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How To Claim Your Profile
How To Claim Your Profile
  • September 24, 2021

To claim your profile, If you don’t have an account on Nepal Lawyer please first Register on Nepal Lawyer and verify your email. You can use Google or Facebook login for instant verification. Note : You have to be logged in, to claim your Profile.

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What is tort law ?
What is tort law ?
  • August 26, 2021

Generally tort law is a civil wrong. Tort is an act that give rise to injury or harm to other party and for which court impose liability for that a amount of a civil wrong. it is different from criminal and contract law.

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Non-governmental organization (NGO) registration in Nepal
  • August 18, 2021

A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a non-profit organization that operates its function beyond government influence. NGOs, sometimes known as civil societies, are non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are organized on a local, national, and international level to serve a social or political aim such as humanitarian issues or the environment. NGO works on a large scale or very locally to promote social or political change. NGOs are vital to the development of society, the improvemen

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नेपालका कानूनहरु
नेपालका कानूनहरु
  • August 18, 2021

नेपालका धेरै जसो कानूनी प्राबधान कागजमा मात्र सिमित रहेको अवस्था छ, कानून भएता पनि व्यवहारमा लागु गर्न सकेका छैनौ त्यसकारण केहि नेपाली कानूनहरु तल उलेख गरेका छन् :

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Why the Constitutional law is so important?
Why the Constitutional law is so important?
  • August 16, 2021

Constitutional law is the body of rules, doctrines, and practice that govern the operation of political communities. Some examples of constitutional law, include the following: Freedom of Religion – is another civil liberty stipulating the right, within the confounds of the law, to practice one’s religious beliefs. Judicial Review – this is the right to have the courts review legislation to determine whether or not it is valid. Equal Protection – mandates that people and groups of peop

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Law governing INGOs in Nepal
  • August 15, 2021

INGO stands for the international non-governmental organization that works for wellbeing without any profit earning aim. The organization was established with a specific goal to provide service in a society that is independent of government intervention. The main mottos of INGOs are Environmental protection, human rights promotion, and women's advancement, and many more. They design, finance, or implement activities in the field of information and communication technology in education in deve

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Non-governmental organization (NGO) registration in Nepal
  • August 15, 2021

A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a non-profit organization that operates its function beyond of government influence. NGOs, sometimes known as civil societies, are non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are organized on a local, national, and international level to serve a social or political aim such as humanitarian issues or the environment. NGO works on a large scale or very locally to promote social or political change. NGOs are vital to the development of society, the improve

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Foreign Investment and Technology Transfer Act of Nepal
  • August 9, 2021

The Foreign Investment and Technology Transfer Act of 2019 (FITTA) replaced the Foreign Investment and Technology Transfer Act of 1992. The goal of FITTA is to modernize Nepal's existing foreign investment legislative framework in order to facilitate new investments. This act intends to increase industrialization and foreign investment for sustainable growth of the national economy and attract more foreign investment under this act by utilizing available resources and forming the legal framework

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Company Registration process in Nepal
  • August 4, 2021

In Nepal, limited liability companies are the most common business vehicles. A private limited company is the most usually registered business vehicle. A public corporation must be registered if it conducts business in the areas of banking and financial transactions, insurance, stock exchange, pension fund, or mutual fund.

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Divorce Process in Nepal: Divorce Lawyers in Nepal
Divorce Process in Nepal: Divorce Lawyers in Nepal
  • August 4, 2021

The application for divorce is firstly filed in the relevant District Court. Any desiring party can file the case of divorce under the circumstances as defined in the Civil Code. A divorce might take anything from 3 days to 12 months, depending on the court's ruling. It does not take any longer if both parties agree to the mutual consent. Divorce is the formal process or means of dissolving or terminating marital relations between husband and wife. The legal duties and responsibilities of mar

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