Notaries and Oath Commissioners Cannot Execute the Divorce/Marriage Documents: MP High Court

Notaries and Oath Commissioners Cannot Execute the Divorce/Marriage Documents: MP High Court   The MP High Court in a recent order in the case of ‘Mukesh s/o Laxman @ laxminarayan VS State of MP’; held that the notaries and oath commissioners have no authority to execute the divorce documents and marriage documents. The Notary Act

Bar Council Of India

Critical analysis of plea by BCI to make 3 years experience compulsory for law graduates to Appear for Judicial Services

Bar Council of India The Bar Council of India (BCI) is a statutory body that was established in 1961, through section 4 of the Advocates Act. The purpose of the BCI is to regulate the legal practice and legal editions in India. The lawyers elect the members of BCI and such lawyers also represent the

Introduction to Law of Contract

Introduction To Law of Contract

Introduction A contract is an agreement between two entities or individuals, which serves as legal protection for both parties involved in a potential business deal. The contract is an agreement enforceable by law that offers personal rights and imposes personal obligations for the protection of the rights of the parties. The basic contract law depends

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