A cheque bounces when a bank doesn’t honour a payment. A few of the reason are wrong signature, mismatch of
When there has been a sudden demise of a family member, a Legal Heir Certificate has to be obtained to
Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is directly filed by an individual or group of people in a court of law for
As a consumer, you have several rights under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. If a seller has sold you a
When a person decides to take legal action, one of the first steps involved, is sending an official communication to
Consumers can cheer as the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 has recently replaced the three decade old Consumer Protection Act, 1986.