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Author Swati Singh

Swati is presently based in Mumbai. She has done her BA (Honours) in Political Science and LLB from Delhi University. She has also done certificate course in Corporate Affairs from Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), A Government of Indian undertaking. She started her career as a teacher working with reputed school like Delhi Public School. She had successful career as a teacher for more than 8 years, where she taught humanities. Besides teaching she diligently performed other duties like being subject- coordinator, in charge of awards and discipline. Her craving and zeal for working with legal system has brought her back to Corporate Affairs.

Notice under section 138 Negotiable Instrument Act

Introduction Negotiable Instruments are written statements implying payment of money, either on demand or within a time period with the drawer’s/payer’s name on it. In India, Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 codifies the law governing transactions involving negotiable instruments. There are… Continue Reading →

Mortgagor, Mortgagee and Mortgage: Rights and Liabilities

A mortgagor is an individual or a business entity providing a mortgage or security lien to real estate in exchange for the lender providing funds to the mortgagor. A mortgagee is a lender who provides money to the owner of… Continue Reading →

Writs – Provisions in Indian Constitution

Injustice anywhere is a threat to  Justice everywhere                           -Martin Luther  King Jr We might have a thought of how our Fundamental Rights are protected and what the… Continue Reading →

Whether ad hoc judges are entitled to retiral benefits ?

Ad hoc literally means “for this” in Latin, and in English this almost always means “for this specific purpose”. Issues that come up in the course of a project often require immediate, ad hoc solutions. An ad hoc investigating committee… Continue Reading →

Different Types of Negotiable Instruments

NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS The word “negotiable” means “Transferable by delivery” and the word “instrument” means “a written document by which a right is created in favour of some person. Thus, the term “negotiable instruments” means “a written document transferable by delivery.”… Continue Reading →

Appeal, Revision and Review

Reverence of life is the highest court of appeal — Albert Schweitzer Article 21 of the Constitution states that, “no person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law.” Thus every person… Continue Reading →

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