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Anonymous

Posted 2 months ago

My future husband's younger brother's wife is always negatively commenting on my looks. And ours is going to be intercaste marriage and I am not going to change ny caste or name. so she has problem with that too. What legal action can I take against her?

A. Dear client,
You have not married yet , "as you said your future husband", hence you can not take any legal action against her, also when will marry him then if she continues with same behavior then this matter would be family issue which may shorted out cooly and calmly no need to take legal action.
But if you are SC/ ST and then for that if you re demoralized and abused and if happens beyond uncontrollable then talk to your husband , even if she does not stops her behaviour then in last you ma ...ReadMore
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Accused was granted Anticipatory Bail by Delhi High Court in IPC 376 case and appeared for investigation by Police. Thereafter, Police filed charge sheet and accused has been appearing in all the court hearings till date. Accused got executed bail bond from MM court but didn’t file an Application for Regular Bail at the court of MM. Now, the case is in Sessions Court and accused filed an Application for Regular Bail u/s 439 CrPC, while accused has never been into Jail. Now, sessions court is confused on the below aspect: a) How to grant regular bail when the accused is already out of custody. b) Whether to accept the application filed u/s 439 to grant accused regular bail or not? Please advise. c) Anticipatory Bail granted by Delhi High Court stands valid till the conclusion of the case Or is it valid only till the chargesheet is filed by the Police?

A. Session Court has to cancel Anticipatory Bail after a petition by Police. Session court or HC can do this. Once this is done, Police can arrest. After Arrest, he can get Bail !!
Without Arrest, no requirement of 439. so Application is not even required
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My sister-in-law always say to my brother to stay away from my parents She would have spoken if he would not live with her in a different place. She will commit suicide in front of all my neighbour and she says that she will trap everyone of my family members She falsly accused to my mother that she used to beat her. We had recording of her saying that she will falsly trap all my family member Last week we called her father to talk about her but she said to her father secretly that trap us And her father comes with cops and they are saying that we kidnapped her daughter from the last 5 months At that day she went with her father by taking both children Now its 6.5 years of marriage of my brother is completed but we don't want that womens in our house Please suggest what case we cam file now and we want that children too

A. Dear Sir/Madam,
Get record her suicide threats and file criminal case against her.
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

Sir / Madam, Already i had applied for divorce...and went to mediation.. there husband agreed will take care all the responsibility..will not harass and compromised (re-union) and signed for the agreement.stayed with me for 3 months and again started hitting me and sexual harrassing...me..owner asked us to vacate the house and i am staying in moms place..he is torturing me sending sms...and i will not leave you..you should come to court with your daughter..every week you should call and come my daughter to court...like that he is threatening me. and i not financial strong.. please suggest me what can i do how many years it may take to decide.

A. Dear Madam,
You can again approach the Court by Domestic Violence case seeking following reliefs.
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PRAYER
HENCE THE APPLICANT HUMBLY PRAYS
1. to take cognizance for the offence punishable u/s 498A IPC and punish Respondent1 to 3 as per law and extend police protection to the deponent,
2. Pass orders u/s 19, based upon S.17, granting separate residence for herself and her three children at a monthly rent of Rs. ...ReadMore
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Varun  Vij
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Sanjay Kumar Jha
Sanjay Kumar Jha Experience: 18 Year(s) Patna
Sir, i married a boy in last year 14th November 2018 when i was in love with that boy. Now i realized as that boy is fraud and he is blackmailing to come with him. In that so called marriage process he just tied mangalsutra to me by standing in-front of god. No other rituals are happen there. and then we went to our homes separately. he has that video and few photos. Is that marriage valid or not? to make that not valid do i have to file case in court? if so when i have to file annulment of marriage before or after november 14 2019 ?

A. Yes you can file petition for annulment of marriage u/sec 12 depends on circumstances ,however saptapadi is not performed and no rituals have been performed as per sec 7,8 of HM Act

The grounds for a marriage annulment may vary according to the different legal jurisdictions, but are generally limited to fraud, bigamy, blood relationship and mental incompetence including the following:
1) Either spouse was already married to someone else at the time of the marriage in question;
2) Either spous ...ReadMore
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Shreyash  Mohta
Shreyash Mohta Experience: 2 Year(s) Kolkata
Sanjay Kumar Jha
Sanjay Kumar Jha Experience: 18 Year(s) Patna
I am relationship with a my girlfriend from past 5 years and we both wants to marry. But my parents forced my marriage, including the girl's family members. The girl's family beat me up and I was afraid that those people would not kill me, so I kept doing as they said. Despite being aware of my relationship with my girlfriend, the girl's family members forced me to marry their daughter. I have been married 5 months The girl lives in her mother's house only. But I met him 2 times in these 5 months because my mother health was bad those days and she was emotionally blackmailing me. Just for my mother's happiness I went . But I don’t have any physical relation with this girl(my family choice). I want to know can I file an invalid or void marriage case now also?

A. Dear sir/madam
You can file but you cannot succeed as you yourself deserted her saying that your mother health is not good.
It is better to continue the marriage or she may file multiple cases and put you behind the bars.
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ravindra reddy

Posted 3 months ago

hello sir am ravindra i took some loan of 1lak from other person and from last two months am not able to pay intrerest due to finance problem and on this month they drop cheque of mine in bank without informing me so next what steps i have to take plz give me a suggestion

A. Dear Sir,
You may follow the following procedure.
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Cheque bounce FAQs Negotiable Instruments Act
1A. Amended Cheque Bounce Provisions- 143A & 148…what is it?
Ans: Section 143A- It empowers the Court to order the drawer of the cheque to pay Interim Compensation - 20% - Without depositing this amount the accused cannot defend the case.
Section 148 – It empowers the Appellate Court to order payment pending the appeal agai ...ReadMore
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pankaj srivastava

Posted 3 months ago

dear sir, wife deserted husband for last 15 years.both are in govt. service .wife neglected all customs,ceremonies, even at the time of death of her father in law and mother in law,she did not come however husband made many efforts for her coming.now husband wants to file divorce case not rcr.can he get divorce on the basis of desertion? please advise.

A. Dear Client,
Yes, You can file for Divorce under following sections:-
Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 - Divorce and Grounds of Divorce.
Section 13 (1) Any marriage solemnized, whether before or after the commencement of the Act, may, on a petition presented by either the husband or the wife, be dissolved by a decree of divorce on the ground that the other party-
(ia) has, after the solemnization of the marriage, treated the petitioner with cruelty; or

(ib) has deserted the petitioner ...ReadMore
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

Hi sir, I want to know if a person is earning 75,000/- per month then how much a court decides alimony at the time of divorce. I m 29 yrs and have a 2 yrs old son. Plz advice ... alimony calculation of judge as per law.

A. Dear Client,
There is nothing as such defined percentage for fixing alimony, however, generally court fix according to living standard and liabilities e.g., if any child as yours, hence in your case should be mini. ₹15000/- to maxi ₹25000/-, if his other liabilities are therefrom his family members, then amount may decrease.
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Rameshwar  Dadhe
Rameshwar Dadhe Experience: 4 Year(s) Aurangabad
J S  Pawar
J S Pawar Experience: 4 Year(s) Mumbai
If University shut down or closed by ugc then how can I verify my degree such University. Is there any problem in govt job such University's that are closed by ugc. How can student get govt job. Is it difficulty to get govt job graduated by such University's.

A. Dear Sir,
If your University is closed then you cannot use such certificate for getting job.
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