Civil Law

Civil law is a body of rules that defines and protects the private rights of citizens, offers legal remedies that may be sought in a dispute, and covers areas of law such as contracts, torts, property and family law.

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Consumer Court is the special purpose court, in India, that deals with cases regarding consumer disputes and grievances. Its main function is to maintain the fair practices by the sellers towards consumers. Consumers can file a case against a seller if they are harassed or exploited by sellers.

A name change refers to the legal process of changing one’s name, which will be different from the person’s birth, marriage or adoption name. It is important to note that a name change has legal effects, and once a person undergoes a name change, the new name becomes that person’s legal and only name.

Compliances relating to passport issues have been increasing rapidly. Consulting a lawyer would help you tackle the situation in a lawful way.

Birth Certificate (BC) issued by the Registrar of Births & Deaths or the Municipal Corporation or any other prescribed authority whosoever has been empowered under the Registration of Birth & Deaths Act, 1969 to register the birth of a child born in India.

Banking law is the broad term for laws that govern how banks and other financial institutions conduct business. Banks must comply with a myriad of federal, state and even local regulations. Lawyers perform a wide variety of functions that relate to creating, following and enforcing regulations.

In the civil law, the first obligation on the part of the lender is to suffer the borrower to use and enjoy the thing loaned during the time of the loan, according to the original intention. Such is not the doctrine of the common law. The lender is obliged by the civil law to reimburse the borrower the extraordinary expenses to which he has been put for the preservation of the thing lent.

Recovery of money refers to the amount of money and any other right or property awarded to a plaintiff in a lawsuit.

A legal notice is a formal communication to a person or entity informing him that you intend to undertake legal proceedings against him. It is a step taken before filing a suit, and is meant to warn the other party that legal action may be taken against him/her, if he/she fails to comply with some specified condition.

A civil case is a lawsuit that usually deals with contracts and/or torts. Torts, generally speaking, are wrongful (negligent) acts that result in damage or injury. Civil cases can occur by way of action or application

A civil dispute is a disagreement between individuals, or an individual and a trader, business or company. The dispute may negatively impact on an individual’s lifestyle or finances and often they and the other party require assistance in resolving the dispute.

Foreign Exchange Management Act or in short (FEMA) is an act that provides guidelines for the free flow of foreign exchange in India. It has brought a new management regime of foreign exchange consistent with the emerging frame work of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). FEMA is applicable in all over India and even branches, offices and agencies located outside India, if it belongs to a person who is a resident of India.

Defamation is the general term for a legal claim involving injury to one’s reputation caused by a false statement of fact and includes both libel (written or fixed form) and slander (spoken). The crux of a defamation claim is falsity.

Right to Information (RTI) is act of the Parliament of India to provide for setting out the practical regime of the right to information for citizens and replaces the erstwhile Freedom of information Act, 2002. Under the provisions of the Act, any citizen of India may request information from a “public authority” which is required to reply expeditiously or within thirty days.

Summary procedure is a legal procedure used for enforcing a right that takes effect faster and more efficiently than ordinary methods. Its object is to summarise the procedure of suits in case the defendant is not having any defence. A summary suit can be instituted in High Courts, City Civil Courts, Courts of Small Causes and any other court notified by the High Court.

A contract in which one party agrees to indemnify another against a predefined category of risks in exchange for a premium. Depending on the contract, the insurer may promise to financially protect the insured from the loss, damage, or liability stemming from some event. An insurance contract will almost always limit the amount of monetary protection possible