoints a commissioner in a civil suit to do some work on behalf of his official duty. But such an appointment is...

Know The Difference Between Res Judicata And...

(1) Introduction:  Whether a party has a right to file litigation again which subject matter is already verdict? No one can file civil litigation on...

What are the main grounds for rejection...

Introduction: The provisions of Order VII of the civil procedure code,1908, specifies some grounds for rejection of paint. That provision enables the court to dismiss...

Is registration of a Partnership Firm Compulsory...

(1) Introduction: Many business concepts are available worldwide, for example, private limited company, public limited company, Limited liability partnership (LLP.), proprietor, Partnership, etc. Among them,...

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Know the Importance of Quasi Contract under the Indian contract act 1872

Introduction: Sometimes, you may suffer from an unknown hassle and you have to pay an amount on behalf of others. But it is sorry to...

How to draft a Cheque Bounce Notice under Section 138 of NI Act?”

Introduction Why do most people make their money transactions through the cheque method? Of course, it is a straightforward and secure method for all types...

What is the applicability of Doli Incapax in IPC?

Meaning and explanation of Doli Incapax The word Doli incapax basically comes from the Latin word which is mentioned about the presumption theory of criminal...

What is The Need for consumer protection in India?

Introduction  In recent years, consumer understanding of their legal rights has steadily increased. Consumer protection is a worldwide acknowledgment and worries that consumers are a weak...

Can dishonour of bearer cheque attract to cheque bounce case?

There are many types of cheque available related to the banking transaction and the bearer cheque is also among them. The account...

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What is Bailable and Non-Bailable Offences Under Indian Penal Code?

What are Bailable and Non-Bailable Offences Under the Indian Penal Code? I List of bailable and non-bailable offences. Introduction:  The crimes and offences and their punishments have...

What is the main difference between Judicial custody and Police custody Under CrPC?

1. Introduction: Police custody and judicial custody you must have been familiar with these words lots of times in the news channel or the daily newspaper....

contract act

Explain With The Exception An Agreement Without...

Introduction  One of the most important principles in contract law is consideration. As a result, every student of contract law should have a full grasp...

Explain types of contracts under the Indian...

Introduction The Contract is a crucial factor for making every transaction regarding a specific purpose. There are many types of contracts available under the Indian...

Importance of Lawful Consideration in a Contract...

Introduction  Consideration is a vital part of a contract. Consideration is the cost of this contract. An agreement without lawful consideration is void and thus...

What are the Essentials of a Valid...

What are the Essentials of a Valid Contract as per the Indian Contract Act,1872? Introduction: The contract is an agreement. When we need to enter into...

transfer of property

Know The Doctrine of Lis Pendens U/s 52 Of TheTransfer Of Property Act,1882

Introduction The doctrine of Lis Pendens explains that the judgment given by the court binds a person who purchases the property during the pendency of any...

How to Settle Property Line Disputes with a Neighbour?

(1) Introduction:  The property line dispute may arise very commonly with our Neighbour. Sometimes it may be directly or indirectly. But many times we have indeed...

partnership

What is the Pros and Cons of...

Introduction  When we look up the pros and cons of a partnership, we should also know that it is an easy way to form new...

Types of Partners in the Partnership firm...

(1) introduction: In a partnership, two and more people join together with the business idea, and they agree to share the profit and loss from...

Why does a firm seek reconstitution of...

(1) Introduction: For a secured living, sometimes people come to form a partnership firm. The main reason behind that is they like to go with...

Is registration of a Partnership Firm Compulsory...

(1) Introduction: Many business concepts are available worldwide, for example, private limited company, public limited company, Limited liability partnership (LLP.), proprietor, Partnership, etc. Among them,...

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The Concept of Burden of Proof under the Evidence act

Introduction  A statement that is given by a person based on fact needs to be proven as per the Indian Evidence Act,1872. The burden of...

Can a defendant cross-examine another defendant in a suit?

This question comes to our mind can a defendant cross-examine another defendant in a suit? During the civil suit trial, there are many legal...

What happens if complainant died in the NI Act case?

Question - what happens when a complainant dies in the case of the negotiable Instrument Act? - The answer to the question is yes....

How to draft a Cheque Bounce Notice under Section 138 of NI Act?”

Introduction Why do most people make their money transactions through the cheque method? Of course, it is a straightforward and secure method for all types...

What is the Pros and Cons of a Partnership?

Introduction  When we look up the pros and cons of a partnership, we should also know that it is an easy way to form new...

What is the Structure and Reforms Of the Capital Market In India?

What is the capital market? The capital market is one kind of financial market that connects buyers and sellers to trade financial instruments, stocks, securities,...

What is the Definition and Features of a Capital Market?

Definition of Capital Market A capital market is where financial securities like shares, bonds, or financial instruments are traded by their buyers and sellers. Individual...

Know the basic Difference Between Primary Market and Secondary Market

Introduction Before understanding the difference between the primary market and the secondary market, we have to know the meaning of the market in terms of...

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