The sanest person in the world. The

The issue with madness in shakespeare is that it has never been concretely defined. Some believe it was the authors archaic take on severe mental illness. Others believe it was a ? the reality is far less exhilarating. Madness in Shakespeare is an embellished look at the general human condition; Read more…

There is nothing in the textual Hindu Law to the contrary, nor can it be said that the recognition of such usage is opposed to public policy in Hindu Law. The Supreme Court in Angurbala v. Debobrata, recognised the right of a female to succeed to the religious office of Read more…

It faith is on the pur­chaser who

It has been held that the proper form of decree is to direct specific performance of the contract between the vendor and the prior transferee and direct the subsequent transferee to join in the conveyance so as to pass on the title which resides in him, to the prior transferee. Read more…

Before that he might not get justice in

Before transfer is ordered under Sec. 22, defendant has to satisfy two conditions namely- (i) The application must be made at the earliest possible opportunity and in all cases where issues are settled, at or before the settlement of issues; and (ii) Notice must be given to other side which Read more…

Though they get it as coparceners then

Though under Mitakshara law, a Hindu cannot bequeath his interest in the undivided coparcenary yet he can validly bequeath his self acquired property in favour of his coparceners and undivided share to third persons. Such a bequest will be valid under law. Any coparcener who is given this interest can Read more…

This cease to be a valid gift. A

This view has come to be, also supported by the decision of the Supreme Court in R. Kappayee & others v. Raja Gounder, the Court held that, father can make a gift of ancestral immovable within reasonable limits. However, if a gift was not within reasonable limits, such a gift Read more…

Decree (Sec. 2(2)): ‘Decree’ means the formal expression of an adjudicator which, so far as regards the Court expressing it, conclusively determines the rights of the parties with regard to all or any of the matters in controversy in the suit and may be either preliminary or final. Following decisions Read more…

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