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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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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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Sourav Dey

Posted 3 months ago

Is it legal to install cctv to my tenanted premises .As my tenant is using my space for commercial purpose?What to do?

A. Dear Sir,
You are the owner of the builder and you have every right and also obligation to install such CCTV.
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Our criminal case has now already been closed by Lower District Court as "close the file" but our old anticipatory bail plea for same case is till pending in HC, should we do anything with the anticipatory bail plea now ? Since case has already been closed by Lower District Court Judge. Or anticipatory bail plea is now void since case has been closed. We checked online and there is a next hearing date for anticipatory bail plea in HC now. Please advise in detail !

A. Dear Sir,
It is better ask your advocate to file a Memo in High Court and get the case closed.
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Dear sir , I was working in an automobile company. I got placement there after college completion. There was there years of service bond condition to got that job. so i signed it. But i was not happy in the company during work. There behaviour was so rude. They were putting lot of pressure of work. Due to financial situation of home i continue to work. After one year 11 month i was so depressed and finally decide to leave the company. When i talk to them, they started threatened me about the bond that i have signed which componsation amount is one lakh. Then i leave the job and came back home. It is almost three months gone and today i got a legal letter. What should i do.

A. we need to see the terms of the contract--then we can solove
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I had booked a flat by paying a certain amount in April 2019 for purchasing a flat basis fund will be raised by selling out my old flat. A MOU was signed between builder and me stating details of transaction. In the same builder had put a clause that booking will be cancelled if entire amount of flat is not paid by July 31,2019. My old flat could not sold out during this period and hence I asked them to refund back my booking amount as am in urgent need of the same for my daughter's master study in abroad but builder is saying amount will be paid only if their earmarked flat is sold out. Pls adv

A. Dear Sir,
You just get issue a legal notice and file a suit or approach consumer forum.
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Case filed by the bank under Sec.406 408, 409 & 420. Upto 2017 I have attended all the hearings and 90% of the case has been completed. From July 2017 I could not attend the court due to health issues. Moreover I am staying in Chennai. Due to this, my case got split into two and A2 got acquitted four months back. Present status of my case shows ÇASE DISPOSED, TRANSFERRED TO ESTABLISHMENT". WILL I LOSE MY SURETY AMOUNT SINCE I AM NOT ATTENDING THE COURT. PLEASE GIVE YOUR OPINION

A. 1. you might have been declared proclaimed Offender by the trial court after forfeiting your personal bonds,
2. another FIR under section 174A might have been lodged or may ladged against you,
3. go and face the trial before it's too late
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

I filed SC ST attrocity case on a person. Now that person has accepted and realised his mistake and come for compromise. How do I take back the case,?

A. Dear client,
You filed SC/ST case against a person now you want to withdraw the same case, But you must know this will not work as this Act's offences are non-compoundable or compromisable, only option is non support of trial and before that quash by H.C. of your State. For any doubt or guidance you may have consultancy on line from here.
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Naj J

Posted 3 months ago

Is the mou ( momedurm of understanding between two parties) is legal documents to file a case against opposite party for cheating

A. Dear Sir,
Yes, it is legal to proceed and initiate civil and criminal proceedings.
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