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It’s right time India must to get rid of absurdities in laws

Submitted by asandil on Wed, 05/28/2014 - 18:53

Needless to say that visibly there are blemishes in Indian laws that may seem doltish, outdated, draconian, conflicting, open to misapply and in some cases even interesting and it is high time we dispose of such absurdities to make the legitimate framework powerful, says economist, editorialist and author Bibek Debroy. He was giving an address organized by Moneylife Foundation in Mumbai.

The suggestible amendments in The Hindu Marriage Act 1955

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 05/27/2014 - 18:52

According to the senior lawyer of the Supreme Court Kamini Jaiswal, it can, as of now, take 6 months to 20 years to get a divorce. As stated by the previous Union Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily, there are 55,000 cases pending in the different courts across the nation. Mr. Veerappa Moily likewise precluded correcting the Hindu Marriage Act so as to oblige the Khap Panchayat's requests.

Legal terminology used in the matters of property possessions

Submitted by asandil on Tue, 05/27/2014 - 18:49

Property is a piece of real estate that is owned legally by the owner. Usually, property passes from a generation to next generation and so on. Usually, property is acquired within a family, when it passes from one generation to the other. All these transferring activities are regulated under The Indian Succession Act, 1925, Transfer of Property Act 1882, and the Registration Act, 1908 and The Hindu Succession Act, 1956.

The various modes through which the property acquisitions take place are as follow:

Law, legal machinery and status of women in India

Submitted by asandil on Mon, 05/26/2014 - 19:26

In a society that has profound male dominance, women are incapable to get justice they deserve. For example, it is not very easy for a woman to go police station with a complaint against a man. She may not only be humiliated but also get a cold response from the policemen appointed there. What worsens the scenario is the attitude of the police towards a women complainer. It is the need of the hour to make judicial activism simpler, faster and readily available to the women.

Lawful provisions for women’s right to property

Submitted by asandil on Mon, 05/26/2014 - 19:22

There is close relationship between status of an individual and his/her property. Law gives the right to property to an individual that is subject to satisfaction of some specific conditions. Prior, there were characteristic favouritisms in the property laws. Presently, they have been evacuated to certain degrees. Despite the fact that women may be vested with legitimate rights, in the event that they failed to assert them, the objective of strengthening remains unfulfilled.

Women and Divorce in the new-age Indian Society

Submitted by asandil on Mon, 05/26/2014 - 19:20

At the point when opting for divorce in India, it used to be difficult to confront a piercing and stooping glare. That is evolving now. A short understanding of how Indians see this incident is important. It is the legitimate bond between two life partners who wish to bring an end to their pledges (known as pheras), for all impacts and purposes. The way to get divorce in India is truly not at all like that which is practiced in western nations like the Unites States and Sweden.

Now get a Tatkal Marriage Certificate in Delhi

Submitted by asandil on Mon, 05/26/2014 - 19:16

Having taken inspiration from Indian Railway’s "tatkal" ticket facility, the Delhi Government has produced a unique programme under which a marriage certificate can be issued within 24-hours. The Revenue Department of Delhi Government has introduced tatkal service that would issue quick authorization and proper certification of a marriage through a speedy procedure.