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Accused is not competent to tender affidavit by way of evidence in Section 138 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 proceedings

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Banking |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

The Provisions Of The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code 2016 Would Have An Over­-Riding Effect Over The Tea Act, 1953 And That No Prior Consent Of The Central Government Before Initiation Of The Proceedings Under Section 7 Or Section 9 Of The IBC Would Be Required

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Insolvency |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

Hotel cannot take shelter of “owner’s risk” clause in valet parking to avoid liablity caused by theft.

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Contract |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

A certificate of registration of marriage and not a registered contract of marriage is a valid proof of marriage

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Family Law |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

Government servant cannot raise any dispute before Consumer forum about their service conditions or retiral benefits

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Employment Laws |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

Revenue Records do not confer title to a property, nor do they have any presumptive value on title

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Property |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

A client is not bound by an erroneous concession of law made by his lawyer before a judicial authority

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Employment Laws |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

Witnesses To Sale Deed/Will Need Not Necessarily Know Its Contents

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Property |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

Father’s self acquired property given to son by way of Will/gift will retain the character of self acquired property and will not become ancestral property, unless a contrary intention is expressed in the testament.

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Property |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

Petition filed under section 433 of Companies Act 1956 beyond the period of three-years mentioned in Article 137 of the Limitation Act is time-barred, and cannot therefore be proceeded further

Author: TCL The Chambers of Law   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)
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