My sister get a notice for judicial separation and than she talk with her husband and tried for suicide My sister get a notice for judicial separation and than she talk with her husband and tried for suicide

My sister get a notice for judicial separation and than she talk with her husband. next day she attempted to suiside. now she is on complete bed rest. what can she do.

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may get issue a legal notice to her husband about the consequences of such filing which amounts to cruelty and your sister can claim huge compensation for blackmailing her by filing such false case.
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Though section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act does not provide any time as to how long judicial separation can last. But section 13 of the Act provides that if there is no resumption of co-habitation between the parties ...ReadMore

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Right of grandchildren on the property gifted by grandfather to his sons Right of grandchildren on the property gifted by grandfather to his sons

My father has gifted a property & registered in my name in 2006. He died in 2009. Now I wish to sell the property. Can my children object the sale and claim right on the property.

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
It is your self acquired property and not ancestral property as such consent of your children is not required. You can self the same or gift the same to any person you wish.

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Reply positive for plaintiff Reply positive for plaintiff

If all the claims of the plaintiff in a writ petition are accepted by the defendant, how long will the next hearing and case settlement?

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A. Dear Sir,
Normally no next date will be given by the High Court. Your advocate has to advance the case and submit before the Court that all the claims of Plaintiff/Petitioner of Writ Petition are accepted as such WP may be allowed.


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I am widowed 20 years back. My father died in December 2020, can I ask my right in father's properties, which my 2 brothers have distributed among themselves.

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear Madam, You are entitled for equal share along with your brother's. you may get issue a legal notice and then file a partition suit in meanwhile file a maintenance case against them as they are supposed to maintain you till your remarriage.

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Get Marriage Certificate Get Marriage Certificate

Can I get Marriage certificate if I marry my first cousin.I am a hindu boy.

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir,
If you go as per procedure you will get marriage certificate and marriage officer least bothered about a relationship between you and your spouse and your family history.

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Illegal construction Illegal construction

I am from Delhi and and i am the 3rd generation living in our house which is not a legal construction is there any way we can authorised this construction

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
You can file a suit for adverse possession and then declaration of title. You can then approach the sub-registrar's office to have to necessary documents legitimized.
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Attacked in public Attacked in public

My relative and her husband were recently attacked in public by their neighbor and she was severely injured from it.FIR was lodged in police station but no action has been taken yet(It has been 4 days

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A. You should file application before magistrate for registration of FIR under Section 156 (3) or file a pvt criminal complaint against accused, approach any lawyer for the same
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we had a land on our grand mother name and she died on 2005 (father's mother). when she is alive, she said that land is yours .but suddenly my uncle(my father's brother) saying that her mother wrote t

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You have to file a suit for declaration and if any such Will is produced then you must say that it is a fake and concocted Will.

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Need advice on the notice sent by husband Need advice on the notice sent by husband

Hi I am married woman with 6 year old son.Husbsnd used me financially and deserted me and son for more than a year..now he has sent some notice .need advice on that

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir,
You have to protest such scrupulous notices and try to file multiple cases against him as all laws are in favour of married women thus you can bring him under your control

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My tenant has not paid rent for last six months. He went to his native in November and I have been unable to contact him since then. He is not responding to my calls. His belongings are still inside t

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may approach nearest police station and under their guidance you may vacate such premises and dump all such belongings in a room or get auctioned and recover your arrears of rent.

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