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A hunting we will go: laws landowners need to know

With archery season in full swing and deer gun season opening today, hunters will be out in full force across Ohio.  That means it’s also high season for questions about hunting laws, trespassers, property harm, and landowner liability.   1,338 more words


Spirit Airlines, Weightlifting and Mail

My co-worker and good friend Sarah has recently completed a trip to the United States.  Unfortunately, thanks to the sterling work of Spirit Airlines, she returned with only the clothes she was wearing and without her weightlifting gear.  419 more words

The Nature of Judicial Power: Senior Advocate, Rakesh Dwivedi

Possessory claim of the Hindus to the composite whole of the disputed property stands on a better footing” is the decisive observation. Importantly, the Supreme Court has in strongest terms castigated the damage caused to the mosque in 1934, its desecration in 1949 leading to the ouster of Muslims, and the eventual demolition of the mosque on December 6, 1992. 230 more words

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The Nature of Judicial Power: Proprietary Claims of Religion

Janmaasthan of Lord Ram is the place where Babri Mosque has been constructed.”

Mikhail Tal, born on 09.11.1936, said once, “you must take your opponent into a deep dark forest where 2+2=5, and the path leading out is only wide enough for one”. 298 more words

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Rural housing burdens over rural land (but what is rural land?)

Who wants to read a blog post about rural housing burdens and a slight hiccup in the legislation relating to them? You do? Well, you’ve come to the right place. 1,716 more words

Land Reform

Property Issues of Subdivisions

WITH DUE RESPECT: Right to regulate passage in subdivisions
By: Artemio V. Panganiban
October 06, 2019
Philippine Daily Inquirer

A homeowners’ association may regulate passage into a subdivision for the safety and security of its residents, even if its roads have already been donated to the local government. 655 more words

Civil Law