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Law on Live-in Relationships in India: Lawyers Advice

India has witnessed a drastic change in the way the present generation perceives their relationships. The non-acceptant fact of live-in relationship that used to haunt couples living in these relationships has started to fade away with society opening up about the idea of pre-marital sex and live-in relationships. This improved mindset of the society is a result of freedom, privacy, profession, education and also globalization. However, it is not an easy escape from responsibilities for most of the people but it is an easy way for the couples to understand each other and also check if they are compatible to...

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Evidence-Basis of a Strong Criminal Defense: Lawyers Advice

The term ‘evidence’ as it relates to investigation, speaks to a wide range of information sources that might eventually inform the Court to prove or disprove points at issue before the tried fact. Sources of evidence can include anything from the observations of witnesses to the examination and analysis of physical objects. People die of natural causes every day, but sometimes there is a foul play involved and a death turns into a murder case. In such a case the police often start checking a suspect and they will likely base their conclusion on a couple of key pieces of...

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Grant of Bail in India: Lawyers Advice

It is important to doubt first and then prove but the presumption of the innocence is also necessary and with this thought, the provision of granting bail was introduced. The granting of bail has proven as a remedy to save the innocent man from spending time in jail before his trial and also allows him to enhance his case preparation. Bail can be given by the officer-in-charge of the police station or the police who is investigating. Section 170 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr. P.C.) of 1973 confers authority to offer bail. As far as the bail procedure...

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How and where can I apply for Anticipatory Bail

Anticipatory Bail has been dealt in criminal law under Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr. P.C.) of 1973 through which the High Court and the Sessions Court have been equipped with the discretion to provide such bail. The filing of an FIR is not necessary by the Applicant before he approaches the Court to file an Anticipatory Bail. A person can be arrested upon other reasons that satisfy the criterion of ‘reason to believe.’ However, in Criminal Cases especially cases concerning dowry, anticipatory bail comes as a relief to several accused persons. For an Anticipatory Bail to...

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Laws on Bail in India: Lawyers Advice

Bail is defined under the criminal law as the legal release of an individual from the police custody who is awaiting a Court trial and is charged with certain offences. In simple words ‘Bail’ means a kind of security or bond which is given to release a person from prison. India witnesses tons of crime on a daily basis but the police are successful in tracing the criminals who they believe committed the crime. However, many at times the accused might not be guilty but they are required to be behind the bars and the only way out of this...

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Acquisition: An Opportunity to Acquire Budding Businesses

The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic had caused severe economic dislocations in the country entailing a major slowdown in the Indian economy. Amidst the slowdown, while small companies were still trying to recover from the destruction caused by the first wave, the advent of an unprecedented second wave has made them increasingly vulnerable to corporate dissolution. Over here we shall be discussing in detail “Acquisitions” and how the same can assist to preserve their business operations in the aftermath of the second wave of COVID-19. An acquisition is the purchase of controlling interest by an acquirer in the share...

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