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Civil Suit for Damages – Vicarious Liability

CIVIL SUIT NO. _____ OF ______ In the High Court at Calcutta ORDINARY Original CIVIL Jurisdiction ……… Plaintiff -Versus-                                       …….  Defendants REGISTERED ADDRESS OF THE PLANTIFF SI. NO. Name 1.    Plaintiff      Advocate-on-Record   For Plaintiff. CIVIL SUIT NO. ____ OF ______ In the High Court at Calcutta ORDINARY Original CIVIL Jurisdiction […]

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Format SLP (Special Leave Petition) Criminal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA (CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION) SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION (CRL.) NO.    ______    OF ______ (Under Article 136 of the Constitution of India) (WITH PRAYER FOR INTERIM RELIEF)                                        POSITION OF PARTIES                                        In the High Court         In this Court BETWEEN: ___________,                                   Appellant No.2                Petitioner Son of ________, Sunari, P.S.: Suneel, District Jhalawar […]

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Winding Up Notice Format

SPEED POST/REGISTERED POST WITH A/D.                                                                                                               Dated: To                                                                         __________ __________ Dear Sir(s),   Re:    Notice under section 434 (a) of the Companies Act, 1956 for winding up of the addressee Company due to outstanding debt amount of Rs. ______________/- (Rupees ____________________ only) along with interest @ 18% per annum pending payment. […]

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Deconstructing the Right to Education Act, 2009 and Child-Labour in India

Today, with thriving population in India, there are millions of children living on the streets, unattended, uncared for and with practically no future at all. Under prevailing political, social and economic situation in India, there’s little doubt that the percentage of children living on the streets and working as bonded labourers would manifold increase with […]

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Stamp Paper Validity

The basic purpose of Indian Stamp Act, 1899 is to raise revenue to Government. However, over a period of time, the stamped document has obtained so much value that a ‘stamped document’ is considered much more authentic and reliable than an un-stamped document. Power of Parliament in respect of stamp duty – Parliament can make […]