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Guide to Divorce in India – How to get the Process Started and What to Expect?

Submitted by Aranlaw on Thu, 09/29/2022 - 20:52

Divorce Procedures in India – Detailed Explanation

Divorce is a major life decision that can have a significant impact on both of your families. You may be asking yourself, what should I do if I am considering divorce in India? And how do I start the whole thing?

If you’re considering getting a divorce in India, there are a few things you should know about the process. Here’s a quick guide to help you get started:

Negative Covenants of employee agreement

Submitted by Aranlaw on Wed, 09/14/2022 - 21:29


Employment contracts are contracts which are drafted by the employers in order to safeguard the interest of the business. As we all know that Contracts are agreements enforceable by law, where there are two parties to the contract defining their rights and liabilities towards each other. One such type of contract is employment contract. In

these contracts, the employer’s define various terms of business to be executed between the parties.

Bail Application Process and Procedures

Submitted by Aranlaw on Fri, 09/09/2022 - 22:12

Bail Application Procedures before the High Court

What is Bail Application?
A bail application is a petition filed by an accused in a criminal case seeking an order to be released from jail pending their trial. The application is typically made to a judge or magistrate who will then decide whether or not to grant the request. If granted, the accused will be released on bail, which is an amount of money paid by the defendant (or surety) as a guarantee that they will return for their court date.

Anticipatory Bail Proceedings

Submitted by Aranlaw on Mon, 08/22/2022 - 19:58

Anticipatory Bail Proceedings before the Court

What is Anticipatory Bail?
Anticipatory bail Proceedings are a legal mechanism in India whereby an accused person can seek pre-arrest bail from the court. This means that if the police come to arrest the person, they must first obtain a warrant from the court. The accused person can then apply for anticipatory bail, which will be granted if the court feels that there is no prima facie case against the accused and that they are not likely to abscond or tamper with evidence.


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