Parties Who Privately Agree To Settle Disputes Without Court Intervention U/s 89 CPC Also Entitled To Refund Of Court Fee: Supreme Court

“The importance of private amicable negotiation between the parties cannot be understated’ The Supreme Court held that the parties who privately agree to settle their dispute outside the modes contemplated under Section 89 of the Code of Civil Procedure are also entitled to refund of Court fees. The participants in private settlements will be entitled … Read more

Legal Maxims – important terms.

🔸 IMPORTANT LEGAL MAXIMS 🔸 ✍️1.Ubi jus ibi remedium – Where there is a right, there is a remedy. ✍️2.Volenti non fit injuria – Damage suffered by consent gives no cause of action. ✍️3.Alibi – At another place, elsewhere ✍️4.Audi alteram partem – No man shall be condemned unheard. ✍️5.Locus standi – Right of a … Read more

SC: Right of daughter in ancestral property as coparcener since her birth

Landmark Supreme Court Judgment on the right of a daughter in ancestral property as coparcener since her birth Resultantly, we answer the reference as under: (i) The provisions contained in substituted Section 6 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 confer status of coparcener on the daughter born before or after amendment in the same manner … Read more

BANK

Its been a headache sharing payment details to those who are transferring funds to me. I’ve been working on a payment gateway solution and looking forward to hosting it soon on to this blog. Meanwhile, I’m listing out the bank with their credentials. Please use the below modes for making NEFT / RTGS provided you … Read more

Hear me out!

All forms of business or profession have a paint point in one way or the other, and every such pain point is an opportunity for innovation and an opportunity for a new form of business. However, Medical & Judiciary are the only two professions that have a humongous impact on one’s personal life, as the … Read more

What is the difference between stridhan and dowry?

Although ‘Stridhan’ and ‘Dowry’ are entirely different, they are generally misconceived to mean the same. Under Indian law, dowry means any property or valuable security that is given or agreed to be given by the bride’s side to the bridegroom’s family before, after or during the time of marriage. The main difference between ‘dowry’ and … Read more

What is the distinction between O 7 R 10 of CPC(Return of the plaint) and S 10 of CPC(Stay of suit)?

At the outset, it is necessary to note a submission, of Mr. Sai Deepak, that Order VII Rule 10, and Section 10, of the CPC, were required to be read together. This submission deserves, in my opinion, to be rejected even at this stage. A bare reading of Section 10, and Order VII Rule 10, … Read more