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                                                                             WHAT IS A WIIL DEED   Will deed is an authoritative record giving responsibility for property and resources for the successors to the deceased benefactor (the person who makes the will) upon their death.   It accompanies rules on the circulation and removal of property and resources, guaranteeing that there are no future lawful questions among the main beneficiaries.   Method OF WILL DEED     The execution of Will begins solely after the demise of the deceased benefactor. A will ought to an in his rational be composed by an individual brain as referenced in segment 74 of the Act.   It tends to be transcribed by the departed benefactor or through his representative however ought to be seen by somewhere around two individuals who are outsiders to the Will.   WILL DEED TO BE RAGISTERD   No, there is no legitimate prerequisite to enlist a will. It doesn't actually need to be on a stamp pa


                                   WHAT IS THE CYBERCRIME   Cybercrime is  any criminal activity that involves a computer, networked device or a network . While most cybercrimes are carried out in order to generate profit for the cybercriminals, some cybercrimes are carried out against computers or devices directly to damage or disable them   Some specific examples of the different types of cybercrime:   ·          Email and internet fraud.   ·          Identity fraud (where personal information is stolen and used).   ·          Theft of financial or card payment data.   ·          Theft and sale of corporate data.   ·          Cyberextortion (demanding money to prevent a threatened attack).     The main causes which lead to the commission of cyber crime .   ·                          Breach Because of Mobile Devices. ·                                    Embedding Malware Into Legitimate Applications. ...   ·                         Exploitin


                                                                                                  What is arbitration? Arbitration is a contract-based form of binding dispute resolution. Commercial contracts will commonly include provision for how disputes relating to that contract are to be resolved. If the parties choose arbitration, the arbitration agreement will generally be part of the document recording the terms of the commercial transaction. Parties can also enter into an arbitration agreement after a dispute has arisen. In entering into an arbitration agreement, the parties agree to refer their dispute to a neutral tribunal to decide their rights and obligations.  Although sometimes described as a form of alternative dispute resolution, arbitration is not the same as mediation or conciliation.  A mediator or conciliator can only recommend outcomes and the parties can choose whether or not to accept those recommendations.  By contrast, an arbitration tribunal has the powe


                                                                                                                                                                                               MEDIATION Mediation is  a process wherein the parties meet with a mutually selected impartial and neutral person who assists them in the negotiation of their differences . In simple words, mediation   is a procedure where both parties selected the trained impartial third person or persons to resolve their dispute ,who is impartial to both and help them in reaching a settlement where both the parties are agreed after the end of the process. It may be an informal meeting among the parties or a scheduled settlement conference. What is mediation and how does it work? Mediation is  where parties in dispute try to negotiate an agreeable settlement with the help of an impartial third person, who mediates between them .  The mediator assists the parties through a discussion process with the object


  Introduction Civil cases involve a conflict between people or institutions, generally over money. A civil suit begins when a legal person claims that he has been harmed by the actions of another person or business and asks the court for relief by filing a “complaint”. Most of the civil suits are guided by the well settled principles of the Code of Civil Procedure. Stages of a Civil Case Generally, there are six main stages involved in a civil lawsuit. These stages are listed below: ·          Pre Filing:  The pre filing stage is when the dispute arises and the parties make demands, try to negotiate the matter between them without taking a legal recourse. However, if they fail to reach a resolution then the parties prepare for the possibility of a court action. ·          Initial Pleading: At this stage, one party files papers/documents i.e., a complaint to start the court action, and the other party files their response to such complaint i.e., a motion or an answer. ·