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Parole v. Furlough

I was just reading in the newspaper the other day that Sanjay Dutt has been granted 2 leaves of furlough and allowed parole 3 times since he went to jail on 18th May, 2013? Is this legal--as in, is there a maximum number of times one can be eligible for either? What is the difference between...

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I was just reading in the newspaper the other day that Sanjay Dutt has been granted 2 leaves of furlough and allowed parole 3 times since he went to jail on 18th May, 2013? Is this legal--as in, is there a maximum number of times one can be eligible for either? What is the difference between Furlough and Parole? Have other famous persons who've gone to jail also enjoyed such a privilege?

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Asked at February 28, 2014
Default avatar Jayanth Ravi
last answered 9 months ago
Debtor's Owner

who are debtor's owners and senior lenders?

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Asked at February 27, 2014
A10560674e9e45cecb4d381d20bfbb61ebf4650c Diptimaan Kumar
last answered 9 months ago
Partnerships v. LLP

Hi Guys! My father run a sole proprietorship business for the last 11 years. He is thinking of expanding his business. He spoke to some of his friends and they are thinking of entering into a partnership. Can you advise as to the possible structure they should adopt? Should they enter into a...

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Hi Guys! My father run a sole proprietorship business for the last 11 years. He is thinking of expanding his business. He spoke to some of his friends and they are thinking of entering into a partnership. Can you advise as to the possible structure they should adopt? Should they enter into a usual partnership or an LLP? What are the tax benefits for the latter?

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Asked at February 25, 2014
Default avatar Arvind Manghirmalani
last answered 10 months ago
Family Property

My Friend's grandfather property was sold. He had 2 sons. Both sons passed away. First Son has adopted the daughter of second son. The Second son has 3 daughters. The Adopted one has taken the 50% of the value of the property sold saying that she is adopted by her uncle so its her right to claim...

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My Friend's grandfather property was sold. He had 2 sons. Both sons passed away. First Son has adopted the daughter of second son. The Second son has 3 daughters. The Adopted one has taken the 50% of the value of the property sold saying that she is adopted by her uncle so its her right to claim her uncle share. But there is no legal papers or documents of her adoption. Secondly, she is claiming her share in the other 50% value of the property sold from his fathers share. So please clarify on this issue. How can she claims her right on both shares. Thanks & Regards.

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Asked at February 25, 2014
Default avatar Divya Maheshwari
last answered 9 months ago
Can the CM allowed to go against court decisions?

I recently heard that the West Bengal Chief Minister allowed around 410 students who had not filled in their registration form, to appear for the West Bengal higher Secondary examination even though the single bench judge of Kolkata High Court rejected the plea of the petitioners (the...

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I recently heard that the West Bengal Chief Minister allowed around 410 students who had not filled in their registration form, to appear for the West Bengal higher Secondary examination even though the single bench judge of Kolkata High Court rejected the plea of the petitioners (the unregistered students. Is the chief minister legally entitled to do that?

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Asked at February 24, 2014
A10560674e9e45cecb4d381d20bfbb61ebf4650c Diptimaan Kumar
last answered 9 months ago
Importance of Constitution of Bench

I recently heard that the central government has challenged the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court bench that commuted the death penalty of the 3 persons who were found guilty of assassinating Rajiv Gandhi. So I was wondering how important is the constitution of the bench? Does it depend on the...

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I recently heard that the central government has challenged the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court bench that commuted the death penalty of the 3 persons who were found guilty of assassinating Rajiv Gandhi. So I was wondering how important is the constitution of the bench? Does it depend on the kind of case, like if it is criminal or civil? Is it only important at the Supreme Court or does the issue of benches come up in high court and district court issues too?

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Asked at February 23, 2014
Default avatar Ashwini Panwar
last answered 9 months ago
applicability of evidence act in civil proceeding

Does Evidence Act apply to civil proceedings?

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Asked at February 22, 2014
0237c08a332a5ae19177fdecf370490866f2d2d5 Bharat Narasgouda
last answered 12 months ago
Importance of interim budget

Can the interim budget released by the UPA govt be rejected by the new govt after the general elections?

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Asked at February 21, 2014
A10560674e9e45cecb4d381d20bfbb61ebf4650c Diptimaan Kumar
last answered 9 months ago
Minor's Competency

Are there any circumstances under which a minor can be competent to a contract?Also,can a minor be admitted to a partnership? If yes, also mention his rights, extent of liability and powers.

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Asked at February 16, 2014
Default avatar Saumya Gupta
last answered 9 months ago
Eligibility of Minor be a member of a corporation

Can a minor be a member of a corporation? Can he be made responsible for his acts under the Corporate Criminal Liability doctrine?

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Asked at February 15, 2014
Default avatar Divya Maheshwari
last answered 9 months ago
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