Know Your Civil Laws

Civil laws are generally resolved in monetary compensations and legal settlements, often outside the courthouse as well.

Civil Laws address a range of societal disputes, most of which concern the daily life of an ordinary person, residing on Indian territory.

  • Education Law:

They handle issues that may be student-teacher related, foul play by any educational

body, or illegally registered educational institutes.

They also defend every child’s right to education.

  • Real Estate Law:

In Real Estate, every transaction, purchase agreement, loan agreement, title

insurance involving all the stakeholders must be abounding to legal protection.

It protects buyers and sellers from financial foul play or exploitive contracts.

  • Family Law:

Family Law deals with the problematic issues in the society, where emotions and lives are at stake.

It addresses issues ranging from divorces to alimonies to child custody.

  • Commercial Law:

Commercial Law protects your rights as an entrepreneur, an employer, or an employee.

It manages interpersonal disputes, fraud, or malpractices.

  • Consumer Law:

Consumer Law protects your rights against inflation, faulty products.

  • Contract Law:

These laws uplift the settlements in a legally binding contract between parties.

  • Sports Law:

Sports Law protects athletes and sporting bodies against issues involving contracts, labour hours, taxes, torts, trademark, etc.

  • Intellectual Property Rights:

These laws protect you against plagiarism and copyright violations.

  • Tax Law:

Tax laws resolve issues involving existing tax structures like GST, fair taxation by government bodies.

Civil Law is vast in scope. The Indian court hierarchy and judicial machinery resolve civil lawsuits bearing in mind the interest of the citizens and society.

In India, Civil Laws often overlap with Criminal Law or Constitutional Law, as most issues require a diversified discussion.

But the objective is to ensure dispute resolution and compensation as satisfactorily as possible.

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