When a certified copy of sale deed is admissible in evidence?

From the perusal of the above provision, it is clear that the only requirement of the provision is that the original must be shown to have been lost. In the instant case, there is clear cut unchallenged evidence that the original is lost and the evidence has come from the person who was the custodian … Read more When a certified copy of sale deed is admissible in evidence?

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

When documents obtained under right to information can be treated as a public document?

In view of the above analysis, the xerox copy certified by the designated Public Information Officer under Right to Information Act of the private documents are not certified copies within the meaning of the provisions of Section 65 of the Evidence Act. They are merely true copies of the private documents available in the records … Read more When documents obtained under right to information can be treated as a public document?

How To Destroy Witness’ Credibility?

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Witnesses play a very important role in criminal cases. They help to clarify what happened by telling the judge or jury everything they know about an event. So the opposing counsel has got really important witness on the stand and it hurts your case, this blog post might prove useful to you. Now straight to … Read more How To Destroy Witness’ Credibility?

NOTES ON LEASES OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

🔅 (S 105-117 OF TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT Definition( S.105) A lease of immovable property is a transfer of a right to enjoy such property for a certain time,or in perpetuity,in consideration of price paid or promised or money,a share of crop, service or any other thing of value to be rendered periodically or on … Read more NOTES ON LEASES OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

Strict proof of Marriage is not required in proceeding U/S 125 of CRPC – Supreme Court

Unlike matrimonial proceedings where strict proof of marriage is essential, in the proceedings Under Section 125 Code of Criminal Procedure, such strict standard of proof is not necessary as it is summary in nature meant to prevent vagrancy. In Dwarika Prasad Satpathy v. Bidyut Prava Dixit MANU/SC/0673/1999 : (1999) 7 SCC 675, this Court held … Read more Strict proof of Marriage is not required in proceeding U/S 125 of CRPC – Supreme Court

Whether daughter is entitled to get share in ancestral property which was inherited by her mother?

Thus, under Subsection (2) of Section 3 of Hindu Women’s Right to Property Act, 1937 when a Hindu governed by any school of Hindu law other than Dayabhaga dies having at the time of his death interest in Hindu joint family property, his widow shall have the same right, widow shall have in the property … Read more Whether daughter is entitled to get share in ancestral property which was inherited by her mother?