Mayank Shekhar

Mayank is a student at Faculty of Law, Delhi University. Under his leadership, Legal Bites has been researching and developing resources through blogging, educational resources, competitions, and seminars.

Author Archives: Mayank Shekhar

Things You Should Know When Entering a Contract with a Minor

Technically speaking, an underage person or a minor can’t enter a contract. That’s what the law says. Even if you already have a document signed by a minor, that contract will not be recognized as valid. It only means whatever policies or conditions that are stated in the contract, you can’t actually enforce them against the minor. There… Read More »

Suit for recovery of money under CPC: Step by Step Process and Sample

This article titled ‘Suit for recovery of money under CPC’ streamlines the aspects and the legal requirements revolving around order 37 of the Code of Civil Procedure. In contrast to the regular process, summary suits are a shortened form of adjudication. Order 37 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, defines the summary procedure. The process outlined in Order… Read More »

The Relationship Between Injuries and Damages

When a person has been involved in an accident, it’s common for victims to ask how they can recover their losses. After filing a personal injury claim, the injured victim becomes the plaintiff in the civil suit. Usually, the driver’s insurance company is the defendant since the insurance company often pays out a claim rather than the driver.… Read More »

How to Write a Business Letter

Writing business letters is a real art if you want to achieve your goals. If you think, “they can write my college essay here and deal with a simple business letter as well,” you are not wrong. But to write a competent paper, you need to know a whole range of requirements, rules, and secrets. Rules for writing… Read More »

What to Expect at a Sentencing Hearing?

Sentencing hearings are intimidating. A jury has already determined your guilt, and now a judge will determine the nature of your punishment. The judge will decide whether you will serve probation, go to – or remain in – prison, and how long your punishment will last. That decision is  based on the severity of your conviction, any negotiations… Read More »

5 Trends Reshaping the Legal Profession

Even though laws and regulations don’t seem to be able to keep up with the current fast pace of the world, the legal profession is not what it used to be a few decades ago. Modern lawmakers and law enforcers have to consider a wide range of new factors and variables (most influenced by and created to support… Read More »