Civil Law

Divorce on Adultery Under the Hindu Marraige Act, 1955 adultery word is not used in the Section 13 1(i) of the HMA 1955 13. Divorce- (1) Any marriage solemnized, whether before or after the commencement of the Act, may, on a petition presented by either the husband or the wife, be dissolved by a decree […]

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Interrogatories-The domain left unknown After the filing of plaint and WS, the procedure of settlement of issues takes place. The material facts which are admitted by one party and denied by another party forms the material issues. Now on these material issues the evidence needs to be given by the parties. Now before proceeding to […]

Interim maintenance and maintenance under s.24 and s. 25 of HMA or under s.125 CrPC or under DV act. These provisions bind a person who has an obligation to support and maintain his family. Initially when these cases are filed on say a husband they become adamant they deny to recognize their duty which can […]

The interview of Ashok Singhal by a news channel dragged all my attentions to a very important liability. With all the charm this liability is called “Act of God.” Ashok Singhal in his interview declared the Godhra riot to be an “Act of God.” Well, now the query which pops up is whether God will […]

Negligence: Inviting disasters Negligence refers to doing of an act which a reasonable person would not do and not doing an act which a reasonable person would do. Negligence is both, civil and criminal. In general, Criminal negligence is negligence that is aggravated, culpable .On the other hand, civil negligence often the breach of duty of care which injury […]

1.0 INTRODUCTION  All of us know what estoppel is. I first heard about it when I was reading section 28 of the Partnership Act, 1932 which provides that a person holding out to an outsider providing credit to the firm is estopped from pleading that he is not a partner when circumstances indicated that he so […]

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