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How to take my son back from her

A. Dear client,
You should 1stly, lodge a FIR at your nearest thana, No matter even if you might be knowing where has she gone. 2ndly, if she is traced out try to motivate amicably if not ready to come back, then only file u/ s 9 Restitution of Conjugal Rights at Family court.
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I purchased a house property through E-Auction on 14.12.2017 for lakhs. Bank took the physical on 01.03.2019 the house was sealed by the bank. within 4 days somebody occupied the house by illegal trespass. Bank did not take any action even after we informed about the trespass. Bank gave complaint to police. I have sent a legal notice on 14.09.2019. in reply notice bank informed me stating that karuppana raja and his wife break open the house. I went to bank and manager showed me a CSR copy issued by the police in which it had been stated that the house has been illegally occupied by some unidentified anti-social elements. But in the reply notice sent by the bank to my legal notice, the bank had stated that the house was illegally squatted by karuppana raja and his wife by break open the house which is controversial to their complaint given to police as per the CSR copy, in which it is stated that the house was break open and occupied by some unidentified antisocial elements. . I understand that FIR was not filed against the illegal occupants so far. By my own resources I came to know that with the help of the bank manager only karuppana raja and his wife occupied the house. Bank is not ready to give my money Rs. 59.75 lakhs nor the house. Please advise the legal remedy.

A. Dear Sir,
Approach a Civil Court or Banking Ombudsman.
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Sanjay Kumar Jha
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My current company asked me to "let go" and mentioned to leave company by end of Jan. They also said I will be paid 3 months compensation in lieu of Notice period by end of Feb. Just wanted to know legally, in how much time, I should get the disbursement of above mentioned compensation (in lieu)?

A. Dear Sir,
It is legal you can go ahead.
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We purchased equipment(3D Printer cost of 4200000) from Germany with Indian Distributor paying them 100% Advance and we received material but every 15 days equipment breakdown through some issues. Local engineer they are not able to solve and finally from germany the technician has come and dint identify the problem or any remedy to that issue. we requested to take back that system and refund tha amount or replace the new machine. they are dragging and trying to solve with this euipment only. finally,, we want to proceed legally. My doubt is we need to go to a consumer court or the other. we are using the printer for commercial dental lab. can anyone suggest pls

A. Dear Sir,
You have to file a civil suit.
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I got placed in Cognizant Company in jan 2019 but still didn't get my call letter. Is it ok to send legal notice to that company?

A. Dear Sir,
You are inviting trouble and you are appointment may be cancelled so better to wait for sixty more days.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

Threat by icici bank to file criminal case under section 138

A. Dear Sir,
Yes, it has every power to file such cases but you may approach High Court to get a stay under Section 482 of Cr.P.C.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

My husband is a lawyer and we got married in sep’18. Mine is a single parent and told my husband that I will look after her after marriage. Issue is in laws stay apart but very dominating and interfering. MIL demand dowry through husband. he kicked me, baby and my mother out of the day after 7 days of delivery. Continuously mentally tortures me and having whatsapp messages as proof of all. I dontwant divorce but want to warn him through women cell. If i file complaint then can he file divorce later? Are my in laws considered as culprits? Do I get the money and gold back which my parents gave in my marriage?

A. Please connect to any lawyer. You can file a case u/s498A section 125 and other section as per your case requirment.
First do the complaint in police station

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dr. arundhathi. s

Posted 1 month ago

i was assistant professor in an autonomous institute under family and health, govt of karnatka. through proper channel i got selected as associate professor in AIIMS under PMSSY. i quit the job through technical resignation. my probatin is not yet declared in AIIMS and i want to go back tomy previous institute, can i go back and how

A. Dera Client,
Once you quit your govt. Job for the reasons as stated hereby you. Now, you want again to rejoin there , then you must have to go through the rules and provisions of that collage for rejoining, if such supports your circumstances or if there had been appointment in the similar situation, and you may provide with references, then you may file writ at H C.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

We would like to know if the Employment Letter printed and duly signed on Company Letter Head can be considered valid in case of any dispute? Also, in case if any employee leaves office without completing the notice period and other formalities, can the company hold his salary?

A. dear client, company letterhead is sufficient proof for an appointment. the company can not hold a salary more than a month for employees leaves.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

I was working in an organization where a guy threatened me and complained against him in police station which I took back after his written apology. Then I resigned from the organization and now the company is not clearing the FNF

A. Dear Sir,
You can get issue a legal notice and if not pay even then you can approach a civil Court by filing suit for recovery of all the dues with interest and costs.

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