How to handle DV case when 2 of OPs are residing outside state How to handle DV case when 2 of OPs are residing outside state

My brother's wife has filed a dv case in my home state. She has laccused all family members, where as I and my wife are permanently living in another state for last 15 years. How to deal with this?

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A. You just have to file your reply in the court that you have never shared joint house hold with the complainant and are living in some other state and then get your names removed from the case. Its very easy.

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Rajinder Pal  Singh

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Children right on father inherited property Children right on father inherited property

Hi, I inherited property from my father's self acquired property by will. I have 4 childrens and i would like to give my entire inherited property to one of my children, but other 3 childrens are obje

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A. The property in your hand is an ancestral property and all of your sons, daughters have equal share in the same property. Although, ancestral property can be transferred by executing a will, but the same can be a subject to challenge before court.

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Regarding Bail Application in section ipc 420,379,411 Regarding Bail Application in section ipc 420,379,411

My friend is in judicial custody from more than 60 days. His bail application is pending at High Court. Chargrsheet has not been submitted till now. Can we file bail application at session Court als

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A. u can get bail for your friend immediately even before the charge sheet comes.. More details require for perfect opinion.

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DIYAVARHUSSAIN  SHAIK

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Properry Properry

My father is 85 years ,his mental condition not proper.some bad persons are trying to take properties by cheating him on my absence as I am out home due to my job.so how to protect my property.

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A. As u said your father metal condition is not proper. Get a certificate which can shows that your father is not in a state to do any transaction.
* Keep all the originals with you.
* file a complaint with the police

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DIYAVARHUSSAIN  SHAIK

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Will after settlement Will after settlement

My father made a settlement deed in 2002 for a property giving 50% of undivided portion to me, 25 % to one sister and another 25% to another sister. But in 2008 he made a will partitioning above prope

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A. Law with respect to settlement deed is altogether different from laws of will. They operate differently in different situations. History of property and title documents in hands plays pivotal role in deciding the preposition in hand. Thanks

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Deliberate delay in filing Deliberate delay in filing

1. What should be done if the husband is deliberately delaying the process of mutual divorce for months? 2. Can mutual divorce filing be done without the presence of both the spouses, with just their

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A. You can very well serve a legal notice to your spouse, mentioning all the details of undertakings and terms of settlement with him. Sum up / conclude your legal notice with a stern warning to initiate punitive legal course against him. Wait for his reply as per time in notice. Then take advised legal action.

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Pradeep  Naik

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Domestic Violance and Dowry Domestic Violance and Dowry

Domestic Violance, Dowry and Thretening

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A. Domestic violence dowry threatening can be dealt with by taking apposite legal recourse. A timely intimation to local police and court would be of great help.

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Rajinder Pal  Singh

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