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Hi.I worked in a company from 01-04-2017 to 06-08- 2018. For Financial year 2017-18 Company deducted TDS on my salary but didn't deposit it to the government, hence not issuing 'Form 16'. My 'Form 26 AS' also has no TDS credit for FY 17-18.I have pay slips as a proof that company had deducted TDS .At present I am not working in the company . so I want to know what is the legal remedy I have to recover from them so that I can file the IT return and I don't get demand notice from income tax department.

A. Dear Client,
You need to know the following:
TDS deducted but not deposited:
As it may happen, your employer may have deducted the tax from your salary but has failed to deposit the same against your PAN with the government. ... However, the tax deducted during the year (as shown in the TDS certificate) must also reflect in the department's record in Form 26AS.
What happens if TDS is not deposited by Employer?
No demand on taxpayer if TDS deducted but not deposited by deductor. When your employe ...ReadMore
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Ram Pandey

Posted 11 months ago

I request you to inform me how many days do it generally take for admission hearing of PIL once it is submitted at the High Court counter?

A. Dear client, depends on how quickly dispose off the objections raised by the High court and matter of PIL. For details,pl.contact some advocate through vidhikarya.com
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Hi, Namaskaram, I represent a registered Trust which has some 10 acres of land. Prior me, my father was managing the activities of the trust and during his tenure as a member of Trustee, he executed a gift deed 0f 7 acres of land to Tirumala Tirupathi Devastanams upon the resolution passed by the other trustee's. There was some objection raised by locals during this transaction and it took 3 years to sort it out and now the objection is resolved. My father, who executed the gift deed in favor of T.T.D expired last year. Now T.T.D requested the Trust to registered the revised gift deed as the earlier gift deed is acceptable subsequent to the death of the donor as it is not valid in law. My question: The earlier gift deed execution is done by my father as a representation to the Trust and upon the resolution passed by the Trustee members. The Trust still exists and elected me to my father's role. Should we really required to re execute the revised gift deed as requested by T.T.D or is there any law that can help us to go ahead with the earlier registered gift deed. Thank you

A. Dear Client,
The law requires acceptance of the gift after its execution, though the deed may not be registered. ... A gift of immovable property, which is not registered, is bad in law and cannot pass any title to the donee. Documents should be stamped and registered as required, and attested by two witnesses.
Gift of immovable property: In case of gifting of immovable property (i.e., land or building), the recipient would be required to pay income tax if the stamp duty value of the property ex ...ReadMore
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Posted 11 months ago

My house is under construction for which building material is kept in front of my main gate outside the campus. On the basis of a fake complaint some person from municipality visited my house and forcefully asked to remove the building material within 24 hrs. I told them its in front of my campus and construction is going on but they didnt given any notice in written and asked to remove forcefully in 24 hrs. Pls suggest what to do as it is not possible to remove within 24 hrs . They threatened to seize the material without any notice

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Posted 11 months ago

I am in requirement of a legal heir certificate. Let me know what's the procedure?

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Death Certificate is a prerequisite to get the legal heir Certificate which is to be issued to you by competent Authority on the basis of which you can claim and settle issues related to you, your case, your property even for production of Succession certificate and change of land records. etc.Hnce, it is a very important document.
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I am planning to buy a property. It has a loan from the bank so the property title deeds are with the bank. Can I complete the registration first so that my (buyers)bank can repay the sellers banks loan and collect the title deeds. Is it possible to register a mortgaged property ? We (buyers) have applied for a loan but the bank needs the property to be registered first before they clear the sellers loan.

A. Dear Client, if you may want to purchase the property with earlier mortgage loan then that loan should be discharge and this should be mentioned in the sale deed. You should pay the balance amount to the vendor and You will get the title to the property subject to mortgage loan.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

Dear sir I have taken master franchise for some vada pav concept and the company is not renewaling the agreement and not paying commission properly and creating lots of problem and not sending the materials in time and not responding the calls or mails properly plz give your advice

A. Dear client kindly send them legal notice through lawyer
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I am hearing impaired disable person i want to file my case at Chennai family court? I have spine operation thats why i am unable to attain court procedding personally? How can my statement recorded in court? POA holder or attorney from legal aid cell?

A. along with proof of medical certificate submit to the court, court may consider your request
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We got married in Jul, 2017 My age (31) wife (30) this was an arrange marriage. We are based in Mumbai but I'm working in Chennai from last 5 years. She has younger brother and father who works in a small firm and house wife mother. Before marriage we had come to an understanding that no kids for at least 2 years meanwhile we spend good time together save money and get our own house in Chennai. In all our conversations from our engagement time till November 2017 I've always realised She's bit immatured and cannot take ANY decisions on her own and she's very introvert. She's always depended on her mother for any small decision in her life. After marriage we moved to Chennai and started having small misunderstandings She's become more dominating and tried to implement whatever her mother says. Her mother dominates her entire family nobody dares to speak against her not even her father. So she wanted her daughter(my wife) to do the same and make me dance to her tunes but I'm completely against her wishes which annoyed her and her mother. As this continued for certain time she decided to go back to her Maternal home (Mumbai) and she closed all communications with me after she reached there. My family arranged couple of meetings with her family and few well wishers to sort out these issues everybody understood that her mother is the real culprit behind all her wrong behaviour Now MY Wife is refusing to come back so I sent a normal notice through my lawyer (NOT court) to come back and lead a normal marriage life. In reply to my letter she sent a notice through her lawyer (NOT court) quoted with baseless allegations like dowry & sexual harrasment and we forcefully thrown her out from my home (all are baseless allegations) I didn't respond to her notice which has all false allegations So wanted your help on below questions 1) Sending (RCR) Restitution of Conjugal Rights (Through Court) is the best option or filing Divorce ? If I file RCR, Can she file Domestic Voilence meanwhile without any concrete proof ? 2) Will her lawyer charge any money to come to court after I file RCR ? what exact charges ? (Apprximate charges ??) 3) While RCR is going on can she ask for interim maintainence ? 4) If she denies to comeback after court counselling through RCR what are the next steps ? Any Grace period given to her ? and when can I file for divorce ? 5) If she comes back can I get an approval from court to install CCTV @ my home in Hall (to avoid future problems) ? 6) If I file for Divorce after how long she can ask for interim maintainence ? 7) If I file for Divorce and after counselling if she asks for reconcilation and she repeats same things again can I file for Divorce again 8) If she refuses for Divorce petition can I take petition back and can court order her to come back and stay with me, if yes after what time duration she's supposed to come - The reason I'm thinking of RCR is I don't want to pay interim maintainence (I can pay lumpsum / total money in the final agreement) My questions maybe confusing whether I want this marriage or not ?? But I'm decided that I don't want to stay with her any more, just to clarify whether I should go for RCR or divorce? if she & her family pleads to take her back then I may give it a thought As her family is very cunning I want to ensure my moves are more accurate and prepared for everything. We are not in talking terms since Nov 2017 & as far as I know she doesn't want to come back but if I initiate and file for divorce she may play smart. Thanking you in advnace for taking your time out and guiding me in proceeding further in my case Regards, Nani

A. you can send the legal notice and submit application for divorce, as per your request insteed of paying monthly maintenance you can pay lump sum also it is applicable in process of law. contact me through vidhikarya it case will sorted out easily
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