Contact us if you want to hire the best family lawyers in Delhi and India. Marriage Dissolution Lawyers, Divorce Lawyers, Domestic Violence Advocates, Child Custody Lawyers, Dowry Lawyers, and other Family Lawyers make up Our team. The team specializes in all situations and disputes involving family members.
Dua`s & Dua`s has a competent team of Delhi’s Best Criminal Lawyers who handle all of your criminal matters. The advantages of selecting the best criminal lawyer are that they have extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of Indian criminal law.
The Best Civil Lawyers in Delhi may be found at Dua`s & Dua`s. Our Civil Advocates in Delhi represent our clients in civil matters before the Supreme Court, High Court, and District Court.
India’s governing arbitration statute is the Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. It is based on the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law’s (UNCITRAL) Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, which was adopted in 1985. The Arbitration Act of 1940, the Arbitration (Protocol and Convention) Act of 1937, and the Foreign Awards (Recognition and Enforcement) Act of 1961 were the three previous legislation provisions on arbitration.
The term “property” is used in the broadest and most generic sense possible. Property is a legal term that refers to any interest or right that has a monetary value. In India, there is no single act that governs property law. Personal laws applicable in the country, such as The Succession Act, 1925; The Transfer of Property Act, 1881; Registration Act, 1908; Stamp Duty, and Rent Control Acts issued by several States, may be relevant depending on the way of acquiring the property.
Consumer protection refers to safeguarding customers against a variety of unfair business activities. The goal of such safeguards is to prevent exploitation and to prevent other corporate malpractices.
We often advise global firms on environmental regulatory concerns in India, as well as representing them in environmental litigation before the Supreme Court of India, the National Green Tribunal, High Courts, and Appellate Authorities.
The use of a computer as an instrument to promote criminal purposes, such as fraud, trafficking in child pornography and intellectual property, stealing identities, or invading privacy, is known as cybercrime. All of these activities existed before the term “cyber” became widely used. Cybercrime, particularly when it involves the Internet, is a continuation of old criminal activity as well as some new illicit behaviors. If you need a Cybercrime lawyer in Delhi, you can call us for the best legal advice from our team of experts.