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When you execute an unfilled up but duly signed negotiable instrument such as a cheque or a promissory note, it is an inchoate negotiable instrument.An inchoate instrument creates an imbalance between the parties to the document, making the giver in a disadvantageous position but making the receiver more advantageous.Therefore, you should never be a party to an inchoate negotiable instrument.Otherwise, you may have to pay a heavy price.
Published by Rama lingam 71 months ago in General Law | +6 votes | 3 comments
The primary purpose of a trial, whether in a civil or criminal setting, is to determine the truth, to find out what really happened. A decision, is claiming to be fair and just, has to be based on the truth. If a judgment is grounded on lies and half-truths the purpose of a hearing is defeated and the confidence in the court destroyed.
Published by Joel Torreja 71 months ago in General Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Executing a gift deed is less cumbersome than drafting a Will.A gift is complete when the donee accepts the gift made by the donor.A gift of a movable property is made without creating any record.Whereas, you have to create a record for gifting your immovable property and it should be registered.A gift deed should contain all the relevant details such as the donor, donee, date of execution, details of the immovable property and market value of the immovable property etc.A valid gift and the gift...
Published by Rama lingam 71 months ago in General Law | +9 votes | 8 comments
You may have to execute a Will if circumstances warrant as to the disposition of your movable or immovable properties in favor of a person.While executing the Will you have to follow the law of the land.You must plan ahead before executing a Will.After executing a Will on your own volition with a free will, you must keep it in the safe custody of a locker or a lawyer.A Will comes into force when the executor of the Will dies;however after the death of the testator or the executor of the Will, t...
Published by Rama lingam 71 months ago in General Law | +11 votes | 5 comments
Immigrants work hard and they make a living in Boston, Massachusetts. They practice their faith and obey the law. They go to see the Boston Celtics play basketball. They take their children to the Boston Children's Museum. They pay their taxes and contribute to the 12th largest economy in the world!
Published by Bobby Scott 71 months ago in General Law | +1 votes | 0 comments
Arvind Kejariwal has recently been in controversy for his gap between preaching and implementing voting rights. His casual approach towards his own voting rights was caught by media and true face of hypocritic Arvind Kejariwal was exposed.One has to be very sincere in public life or otherwise you will be caught on wrong foot by media and people.
Published by SULEKHA DHAGE 71 months ago in General Law | +1 votes | 0 comments
An explanation of the Senate Bill 1070 taking part in Arizona. You will understand the law and its provisions and why is such a controversial issue at the state and federal level. You will recognize what the state of Arizona is trying to accomplish in the U.S. Supreme Court ruling coming up. The article provides resources to illegal aliens in need of immigration information and an attorney.
Published by Tatiana Uribe 71 months ago in General Law | +2 votes | 0 comments
A Hindu gets married to beget offspring.An issue less Hindu can go for adoption by scrupulously following the provisions of the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956.Though a deed of adoption is not necessary, a record of adoption is created once the process of adoption is over.The record of adoption must be carefully worded without any loopholes and without any scope for ambiguities.
Published by Rama lingam 72 months ago in General Law | +7 votes | 5 comments
The power of attorney is a document executed by one or more persons in favor of one or more persons with a specific object of doing something on the completion of which the power comes to an end.A general power of attorney is cancelled at will by the principal by issuing a notice to the agent and a specific power expires as and when the objective of the power is over.
Published by Rama lingam 72 months ago in General Law | +7 votes | 4 comments
The Supreme Court of India acting swiftly and rather skillfully disposed of the Writ Petition filed by the Army Chief of India Mr.V.K.Singh just by questioning his fairness when he had already admitted his date of birth as 10, May, 1950 on three occasions earlier in the year 2008 and 2009.Thereby it avoided the miscarriage of Justice and misuse of Government machinery.
Published by Rama lingam 72 months ago in General Law | +3 votes | 4 comments
The reader will learn that fiduciary duty is a legal concept that can be written or implied, and requires a person or company to faithfully meet financial and moral obligations to another. Breach of fiduciary duty has three elements, proof of fiduciary relationship, harm, and proof that the offending party benefited.
Published by Judith Barton 72 months ago in General Law | +9 votes | 4 comments
Published by Judith Barton 231 months ago in General Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Issuing a legal notice forms the basis of a legal action.It helps to resolves the disputes between the parties either amicably or through a court of law.A legal notice can be issued by a person by himself or through his agent.It can be served in person or by post or through courier service.
Published by Rama lingam 72 months ago in General Law | +11 votes | 3 comments
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