Civil Law & Property Law

Civil Law comprises of set of rules and regulations which helps in resolving disputes which are non-criminal in nature. The law in India is primarily governed by the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (CPC) which is a procedural law pertaining to administration of civil proceedings in India.

Civil law encompasses laws that deal with private disputes between individuals or organizations, including contract disputes, torts (civil wrongs), family matters, property disputes, and more.

On the other hand property law is influenced by various statutes, including the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, Registration Act, 1908, Indian Succession Act, 1925, and specific state laws related to land, tenancy, and other property matters. Property law covers aspects such as sale, lease, mortgage, easements, partitions, inheritance, and title disputes.

Civil law comprises of substantive and procedural law, Civil Court Cases, the Judicial & Quasi-Judicial Courts, the Petition and Documents comprising of Legal Notice, Police Complaint, Court Complaint, Suit, Plaint, Petition, Reply, Written Statement, Rejoinder, Replication, Affidavit, Application, Settlement, Agreement, Memorandum of Settlement (MOU), Family Settlement, Will, Gift Deed, Partition Deed, Adoption Document, Custody Settlement, etc.

The Civil Courts have ample power to adjudicate upon the matters of Civil nature, including inherent powers under Section-151 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. The Courts try cases under Original Jurisdiction and entertain Appeal, Review & Revision under appellate jurisdiction.

“Banik & Associates’ and their best & experienced civil Lawyer/Advocates ensure that their clients’ rights are protected, and they advocate for their interests in accordance with applicable laws and legal principles for Title Suit, Boundary disputes, Partition suits, Temporary injunctions, Permanent injunctions, Easement rights disputes, Tenancy disputes, Eviction suits, Sale deed disputes, Lease agreement disputes, Mortgage disputes, Succession and inheritance disputes, Breach of contract, Non-payment of dues or loans, Personal injury claims, Negligence claims, Defamation suits, Nuisance claims, Trespass claims, Professional malpractice claims, Divorce petitions, Child custody disputes, Maintenance suits, Adoption petitions, Guardianship disputes, Domestic violence cases, Dowry harassment cases, Money recovery suits, Loan recovery suits, Cheque bounce cases, Environmental pollution cases, Violation of environmental laws cases, Forest land disputes etc.



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