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Traffic police rules in India: Things to remember if stopped by traffic police

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 03/08/2022 - 14:08

Every driver requested to be pulled over by a policeman at some point in their life. A traffic cop's task is to stay traffic flow on the roadways as smooth as possible. Broken rules are ensured by traffic police. However, many folks are unaware of the aim behind the pull-over request. it's the time to be mindful of one's rights and keep calm.

At a traffic stop, what documents are required?

Income Tax Rules: Dont need to pay taxes for Nontaxable Income

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 02/01/2022 - 11:11

Every citizen of India whose annual income is more than 2.5 lakh rupees, then he comes under the purview of income tax. But there are some sources of income from where the income does not come under the purview of income tax. However, some conditions also apply with them. Today we will tell you about tax free income tax. 

Documents to check before buying any land

Submitted by asandil on Thu, 09/30/2021 - 14:55

Once you decide to buy a plot, make sure you have all documents in place. Without these, your purchase will be delayed. Having all the proper legal documentation will help protect your land and home from any disputes in the future. Consult a lawyer to help you with every step of the documentation process.

Most of the required documents can be grouped into two types - legal and personal.

Legal documents: These documents are essential, and missing even one of these can result in a delay in purchase.

Points to Consider When Searching for Divorce Lawyers

Submitted by asandil on Thu, 05/27/2021 - 12:10

A divorce brings emotional stress for both the partners. Its tougher for both the parties. Once you have made up your mind to get legally separated from your partner, the next step is searching for the perfect divorce lawyer. Choosing the right divorce lawyer is imperative for the further proceedings. As one has to be clear on all the sensitive matters such as child custody, alimony, and expenses after divorce.

Cognizable and Non-Cognizable offence under Code of Criminal Procedure

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 01/05/2021 - 23:12

The cognizable offense is discussed under Section 154. Section 2(c) of the Criminal Procedure Code,1973 defines a Cognizable offense. It means an offense for which a police officer may, in accordance with the 1st schedule or under any other law for the time being in force, arrest the convict without any warrant and a cognizable case means a case relating to an offense in which the police officer may, in accordance with the 1st schedule or under any other law for the time being in force, arrest without warrant.