Amit Pandey Amit Pandey

I had taken a loan on my credit card in January 2020, repayable in 48 EMIs of approximately 20000 per month. I paid two EMIs, then covid happened. I am jobless since April 2020. I utilised the two-par

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A. Hi,
You can request for either of the two solutions, but it is up to the bank whether they choose to grant it or not.

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Can I run a business from home? Can I run a business from home?

I sell bakery items, sweets, pizzas, etc. but I don't actually have these items in my house and I order them if a customer requires it and then he comes to my home to take his order. So what question

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
Yes, you can do as you wish and post the menu on your property. You might need to obtain necessary clearances from the state Government though.

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Hi, I am female, i got married in dec 2019. Is there any possibility to get a divorce. Hi, I am female, i got married in dec 2019. Is there any possibility to get a divorce.

I did a marriage in Dec 2019, initially, my husband's parents behaved so well now I am having mental stress with so many things. My husband also supports his parents and does not shift with me. Can I

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Posted 1 year ago


A. If your in-laws harassed you.then file 498A case .nd if you want to live separate from your in laws .then also file domestic voilence case...if you want divorce .then file divorce case and contest it...if you and your husband both agree for the divorce..then file mutual divorce case .it hardly take 5 to 6 months

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daughter in law rights in father-in-law self owned property daughter in law rights in father-in-law self owned property

i have two children and my husband's mental condition is not good we don't have any property of our own or ancestral property my mother-in-law is the owner of my father-in-laws self owned property wha

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,

HUF grants a daughter-in-law the status of a member of the HUF but does not make her a coparcener.
In the case of deceased mother-in-law, her share will equally devolve amongst her children, and the daughter-in-law will acquire rights on her husband's share only.
So currently you can claim for maintenance from your in-laws and coparcenary share of your husband.

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Issue with neighbor Issue with neighbor

I live in a flat and i own a 2nd floor. Everyone in pir building put their dusbin in front of their doors; however, the top floor owner has installed the gate in third floor and now he is putting his

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A. I remember similar thing where person threw away neighbour garbage bin for keeping it in his area.
neighbour had to buy new garbage bin 3-4 times then learned the lesson to not to repeat .mistake.

you keep your dustbin in front of his door where you want him to keep his dustbin.
if you have problem of 2 dustbin in front of your gate. can put your garbage bin in front of secretary door.

send a legal notice and file case of nuisance.


Hope this clarifies,
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Sister registered property Sister registered property

We are 2 sisiters. 15 years ago i gave 1 lakh money to my sister to buy land for investment in punjab. she booked on her name because she was studying local and I was working in other state. later the

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A. you also know that there is no legal case.
also can not get back money after so many years.


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Succession Succession

Consider A nd B as husband nd wife in Joint hindu family. And C nd D as their children's (heirs) Now Husband A dies and he has ancestral property with him and according to section 8 of Hindu Successio

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A. Hi,
It is upto the mother to give her share to whoever she wants as she is the owner of the property.

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mr manish mr manish

sir, i am used book seller, i sent recently one shipment having 44 books to amazon. now they lost the entire shipment. they paid me only rs. 1500 as re imbursement. but the books costs nearly rs. 4400

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A. You will need to approach consumer court against them immediately

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Apply for annulment Apply for annulment

Girl got married six years ago at the age of 17 and the time of marriage her husband age is 43 and he is close relative. Right from their marriage they do not have any physical relationship. Can she f

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A. More information required..like religion of boy and girl and what the relation of boy and girl before marriage..

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Child custody Child custody

My daughter aged 11 years want to stay with her grandmother on her own wish, without our permission,do law allow her to take own decisions?

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
If your spouse and you are in the middle of separation proceedings, then the Guardians and Wards Act provides that children above 9 years must be heard when it comes to their preference of where to stay. However, if you are not separating, then the child is under your guardianship till she is 18 years old, and you may take a decision of your choice which you believe is in her best interests.

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