#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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we are will & probate lawyers of Leges Juris associates and have good knowledge of will & probate law of india.we are good professional experience to deals in will & probate cases like bail,anticipatary bail,will & probate defence trial and also in will & probate revision and appeals.we always think about our client intrest and in justice.

“Will” means the legal declaration of the intention of testator with respect to his property which he desired to be carried after effect of his death.

A will is valid disposition by a living person to take effect after his death, to fake effect after his death of his disposable property but in law ultima voluntas in script is used where lands or tenements are devised, and testamentum, when it concerneth chattels.

The word “will” is widely known and used and it has a well understood significance as meaning a disposition which is to take effect on the death of a person. “Will” has been defined in Section 2(h) of the Succession Act to mean the legal declaration of the intention of a testator with respect of his property which he desires to be carried into effect after his death.

A will, therefore, is dependant upon the testators death for is vigour and effect. The principal test to be applied is, whether the disposition takes effect during the lifetime of the executants of the deed, or, whether it takes effect after his demise. There is no objection to one part of an instrument operating in praesenti as a deed and another in furturo as a will.

A will or any part of will, the making of which has been costs by fraud or coercion, or by such importantly as taken away from agency the testator is void.

The firm of attorney are regularly appearing drafting and filling the case under this subject.
The firm of attorney an also handling the case of provided against the wills to their clients. The firm of attorney are also handling the cases for the succession probate, partition possession, trust and so many cases related to this subject.

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