Civil Lawyers - Civil Advocates
Covers a variety matters related to day-to-day life. The key motto of the Civil Law is to protect its civilians from any type of breach, unjust and/or biases and to provide equal rights and opportunities for all. The scope of Civil Law is very extensive as it covers some of the following areas of Law Any matter that affects the smooth functioning of the welfare of an individual or society can be filed under The Civil Law in India.
Types of Civil Services
Tracing of the title suggests that tracing the history of property through documents, Government records, however this owner got property. This is often a really difficult exercise and solely professionals specialized in property laws of Central, State.
Every property has a title. Title is the evidence of the right of ownership or the ground of right of ownership. Title can be created by act of parties or by operation of law.
Suit for declaration is the most common and effective types of civil suits filed by Indian lawyers. It seeks the relief of declaration and injunction on the basis of the declaration of the court. Suit for declaration is a declaration from the court on any issue by way of a decree of the court. The relief of injunction in a suit for declaration is the consequential relief in most cases. Suit for declaration thus can resolve any claim or counter claim between the parties with regard to any dispute on the basis of the declaration made by the court.
Most of the time, a partition action involves the division of real property like a home or farm land. Nevertheless, there are times when a partition action has involved personal property like stocks. Partition is division of a joint property among several co-owners, so that each person gets a share and becomes the exclusive owner of the share allotted to him. It is generally affected by dividing a property according to the shares to which each of the parties is entitled.
An injunction is a legal and rightful remedy in the form of a special court order that constrains a party to do or refrain from specific acts. “When a court employs the extraordinary remedy of injunction, it directs the conduct of a party, and does so with the backing of its full coercive powers.” A party that fails to fulfil with an injunction faces criminal or civil penalties, including possible monetary sanctions and even imprisonment. They can also be charged with contempt of court.
A permanent order given by a court of law that tells someone either to do or not do something: seek/grant/obtain a permanent injunction They acquired a permanent injunction against the firm, ordering it to comply with the settlement terms.
A mandatory injunction is an order that requires the defendant to act positively. A permanent injunction is permanent relief granted after a final adjudication of the parties’ legal rights. Such final relief can be prohibitive or mandatory in nature. In short-term, injunction is a pre-trial form of relief.
The normally recovery depends on the purpose, time and condition, business running process etc. In finance the term recovery refers to collection of amount due. Normally loan amount will be recovered on instalment basis. The manager can fix instalment period on the basis of nature of their business.
The Act provides in detail the legislative provisions regarding licensing of drivers/conductors, registration of motor vehicles, control of motor vehicles through permits, special provisions relating to state transport undertakings, traffic regulation, insurance, liability, offences and penalties, etc. The Motor Vehicles Act is an Act of the Parliament of India which regulates all aspects of road transport vehicles.
Specific performance is an equitable remedy in the law of contract, whereby a court issues an order requiring a party to perform a specific act, such as to complete performance of the contract. It is typically available in the sale of land law, but otherwise is not generally available if damages are an appropriate alternative. Specific performance is almost never available for contracts of personal service, although performance may also be ensured through the threat of proceedings for contempt of court.
Name change generally refers to the legal act by a person of adopting a new name different from their current name. The procedures and ease of a name change vary between jurisdictions. In general, common law jurisdictions have loose procedures for a name change while civil law jurisdictions are more restrictive.
A succession certificate, under the Indian Succession Act, is a document that gives authority to the person who obtains it, to represent the deceased for the purpose of collecting debts and securities due to him or payable in his name. Usually, a succession certificate is the key in the absence of a will, a succession certificate will be the primary document through which the heirs can stake a claim to the assets of a deceased relative.
Arbitration and Cancellation
Regular First Appeal
Regular Second Appeal
SLP/special Leave Supreme
Economic Offences Property
Fraud Measurement Suit