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Admission Open For New Session June,July & August 2020 of Online and Classroom Program both. Online Judiciary Batch from 25th May Scholarship Test Result- 2020 held by DIAS Law Academy on 21.06.2020https://diaslawacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/MERIT-LIST.pdf

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TEMPORARY INJUNCTION

TEMPORARY INJUNCTION

The temporary injunction is to maintain the status quo in the suit and for preventing the suit from becoming infructuous. It is filed through an applicant, it is essential that there should be the same suit pending in the court at the timing of application. Gujarat Bottling Co. v/s Coca Cola Co., 1995 SC S.C […]

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CAVEAT

A Caveat is a Latin term which means ‘let a person beware’ originated in the mid-16th century. In law, it may be understood as a notice, especially in probate, that certain actions may not be taken without informing the person who gave the notice. It may simply be understood as a warning. In the Civil […]

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APPEAL AND RESTITUTION

Appeal is statutory right. It can be exercised only when it is provided by law. It is not a fundamental right. Appeal From Original Decree:- Every decree is appealable u/s 96 (1). Appeal can be filed against ex-parte decree u/s 96 (2). No decree can be filed against consent decree u/s 96 (3). Appeal Against […]

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Alternative Dispute Resolution | Study Material

ORDER 10 RULE 1 (A) TO 1 (C)[Alternative Dispute Resolution] Here We will discuses “Alternative Dispute Resolution” in detail order 10 rule 1(a) to 1(c). Role of Arbitration. Is it mandatory to formulate the terms of settlement? Purpose of arbitration. After admission and denial if the court finds that there is possibilities of settlement b/w […]

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ABATEMENT O22

Dismissal of suit due to non-substitution of legal representative after the death of the parties to the suit. Burden of Proof for Substitution Lies on:- If plaintiff dies than on LR’s of plaintiff. If defendant dies than of plaintiff. Rule 6:- No Abatement By Reason of Death. Suit filed → Evidences are recorded → Party dies → Court can […]

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CLAT and AILET

Both law entrance examinations namely CLAT and AILET have nearly the same test syllabus and Pattern for Undergraduate law courses of study. The test syllabus of both the examinations (CLAT and AILET) is that the questions in both the examinations are from subjects – English, Elementary Mathematics, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, and […]

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Difference between CLAT and AILET

Both law entrance examinations namely CLAT and AILET have nearly the same test syllabus and Pattern for Undergraduate law courses of study. The test syllabus of both the examinations (CLAT and AILET) is that the questions in both the examinations are from subjects – English, Elementary Mathematics, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, and […]

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