Selling of property taken in joint name Selling of property taken in joint name

My father along with his friend has purchased one house in 1991 in the following way. Let's say house had two equal parts : part A and part B. First both of them purchased part A with equal ownership.

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Posted 7 hours ago


A. Dear Client,
Since your father and his friend brought the property jointly you will need his signatures to sell the property. You can also execute a release deed for your share in part B and his share in part A.
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7 day loan apps harassments 7 day loan apps harassments

Hi, I had taken loans from instant loan app and have got stuck in this scam. One loan to repay another.. Some of these apps are removed from playstore and some are registered with a NBFC in RBI. Howev

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Posted 10 hours ago


A. Dear client,
You can File a complaint at the police station and also go for an injunction suit against the developers of the app as well as the bank and recovery agents. You can also file an objection with the Reserve Bank Of India, as this is completely illegal.

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Can gov. wcd department file appeal against court order after 15 years? Can gov. wcd department file appeal against court order after 15 years?

Government Acquired 16 Acres of our land in 1972 for artificial lake in our village. Government paid compensation in multiple installments with final award was given in 1999. Government did not pay la

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Posted 10 hours ago


A. Dear Client,
The limitation period according to CPC for an appeal is 90 days but an appeal can be filed with condonation of delay and the same can be accepted or denied by the appellate court at its discretion.
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Father missing from 23 years and no FIR Father missing from 23 years and no FIR

My father went missing in 1998 when I was 4 years old. My mother did not know to file an FIR at that time. I am looking to get a proof of missing or death certificate for any legal related things. Is

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Posted 10 hours ago


A. Under Section 108 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, a person who remains missing and has not been heard of by persons who would have usually heard of him for seven years is presumed to be dead for all legal purposes. To prove that a person has gone missing, one has to show that the persons seeking such a declaration have taken appropriate steps to find the person. This may include filing a missing person complaint with the police, issuing advertisements, contacting relatives or friends and the ...ReadMore

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What are my legal rights over parents and brother assets. What are my legal rights over parents and brother assets.

In the family of 6 members- Mother, Father, Brother, Bhabhi, 2 sister (1 married & 1 unmarried), we have lost 3 members in the covid- Mother Father & Brother. Now we are in the family- Bhabhi,

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Posted 10 hours ago


A. Dear Client,
You can apply for a succession certificate and after that, you can file a partition deed(if you want a partition). 1 share will go to you, 1 share will go to your unmarried sister, 1 share will go to your married sister, and 1 to your sister-in-law. All your bothers property will go to your sister-in-law and her children if any.
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Noc problem from employer Noc problem from employer

I am working in bihar govt . as Asst.Engineer and I want to pursue PHD from a college as part time ,but college needs NOC from my department. And my department is saying that we can't issue NOC during

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Posted 15 hours ago


A. Dear Client,
NOC is necessary if you want to pursue any course in any college and as per your employer, you should wait for the probation period to get over. Then waiting would be a better option.
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Money lender has a license Money lender has a license

If money lender has a licence then he can charge 10% interest

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Posted 15 hours ago


A. Dear Client,
The license gives the moneylender permission to lend money and earn interest from them and the interest can be any % as agreed by you.
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Sole Arbitrator passed an Ex-parte Award Sole Arbitrator passed an Ex-parte Award

I have two queries here. First background, I had credit card dues (Lost job and inability to pay back with no assets to sell) for which bank took arbitration recourse and appointed sole arbitrator in

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A. Hi,

The most important factor in deciding whether or not to challenge an arbitration award is whether or not the arbitration decision is binding. If the arbitration is ineffective and non-binding, any party or parties may appeal the award without a reasonable basis for doing so. However, if the Arbitration is binding, then you must have a compelling reason to challenge the award. Section 34 (2) (a) lays down grounds for setting aside arbitration award:
1.A party is under some incapacity.
2.The ...ReadMore

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What are the chances of bail in crime under Section 420 of IPC? What are the chances of bail in crime under Section 420 of IPC?

Sir/Madam, One of my father's friend (say X) has used my father's bank account for some transactions. Those transactions were from my father's friend's girlfriend (say Y) who later realized that she

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Posted 1 day ago


A. Dear Client,
Since 420 is a Non-bailable offense it is the discretion of the court to grant bail. But the same can be granted if the court feels satisfied the accused shall not escape and will attend the proceedings and be present before the police when called upon. You can apply for bail citing the medical condition of your father. But you will need proof to get bail. so, gather all the medical reports you have. If the court is satisfied it may grant bail, and please clarify whether 376 is of ...ReadMore

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Obstruction in building construction Obstruction in building construction

Our neighbours are not allowing us to do plaster in the outside portion of the wall is there any law from which we can do the incomplete work

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Posted 1 day ago


A. Dear Client,
If you are within your rights and not infringing the rights of your neighbor you can file a civil suit for the same.
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