What judgment has been given to PhD court case of Dravidian university?
As a part of nation development every educational institutional should deliver their powers to the student in good form or otherwise democratic system will be closed very soon by students.
What is the name given to an officer of the court charged with the responsibility of enforcing the judgment or order of the court?
The bailiff is an officer of the court charged with the responsibility of enforcing the judgment or order of the court. Read More
UGC clearly said that the degrees awarded by the dravidian university is not valid and given information as RTI (Right to Information). That copy was available in internet too. Now doing off-campus Ph.D., from dravidian university is questionable? No.F.4-1/2010 (CPP-1/PU), August 2010 Sh.Multan Singh Asst Professor Dept of Physical Education Haryana - 127 040 Read More
What does it mean by the judgment of the court of appeals for eleventh circuit is reversed and the case is remanded for reinstatement of the judgment?
This means that the US Supreme Court overruled a decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, which had earlier overruled a decision of the US District Court and vacated the District Court's judgment. The Supreme Court ruling is saying that the Appeals Court made a mistake when the Appeals Court said the District Court made a mistake. The Supreme Court is also agreeing that the original judgment given by the District… Read More
Yes, if you are served with the summons and complaint and do not file an answer denying the allegations and fail to go to court, plaintiff will be given a chance to prove that a judgment by default should be entered against you. If the proof is adequate, the court will enter judgment against you even though you haven't gone to court. Read More
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Have the judgment recorded with the recorder's office in whatever state and county you are in. It won't help you collect on the judgment, but if that person tries to sell or buy property there will be a lien that will have to be cleared up prior to doing either. Read More
You can only be convicted by the judgment of a court. If you didn't go to court and weren't found guilty, you weren't convicted. Read More
I was recently given a final judgment in a case of eviction and now the tenant has filed a Supersedeas Bond. How can she do this when the judgment was final?
DID you read what supersedeas means. On a final determination of a case in a lower court, an adverse party can ask to stay(stop) the judgement for purposes of review by another court, (higher court) Read More
Yes, a creditor/collection agency must obtain a writ of judgment from the civil court in the state where the debtor resides before any action can be taken against the debtor's property. The debtor will receive a final notice of judgment and be given a specified time to claim all exempted property from judgment action. Read More
It is a typed record of court proceedings, once trial has concluded. All oral evidence given at the trial will be recorded therein. A transcript of the judgment is required to be forwarded to the High Court(or Supreme Court of Appeal), prior to an appeal being heard on the matter. Danté van der Merwe, attorney at law Read More
That court examined the evidence, concluded that it was insufficient to support the verdict, and on that basis reversed the judgment given to the plaintiff on the verdict, and directed that judgment be entered for the defendant. Read More
Get advice and attend the court or judgment will be given anyway without the judge having the benefit of knowing your circumstances. Read More
Due to your solicitor not turning up on time in court you were given a judgment what can you sue for?
Perhaps the easier way is to get a more reliable solicitor and appeal the judgment. Of course, it might be cheaper to just pay the judgment and move on. However you should certainly object to any bills that the guys sends for his time. Read More
The word 'judgement' is an abstract noun; a word for an opinion formed by examining and comparing; a decision given by a court; a word for a concept, a word for a thing. Read More
"Status only judgment" is a term used mainly in divorce law. It means that the court has ruled that the parties are now divorced, but that many issues may still need to be resolved, such as the division of property. The court reserves the right to revisit these issues should they arise. Status only judgment is usually given if the parties are in a hurry to be divorced for some reason, or if one of… Read More
The unsatisfied judgment usually start when a given person is not given a fair trial. A person should be given a fair trial and to express his side of the story. Read More
Only those listed in the judgment can be held accountable. If the creditor motions for the court to hold another party responsible, and sufficient reason is given, say the other party has possession of property that is security against the debt, then it is possible. At that point the other party can be added to the judgment and help responsible. Read More
Yes, it is legal. for garnishment to even occur, the lender obtained a judgment. That judgment, once given, is valid and enforceable for ten years from the date of the judgment. Additionally, if the debt remains unpaid over that ten years, the lender can petition the court for an additional ten years. Read More
Can a court issue an arrest warrant on an unpaid speeding ticket after 12 years in the state of Texas?
Yes. If you have not paid the ticket, the court has found you guilty and entered the judgment on the books. There is no statute of limitations once you have been charged and given notice to appear (the ticket). Read More
A criminal judgment is given by the state for violating laws. It differs from a civil judgment where a judge hands down a judgment between two people or groups of people. Read More
You either settle out of court or you end up in court. Given that the debt is probably well documented, the court will issue a judgment against you, perhaps including the court costs (usually you have agreed to this in the contract). Then the creditor will give you a certain time to pay off the money, or they will garnish your wages, foreclose or seize assets to be sold. You respond and defend youself. If… Read More
Yes. The debtor will receive a writ of judgment issued by the court stating the manner in which the debt will be collected. The debtor will be given a specific amount of time in which to respond to the judgment order before a levy or other action is taken to recover monies owed. Read More
You will be given the facts against you and an opportunity to reply with a defense. Failing to persuade the court, you will be ordered to make an attempt to negotiate a settlement with the creditor. Failing that, you will be ordered to pay and a judgment will be entered against you. The creditor may then file and execute a lien on anything you own, earn or ever receive, until the judgment has been satisfied. Read More
First be sure the judgment is docketed in the state docketed judgment index, so that it becomes a state-wide lien on all the defendant's real property in the state. Next serve the defendant with an Information Subpoena. This is a list of written questions the judgment debtor has to complete and send back to you. It will list all of his/her bank accounts, other assets and job location so that you can grab them and… Read More
A judgment passed by a court in favour or against in any given type of case which never happened can become a Precedent. a Precedent is a reference judgment or case. For example: Transfer of petition in favour of husband never happened until very recently in the case of Dipankar Ghosh Vs Moukhi Dutta. Now this judgment of the supreme court will serve as a precedent on future Transfer of petition filed by husband in… Read More
Trying to do something without a lawyer, eh? You have to file an affidavit or other document with the court that issued the judgment saying the judgment has not been satisfied, probably also an affidavit that the judgment debtor is not on active duty in the armed forces, and ask for an execution or similarly-named document. The execution is then given to (depending on your state law) to a sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable or person… Read More
Whether monitory compensation can be maintained under section 482 of CrPC if yes pls answer with relevant judgments?
The definitive guidelines under which a High Court can exercise its authority to quash a petition is given by the Supreme Court in the Bhajan Las Vs State Of Haryana, 21/11/1990, judgment. This judgment lays the ground rules for a HC to quash a criminal case. Read More
A definite answer is not possible as there are many variables. The judgment creditor must locate the bank account, file the appropriate forms with the court clerk and have the judgment validated as a bank account levy. This could be done in a few days or weeks depending upon the amount of cases being handled by the court and when the judgment creditor decides to execute the writ. Several states will not allow the levying… Read More
Only if it has gone to court, served you with the complaint and gotten a judgment against you. If it has gotten the judgment, the agency must still make application through the courts to get the wage garnishment. The garnishment cannot begin until you have been given notice of the request and a chance to object to it. Read More
What happens after judge has given written opinion and filed it with the court in a divorce in Illinois?
What do you mean by the word "opinion?" If you mean the judges final judgment - it means that the judge has ruled in the case and his decision become final the moment he signed it. Read More
More than likely, when you miss a court date in civil cases, a "default judgment" is taken against you. If you have a REALLY good reason for having missed the court date, you can file a Motion to Set Aside the default judgment and ask that you be given a chance to answer the claim against you. Depending on the state that you are in, your case may be listed on "case net". If so… Read More
The Mumbai University does not make decisions on solicitor appointments. Lawyers need to pass an examination given by the Bombay High Court. They are the only one who makes these appointments. Read More
Yes it is...indeed and there has been a court case going on between the Govt of india and smu and they have been given just one yr to imporve their reputation... thanks Read More
Generally you cannot have a judgment against you unless the plaintiff has given you proper legal notice of the lawsuit and you havehad an opporunity to defend yourself. If you know you have been sued, you can review the court file to see if a judgment has been entered. Judgments sometimes end up on credit reported, so you can check you credit report. You can also pay for a search an any number of websites… Read More
Payday loans are considered illegal in the state of Georgia. However, if you default on a payday loan, the company can sue you in court. The judge will decide how a judgment will be carried out if the loan was given in Georgia illegally. Read More
If the father of your child is abusive and not a suitable parent and can't keep a job or manage money does he still have the right to know you are pregnant?
You can't decide if he is a suitable parent. That judgment is given in a court of law. Yes, he does have the right to know if he is the father of your baby. You would be breaking the law if you didn't give the opportunity to go to court. Read More
Parents are required by the Rules of Civil Procedure to obey the court order. In the United States judges are given the authority to hear evidence and issue judgments that may include a court order. The content of a court order depends on the type of hearing and the rules that govern that type of proceeding. There are Rules of Civil Procedure (also called Code of Civil Procedure in some states) for adjudicating civil lawsuits… Read More
A notice should be given for a court date as soon as it is set. Read More
No. The court would require that you be given notice and your spouse must provide proof that notice was given. Read More
SAMBHUNATH TIADI MA,LLB,PGDHRM,DJMC,DBM The small claim court might have delivered the legal judgment to the petitioners and respondents or the plaintiff V's opposite parties . If, the competent authorities or person to whom directions have given fail to implement the judgment,than there is no bar to file a contempt petition before the competent forum against the violator of the judgment. However, I can give a clear picture after going through the contents of petition,counter,rejoinder,pleadings and… Read More
The debtor must be sued in the court of jurisdication in their state. If the plaintiff/creditor prevails a judgment will be entered in their favor. The judgment can then be executed against property belonging to the debtor in accordance with the governing state laws. Collection agencies often use arbitration where it concerns medical bills. Arbitration allows the creditor to bypass normal court procedures by means of submitting valid evidence of the debt to the arbitration… Read More
Is there any case law noted in California where a judge has set aside arrears in a child support case if proof is given that the arrears where based on fraudulent information from the exhusband?
Case law is not needed for this type of motion to amend, or reform judgment; all you have to do according to the Civil Code, is show that the judgment was obtained using fraud and the court will be required to set aside and reform the judgment (if the refuting information is true, correct, and could not be known or found at the time of the original judgment). The rules of evidence are very key… Read More
The community rank given by Anna University is the rank that is given by students. There will be an overall rank and a community rank which will have the students that live in certain areas and their rankings. Read More
No. Only a judge (or a representative of the court) may issue a warrant for someone's arrest. Unpaid loans eventually end up in civil court whereby the lender hopes for a judgment to be given in their favor (driving the borrower to pay the debt). Read More
If you are the 'creditor' of judgment and you sign for a third party to collect, then YES, your right to collect is given up. Because once that is signed you just signed over your judgment over to the third party, and it is considered THEIR judgment now. BUT you will still get your money judgment from the third party. Read More
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Can your father file a lien against your personal property if the only proof he has of a loan are Western Union wire transfers?
Your father must sue you in court and win in order to obtain a judgment lien against you. Although the Western Union transfer receipt is good in proving the funds were given to you, he must still prove to the court's satisfaction that the funds were a loan. If there were any witnesses to an agreement that the money was supposed to be repaid the court will hear that testimony. If he obtains a judgment… Read More