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I have two children ,female 9 yrs and male 8 years.From the beginning my spouse is not a responsible person.And the compatibility is very low between us . As my marriage held in my early age ,so i don't have maturity to decide and object in those days(2005). Now I am in confusion that if I separate from my spouse ,what are all the problems that me and my children have to face in future.I lost my patience and I am not able to continue with him .He is not taking my responsibility since years and not staying with us.my question is what are the positives and negatives.please help me to decide .
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A. It will be a tough task to take a decision in thiis juncture. I advise you to take a wise decision in this point. There are many negatives and positives for you and your children, if you are planning to go for divorce. As per law you are having ampleright for getting maintainence from your husband if you are not employed. But you and your childrens have every right to get maintainence , alimony,share in the property. You can very well discuss the matter with your husband with the help of counsellor or mediators to get advice if necessary. You have to look at the future of your children and overlook of the society while taking the decision. If you are planning to go for divorce and if your husband is also willing you can file a divorce by mutual consent. I here by advice you to talk to your husband and tell him about him about the defects and how it can be solved by discussing between you and your husband for making your family to have a bright future and to live in harmony and peace. You can also get assistance from a psycholigist for settling the same or consult a family court advocate from Vidhkarya.
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Priyanka Ghose

Posted 9 months ago

Sir , My pre -marriage title was "Paul " and at present , post - marriage title is "Ghose ". My Post -marriage title "Ghose " is recorded in my Aadhaar Card , PAN Card and Epic Card but my maiden title is recorded in all of my educational certificates . Now , I wish to use my post -marriage /husband"s title "Ghose", in the Govt. Job application . How can it be possible ? Please , give me advice .
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A. You have to take neccesary steps for changing your name by filing affidavits,paper publication and government gazette notification ,by filing proper application before the concern authority by the support of your marriage certificate. It differs from state to state .It will be a tough task and time consuming for you to get it completed. Contact advocates from Vidhikarya.
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Anirudh Singh

Posted 9 months ago

Can I sell wine online? And it is legal or not
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A. No, you are not supposed to sell wine without getting adequate licence from the concern authority and you are not permitted to give any advertisement for the sale of alcoholic substances like wine. Any act done by any person without proper license will be subjected to legal criminal proceedings by the concerned state government.
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
Hi, I have a Food Truck and I wanted to Understand if I rent a plot and park my food truck on the plot and sell, will there be any objection from the government?
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A. You can contact the concerned panchayat/ muncipality/corporation for taking proper licence for using the plot if it is ment for commercial activity by paying the prescribe fees. The question is not clear whether the rented plot is a commercial one or not. You are also liable to pay GST if applicable.
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Anonymous

Posted 9 months ago

Hi, Recently our meter in the house has been found to be tempared and it's was done by local electrician hired by my father. Now, electricity department has fined us rs. 2,19,000 which we have paid and now legal proceeding is going on. I need an advise as on if the fines imposed was correct and if the legal proceeding going on is correct and also what is the correct proceedings. Regards, Manish
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A. The act of theft of electricity is an criminal offence in every state and it also has civil liability. Contact advocates from Vidhikarya to discuss the matter in detail. You can contact Permanent Lok Adalath in your state.
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
Im staying in a rented 2BHK accommodation which is a 3 storey building. On the ground floor my landlord lives who are married couple of early 550s. We rented the property in May 2017 last year and the rent agreement was renewed in April 2018. As per the rent agreement the notice period is of one month. I told my landlord that I'm buying a new house so I would be using rent agreement to show where I currently live and provide all my permanent documents to the SBI bank. He got agitated and asked to to vacate the house next day saying that we have a function in November so you should vacate by 31st October. I told them that Im in process of applying home loan and post that I should get the possession by mid September and renovation by November end so Im not in a position to vacate before that. I k ow for sure that there is no function in their family because his son and daughter are married and both are living outside. Now they are saying that his son will move on the first floor so I need to vacate. We had an argument nd now they are saying that I need to vacate by 15th September and also sent me an SMS to document the same. The first notice was verbal to vacate by October and 2nd notice is to vacate by next month through SMS. I again told them I won't be able to vacate before my home is ready and I'm trying level best to get is done asap. Next they went to SBI home loan branch to check what documents I have submitted and when they denied to show the docs they created a scene in the brach. I came to k ow about it and confronted why you want to see my personal doc so they said we can and argued that I need to vacate by next month. When SBI home loan verification officer came to check the residence address the landlord told him that they don't live here due to which my verification got negative. Next they also sent one police officer to the SBI branch and he said I need to check the papers and the branch manager showed the police officer my personal docs. All this is creating mental Harrasment and I'm not sure what are my rights in this matter. Please help.
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A. It is not stated whether there is any other issues between landlord and tenant.But the landlord cannot vaccate the tenant without the due process of law.Firstly send alegal notice and then file a suit for injunction in the civil court and also initiate criminal proceedings against him by filing a complaint in the concerned police station
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Anonymous

Posted 9 months ago

If any objections raised by one of the legal heir while processing for succession certificate. Then What is the procedure ? Is any ancestral property issue can be clubbed while giving objection to succession certificate. Maximum how much time is taken by court to grant succession certificate if spite of continuous objections raised and answered?
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A. The time taken for completion of procedure differs from honourable courts.The procedure is by giving evidence by filing affidavits or chief examination and crossexaminationand then honourable court will post thesame for hearing and will give its judgement
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
I was purchasing goods from one party in Surat, cleared all their bill but they by raising fake bills threatened me to harm. I filed a injuction suit in Delhi courts. Now they are threatening me that they will file a civil suit for payment recovery in Surat. Now my question is that when one case between sane parties regarding same matter is already going on in Delhi courts in., Injuction suit filed by me , Can they file a new civil suit in Surat for recovery of their payments??
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A. Once a suit is filed between the parties on a particular issue and the suit is pending then a new case on the same subject matter cannot be filed in any other courts. AND if filed the details of the case first filed can be intimated to the court AND THE COURT MAY PASS APROPRIATE ORDERS.BUT THE FIRST CASE HAS TO BE FILED IN APPROPRIATE COURT HAVING JURISDICTION
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam
How can I file a suit in consumer forum against the second party.
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A. Though there is no statement in the question to show that whether the matter can be filed in consumer court or not.The procedure for filing a complaint in a consumer court can be done in a specific format by paying prescribed fees as stated in the consumer protection act according to the valuation. You can contact the superidentent of the consumer protection forum for neccessary assistance or can contact advocates from Vidhikarya
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SUMSON .T.S Exp: 14 Year(s) Ernakulam

Arpita Pratyush

Posted 9 months ago

My friend got married in January, 2015. The couple shares a bitter relationship with the bride- Rani, always threatening to file a dowry and assault case. Ultimately she has registered an FIR alleging the same. According to plea, Loki's family had gone to rani' house on 8th July, 2018 and abused Rani and her family both physically and verbally. She has named her husband (Loki), father in law (S K), mother in law (Rajo) and one of the brothers in law (Ajit) (since he has a government job). The family is seeking anticipatory bail. Unfortunately there are not many evidences to prove what a person was doing on a Sunday (how do you prove one was sleeping at his house). The family had filed the first petition for bail for S K and ajit. It was rejected in the lower court. Ultimately the high court granted bail to SK since he attended a meeting on the said date and produced papers of the same. However, ajit stayed at home on Sunday and has no such proof and his bail petition was rejected. Kindly guide what to do now. We've little time considering constraints if govt jobs
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A. It is not clear as to which sections of the indian penal code or domestic violence act is charged by the police but the case regarding dowry is an important legal issue. It is the discretion of the concern court whether to grant bail or not. If one of the accused is granted bail then there are chances of getting bail. It is adviced to settle the matter at the earliest if possible as the matter is time consuming case.
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