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Vishing Attack: You could be the next Victim

With one potential call, your curiosity or fear of gaining or losing could lead you to the trap of criminals. With an increasing wave of advancements in technology and innovation, fraudsters are getting more equipped with the tools that further victimize you and your close ones. Gathering all internal information by reviewing your surroundings, they showcase extreme credibility in their communication which gets you manipulated to share all possible information to their benefit. Multiple organizations have adopted advertisements, training, and every po...

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Criminal Law

Animal Abuse In India: How To Report An Animal Cruelty Complaint

Animals depend on us to safeguard them by reporting crimes against them. Even though every state has provisions against animal cruelty, these laws are only as effective as those of those who implement them. The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act works to prevent Animal Abuse in India. The liberties we enjoy as people make us powerful and enable us to lead a more accessible and pleasant life. We live in harmony with the environment, nature, and other creatures, and we have rules for safeguarding the well-being of animals just as we do for the security ...

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Criminal Law

Contested Divorce in India

The most typical type of divorce is contested divorce in India. People gradually leave unhappy marriages and enter healthier ones as they become aware of their unpleasant reality. When one partner files for divorce and the other refuses, the divorce is said to be contested. This divorce is commonly known as a one-sided divorce because only one partner files for the divorce in the court, while the other partner opposes (contests) it. A contested divorce is an option when a husband and wife cannot agree on any aspect of their divorce, such as alimony, chi...

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Family Law

What is the Difference Between IPC and CRPC?

Indian law is an extremely broad concept; more than 1200 laws exist. According to the National Crime Bureau 2018 report, more than 50 lakh criminal cases have been filed in the year preceding the reporting year. In an illegal context, legislation is drafted to set out the circumstances(substantial law) and procedures( procedural law) in which persons, juristic or else, may be penalised by the State under which those laws have been legislated. Thus, it is the substantial aspects of criminal law that concentrate on principles of law according to which cr...

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Criminal Law

Steps in Civil Court Proceedings in India

Conflicts among individuals or organisations, usually involving money, are the basis of civil proceedings. A civil lawsuit starts when a legal citizen files a "suit" in court, alleging that he/she has been injured as a result of the conduct of another individual or organisation. The well-established rules of the Code of Civil Procedure [CPC] serve as a guide for the majority of civil lawsuits. Instead of imposing punishment or new penalties, as in criminal litigation, civil litigation aims to settle claims or compensation to the harmed party. Moreover, ...

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Civil Law

What is the Difference Between Insolvency and Bankruptcy?

What is Insolvency? Often due to raised expenditures, low cash inflow, or inadequate cash-flow management, an individual or an entity becomes incapable of compensating for the due debts. This financial stress position of the company leads to its Insolvency. The next step in insolvency proceedings is liquidation, in which the assets and resources get divided among the creditors. And the business gets shut down. Alternatively, an insolvent entity can make contracts or informal meetings with beneficiaries to reorganise debts and clear them off. Types ...

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Corporate law

How to Claim Car Insurance for Own Damage?

As the future is unpredictable, so does the risks and damages that come along with the vehicle. Here insurance act as a protector for all those expenses. Impossibility is attached to the predictability of unfortunate circumstances, and to keep ourselves secure, we adopt different ways. Similarly, insurance acts as a protective gear that helps us sail through unexpected expenses. In India, an individual must get the car insured because it is a mandatory law and no opt-out option is available. As per the legal provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act of 1998,...

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Civil Law

How Can a Partner be Expelled from a Partnership?

A partnership firm would reconstitute if any minor adjustments were made to the dynamic between the partners. A partnership firm must get reconstituted whenever a new partner is added, or an existing member is dropped. Therefore, no addition or removal of a partner can be started without the current partners' agreement, subject to a contract between partners and the laws addressing minors in a firm. Under the Indian Partnership Act of 1932, this article discusses the legal repercussions of removing partners from a partnership firm. What is the Indian Pa...

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Corporate law

What is the Punishment for Demanding Dowry?

The Indian marital structure has been destroyed by the societal evil of dower, which has also resulted in horrible abuses and torture of women. When a bride is married, her in-laws may be given dowry as a monetary or in-kind present. In addition to abolishing the dowry system, the government has implemented several regulations (including The Dowry Prohibition Act of 1961) and adjustments to raise girls' status. However, due to the cultural nature of this problem, legislation hasn't had the desired effect on our culture. When it comes to what is the punis...

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Family Law

Punishment for Stalking a Woman

Stalking and stalkers might sound non-injurious, but in the real world, they impact our lives. Let's see what the punishment for stalking a woman in India is. Some behaviours might not look like stalking, or if they do, we tend to ignore them because they are not impacting us at the moment. Eventually, to understand what's happening around us and with us, we need to know the acts and fundamental nature of stalking. Laws related to stalking vary from state to state, describing different forms. As a general connotation, it is considered a pattern of dist...

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Criminal Law

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