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Monday, January 31, 2011

Kerala Government Order of Revised Stamp duty (2010).. full text- For registration of property, sale deed etc

For sale deeds, Partition deeds, Settlement deeds etc the Government of Kerala revised the stamp duty and registration charges .. G.O. (2010) 

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Can a partner be ousted from the ousters?

Subject: dispute
 By: akanksha,  agra
Question: My husband and my father in law have started a partnership company, by taking loan against property (land belong to my father in law’s & he earned it). But my father in law does not work in the company only me and my husband is working. We are repaying the interest component and loan installment. Now my father in law is demanding the total amount from my parents, as my parents are enable to fulfill his demand now he is asking us to leave the company. My husband and myself has invested huge amount of money in the system and our 5 years of life. Do we have any right or any advantage?
Answer:  The terms and conditions of your business will be in accordance with the partnership deed entered in to between the parties as partners. (if any). You can sought injunction against your f/l for not dispossessing you. if it is against the terms in partnership deed. Move the local Munsiff court for injunction. But you cannot oust him from the affairs aslong he is also a partner.

Sunday, January 23, 2011



Last Date of submitting Memorandum : 24th January, 2011

The Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill, 2010 introduced in Lok
Sabha on 1st December, 2010 and pending therein, has been referred to the
Department Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel,
Public Grievances, Law and Justice, headed by Smt. Jayanthi Natarajan,
Member, Rajya Sabha for examination and report.
2. The Judges (Inquiry) Act, 1968 was enacted with a view to lay down a
procedure for removal, for proved misbehavior or incapacity, of Judges of
the High Courts and the Supreme Court by way of address of the Houses of
Parliament to the President.  There is, however, no legal provision at present
for dealing with complaints filed by  the public against Judges of the High
Courts and the Supreme Court.  The  need for a statutory mechanism to
address complaints of the public in this regard has been felt to bring greater
transparency in the judiciary.
3. The Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill, 2010 seeks to repeal
the Judges (Inquiry) Act, 1968, while retaining its basic features and aims to
achieve the objectives of creating a statutory mechanism for enquiring into
individual complaints against Judges  of the High Courts and the Supreme
Court and recommending appropriate action, enabling declaration of assets
and liabilities of Judges and laying down the judicial standards to be
Download full text...

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Personal appearance of the accused in cheque cases- exemption granted by Kerala High Court over ruled by Supreme Court. - full text

Bouncing of cheque cases are common in our country, especially in Kerala. Earlier in Jain Babu V. K J Joseph case, the Kerala High Court (Justice R Basanth) issued some directions to the lower courts (Magistrate Courts) to consider the petitions for exempting the personal appearance of the accused in cheque cases, in  a very liberal way and in effect, to allow all the petitions for exemption.
But the Supreme Court over ruled the above said Judgement in Crl Appeal  No. 1854/2008 by a Judgment pronounced recently... download the full text of the new Supreme Court Judgment from the above link.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

How to behave - traffic police - while vehicle checking- kerala police circular to police officers

The Kerala police Director General had already issued a circular in the year 2009, regarding the behavior of police officers while vehicle checking, as part of traffic violations. Most of the general public are not familiar with the exact circular.. full text.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Saturday, January 8, 2011

sales promotion employees rules 1976- a law which deals with the persons engaged in sales promotion job

3. Applicability of Chapter.--The provisions of this Chapter shall have effect notwithstanding
anything inconsistent therewith contained in any agreement or contract of service or award applicable to a
sales promotion employee:
 Provided that where under any such agreement or contract of service or award a sales promotion
employee is entitled to benefits in respect of any matter provided in this Chapter which are more favorable
to him than those to which employees as they apply to, or in relation to, employees within the meaning of
that Act. he would be entitled to under this Chapter, the sales promotion employee shall continue to be ....                                  

Law on sales promotion employees- Sales Promotion Employees Act 1976

Monday, January 3, 2011