Insurance claim has been denied to my relative on the ground that Insured did not disclose in the Medical Performa that he was suffering from Type-II /Diabetes Mellitus. Shortly, thereafter within months, the death of the Insured took place and the reason for death was diagnosed as ‘cardiac shock’. Will the legal heirs of deceased will succeed in getting insurance claim

The only reason to repudiate the insurance is that the insured did not disclose in the medical Performa that he was suffering from Type-II /Diabetes Mellitus. As the cause of death is ‘cardiac shock’ and the death has not occurred due to the well-known factual conditions in diabetics, therefore the reputation of insurance contract is…

Presently a civil suit is going on in Ropar courts between me as a defendant and another person as a plaintiff. The civil court has allowed the amendment in the civil suit under order 6, rules 17 of the Code of Civil Procedure for amendment of the plaintiff at a time when the case is ripe for final arguments. Can it be done by the civil judge at such a belated stage of the suit ?

No doubt both the parties have led evidence and the case has reached the stage of arguments. The amendment at the belated stage cannot be declined merely on the ground that the case has now been fixed for arguments and act this stage, the amendment cannot be allowed. If the amendment in question goes to…