Author: mnm law partner 01

Real estate laws in India are crucial for ensuring fair transactions and protecting the interests of buyers and sellers. Compliance with laws like the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act,... Read More

Uttarakhand recently passed the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) Bill, becoming the first Indian state to enact legislation for uniform regulations on marriage, divorce, inheritance, and relationships, irrespective of religion. The... Read More

Divorce litigation, a last resort for marital disputes, involves formal legal proceedings to dissolve a marriage, addressing issues like custody and asset division. Initiated by filing a petition, parties undergo... Read More

Sleep divorce, also known as sleep separation or bedtime segregation, is when partners choose to sleep in separate beds or bedrooms to address various sleep-related issues. It has become a... Read More

Ensuring legal compliance is non-negotiable in the Enterprise inception to establish a business entity. Before you start a Product business, make sure you: Check the rules for where you want to... Read More

Dishonored cheques involve various issues beyond insufficient funds, governed by the NI Act, with legal consequences including penalties and potential imprisonment. Bounced cheques specifically result from insufficient funds, leading to... Read More

Child custody services manage post-divorce arrangements, deciding on physical and legal custody. The child's best interests guide decisions, assessing parental fitness, involvement, and home environments. Custody types include sole or... Read More

A land title search is a process of investigating the ownership history and legal status of a specific piece of real estate. It involves examining public records, such as deeds,... Read More

Mediation is a voluntary process where a neutral third party, called a mediator, assists conflicting parties in reaching a mutually acceptable agreement. It's cost-effective, time-efficient, and preserves relationships by fostering... Read More

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in India encompasses various types, including Representative Social Action (RSA) and Citizen Social Action, which aim to address societal issues and promote justice. RSA enables individuals... Read More