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My father had gifted me roof of the house owned by him. I got the gift deed registered and constructed house on first floor for my family. Now after the demise of my parents my sister is demanding 50%

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A. If you have a gift deed registered in your name then you are undoubtedly the owner of that part of the property and your sister cannot ask for any right in that. You are right that only the ground floor remains an ancestral property and that can only be divided.
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my neighbours are always ready to fight with us.

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A. What is the reason they are always eager to fight with you. If you know the reason and if it is under your control then try to get rid of the reason. IF for any reason that is not possible then you can intimate the local police station about it through a general diary.
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Respected Sir, I am in studying in Grant In Aid college During Covid time as everything was online they were charging Fan Fees and Water Fees (₹50 each) and internet charge ( ₹1000). Additionally

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A. Dear Client you question is not clear. What do you mean by no notice of recovery? Please elaborate this then only a lawyer will be able to suggest or advise a course of action on it. You can repost the question after elaborating it.
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My husband has Petioned to live with him I m also willing to live I already attended one counselling another counselling he did not appear he asked asked for mediation but he keeps on skipping dates i

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A. See restitution of conjugal rights are filed for two reasons;
1. The Petitioner wants that the spouse should come and stay with the petitioner as directed by the court.
2. To take advantage of the situation that the opposite side is not willing to come and after one year of passing the judgement the petitioner can file a case for divorce.

You let the court know that you have been appearing but the petitioner is not appearing and then he will not be able to take any undue advantage of this.
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I have 2 questions- 1- I have bought a flat in Noida extn and agreed to pay 30% in start and 70% on possession. Now builder has offered us possession 6 months ago without completing the fitting and c

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A. 1. Whosoever is telling you that you will lose the case are wrong. If the builder has not provided what was promised then you can move the consumer forum and easily you will get the judgement in your favour.

2. That is not the right way, you can sale the property even without paying 100% to the builder but you must have a word with builder and intimate him that you are planning to sale it.
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I done business with few customer. They refused to give the payment, I done it without bill cuz on trust. I don't have address of them either any proof except contact no. I have to get around 1lakh f

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A. Dear Client without nay address proof and bill it will be difficult for you or anyone to pursue the case and get your money from them. If you have their email ids then one can send a legal notice to their email ids asking them to pay the due amount.
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Hi, Due to some unavoidable reason, me and my friend are planning to buy a property which is going to be registered in my name. However, I will be giving a irrevocable power of attorney soon after so

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A. The question here is that what is it that you want to safeguard? Is it the legally valid transfer of the property to your friend or your rights in the property? Unless you let us know what is the safeguard you are looking for the answer is difficult to provide.
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Respected sir / madam Today (19-11-2021) govt of tamilnadu announced compulsory covid vaccination to all public.. I seek some clarification: in our country various medical methods are available.(si

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A. Dear Client
you can very well file a writ petition in the Madras High Court challenging this order of the Tamilnadu government. But let me tell you that it all will depend on your arguments in the court to get a favourable judgement in your favour. COVID-19 is a new thing and lot of research and insights are required before going into the case. So, prepare accordingly.
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Sir, My husband is from Orissa and I am from Andhra Pradesh. In the month of July he has filed Judicial Separation Section 10 Hindu Marriage Act. As presently I am staying with my parents in Andhra Pr

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A. Since the separation case is family matter and the procedure is like a civil case hence it was allowed to be transferred but the procedure under the DV Act is like a criminal case and hence it will not be allowed to be transferred. In DV case the mother in law has filed a case which will be handled by local police and the magistrate. So, very rare chances of transfer.
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Due to some arguments I have hit my wife couple of times and she also hit me back and threatened she will hurt herself by taking knife but later we spoke mutually and apologised to each other and live

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A. Dear Client,
If she decides to take legal action against you, you must take precautions to protect yourself from the negative consequences. You can keep a general diary (GD) with your local police department about everything so that if you are the subject of a criminal complaint, the police will not treat you unfairly. The rest of the action will be determined by what she does.
Thank you!
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