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Arun Shukla

Posted 7 months ago

I am adopted and owner of property.adoption in 1964 .now a will has come of 1945 by my father property to his cousins.my father died in 1970 and after that property in my name today. Kindly give us advice is will in existence or not.
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A. Dear, As you mentioned that your late father had executed a will in 1945 in the name of his cousins pertaining to his property, therefore, in virtue of the said will, your late father's cousins are the owners of your late father's property. The will is in existence. There might be issues if your late father's cousins come and claim the property on the strength of the will.
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Advocate B. Srikiran Exp: 10 Year(s) Hyderabad
I am only son of my parents my house was in name of my mother now my mother an father passrd away how this property transfer in my name
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A. Dear, As you are the only legal heir of your late mother, apply for Legal Heir Certificate from the MRO office (Jurisdiction where the property is situated) by producing the death certificate of your mother. Thereafter, once you get the Legal Heir Certificate, with the help of the said certificate, you can transfer the property on your name.
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Ravi S

Posted 7 months ago

Sir, my grandfather acquired property in three names one in the name of my grandmother, one in his self name and one in his last child among three sons , Now both of my grandparents are dead and my father who was one among the three children is also dead, my paternal uncle's ate trying to drive us out of the property which is on the name of my grandfather and grandmother.. Please help me what should I do
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A. Dear, Your uncles as well as your late father have the same rights in their parents property if a will is not executed by your late grandfather and late grandmother in favor of your uncles. If there is no will executed by your late grandfather and late grandmother in favor of your uncles for their property, you can claim your late father's share in your late grandfather and late grandmother's property. File a suit for declaration and possession and claim your father' share in the property and apart from this, file a suit for permanent injunction and obtain stay order from the court restraining your uncles from disposing of the property till the suit is decided.
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Dheeraj Singh

Posted 7 months ago

Dear sir/ madam, I am going to purchase resale residential flat at naigon. Finalization has been done. The flat in the name of father and son. Now the father is not alive but his wife is alive. So pls advice what type of documents should be required.
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A. Dear, Check the death certificate of the father and legal heir certificate and also find out if any other legal heir is there apart from the son and wife. Also, check for any probable will executed in favor of either the wife or son by the owner. The two legal heirs should consent for selling the property and they should be party to the sale deed being executed in your favor (The legal heirs should be the executing party on the sale deed and if any one of them is representing the other, the other should give his/her no objection in selling the flat and for executing the sale deed).
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Anonymous

Posted 7 months ago

I HAVE FILED 498A AGAINST MY HUSBAND & HIS FAMILY, 3 MONTHS AGO, POLICE INVESTIGATION IS ALSO COMPLETE, BUT CHARGESHEET IS NOT FILE. BUT NOW HE WANTS A COMPROMISE SO WE HAVE DECIDE TO SUBMIT AN AGREEMENT SIGNED BY BOTH IN POLICE STATION TO CLOSE THE FIR. IS IT THE RIGHT WAY? IF POLICE SUBMIT "FR" THEN ALL THE FUTURE WAYS ARE CLOSED FOR ME IF MY HUSBAND TORTURES ME AGAIN? CAN POLICE FILE 182 AGAINST ME? PLEASE REPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
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A. Madam, You have to append the said compromise agreement along with the quash petition that your husband has to file in the High Court. An affidavit of yours should accompany the quash petition wherein you have to say that in view of the compromise arrived at between you and your husband, you want to withdraw from the FIR. The High Court will quash the FIR accordingly. However, after quashing of the FIR, if your husband tortures you again and subject you to cruelty, you can again file a complaint against him pursuant to which, the police will register an FIR under relevant sections against you husband.
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Akash Ram

Posted 7 months ago

Case settled in lokadalat 2 months back. Want to apply for decree. Do I have to sign to get decree copy. I don't want my lawyer anymore. Theaccused did not pay the amount by today, which is due date today. Can I file execution petition immediately.
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A. Dear, You will get the decree from the Lokadalat where the issue has been settled. You can sign and get the copy of the decree from the Lokadalat section. You can then file Execution Petition to claim the pending amount along with the interest due. Under Limitation Act,1963 the time period for execution of civil decree is 12 years from the date of decree. So it's you call when you want to execute the decree.
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Bhogaraju Ramalakshmi

Posted 7 months ago

Respected Sir, We are suffering from a WP in High Court of Hyderabad from the year 2016. It is not reaching to the bench and even our lawyer is saying that it is a case of settlement. From these many years we have spent so much money to the lawyers, we changed the lawyer, we spent lot of money to bring our case to the bench. We are suffering with the case by mentally and financially. Though we are having all the evidences we are suffering from a false case. So please kindly advise us how we can get justice and how long a case can be prolonged. If it can't happen, please let me know how can I knock the door of Human rights in this position. Please please help us. If there is any way to come out of it our family have to attempt suicide.
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A. Madam, It is surprising to know how the Writ Petition filed in High Court, Hyderabad in 2016 is not being listed before the bench till date. The records of the case have to be checked to render you proper advice. I am based at Hyderabad only and if you need any help in the case, you can contact me via Vidhikarya.
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Advocate B. Srikiran Exp: 10 Year(s) Hyderabad
Hi, I have recently joined an MNC at entry level. It has been approx. two months. I am hired on contractual basis. It is a customer service job and as per the offer letter it is a five day working. I started facing issues right from day two. These are issues pertaining to 1) Work place bullying 2) Discrimination. I realized to the same generic question I was being given answers different from what others were given. Further, others got leaves even during no- leave period. Whereas I am required to justify my casual leave. Even if I applied 15 days in advance, my leaves stand disapproved. I have not availed any leave since my joining. Further, at the time of salary negotiation I opted for a lesser salary package for lesser work load since I needed my composure for self-learning. But during training itself they changed the skill/ work to a more engaging role on orally communicated grounds of salary revision in accordance to the work load. We have not received any communication for the change of work. The HR is still not ready to see us even if we have asked for a group meet. Whenever we want to talk about OT they say it is ‘ business need’. I have been doing Over Time right from the training period. I have done OT on four (alternate) weekends so far.
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A. Dear, These kind of things usually do happen in many companies. Since you are still a junior level employee, have patience and talk to the management by apprising them about the issues you are facing from the company. Tell the management about the work place discrimination and about the terms and conditions of work they promised while joining the company and how it changed after you joined the company. I am sure they will resolve the issues. Have patience and you will get a way. At this point of time, if you want to take legal action against them while you are being still associated with the company, you may be removed from the company. Therefore, exhaust all remedies before coming to any decision of taking legal action against the company. However, if you still want to take legal action against the company, file a case against them at labor court of jurisdiction.
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Anonymous

Posted 9 months ago

sir /madam, FIR was filed on my friend family members in police station they went to court for anticipatory bail but police officers did not put FIR to court.It has been two months but they did not put fir to court.so please kindly suggest how to get bail
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A. Dear, Ask your friend to hire a criminal lawyer, collect the FIR from the PS and file anticipatory bail in the court. If the court is not having the FIR, it will call for the CD (Case Diary) file from the police and once it reaches the court, hearing of the bail application will take place.
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Anonymous

Posted 9 months ago

Hello sir me(age 24) and my gf (age 22) secretly married (court marriage) if we dont live together after marriage untill we tell this to our parents would this marriage be valid.... Is it compulsory to live together after marriage bcos we did it secretly and we want to tell this to our parents later
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A. Dear, Your marriage will not be invalid in the eyes of law even if you both don't live together after the marriage with mutual agreement. Though the intention of doing a marriage is to live together and procreate children, it is not legally compulsory to live together after the marriage if both the husband and wife decides so. No court will ask you why you both are living separately.
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