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Penubotula Jaswanth

Posted 4 months ago

Hello Sir/madam, I need to send a legal notice to someone who has recently moved to USA. But, his parents live in India. How can I proceed in this context.? What should I do if I need to get that person to the court.? Please help me. Thanks in advance.!! Best regards, Ps Jaswanth.
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A. His address in USA is mandatory for sending Legal notice. But, you can file a case against him and to serve the court notice,please opt substitute service(paper publication or affixing of notice of his last know address). For more details and strategy, please take my appointment.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
I have a supply contract from district election section,But unfortunately I have not sent the metirial in said time and delay 5 days,so the authority get angry with me,Now Can I ask them for payment of my bills.
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A. Yes, but if there any agreement clause regarding delayed supply, then the said clause will prevail. Any way , they canno withhold whole amount but they can impose penalty.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
I need a suggestion I given amount to my friend taking his property documents but unfortunately he is no more. His two sons are working in America they are not paying interest also to me so how can I proceed how can I get my money back
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A. You can file a civil suit to recover the money from the legal heirs of your friend. Please, note. if no property is inherited,then the legal heirs are not liable to pay the debt of his father.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
I am a devorcee through mutual devorce, has done before 3 years. My family is not aware of it. Now I am going to get married to other guy. My question is that ,after marriage when I will go for marriage registration ,should I apply as a devorcee or can I apply as fresher ?
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A. No fresh application for divorce is required. Please produced the certified copy of the earlier order of the court along with the application.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

Respected Sir, I had written one letter to the police station to file FIR against forged sign on a document but the police officer has not taken any action of my complaint . I have also informed SR. Police Inspector about the same still no action has been taken. Now I am deciding to file case against MM court but I don’t have enough money give the Lawyer/Advocate . Please sir help me how can I file a case or the way through which I can get the deserver justice. Regards,
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A. IF the police is not registering FIR, please file a petition before the Magistrate under section 190 of Code of Criminal Procedure. with out the help of lawyer, it will hard to file because procedure are little complicated. Please take assistance of local Lawyer.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Ramdas Menon

Posted 4 months ago

Sir I have recently purchased a villa on my name at Thrissur District and registration is already over. Myself and my wife is alone staying here and we have no kids. I wish to make my wife as co-owner of the property or to make a will on her name in order to avoid any legal implications in the future. So kindly let me know the procedure and best solution to do the same. Best Regards Ramdas k Menon
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A. Think twice before making of a will or registration in favour of your wife. I will explain the prose and cons.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
District consumer forum has passed order directing the builder to pay interest@18% in 45 days and handover the completed project in 6 months failing which to return the full amount+ 20 lakhs to me. I want the order to be executed legally. I can afford only a nominal fee to file execution, but ready to give a percentage of the interest I get after I actually receive the money into my account. I want such a lawyer who takes up the case as a challenge,interested to protect justice and legal system.
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A. before posting this kind of concerns,please provide the location. Then only the local lawyer will approach you take the case.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
I lived in a rented apartment. I paid 20000 as deposit when I took the apartment. Now, I left the apartment on 15.12.2017. My landlord asked me to serve one month's notice, which I did. When I asked for my deposit, they asked to clear the electricity bill which was 500. I left that place hoping that he would transfer the amount but he called after a week to tell me that the electricity bill was 17000 and I had to pay. I had already paid the bill and that is what I told him. He remains adamant and says that first I have to clear the bill and then he will transfer the amount to me. What an I do in this case? I have already paid the bill so it hardly makes any sense. Plz help.
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A. please send a notice immediately.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Anonymous

Posted 10 months ago

Hi Sir, in some monetary transaction with my friend I have given him a loan of rupees 75K of rupees through check which was unfortunately got bounced...by knowing this I have paid him the money through net banking in two instalments and when I ask him to return the check he didn't give, instead he black mailed me that he will go and book a case...inspite of requesting many times he didn't return me the check and he has again represented the same check in the bank for clearing after 45 days which I was already stopped... could you pls let me know how can I proceed in this situation, will I get any penaltites from him for this action
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A. immediately sent a lawyer notice by stating that payment against the cheque already repaid and for return of cheque. Please contact for sending notice. Your notice must reached first to his address. I am charging for sending legal notice is @ Rs 2500+500. ANIL KUMAR Standing Counsel High Court of Kerala.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Anonymous

Posted 10 months ago

We have supplied materials to XXX Packaging Pvt LTD., This company has to pay bills close to 3 Lakh. They have issued 10 mutiple cheques of 30000 per month. All the cheques got bounced due to insufficient funds. It's been almost a year now and company is refusing to pay the amount. We did not send legal memo, what would be the procedure to tackle this. Please advise.
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A. A legal notice should be send with in 30 days from the date of receipt of bank memo. if not send legal notice, you cannot file a case under section 138 of NI Act but definitely,you can file a civil case against him. But that too with in 3 years. For better clarification,please take anointment.
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ANIL KUMAR PC Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

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