Legal and Court Articles and Formats

Legal and Court Articles and Formats

May 10, 2018 Off By admin

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Burden of proof in Pronote and Cheque Bounce cases

This article is written by Dr. T. Srinivasa Rao, M.A., LL.M., P.G.D.I.R.P.M.,Ph.D V Addl. District & Sessions Judge, Ranga Reddy District Introduction: Most of the litigation in our country is covered by ...
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Circumstantial Evidence Need to Know

This is the Article written by Dr. T. Srinivasa Rao, M.A.LL.M.,PGD IRPM.PhD.(Gold Medal) V Addl. District Judge, Ranga Reddy District. A Focus on Circumstantial Evidence Introduction: Most of the heinous crimes are ...
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List of Central Acts

List of Central Acts Name of the Act Year Absorbed Areas (Laws) Act 1954 Acquired Territories (Merger) Act 1960 Acquisition of Certain Area at Ayodhya Act 1993 Additional Duties of ...
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List of Law Journals and Reporters for use in Citations

Journal / Reporter Abbreviations Journal / Reporter Name ACC(SC) Accident and Compensation Cases (SC) ACJ Accidents Claims Journal AIHC All India High Court Cases AIR All India Reporter ABR All ...
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Prevention of sexual harassment of Women at work place – A brief study

This article is written by Dr. T. Srinivasa Rao, M.A.LL.M.,PGD IRPM.PhD.(Gold Medal) V Addl. District Judge, Ranga Reddy District Prevention of sexual harassment of Women at work place - A brief study “Whoever ...
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Types of Cases and Case Types and Abbreviations

Case AbbreviationsCase Types ARBOPARBITRATION Original Petition ASAPPEAL SUIT ATAANDHRA TENANCY APPEAL ATCANDHRA TENANCY CASE CACOPY APPLICATION CCCALENDAR CASE CC.APTCALENDAR CASE-AP TRANSCO CC.LGCALENDAR CASE LAND GRABBING CMACIVIL MISCELLEANOUS APPEAL CRIME NOCRIME ...
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Legal Court Formats

Format Motor Accident Claims Tribunal Delhi

In the Court of the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal Delhi Claim Petition No. _______           _________________________________           _________________________________           _________________________________ ...
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Memo of Appearance

MEMO OF APPEARANCE In the Court.................................................................................................................................…................................................................................................................................................ ...........................................................................................................Plaintiff/Appellant VERSUS ….............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Defendant/Respondent ….....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Advocate have been authorized and instructed by....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... …......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Defendant to appear ...
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Power of Attorney (Vakalatnama)

POWER OF ATTORNEY (VAKALATNAMA) IN THE COURT OF...................................................................................................................... …......................................................................................................................................Plaintiff Complainant …...................................................................................................................................... Petitioner Application VERSUS ….......................................................................................................................................Defendant Respondent …............................................................................................................ …................Plaintiff Engaged for......................................................Claim/Charge ...
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Vakalatnama

VAKALATNAMA In the Court of …………………………………………………………………… Suit/Appeal No. …………….……………………………………………..…of 20….… In re ……………..….. Plaintiff/Appellant/Petitioner/Complainant VERSUS …………………………………………….. Defendant/Respondent/Accused KNOW ALL to ...
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