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  • Family Law
  • Family Law
  • Civil Procedure Code
  • Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
  • Transfer of Property Act, 1882
  • Corporate Laws
Common Men are intimidated on the information about law of their country and the courts governing them as they do rarely possess any knowledge about it. But a little knowledge about law might help them to get through any hindrance and to know their rights, liberties and liabilities under the governing law of land. Under-noted are certain basis guideline about the certain prevailing laws.

Family Law: Whether it be Marriage, Divorce of Separation, Wills, Probate and such family matters covers a wide range of legal aspects. The complexities and legalities of issues such as succession, maintenance, guardianship are all brought under one canopy of Family Law.

Civil Procedure Code: Or sometimes lightly referred to as the CPC has the key to the procedure to institute any legal issue arising out of a civil dispute. Such disputes might be a property dispute a monetary transaction, sale-purchase conflicts performance of a contact. The Code of Civil Procedure 1908, covers the entire ambit ranging from the institution of the suit to appeals, revisions, reference, review and right to final disposal of the suit by a decree or order.

Criminal Procedure Code, 1973: Like the Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code deals with cases arising out of criminal offences falling under any of the criminal law of the land.

The code deals specifically with the institution of criminal suits which may either be filed by a private individual or the Police. It deals with the power of the courts, the magistrates and passing of summons or warrants.

The code further highlights the authority of the police officers as regards to cognizable and non-cognizable offences.

Transfer of Property Act, 1882: This act deals with the various aspects of tangible property and the rights and liabilities arising out of them. Such aspects could be sale of property, lease or renting of property, mortgage of property, gifting of property and exchange of property. The Act deals in details with the power attached to either the ownership or possession of a particular property, the concepts of registration, payment of stamp duty thereof, and drafting of deeds.

Corporate Laws: Anything relating to the incorporation of the Company, allotment of shares & debentures, determination of share capital, registration of charge, management of the affairs of a company, constitution & retirement of the Board of Directors and winding up of a Company whether it be a Public Limited Company, Private Limited Company, is dealt as been provided under The Companies Act, 1956 as amended by the Companies (Third Amendment) Act, 2001.