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Majumder's Laws Relating to Notices
Majumder's Laws Relating to Notices
Author: Purnendu Bhattacharyya
Edition: 8th
Year of publication: 2022
No. of pages: 742
ISBN: 9788171773701
Format: Hardcover
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Notice means an information, an advice or a written warning in more or less formal shape, intended to apprise a person of such proceeding in which his interest is involved or informing him of some fact which is his right to know and the duty of the notifying authority to communicate. To protect the rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India or laid down in other statutes or contractually agreed, one may have to receive or issue notice from or to persons or authorities.
Up to date state of the laws
In the instant edition of this utility oriented work, care has been taken to cover the relevant areas as much as possible with emphasis on recent legislations and/or amendments thereof. Attempt has been made to incorporate all the important decisions of the apex court and various High Courts to present an up to date state of the law, without making any departure from the compact character of the book. It has made room for a wide variety of laws and Acts under which notices are to be served, catering to the various segments of society.
Comprehensive account of the subject
The present edition provides a comprehensive account of the subject by dealing with the definition and purpose, their classes and requirements, their service and such other broad features. While incorporating the new issues or legislations, this edition eliminates the obsolete ones to reduce the unnecessary bulk. It is devoted to notices coming under several recent Acts of the Central Government. It also contains model forms to render the work useful from the practitioners’ point of view.
This edition deals with all the current aspects of the subject will surely be treated as helpful as, if not more than, it was in its earlier editions.

· Requirements in a notice
· Mode of service of notice
· Waiver of notice
· Effects of notice on joint tenants
· Notice by a trustee
· Reasonableness of a notice

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Classification of Notices
Chapter 3 Requirements in a Notice
Chapter 4 Service of Notice
Chapter 5 Persons Competent to Issue Notice
Chapter 6 Persons Competent to Accept Notice
Chapter 7 Effects of Notice of Joint-interest Holders
Chapter 8 Waiver of Notice
Chapter 9 Savings of Limitation where Notice is Statutory (Section 15(2) of the Limitation Act 1963)
Chapter 10 Miscellaneous Facts about Notices
Chapter 11 Notices under the Code of Civil Procedure 1908
Chapter 12 Notices under the Railways Act 1989
Chapter 13 Notices under the Indian Partnership Act 1932
Chapter 14 Notices under the Sale of Goods Act 1930
Chapter 15 Notices under the Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996
Chapter 16 Notices under the Indian Contract Act 1872
Chapter 17 Notices under the Constitution of India, Law of Wrongful Dismissal and the Law of Torts
Chapter 18 Notices under the Negotiable Instruments Act 1881
Chapter 19 Notices Relating to Tenancy
Chapter 20 Notices under the Companies Act 2013
Chapter 21 Notices under the Consumer Protection Act 2019
Chapter 22 Notices under the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
Chapter 23 Notices under the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act 1992 (SEBI)
Chapter 24 Notices under the Industrial Disputes Act 1947
Chapter 25 Notices under the Factories Act 1948
Chapter 26 Notices under the Employee’s Compensation Act 1923
Chapter 27 Notices under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946
Chapter 28 Notices under the Municipalities, Municipal Corporations and other Body-corporates
Chapter 29 Notices under the Labour Laws
Chapter 30 Notices under other Central Acts
Chapter 31 Miscellaneous Notices


Purnendu Bhattacharyya

MA, LLM, Former District & Sessions Judge and Director, West Bengal Judicial Academy

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