My friend had beaten a Sub Registrar using his hands and legs, also pushed a couple of people who tried to stop. Under what sections can this case fall? Is it non-bailable? Also, the other party is s
A. Dear Sir,
Yes, it is non bailable if Section 307 is included. Moreso, the judges and judiciary always see such offence as serious offence and may deny bail. However, get anticipatory bail before hand that is before arrest from Sessions Court or High Court.
Me and builder(not registered one but the one in our village like mason ) have written an agreement on plain paper to complete my home walls and plaster work for 165000 ,he have taken entire money but
My parents have registered our house on my brother name. Now, is there a way for me to claim property rights? I’m a single female.
A. Dear Sir,
If your parents are not alive then you can file a partition suit saying that your parents denied your share as your brother misled them etc.
1.I have filed restitution of conjugal rights & decree is due by end of month. My wife has transferred 26Lakhs(life time savings) from my account to her account using mandate & left my house along wit
A. Dear Sir,
Rs.26 Lakhs taken by her without permission will be considered towards her alimony and educational expenses of your children if you seek for divorce. To lay a foundation you may file a complaint with police under Section 406 of IPC in respect of above amount.
406. Punishment for criminal breach of trust.—Whoever commits criminal breach of trust shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may ...ReadMore
My wife left my home 1 year back after fights, after going to her parents home she along with her parent is framing false charges of physical assault, domestic violance and one sidedly blaming my pare
A. It's better to compromise with her and ask her to withdraw the cases she filed against you. If her parents do visit and interfere in your marriage life then in such a situation at the time of compromise you can keep the strict condition to disallow her parents to your home.
In the first point whatever you suggest, you can keep it as your condition. Regarding second point you can do whatever betteer for your side
My wife is not staying with me from last 9 months.. she is in contact with my friend. She mentioned in messages that she is tracking my phone and calls and location. Also she has written that she will
A. Dear Sir,
You can file contested divorce as follows and get it decreed ex-parte.
How To Get A Divorce In India
There are different laws of divorce for different religion. Hindus(which includes Sikh, Jain, Budh) are governed by Hindu Marriage Act,1955.Christians are governed by Indian Divorce Act-1869 & The Indian Christian Marriage Act,1872.Muslims are governed by Personnel laws of Divorce and also the Dissolution of Marriage Act,1939 &The Muslim Women(Protection of Rights on Divorce) ...ReadMore
What are the legal consequences i am going to face if i suddenly run away from my husband and everyone without giving an information of my whereabouts and anything i don't want to live with him .. it
A. Dear Madam,
A missing complaint will be lodged by your parents or husband. Then Police may trace you out and ask you whether would like to reside with your parents or husband and on your choice you will be let go. But, if you are residing in somebody’s residence they may be charged saying that they kidnapped you.
i got the call from crime branch is has clips of whatup chat we just with her last year but i cant met them i got the call today that person told me u r inc rage that lady he asking me for money pls
You can file a complaint to senior officers or Anti-Corruption Buero. You are not required to pay any amount. If you pay the amount, there are chances to ask for money again in the future by intimidating you. So it's better to handle it legally.
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Sir meri shadi ko 3 Saal ho gy aur mere husband k 5 ldkiyo s affairs h ek k sath sexual relationship bi h aur Dr ki report k according vo baap bi bn skte aur na hi hmare sexual relationship thik h Me
A. Hi, I'm sorry to hear this.
Your first step should be to file for a divorce / judicial separation if you don't want a divorce. Adultery by husband is a valid ground for divorce. Since it is very hard to obtain direct evidence in a case pertaining to a cheating on a spouse, circumstantial evidence is sufficient.
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Victim and I have given each other a hand written letter before filing FIR, that we knew each other and we used to talk to each other but now we dont want to continue. After that I stopped any sort of
yes, you can use this to support your claim. The letter can show that the relation you shared was cordial and the video footage from the CCTV may be used to support your claim that the case in hand was thought before hand and is a preplanned attempt. you can submit this as video evidence to the court.
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