Ram Jethmalani

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Ram Jethmalani:13 Things know About India’s Most Famous Defence

Ram Boolchand Jethmalani was an Indian lawyer and politician. He served as India’s Union minister of law and justice, as chairman of the Indian Bar Council, and as the president of the Supreme Court Bar Association. He is noted in the Indian legal fraternity for his forte in criminal law and high-profile civil cases.Died: 8 September 2019 Trending
Born:14 September 1923,Shikapur, Pakistan.
Office:Member of Rajya Sabha since 2016
“Age is an issue of mind over matter, if you don’t mind it doesn’t matter” – Mark Twain.

Here are some things that you ought to know about this maverick lawyer:

1. Born in 1923 in Shikarpur, Ram Jethmalani was a bright student and got a triple promotion when in school.

2. Ram Jethmalani obtained a law degree when he was all of 17 and practised law in Karachi…

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All legal action can only be taken once notice has been served upon the entity or individual you wish to take to court. It is only this process that legalises bringing a matter to court. The intimation sent is known as a legal notice.

Alegal noticeis, therefore, a formal communication to a person or an entity, informing the other party of your intention to undertake legal proceedings against them.

This notice, when sent, conveys your intention prior to the legal proceedings and thus, makes the party aware of your grievance. Many a times, a legal notice served will bring the other party on heels, and the problem can get resolved out of court too, with fruitful discussions on both sides.

And, if the other party is still not heeding to the grievance, one can always start the court proceedings after a particular interval, as stated by the law.

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Types of contracts on the basic of validity .

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The Indian contractand Act, 1872discusses the voidable contracts and void agreements. On the basis of validity or enforceability, we have five different types of contracts as given below.

Valid Contracts

The Valid Contract as discussed in the topic on “Essentials of a Contract” is an agreement that is legally binding and enforceable. It must qualify all the essentials of a contract.

Types of Contracts - Based on Validity

Void Contract Or Agreement

The section 2(j) of the Act defines a void contract as “A contract which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable”. This makes all those contracts that are not enforceable by a court oflawas void.

We have already stated examples of these kinds of contracts in the “Essentials of a Contract”.

Example: A agrees to pay B a sum of Rs 10,000 after 5 years against aloanof Rs. 8,000. A dies…

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Hindu marriage act 1955


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The following is a summary of the Hindu Marriage Act 1955, which aims to allow a reader to understand the key points within the Act without having to read the Act itself.


India, being a cosmopolitan country, allows each citizen to be governed under personal laws relevant to religious views. This extends to personal laws inter alia in the matter of marriage and divorce.

As part of the Hindu Code Bill, the Hindu Marriage Act was enacted by Parliament in 1955 to amend and to codify marriage law between Hindus. As well as regulating the institution of marriage (including validity of marriage and conditions for invalidity), it also regulates other aspects of personal life among Hindusand the applicabilityof such lives in wider Indian society.

The Hindu Marriage Act provides guidance for Hindus to be in a systematic marriage bond. It gives meaning to marriage, cohabiting rights for both the…

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