Adv. Ashima Puri has excessive experience in the field of Corporate disputes. She has been advising [ + ]
Adv. Ashima Puri has excessive experience in the field of Corporate disputes. She has been advising on resolution of dispute between the client and the contracting party. She is also taking care of drafting and vetting of Agreements, Rendering Corporate Advisory and Compliance. [ - ]
Practicing Since : 2005 New Delhi
- Property Dispute
- Corporate Law
When an entity or individual owns something, he is said to be the owner of property. Property is generally of two types: ``Real’’ which may imply land or any other form of real estate and industrial plants; and "personal” which comprises all else. Property may also be "Common” and may be jointly held by more than one persons. There is also "Community property," a joint ownership among an individual and his spouse while "Public property," is anything that is government owned such as the state, county, districts, parks and other public facilities. The law courts have a special responsibility to clarify and enforce ownership issues.
The word corporate refers to any activity related to corporations, known to be the most common type of business organization. Such organizations are chartered by the government of the country in which they function, have their unique legal rights and are entities that are separate from their owners. A corporate entity is usually characterized by its owners’ limited liability and is empowered to issue easily transferable shares . Incorporation is the process of creating the corporation and subsequently gives the latter a unique legal standing separate from the owners. The owners are subsequently protected from personal liabilities if the corporate is used.
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