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Hello, I am about to buy a property from seller. On the same property owner gave GPA to his father and GPA is not revoked. Now GPA holder died and real owner (son) is selling property. Owner belongs

Posted 23 hours ago


A. As far as religion is concerned there is no bar as such.
Power of attorney can be given to a person only for operating certain or all works but it ends on the same day and moment either of two dies or person who gave it has revoked it. There is no legal heirs right on power of attorney.
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Gud morning sir There is a case going on in session court. Our case is a trespassing case. Our neighbour is trying to encroach our small portion of land for his parking. We have filled a case against

Posted 5 months ago


A. See once previous encroacher has left u can withdraw the case from court or can file application to lok Adalat for closer.
If new occupants also do the same u can get lodge a fresh case against them.
U can file case in sdm court too under section 133 crpc
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I am looking to bug a property where the last sale deed registration done from 3 sequential GPA (with sale agreement , will,affidavit) is it a valid property chain? and no problem will come in future

Posted 1 year ago


A. If all documents are genuine u can go ahead but please cross check the documents of ownership from concerned sub registrar office
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My mother and father seprated 10 years ago. The case was settled unilaterally because my father was not having any objection. In documents there is no mention of me. My father doesn't live in our vill

Posted 1 year ago


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Dear experts, My uncle is having a land 2.2 acres ..In his document he is having a 20 links way in east side...but its not in usage there actually...hardly i can see a 2 feet pathway with shrubs..the

Posted 1 year ago


A. Hello,
You can send them a legal notice and can file a suit against the college and claim the right of easement
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a person who claims to be in love with my mother commited suicide. now his family is blaming my mother for his action. please tell me will it be a problem for her?? she didn't forced him to do suicide

Posted 1 year ago


A. Blaming by the persons family is not sufficient. If the police find reason enough to blame your mother then in that case your mother will have to go for pre-arrest or anticipatory bail.
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Sujeet Thakur

Charges against me, my mother ,sis and brother. Only one witnessed appeared in the court as father of deceased now they want settle the case then what is the process for this as they don't want compla

Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir,
Either it has to be challenged before High Court under Section 482 of Cr.P.C and get it quashed with the consent of complainant or get all the witnesses including complainant turn hostile.

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What is the present judgment and guideline in covid scenario for sarfesi recovery cases by taking possession under section 14 ?

Posted 1 year ago


A. For six months such coercive methods stand suspended.
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Manish Kumar

My wife has registered a complaint in SSP office against me nd my parents pertaining to 498a. IO has enquired from my neighbours and she got nothing like that. There is no proof of harassment or physi

Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir
If your wife manage the police then police may file charge sheet.

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Anonymous

A car hit a motorcycle person who has elbow injury leading to operate and six to one year rest then what is benficial court case vs mutual settlement between parties

Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Client
If someone feel his own fault fully or partially to some extent and ready to compensate the victim then its better to mutually settle the issues . But in case if he feels not guilty and seek justice from court then can take recourse of court.

However it is always better if both party agree to settle the compoundable offenses out of court to save money and time.
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