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Manda Murali

Posted 5 months ago

My self muesli Krishna aged 26years, at the age of 1 year my mom ND dad got divorced due mental behavior of my father, and filed a case in court and got divorced, after that my self taken by my mom and my sister was taken by my dad side, after some years my mom got married again and after that my mother died by pregnancy problem, and my grand father (mother father) is taken me and took care on my, and at same time my uncle( fathers brother) took care on my sister and didn't get married till now, my sister get love Marriage without my uncle permission and they are talking good now, now the problem is my uncle has 1 Cr proper by his name, what are my chances whether I get half from that, my uncle somehow favour my sister, please help me how to proceed
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A. you've no chance to lay your hand over the property of your uncle if he bequeaths his property by way of Will in your sister's favour. If you somehow want to get anything out his property you need to stay close to uncle so that you're named as one of the beneficiary in his Will. Whether you or your sister is named as a beneficiary in his WIll, such benefits can only be reaped after his demise which might take years to happen. If you don't want to wait so long, then there's another way which I would be glad to share with you if you come on paid consultation. You can contact Vidhikarya to arrange a telephonic consultation with me.
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Hello sir i am mukesh agrawal. I took a loan from home credit of amount 120000 on may 2017, I was continue paying my emi till august 2018, But dur some financial losses i was unable to pay my EMI , now i got a legel notice and they asked to pay full amount with interest and 100 rs notice charge within 7 days. Sir the address given to them was my relative address as home credit do not serve in my city but i dont live with my relatives now and company sending all the recovery elements even recovery agents to my relative home. Even i talked to them that i will pay my loan in some time and will pay monthly.. please help me what to do. I am very depressed.
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A. contact the bank officials to stop sending the recovery team from harassing your relatives. In the meantime contact a local lawyer from DRT from Vidhikarya to reply to their notice. Alternatively you may contact the bank manager to give you some time to repay the loan amount as you're going through a financial loss.
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Sudhakar Vvn

Posted 5 months ago

I have a wife not listening to me and follow her mother..I m tortured by her mother and herself too... I have 2 yr kid ..I hv doubt of he is mine or not,her family is so rude and can\\\'t take them any more,I m working in psu since 4 yrs ...they are threatening me for alimony and for filling case against my family, I m thinking of migrating to Canada without informing them..how can I resolve my issue , I m 32 now.pls give best suggestion
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A. better go for mutual consent divorce (MCD) which takes 6 months to dissolve the marriage and settle the differences before migrating to Canada. Don't pay her more than 20% of settled alimony amount before getting a decree of divorce.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

I AM BHATIA FROM MUMBAI... I HAVE ONE HANDWRITTEN WILL, (WITHOUT SIGNATURE) IN SINDHI WRITTEN BY MY FATHER . AND ALSO XEROX COPY OF TRANSLATION IN ENGLISH DULY SIGNED BY HIM. ORIGINAL MISSING. HE EXPIRED IN 2006, AND LETTER WRITTEN IN 2005. WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE FOR ATTESTATION TO BE DONE OUT OF COURT ON XEROX COPY... FOR SAFE SIDE ONLY. PLS ADVICE.
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A. a will without signature of the testator is not valid. The same shall apply for the xerox copy of the english translated Will duly signed by the testator. In case of any legal litigations, original documents needs to be furnished for authentication, which you don't have in your possession. Likewise the will has not been probated after the demise of the testator. So such will has no legs to stand in any court of law.
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I took service from movers and packers to transfer household items from Bangalore to Pune. They told me to deliver it within 3 days. But it's close to a week and I have not received my items. I am not able to reach them also and they are avoiding my call. I have already paid 90% of their service fees. It's so much of mental harassment for me. Can I do anything in this case for this kind of service providers? Thanks, Kiran
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A. all said, go by the advice of the learned counsel
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

I sold my Motorcycle through a garage person in 2013 to unknown person .As i got full money I hand over my vehicle and RC book to him. I was unaware of his malafied intentions at that time and did not ask for a sale deed. Now I came to know that vehicle is still registered on my name, he did not get it transferred. Now I am unable to trace him as contact numbers are not working and I don’t have his address detail. please help me
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A. lodge a complaint with the local police that your vehicle had been stolen. Let police find the vehicle and trace him out. Note: in a recent ruling of SC, the court held that the owner in whose name the vehicle continued to be registered even after it was sold shall be liable for compensation claims arising from any accident involving the vehicle even if it is now being owned and driven by another person.
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Sugas Shankar

Posted 5 months ago

My mother's name is written wrong in my birth certificate. What are the procedures to change it ?
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A. make an application to the municipal corporation for correction of your mother's name in your birth certificate and enclose the following documents (i) an affidavit by your mother duly attested by a Class I Magistrate (ii) copy of hospital discharge slip (iii) copy of parent's marriage certificate and (iv) change of name published in the newspaper/Government gazette in original. For any further assistance contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya.
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ROBERT D ROZARIO Exp: 15 Year(s) Kolkata
I had a mortgage loan from AU Small finance bank worth Rs.1140000/- 12 months back but due to some economical problem unable to repay the EMI and the interest was accumulated with penalty the total amount was 1232806/- till 1 dec18 but at the time of recovery the bank agreed to settle the loan at 1190000/- as full and final amount paid till 20 dec2018 to foreclose the loan account and issued the settlement letter stating same. As per the agreement I transferred the whole agreed amount of Rs. 1190000/- on 20 dec 18. But although transferring the amount the bank had not closed my account and issued a NDC till date and not responding any further. What should I do in this case ? Is their any faster way to get the account closed and get NDC ? Can I file complaint in any tribunal?
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A. write to the GRO/Ombudsman of the bank about your grievances
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Good day, I am staying in the same building as my in laws, but in a different flat. My in laws stay with their son and daughter in law. I have been noticing since quite some time that my parents in law are being tortured by their daughter in law which includes threats of suicide & filing case of dowry and attempt of rape against the father in law. Yesterday the daughter in law created scene by making cuts on her forearm with a knife. And this isn't the first time she did that. I didn't want to get involved, but I am now because now she has started threatening my wife (her sister in law). I am afraid it won't be late untill I will also be accused. I need legal advice on how to safeguard my family & myself & parents in law..
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A. First, lodge a complaint with the local police against her for criminal intimidation u/s 506 IPC (that this girl is having suicidal tendencies and you should not be held responsible in case such a thing happens and further she threatens to file false case for dowry demand etc against her in-laws). If the local police do not take your complaint as FIR, write to the SP/CP and thereafter file an application u/s 156(3) CrPC before the Magistrate and get appropriate order for registering your complaint as FIR and to conduct an investigation. This criminal case against her will definitely save you and others affected persons. This complaint should be filed jointly by all the affected persons. Secondly after filing this criminal case, her husband should file a divorce petition on the ground of cruelty for constant threats to commit suicide, abusing her in-laws, defaming and maligning their reputation. Contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya for further assistance.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 months ago

Although I was born in kerala, my entire study and college life was in Hyderabad . eventually when we approached MRO office , we were issued with domicile , place of birth and caste certificate of Hyderabad. Later on when my parents, after their retirement, got settled in kerala, one of my uncle got me a certificate of kerala . Later on we realized that it will have legal implications . What should we do? The problem is although I was born in kerala, but during my schooling the certificate issued to me was with place of birth from Hyderabad. Kindly suggest what could be done
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A. If you're a resident of Kerala and had resided for more than 10 years in the state of Kerala, then it will not be a problem. However, if you do not meet any one of the the eligibility criteria to get Residence/Domicile certificate of Kerala then it will definitely raise eyebrows from legal quarters. Better consult a local lawyer from Vidhikarya.
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