Civil Cases Lawyer in Delhi.

Civil Lawyers

Civil Lawyers
I advised on the law related to the Civil Laws as Under :-
                 Civil recovery of dues of banks
                 Suit for possession and mandatory injunction
                 Suit for partition
                 Suits on manse profit
                 Suits for rendition of account
                 Suit for money recovery
                 Suit for stay
                 Suits for damages
                 Suits on jurisdictions
                 General civil suits.
                 Suit for property matters
                 suit for co-owner
and also drafting Agreements, memorandum of Understanding, employee contracts, general clauses agreements, property matters agreements, distributorship agreements, contract basis employee’s agreements etc.
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Criminal Cases in Delhi-India

Criminal Lawyers In Delhi

Criminal Lawyers in Delhi
Criminal Law is the name given to the branch of law that governs an individual’s relationship to the state. It includes the definitions of criminal offenses, which are usually established by Indian parliaments or state legislatures. The term “criminal law” also encompasses the rights of an accused and the criminal process, including arrest, release on bail,we, pleas, discovery, pretrial hearings, trials, arguments on charge, evidence, motions, and bail . The main purpose of the criminal law is to set forth the punishment for criminal offenses. In order to prove any crime, no matter how serious, the prosecutor must prove that the accused committed a guilty act with a guilty mind beyond a reasonable doubt. Please read on to find a criminal defense attorney, criminal lawyer, criminal attorney or to learn more about criminal law. see in our pages in practice area.
We handling and contesting for our clients for  the matters of cheating case, property fraud case, banking fraud, accident case, sexual harassment case,molestration with womens,rape case, criminal trial, anticipatory bail,parol in criminal case, criminal complaint, criminal complaint under section 156 crpc, criminal breach of trust, defamation, dowry case, case under section 498A IPC, official secret act case, drugs and cosmetic case, First Information report (FIR) cases, narcotic drugs cases, Registration of FIR cases, criminal law India cases, Indian penal code cases,quashing of FIR in high court cases, criminal revision, criminal appeal, cases under section 482 crpc,bail under section 438 crpc..etc

Divorce laws in India for Hindu

Pertaining to the divorce in India, there are various Laws which govern the principle of Divorce like Hindu Marriage Act-1955, Special Marriage Act-1956, Indian Divorce Act, Christian Marriage Act, etc. These laws basically deals with various aspects of divorce and most importantly laid down the grounds on which divorce can be sought by the spouses against each other. Under Indian Laws, divorce is generally divided in to two parts:

GROUND ON WHICH MARRIAGE CAN BE DISSOLVED  (Hindu Marriage Act,1955)

Mutual Consent Divorce in Delhi,India

mutual consent divorce :-

in mutual consent divorce, a joint divorce petition is filed in the district court containing all terms and conditions regarding settlement between husband and wife. Statement is recorded by the court. Subsequently, court calls parties again after six months to get their statement recorded. After recording of statement, court grants decree of divorce and by virtue of same marriage gets dissolved. There are a bill pending against the period of six months waive off.

Dowry case under section 498a-ipc

Dowry Law-498-A-IPC

Dowry Law-498-A-IPC
Dowry meaning :
Section 2.. “Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961” Definition of “dowry” Definition of “dowry”.—In this Act, “dowry”means any property or valuable security given or agreed to be given either directly or indirectly— (a) by one party to a marriage to the other party to the marriage; or (b) by the parents of either party to a marriage or by any other person, to either party to the marriage or to any other person, at or before 1[or any time after the marriage] 2[in connection with the marriage of the said parties, but does not include] dower or mahr in the case of persons to whom the Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) applies. Explanation I.— 3[***] Explanation II.—The expression “valuable security”has the same meaning as in Section 30 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860).
Stridhan
Stridhan is, generally speaking, what a woman can claim as her own property within a marital household. It may include her jewelry (gifted either by her family), gifts presented to her during the wedding or later, and the dowry articles given by her family.
Gifts given by the parents of the bride are considered “stridhan”, i.e. property of the woman, traditionally representing her share of her parent’s wealth.
IPC Section 498A
498A. Husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty.
Whoever, being the husband or the relative of the husband of a woman, subjects such woman to cruelty shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.
Explanation-For the purpose of this section, “cruelty” means-
Any willful conduct which is of such a nature as is likely to drive the woman to commit or suicide to cause grave injury or danger to life, limb or health whether mental or physical) the of woman; or
Harassment of the woman where such harassment is with a view to coercing her or any person related to her to meet any unlawful demand for any property or valuable security or is on account of failure by her or any person related to her meet such demand.
This section is non-bailable,non-compoundable (i.e. it cannot be privately resolved between the parties concerned) and cognizable.
Prosecution for a non-compoundable offense can only be quashed by a High Court of India under its powers under section 482 of Criminal Procedure Code of India. Usually, cases under 498A are quashed by mutual agreement when the husband and wife reconcile with each other, or agree to divorce by mutual consent.
After registration of an FIR for a cognizable, non-bailable offense, the police in India can arrest any and all of the accused named in the complaint, but in Delhi before arresting now have to obtain a written permission from the DCP, after direction of Hon”ble High Court.

Child Custody Law in India.

Custody Of Child Law

Custody of Child Law
Child custody is a term used in family law courts to define legal guardianship of a child under the age of 18. During divorce or marriage annulment proceedings, the issue of child custody often becomes a matter for the court to determine. In most cases, both parents continue to share legal child custody but one parent gains physical child custody. Family law courts generally base decisions on the best interests of the child or children, not always on the best arguments of each parent.
In general, courts tend to award PHYSICAL child custody to the parent who demonstrates the most financial security, adequate parenting skills and the least disruption for the child. Both parents continue to share legal child custody until the minor has reached the age of 18 or becomes legally emancipated. Legal custody means that either parent can make decisions which affect the welfare of the child, such as medical treatments, religious practices and insurance claims. Physical child custody means that one parent is held primarily responsible for the child’s housing, educational needs and food. In most cases, the non-custodial parent still has visitation rights. Many of the religions practicing in India have their own personal laws and they have their different notion of custody.
Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956 (HMGA)
Guardians and Wards Act 1890 (GWA)