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Q.Punishment or fine on Possession in joint property

Q. Punishment or fine on Possession in joint property

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Anonymous

posted 1 week ago

What punishment in terms of fine or imprisonment is there if one brother family tried to take possession of my area in joint property on name of mother.i m not living this place my area is locked. I cant go freely in my area, they block my passsage many times... What precautions can i take to stop them do it again.... Police complaint done... Is there any imprisionment if they will possess my share.
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A. Dear Sir,
It is only a trespass and other related small offences. If police not registered a case then file a private complaint before a Magistrate through Advocate.

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A. Sir this is a case of criminal trespass
File a complain case and proceed.
Also lodge a complain in the local PS

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Shreyash Mohta

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Responded 1 week ago

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A. It is trespass . Nothing any serious offence it is a civil case

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 2 Year(s)

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A. It's trespass I'm criminal term... You may get lodge FIr against them. For more info you may contact us.

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A. Sir
You can seek civil remedy for your property right through civil court.There is possible criminal remedy to lodge complaint before the police actin against those who are preventing your peaceful enjoyment of the property.
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Johnson Thangiah

Experience: 18 Year(s)

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A. It is a case of civil in nature. But after reveiwing your documents if there any chance of filling criminal case it depend on your brother approach to grab your possession.

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Chandrajit Mitra

Experience: 8 Year(s)

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