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Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing

Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing

:  Medha Kolhatkar
:  9789351435846
:  2015
:  Soft Cover
:  2015
:  INR 495.00 / US$ 24.75
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Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing is specially designed for students pursuing the three-year or five-year degree course in law education institutes including national law schools. It will also be an interesting reference for practitioners and law researchers.

The text presents an interesting and fresh approach to the subject while covering the syllabus prescribed by the Bar Council of India. It deals with the principles of and procedure for drafting various notices, plaints, written statements, civil applications, marriage petitions, petitions under succession law, consumer law, criminal complaints and applications, appeal and revision and writ petitions. It also covers drafting of various deeds under the law of conveyancing such as mortgage deed, gift deed and adoption deed, supported by specimens. For the benefit of the readers, at the very beginning of every draft, the relevant substantive and procedural laws are discussed in detail. The contents of every draft are explained point-wise. Concise information as to how to draft the deed or document is followed by the relevant form or specimen. The book is so designed as to provide practical orientation and develop necessary acumen in drafting legal documents.

Key Features

  • Covers different kinds of suits& petitions, their defences, relevant laws, and all significant rules of procedure and practice, including jurisdiction, limitation, etc.
  • In the Conveyancing section, the substantive law applicable to the deed proposed to be drafted is discussed first, followed by precedents and specimens
  • The principles of pleadings under criminal law with relevant legal provisions are enumerated along with specimens of criminal complaints and applications

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