Mortgage by Conditional Sale

Section 58(c) of the Transfer of the Property Act defines the "Mortgage by Conditional Sale".It may be defined as an ostensible sale on condition that upon repayment,the buyer shall transfer the property to the seller.During the Muslim rule,this...

How much we know about INDIA

  Yesterday I just watching one TV quiz show. In that , they asked one question about INDIA our country. I was shoked when I saw the person was unable to answer it. I think people should know such things. Thats for I am writing this article ,...

List of Best Law Colleges of India

Looking out for degree in LAW, then why not give a try to the best law colleges in India, which was done / conducted all over India to find the best law college where a student can dream of becoming the leading lawyer of India. 1 - NLSIU,...

Sale

The Sale of immovable property under the Transfer of Property Act.The term "Sale" is a transfer of ownership in exchange for a price paid or promised or part-paid and part-promised. Transfer of tangible immovable property of the value of...

Conversion

"Conversion" is also known as "Trover".It is the wrongful taking or using or destroying the goods or an exercise of dominion over the goods,which is inconsistent with the title of the owner. Types of Conversion : The Tort of conversion can be...

Yesterday while just surfing the TV channel,  on one of the channel I saw the good movie named "Wednesday". Whie watching this movie , we can come to know today how the people are making a good as well as bad use of technology. So, we should have...

Negligence in Torts

"Negigence" is the breach of a legal duty by ommission to do something which a reasonable man would do or by doing something which a reasonable man would not do.So negligence arises from "Nonfeasance  or Misfeasance". Negligence is simply...

Discharge of Torts

If a tort is committed aright of action arises in favour of the injured person.It comes to an end by one of the following methods.Thus the extinction of liability is known as "Discharge of Torts". 1. Death of one of the Parties 2. By...

Remedies and Damages

The remedies and damages are classified under the Tort.Here,i can explain the remedies and damages of law which are available in tort. The remedies are available to Plantiff for a Tort are of two types: They are:- 1. Judicial Remedies and...

Malicious Prosecution

Malicious Prosecution is the institution of an unsuccessful criminal,bankruptcy or liquidation proceedings against an innocent parson.It is done only with a malicious intention and not in furtherance of justice.It is also unreasonable and...

Actio personalis moritur cum persona

In Law field, there are many legal maxim & terms used in the Court.But other than the Law field people do not know the meaning of it.Here,i explained one of the Legal Maxim which i know. "Actio personalis moritur cum persona" it means "A...

False Imprisonment in Torts

False Imprisonment has been defined as 'the total restraint of liberty,for however short a time,without lawful justification'. The restraint may either be by physically applying force or by mere showing of authority.The place of...

Ubi jusi ibi remedium

In Law field, there are many legal maxim & terms used in the Court.But other than the Law field people do not know the meaning of it.Here,i explained one of the Lagal Maxim which i know. "Ubi jusi ibi remedium" it means "Every Right has a...

Minorities in democracy

Democracy is popularly defined as a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Democracy is in essence a rule by the majority. The rights and provileges of minorities is very relevant and rather essence of democratic system. In...

Partition Of Joint Family Property

Partition means Division,it is a process by which the joint status is put to an end.In other Words,it means division of Joint Family.It refers to both the Status and Property. The Partition was only the Coparcener Property not a Separate...

Disqualifications

Disqualifications for right of Inheritance: The Hindu Succession Act,1956 Section 24 t0 28 deals with the disqualification for claming of right of inheritance. In Hindu Joint Family,when the partition was take place,the share of the...

Valuation of perquisite in respect of free education:- The basis of valuation is explaibed below 1. Training of Employees- Amount spent for providing free education facilities to and training of the employee is not taxable. 2. Fixed education...

Doctrine of Escheatment

The Hindu Succession Act,1956 Section 29 defines the "Doctrine of Escheatment". According to this in Hindu Joint Family,if there are no heirs i.e.absence of class I,classII,Agnates and Cognates to the deceased person,the Government will take...

Reopening of Partition

According to the Hindu Joint Family,Once the Partition is made,it can be irrevocable or re-opened. A text of Manu, once the partition of inheritence made:Once is a damsel given in the marriage and once does a man say,"I give",these three are...

Mutawalli

A person,who manages the Waqf property is called "Mutawalli".The legal position of Mutawalli is that of the Manager or Superintendent of the Waqf properties. Qualification: Any Muslim Male or Female who is major(18 years old) and is of sound...

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