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Summons: Section 61-69 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973

  Summons are issued under Chapter VI of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 { Section 61 to section 69} Summons are issued by court to compel the appearance of the person in the court related to any case to the person accused or witness, to appear in a particular Court on particular day for a particular…
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April 1, 2018 1

Certified Copy: With reference to Evidence Act

Please refer the copy for better understanding In the Court there are number of documents which arr submitted by the parties to the case. Also, there are orders given the Judges on different dates of the case (Orders like framing of charges, non-attendance of accused, judgement etc). So, it is the right of the parties…
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March 31, 2018 1

What is ‘Vakalat-nama’? | Document attached!

Please refer the picture below for the better understanding of the term Vakalatnama and how it is used. Every person whether he is accused or a victim, he needs a lawyer or an advocate and for that purpose that person requires the Vakalarnama to authorise the lawyer to act on his behalf.


March 30, 2018 1

Nature of ‘Live-in relationship’: Considered Marriage or Not?

To understand this first we must understand the meaning of marriage. What is marriage? The expression marriage is defined nowhere in the Hindu Marriage Act, but the condition for a Hindu marriage and the ceremonies for a Hindu marriage are given in Section 5 and 7 of the Hindu marriage act, 1956.


March 29, 2018 2

Maintenance of ₹ 1 Lakh to wife | Read order given below!

This is one of the case related to Section 24 of Hindu Marriage Act 1955. Section 24 of Hindu Marriage Act 1955 talks about Maintenance pendente lite and expenses of proceedings. Pendente lite means during the pendency of litigation.


March 28, 2018 2

Grounds for Judicial Separation and Divorce under Hindu Law

Section 10 of Hindu Marriage Act 1956 (Judicial Separation) must be read with Section 13 of Hindu Marriage Act 1956 (Divorce). Before talking about the grounds on which person can seek JS and Divorce, let us understand the difference between the both. Judicial separation (JS) is different from divorce. Divorce puts an end to the marriage. All…
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March 27, 2018 9