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Anonymous

posted 10 months ago

My mother in law gifted her house to my wife. But her small brother and his wife entered forcely.bitting my wife and my mother in law. Police said file court case. What we do criminal case file or property stay take plz advice me.can her brother forcely entered her house.
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A. Is your mother-in-law a senior Citizen, if so you can lodge a complaint in CP Office.You can also file complaint in the local police station , if not them report in concerened SP or CP office. better to contact a Professional Lawyer from the panel of Vidhikarya to take up on all aspects of the issue to help,assist and protect your interest quickly.

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Ambrose Leo

Experience: 9 Year(s)

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A. Gift is in your possession? File a Police case in the context of assault.

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VIMAL K MISHRA

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Anonymous

Replied 10 months ago

Sir not help me and my mother in law and my son and wife.

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A. If the house was absolute property of your mother in Law then you can file case to evict them and win it.

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Prabhakara S K Shetty

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A. Dear Sir,
Your wife is the absolute owner and in possession of property as per gift deed. You can approach court and get injunction order against your wife’s brother saying that you are in possession of the same. You never say you are out of possession. Court may also direct police to protect your possession.

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A. File trespassing case against these people and get them arrested. That's all. Trespassing is a criminal case.

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Arnab Banerjee

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A. You can file a criminal complaint against your brother in law and his wife under section 190 and 200 Criminal procedure code before appropriate court. Another a permanent induction suit file against them for prohibition of their entrance in to your gifted house

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Ashutosh Pathak

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A. You have both right criminal first as a unauthorised acupent & manhandling by them.

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R. N. Chaturvedi

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A. No he cannot If gift deed is registered no need to worry. Do contact local police and act against him immediately.

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Ashish K Dongre

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A. file a case of permanent prohibition injunction by way of civil suit and file a case of criminal trespass....grievous hurt assault before the course of Chief judicial magistrate

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Sunil

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A. Is there any medical certificate from a government hospital for the physical injury? It yes, then police should have registered your complaint as FIR. If there is no such physical injury, and you have not been to the government hospital for treatment, you can still lodge your complaint with the local police station for registering your complaint as FIR on the ground of assault, criminal intimidation, and domestic violence. Once the gift deed has been register, you don't need to worry about the property. Ask your wife to get the mutation certificate for change of name from municipality/corporation.

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ROBERT D ROZARIO

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