#HINDU MARRIAGE ACT, 1955- SECTION 13(1) (IA) CURRENTLY –ALLEGATIONS LEVELLED AGAINST WIFE NOT PROVIDED

#DELHI RENT CONTROL ACT. 1958, BONA FIDE REQUIREMENT

#CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE, 1908 – SECTION 11, ORDER 6 RULE 17 –SUIT FOR POSSESSION

#SUITS VALUATION ACT, 1987, SUIT FOR PERMANENT INJUNCTION FOR RESTRAINING DDA.


#CONSTITUTION OF INDIA 1950- ARTICLE 227-RESTORATION OF SUIT-CONDONATION DELAY.

#TRASFER PETITION-TRANSFER OF MATRIMONIAL CASE-


#Criminal procedure code 1973- Section 125- maintenance - divorced wife and titled to receive maintenance till she dose not remarry.

#DIVORCE CAN BE GRANTED IF GIRL IS NOT READY TO JOIN HER HUSBAND.

#Arbitration and Conciliation Act ,1996-sec.11(6).

#Contract and Agreements Disputes on Jurisdiction.

#LIABLITY OF PARTNER IN PARTNERSHIP FIRM.

#RIGHT IN PROPERTY AFTER EXECUTING OF WILL.

#ADOPTION AND MAINTENANCE ACT.

 
 
     
     
     
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Leges Juris Associates has the expertise to deal with the disputes related to all types of industries be it finance or securities or any other establishment. We handle arbitration diligently and settle the disputes with proper documentation so that the clients get worthy judgement. Our advocates have all the knowledge to deal with typical cases of arbitration and mediation in India.

We have dealt with various disputes that reached to friendly compromises for example labour disputes with the management. We make sure that both the parties meet and resolve the issues with our advice and cooperation. Our achievement is with all the conciliations in every type of industry disputes keeps our clients happy.

The attorneys at Leges Juris Associates of lawyers has lot of satisfied clients for all types of public and private sectors in India and we have individual clients as well.

We take either of the arbitration cases voluntary or mandatory and can be either binding or non-binding. Non-binding arbitration is, on the surface, similar to mediation. However, the principal distinction is that whereas a mediator will try to help the parties find a middle ground on which to compromise, the arbitrator remains totally removed from the settlement process and will only give a determination of liability and, if appropriate, an indication of the quantum of damages payable.

Our specialization :

- Negotiating in the best possible manner
- Conciliating the issues and dispute reasons
- Preparation and putting the disputed case before arbitrator
- Domestic and International Arbitration
- Enforcement of Awards

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