In this video, Advocate Purvi Shah one of the best lawyers in the country explains the provisions relating to the Force Majeure clause and Letter of Credit or LC. She explains the Force Majeure clause especially as it relates to Letters of Credit in light of a recent Bombay High Court order. As we know, because of the Covid19 there has been lot of disruption in economic activity and many parties are exploring legal options and reading the Force Majeure clauses in hopes of escaping from their contractual obligations. This video will help all such people.
Advocate Purvi Shah’s arguments upheld by Gujarat High Court in a domestic violence case. Charges in this case were against two sitting judicial magistrate first class.
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One of the best property lawyers Ms. Purvi Shah appeared on another CNBC Bazaar Property Guru show episode clarifying legal provisions relating to Property Law
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Advocate Ms. Purvi Shah, considered among the best civil lawyers in India for civil and property related matters has appeared on another CNBC Bazaar Property Guru show episode clarifying legal provisions and practical considerations relating to Property Law in India
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Ms. Purvi Shah, considered amongst the best lawyers for property cases and an authority on property law appeared on another CNBC Bazaar Property Guru show episode clarifying legal provisions and practical considerations relating to Property Law in India
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Purvi was on TV9 in trying to clarify the provisions of law and procedure that the police needs to follow so that such incidents don’t happen in the future.
Small Background of the Case: 23-year-old TCS employee software engineer’s half-burnt body was found in a highly decomposed state in suburban Mumbai. Post-mortem reveals 23-yr-old was raped before being burnt. Eleven days after she went missing and 10 days after the Mumbai Police were given complete information about the girl’s last known location based on her cellphone signals, her relatives began the search and found her body themselves.