Everything You Need to Know About “The Right to Be Forgotten”
“Right to Be Forgotten” (hereafter referred to as RTBF) introduced in 2014 by the European Court of Justice in the Google Spain case, provides the right to the data subjects to get their personal information removed from the online databases. Read More
Improvements in GSTR-1
A revamped & enhanced version of GSTR-1/IFF is being made available on the GST Portal to improve the taxpayer experience. Read More
An Overview of Duties of an Advocate
Rules on the professional standards that an advocate needs to maintain are mentioned in Chapter II, Part VI of the Bar Council of India Rules. These rules have been placed there under section 49(1)(c) of the Advocates Act, 1961. Read More
FAQs on Letter of Credit
Letter of Credit is a document that serves as a guarantee to the seller on the occasion of the buyer’s failure to make a payment. It is mostly used in international trade, where parties being unaware of each other personally involve a third party, that is, the bank to issue a Letter of Credit that gives a guarantee to the seller concerning his payment. Read More
Criminal Antecedents of the Donor doesn’t Prohibit him to donate the organ
Authorization committee cannot go beyond its jurisdiction and rejects the application as there is no such thing as a criminal has a criminal kidney or criminal heart. Read More
ARE YOU WAITING FOR GST REFUND ?
The provisions of section 54 (1) of the CGST Act regarding time period, within which an application for refund can be filed. Read More
RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES EVERY ADVOCATE SHOULD BE AWARE OF
Advocates are the pillars of the legal system. A person requires an advocate to reach a legal remedy or file any suit. According to Black Law’s Dictionary, an Advocate is “one who renders legal advice and aid and pleads the cause of another before a court.” Read More
COMPLIANCES REQUIRED FOR DYNAMIC QUICK RESPONSE (QR) CODE ON B2C INVOICES
The relaxation from the requirement of dynamic QR code on the invoices would be available to such supplier. Read More
VIDEO CONFERENCING RULES – HIGH COURT OF DELHI
These Rules shall be called the “High Court of Delhi Rules for Video Conferencing for Courts 2021” Read More
HOW TO AVOID GST NOTICE ?
In this Instructions/Guidelines, reader will get complete understanding of situations when a registered person may get notice from GST department. Read More
Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 – Strengthening the Consumers Protection
In exercise of its powers conferred by sub-clause (zg) of sub-section (1) of section 101 of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019, the Central Government on July 23, 2020 notified the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020. Read More
Guidelines for disallowing debit of electronic credit ledger under Rule 86A of the CGST Rules, 2017
The credit is availed by the registered person on the invoices or debit notes issued by a supplier. Read More
Default Bail cannot be sought for Non Filing of the Supplementary Charge sheet
Applicability of section 167 (2) Crpc did not arise here as the charge sheet had already been submitted against the accused. Read More
Roll out of the new Annual Information Statement (AIS)
Income Tax Department has rolled out the new Annual Information Statement (AIS) on the Compliance Portal which provides a comprehensive view of information to a taxpayer. Read More
Is Writ Petition Regarding Misconduct of Judiciary Maintainable?
The registry is free to consider the maintainability of the matter and refuse the matter. Read More
Clarification regarding GST rates & classification (goods) based on the recommendations of the GST Council in its 45th meeting held on 17th Sept, 2021. Circular No. 163/19/2021-GST dated 6-10-2021
Based on the recommendations of the GST Council in its 45th meeting held on 17th September, 2021, clarification, with reference to GST levy. Read More
The process to Determine Motor Accident Compensation cannot be done by continuing Mandamus.
Court relied upon the government policy framed in that regard is out of their jurisdiction while determining the amount of the compensation under motor accident claim proceedings. Read More
Clarifications regarding applicable GST rates & exemptions on certain services Circular no. 164 /20 /2021-GST dated 06 October’2021
All recommendations of the GST Council’s 45 meeting relating to GST law and procedure are as follows. Read More
Can Officer below the rank of Inspector assist in Investigation under the Prevention of Corruption Act?
Whether a person below the rank of the inspector can assist the main investigating officer in conducting the investigation? Read More
RELAXATION ON LEVY OF ADDITIONAL FEES IN FILING OF E-FORMS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED ON 31.03.2021.
The MCA has issued a circular on 29th October 2021, which provide for the relaxation of additional fees on annual filing forms. Read More
No sale of beef within 5 km of temple area – The Assam Cattle Preservation Bill, 2021
The Assam Cattle Preservation Bill, 2021 was passed in the state Assembly which prohibits the sale and purchase of beef in areas inhabited, Read More
LLP Form 8 – Date Extended
The legislation aims to bring the Act in consonance with the growing trend in business. The Act made the appointment of women directors mandatory in the Board of Directors. Read More
An Overview of the Incoterms 2020
International Commercial terms precisely called ‘Incoterms’ are the commercial terms that spell out the responsibilities of both buyer and seller in the import-export of goods. Read More
Women as Directors in the Indian Corporate Structure
The legislation aims to bring the Act in consonance with the growing trend in business. The Act made the appointment of women directors mandatory in the Board of Directors, Read More
Legalities in Starting a Startup in India
Starting a startup in India does not seem to be that complex, with Government supporting the culture of startup and providing them with incentives. Read More
Resumption of Blocking of E-Way Bill (EWB) generation facility. 04/10/2021
The blocking of E way bill generation facility had been temporarily suspended by Government on account of Covid pandemic. Read More
Comments on “Home”
I have Q regading couple .
In sense like if one couple are married and they have child(11 year old son) and suddenly husband of wife is passed away due health problem. And then mother of child are denying to take care (custody) of child. Wife hold property of husband as custodion of property on behalf child . And also the child care are cure by grandfather and mother of child are separated from husband’s family. And (wife)proceed (search)for second marriage
Q arise can child custodion (grandfather or uncle)can sue for property of husband which is include child ( interest and right ) against father’s property after death they can claim thier share of property from thier mother. Can grandfather file suit against mother of child on behalf child for child’s rights against property?
Grandmother will get share in property
Maintenance can be claimed from wife