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Most Active Advocate
Name : Vijay Premchandani
Direct answers : 51 (4 Points for each answer)
Answers by Email : 64 (1 Point for each answer)
Total answers : 115
City : Ulhasnagar
Blogs submitted : 141 (5 Points for each Blog)
Number of visitors : 20138 (1 Point for 3 visitors)
Total Points : 6774
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(1) Advocate Vijay Premchandani from Ulhasnagar ( 6774 Points )
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(3) Advocate Ajitkumar Deshpande from Hubli & Bellary ( 2833 Points )
(4) Advocate Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V from Pondicherry ( 2377 Points )
(5) Advocate anurag gupta from agra ( 2096 Points )
(6) Advocate Manju Dwivedi from Agra ( 1863 Points )
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Recent Comments
(1) Send a legal notice to the tenant calling him to q ... - By Minansu Bhadra posted 2 weeks ago
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you need to immediate ... - By Uttam Tibrewal posted 3 weeks ago
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It is not possible to execute sale de ... - By Ajitkumar Deshpande posted 4 weeks ago
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Advocate blogs
(1) Astrology The Science By Padam Paul
(2) Stare Decisis/Certainty of law, Question of referring to a larger Bench, when will arise. By Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V
(3) Res Judicata, Applicability of principle in Writ Petition. By Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V
(4) SOCIAL ADVOCATE SINGRAULI MP By Bal Mukund
(5) Registration of development agreement By Pramod Shroff
(6) Hindu Succession Act (1956), Section 14(1) (Explanation), Acquisition of property by a woman, nature of. By Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V
(7) Consumer Protection Act(1986)/Authorised agent/objection to granting of permission to the Authorised Agent, for appearance on behalf of the complainant before the Consumer Forum, on the ground that he was not enrolled as an Advocate, whether tenable. By Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V
(8) Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act,(2009) By Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V
(9) Transporters whether can provide luggage carriers on roof of vehicles-Validity of the Rule. By Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V
(10) Meaning of "Sufficient Cause" By Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V
Phrases
(1) In Cognito = in Unknown; person whose name and identity is concealed.
(2) Factum probans = Evidentiary fact from which the princial fact follows.
(3) Animus recuparendi = Intention of recovering.
(4) Felony = Crimes.
(5) De minimis non curat lex = Law does not take account of trifles.
(6) Ad litem = At law, for the suit.
(7) Adminstratio ad litem = an administrator of a diseased person\'s estate appointed for the purpose of litigation only.
(8) Nihil = Nothing.
(9) Audi alteram partem = Hear the other party, i.e.no party should be condemned unheared.
(10) In Extenso = at length.
Legal docs
(1) REGARDING ISSUE OF DUPLICATE LICENCE FOR EXPORT TRADE CONTROL.
(2) AFFIDAVIT BEFORE THE SALES-TAX TRIBUNAL FOR STAY OF DISPUTED TAX.
(3) AFFIDAVIT IN INCOME-TAX PROCEEDINGS
(4) AFFIDAVIT OF PROCESS SERVER TO A ACCOMPANY RETURN OF A SUMMONS OR NOTICE
(5) AFFIDAVIT WITH THE APPLICATION TO REGIONAL TRANSPORT AUTHORITY FOR DUPLICATE LICENCE
Dictionary
(1) Stirpes = Latin: the offspring of a person; his or her descendants. For example, inheriting per stirpes means having a right to a deceaseds estate because you happen to be a descendant of the deceased.
(2) Bad Faith = Intent to deceive. A person who intentionally tries to deceive or mislead another in order to gain some advantage.
(3) Accord and Satisfaction = A term of contract law by which one party, having complied with its obligation under a contract, accepts some type of compensation from the other party (usually money and of a lesser value) in lieu of enforcing the contract and holding the other party to their obligation.
(4) Deposition = The official statement by a witness taken in writing (as opposed to testimony which where a witnesses give their perception of the facts verbally).
(5) Halliday Order = A special Court order in regards to document disclosure where, in special cases, a lawyer for a litigant, as an officer of the Court, first review documents from specified sources, or at large, and identifies and proposes to set aside and distinguish documents weighed relevancy, for reasons of privilege, privacy, confidentiality, or the potential personal embarrassment of the party given the personal nature of the information in a document.

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