1. Agricultural year:
Agriculture years means the year commencing on the first day of July, or on such other date date as the board of revenue, with the previous approval of Govt, may by notification, appoint for any specified arrears.
2. Arrears of land revenue:
It means land revenue which remain unpaid after the date on which it becomes payable.
3. Assessment circle:
It means a group of estates which in the opinion of board of revenue, to be recorded in an order in writing, are sufficiently homogeneous...
partition of land
Any joint owner of land or joint owner of tenancy can make application for partition of holding. the application for the partition of land is filed before the land revenue officer. a person who has no share in land cannot file suit of partition of the land.
2. Relevant provision:
Sec. 135 to 150 land revenue act 1967.
3. Application for partition of land:
According to Sec. 135 any joint owner of land may apply to a revenue officer for partition of his share in the land.
A trade mark is normally a word or logo or combination of both that is associated with certain goods or services giving rise to a brand value. Registered trade marks give the owner a monopoly right to use that name or logo and the right to prevent identical or similar trade marks being used for similar goods and services. It can therefore be a very valuable right.
A trademark is a word, name, symbol, or device or any combination thereof, used or intended to be used to identify...
Legislation is the fundamental responsibility of the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament), composed of two Houses (National Assembly and Senate) and President.Legislation may be initiated by introduction of a Bill in either House of the Parliament, except a Financial Bill which can only be introduced in National Assembly.A Bill is a legislative statement, which becomes an Act of Parliament if passed by the two Houses and is duly assented by the President.
Types of Bills
1. Public and private
Public international law and private international law are two branches of international law. generally, there is no distinction between public international law and private international law but it is very necessary that one should not confuse public international law and private international law.
2. Definitions of international law:
International law is body of customary and convential rules, which are considered binding on civilized states in their relations with...
Mortgage and types
A mortgage is security for the payment of debt. mortgage is created by act of the parties by a written document providing security for the performance of a duty or the payment of the debt.
Sec. 58 transfer of property act.
3. Definition of mortgage:
"Mortgage is transfer of an interest in specific immoveable property for the purpose of securing the payment of money advanced by way of loan, an existing or future debt, or the performance of an engagement which may give rise to pecuniary...
Sale is transferring of property by a sellor too the buyer at a price. there is absolute transfer of all rights in the property sold. the seller must be competent to transfer the property.
2. Relevant provisions:
Sec. 55 transfer of property act.
3. Definition of sale:
"Sale is a transfer of ownership is exchange for a price paid or promised or part paid and part promised."
4. Sale how made:
In case of Tangible property
A sale of tangible immovable property such as house building can be made.
Administrative law consists of complaints respecting government action that adversely affects an individual. Thus, administrative law involves determining the legality of government actions. There is a two-fold analysis: the legality of the specific law itself and the legality of particular acts purportedly authorized by the specific law.
Governments cannot perform any act by itself. Governments act through government officials who must act within certain limitations. A governments