Section 12 maintainability Domestic Violence Act

  Vijay Verma vs State Nct Of Delhi & Anr. on 13 August, 2010 The Hon’ble Apex Court considers that the application filed by the petitioner under Section 12 of Domestic Violence Act was not at all maintainable. The petitioner had settled her separate house in America, her Passport was issued in America, she is doing job in America, she was adult and able to take care of herself, take her own decisions. She decided to live in America after leaving her parents here. If she has any right in her father’s property,…

How To Obtain Marriage Certificate

How To Obtain Marriage Certificate A)   Marriages To Be Solemnized Under Special Marriage Act. 1954 How To Apply : Applicant Has To Apply In The Prescribed Form. The Age Limit For Bridegroom 21 Years And Bride Is 18 Years What Document To Attach : Bride And Bridegroom Age Proof ( Leaving Certificate Or Passport Or Birth Certificate Or Domicile Certificate Or SSC Board Certificate) Bride & Bridegroom Residential Proof ( Ration Card Or Passport Or Election Card Or Light Bill And Telephone Bill Of Own…

Supreme Court on Triple Talaq in Muslims

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday said the practice of triple talaq was the “worst” and “not desirable” form of dissolution of marriages among Muslims, even though there were schools of thought which termed it as “legal”. There are “school of thoughts (which) say that triple talaq+ is legal, but it is the worst and not desirable form for dissolution of marriages among Muslims,” a five-judge constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar, said on the second day of continued hearing on…

List of Advocates in Mumbai:-Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad launches Probono Services, Legal Aid Schemes, Nyaya Mitra

Minister of Law and Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad today introduced three welfare activities of the Department of Justice. The administrations propelled are ‘Genius bono legitimate administrations’, ‘Tele-law benefit’ and Nyaya Mitra. Through the Pro bono legitimate administrations, attorneys who need to give lawful administrations free of cost can enroll themselves on an electronic stage propelled by the DoJ. Defendants from minimized areas of society, ladies, kids, senior nationals, people with low pay and others can apply for professional bono lawful portrayal. The Law Minister likewise…

Mumbai High Court Writ Petition- PIL

Supreme Court of India:- Rahul Joshi – Petitioner Versus Union of India & Ors. – Respondents By this writ petition , filed in public interest , the petitioner-a public spirited citizen, concerned with the loss of thousands of lives on acquiring fatal diseases on the use of tobacco products, especially cigarette smoking, after making comprehensive research and annexing news items and research papers as well as the order passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the matter of passive smoking, in Murli S.Deora v. Union…

Advocates Mumbai High Court

Cognizable and Non-Cognizable Offence Section 2(c) of Code define “Cognizable Offences and Cognizable Cases” as cognizable offence means offences for which and cognizable case means cases in which police officer may in accordance with first schedule of Criminal Procedure Code or under any other law for the time being in force arrest without warrant.Then Section 2(l) of Code defines Non-Cognizable Offences and Non-Cognizable Cases as non-cognizable offence means offences for which and non-cognizable case means cases in which police officer has no authority to arrest…

Criminal Lawyer & Advocates in High Court Mumbai

History of Law of Procedure in Criminal Courts – Previous to 1882 there was no uniform law of Criminal procedure for the whole of India. There were separate Acts, mostly rudimentary in their character, to guide the procedure of numerous courts in provinces and in the Presidency-towns. These Acts of procedure were replaced by Act X of 1882 which was Code of Criminal Procedure 1882 (Act X) which gave for the first time a uniform law of procedure for whole of India and it was…

NCLT- Mumbai Lawyer and Advocates

Anilkumar Poddar v. Reliance Corporate IT Park Ltd Companies Act, 1956 Section 163 Inspection and supply of copies – Company failed to provide inspection or supply of copies – Petition filed – Present petitioner is in habit of raising frivolous litigation against many of listed companies either by subscribing one or two shares or under head of “any other person” under Section 163 by asking inspection of documents from date of inception of companies – Knowing fully well, that it will not be possible to…

National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai

. Companies Act, 2013, Section 14 – Companies Act, 1956 Section National Company Law Tribunal Rules, 2016, Rule 68 – Petition for conversion of public company to private company – Alteration of articles by special resolution subject to approval by Tribunal – Conversion from public to private is in the interest of the Company which is being made with a view to comply efficiently with the provisions of Companies Act, 2013 causing no prejudice either to the members or to the creditors – Company complying with…

High Courts to issue directions to subordinate Courts providing timelines for speedy disposal of trials

Supreme  Court OF India: Taking note of the issue of postponement in transfer of trials, the seat of A.K. Goel and U.U. Lalit, JJ said that ways and means must be discovered by steady thinking and checking. It is the sacred duty of the State to give vital foundation and of the High Courts to screen the working of subordinate courts to guarantee opportune transfer of cases. Managing Officer of a court can’t rest in the condition of weakness. The Court said that a fitting…