Offence of causing grievous hurt | A and B were performing a journey from Mumbai to Kolkata. Somewhere between Mumbai and Allahabad, an altercation took place… Can the Kolkata court try the offence of causing grievous hurt by A to B?

Question: Offence of causing grievous hurt | A and B were performing a journey from Mumbai to Kolkata. Somewhere between Mumbai and Allahabad, an altercation took place between A and B regarding the reservation of berth and A caused grievous hurt to B. Both A and B broke their journey at Allahabad and reached Kolkata by different trains. Can……...

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Right to Peaceful Protest

The Article ‘Right to Peaceful Protest’ highlights the importance of peaceful protest and even Indian historical movements also reveal the emphasis of the core concept. The author through landmark judgments has explained that the freedom of speech, expression, and assembly cannot be curtailed. Article 19 of the Indian Constitution has been referred to make this topic more vivid… Read More »

Hindu Law Mains Question Answer Series 3: Important Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part – III

The Hindu Law Mains Question Answer Series 3, includes a comprehensive set of questions for Hindu Law, including modules such as Karta of a Joint Hindu Family. Legal Bites presents Part III of the Hindu Law Mains Questions Series. The questions listed here, which are arranged by section, will help students studying for Judiciary, APO, or University Exams.… Read More »

Write a note on notional partition— a joint Mitakshara family consists of M and his two sons N, O and son NS and a daughter ND of N. N dies. Divide the property of N.

Question: Write a note on notional partition— a joint Mitakshara family consists of M and his two sons N, O and son NS and a daughter ND of N. N dies. Divide the property of N.  Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [Write a note on notional partition— a joint Mitakshara family consists of M and his……...

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What is Partition and how does it differ in Dhayabhaga and Mitakshara schools? Name some properties which are incapable of division.

Question: What is Partition and how does it differ in Dhayabhaga and Mitakshara schools? Name some properties which are incapable of division. Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [What is Partition and how does it differ in Dhayabhaga and Mitakshara schools? Name some properties which are incapable of division.] What is Partition? In a layman’s terminology, the……...

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What do you mean by Karta of a joint Hindu family? What power can a Karta exercise in a Joint Hindu family?

Question: What do you mean by Karta of a joint Hindu family? What power can a Karta exercise in a Joint Hindu family? Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [What do you mean by Karta of a joint Hindu family? What power can a Karta exercise in a Joint Hindu family?] Answer In the setting of a……...

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Write the difference between joint family and self-acquired properties.

Question: Write the difference between joint family and self-acquired properties. Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [Write the difference between joint family and self-acquired properties.] Answer When it comes to the question of property under the ambit of Hindu law, then there can be two major distinctions made for the types of property, i.e., Joint Family Property……...

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Write a short note on the self-acquired property.

Question: Write a short note on the self-acquired property. Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [Write a short note on the self-acquired property.] Answer Any property which is not a joint family property comes under the ambit of separate property. It can suggest a property that was once a joint family property but now has been severed……...

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