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SUPREME COURT REFUSED TO STAY CENTRE NOTIFICATION MAKING AADHAAR MANDATORY

The Supreme Court refused to stop the Centre from making Aadhaar a must for receiving benefits under various social welfare schemes after the deadline, which has now been extended to September 30, 2017. 20 more words

HYDERABAD HIGH COURT

Reasons To Never Sell Or Buy A Property Without Employing A Solicitor

The process of buying a house or selling it has several minute angles to it. You cannot just choose a house, and pay the seller and get the process done and neither can you just find a buyer and get the house money and move out. 603 more words

Business

Timesharekapital Ltd and the fake compensation pay outs from your resort.

A company using the name of Timesharekapital is contacting German timeshare owners and gives them the story about their resort paying them a compensation for supposed mis selling. 242 more words

Warnings

New Jersey joint ethics opinion finds that fees paid to Avvo for client referrals violate New Jersey Bar rules

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent New Jersey joint ethics opinion which found that lawyers in New Jersey are prohibited from participating in client referral services provided by AVVO because the services involve improper lawyer referral fees and fee sharing with a non-lawyer.  465 more words

Joe Corsmeier

DON’T HARASS LOVERS WHO MARRIED LEGALLY: TELANGANA DGP TO POLICE

Telangana Director-General of Police Anurag Sharma has directed the police not to indulge in harassing young lovers who married legally and to verify details before registering cases against them. 8 more words

HYDERABAD HIGH COURT

CHILD MARRIAGES HIGH IN HYDERABAD: REPORT BY YOUNG LIVES, THE INDIA CHAPTER OF AN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECT

Hyderabad and Rangareddy are among top 70 districts in the country with high incidences of child marriages as per Census 2011, breaking the myth that child marriages occur more often in rural areas. 49 more words

HYDERABAD HIGH COURT

MONEY LENDER CAN'T REIMBURSE THE LIABILITY, IF THE MONEY WHICH HE HAS GIVEN WAS NOT SHOWN IN IT RETURNS

The Hyderabad High Court has dismissed a petition filed by a private banker to take action under Section 138 of the ‘Negotiable Instrument Act’ on a person who did not repay the loan amount of Rs 2 lakh and ruled that a person who took the money cann’t be legally charged by the money lender, if the money lender didn’t shown that money in his IT returns. 8 more words

HYDERABAD HIGH COURT