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Indian Evidence Act : Section 15 of IEA

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Muslim Law : Gohar Begam v. Suggi Alias Nazma Begam

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Indian Penal Code : Criminal Trespass

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Transfer of Property Act : Different Types of Mortgages

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Hindu Law : Smt. Dipo v. Wassan Singh & Others AIR 1983 SC 846

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Indian Evidence Act : Competency of a Witness

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Indian Contract Act : Union of India v. Maddala Thathiah, AIR 1966 SC 1724

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Indian Evidence Act : Bhuboni Sahu v. The King (1949)

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Code of Civil Procedure : Haridas Das v. Smt. Usha Rani Banik, 2006

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Legal Vocabulary

Tenant

  • One who holds land, house etc. by lease.
  • Example: The tenant was evicted under the Delhi Rent Control Act.

Inoperative

  • Without practical force.
  • Example: An inoperative law does not have any effect.

Probate

  • The judicial procedure by which a testamentary document is established to be a valid will.
  • Example: When the application is for probate, that the petitioner is the executor named in the Will.

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