Monthly Archives: February 2020

Registration of Adoption Deed

Introduction: Registration of Adoption Deed Section 16 of the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956 provides that if the adoption deed is registered, it shall be presumed that the adoption has been done after complying with the provisions of HAMA. So, it is highly recommended to get the adoption deed registered at the concerned Sub

Maintenance Laws in India

Who can claim maintenance? The maintenance can be termed as financial support which is required after the marriage has terminated. A legally wedded wife, children, parents, and another dependent can claim under Section u/s 125 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. But the second wife cannot claim maintenance, because that marriage will be forbidden by

Dismissal of Review Petition under Article 32

The petitioner is a death-row convict in Nirbhaya’s case which relates to the gang rape of the victim in the moving bus in Delhi on 17 December 2012. The trial court imposed the death sentence on the petitioner and other co-accused in September 2013. The High Court vide its judgment dated 13.03.2014 confirmed the conviction

Mediation over Litigation

Mediation is one of the Alternate Dispute Mechanism which is used by the parties to solve their legal issues. It is a method in which a neutral third party known as the Mediator is engaged by both the parties, facilitating conversations between them. The method is used in resolving many disputes but largely the matter

Child Custody to the Father

We have heard many cases and circumstances in which the importance of giving custody to the child is being highlighted. But the warmth and affection of the father are also of a prominent nature. The Bombay High Court has recently passed a decision in which after the death of the mother the custody of the

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