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CIVIL SUITS

CIVIL SUITS

Our company also deals in various civil matters for instance stay proceedings, property disputes, court hearings etc. A civil suit is different than a criminal suit. A civil lawsuit settles disputes between private parties, which can include individuals and organizations. Civil suits also finalize divorces, name changes, or any personal affairs that need a judge or court”s approval. An injunction is an equitable remedy in the form of a court order that compels a party to do or refrain from specific acts. It is a court order which restrains one of the parties to a suit in equity from doing or permitting others who are under his control to do an act which is unjust to the other party.

Types of Cases in Civil Court: Civil courts handle a wide variety of cases involving numerous legal issues.  Very broadly, civil cases may involve things, for example

 1) Tort claims.  A “tort” is a wrongful act (sometimes called a “tortuous” act), other than a breach of contract, that results in injury to someone”s person, property, reputation, or the like, for which the injured person is entitled to compensation.  Cases involving claims for such things as personal injury, battery, negligence, defamation, medical malpractice, fraud, and many others, are all examples.

2) Breach of contract claims.  A breach of contract case typically results from a person”s failure to perform some term of a contract, whether the contract is written or oral, without some legitimate legal excuse. Cases involving claims for such things as not completing a job, not paying in full or on time, failing to deliver goods sold or promised, and many others, are all examples.

3) Equitable claims.  An “equitable claim” asks the court to order a party to take some action or stop some action.  It may or may not be joined with a claim for monetary damages.  Cases where a party is seeking a temporary restraining order or injunction to stop something (perhaps the destruction of property, the improper transfer of land, the solicitation of a business” customers) are examples.

4) Landlord/tenant issues.  Civil courts handle disputes arising between landlords and tenants.  Cases where a landlord is trying to evict a tenant from a rental property or a tenant has moved out and is suing a landlord for the return of a security deposit are examples. A court order by which an individual is required to perform, or is restrained from performing, a particular act. An injunction commands an act that the court regards as essential to justice, or it prohibits an act that is deemed to be contrary to good conscience. It is an extraordinary remedy, reserved for special circumstances in which the temporary preservation of the status quo is necessary. A stay of proceedings is a ruling by the court in civil and criminal procedure, halting further legal process in a trial or other legal proceeding. The court can subsequently lift the stay and resume proceedings based on events taking place after the stay is ordered. Stay of proceedings - Suspension of the progression of a lawsuit on the order of a court in certain situations such as where the proceedings are obviously frivolous or the plaintiff has engaged in misconduct. Our company deals in all the above mentioned aspects of Civil suits for the welfare and betterment of the clients.