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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 10 months ago

In high court what time interval Is given between the two hearing
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A. Dear Sir, No prcise time limit can be stated. It all depends on various circumstances and other factors. They all play a role.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
hi, my husband married again without our divorce,he has a son now how to proff his second mrg with that childs birth certificate where i ll get.
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A. Dear Mam, You file a case on him on adultery and bigamy. Also file a petition before court praying for the DNA test of the child to be conducted if he refrains from accepting the parentage of the child.
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Navatheja Chanda

Posted 10 months ago

A person borrowed some money frome me he gave a cheque and will be paid in certain time.Im not received the money. I was produced the cheque to bank. Bank give us a memo which reason qouted that insufficient funds in his account.I given notice regarding cheque bounce. Still not received the money within 15 days he is not lifting the mobile Please guide me what action should i taken.
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A. Dear Navatheja, Please proceed to file case against him for cheque bounce. You will get your money back.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
Girls family did hide that she is having medicine for mental illness eventhough treatment started 2 yesrs before marriage. Marriage had happend in july 2015 and she started treatment for mental illness from 2013 april. Husband and family got to know about her illness after marriage only. Her condition is, she cannot complete any task without help. Mother has to give her intruction one after the other to complete a simple house hold work too. She doesn't have any attachment with her husband as she doen't have any feeling towards him. Husbands family asked for divorce due to these reasons, but her family is not willing to give a mutual consent for divorce. I am asking on behalf of husbands family and i would like to know what are the complications that we can expect if we file a case for divorce. We have proof for she having medicine from 2 years before marriage and proof for girls family didn't reveal about her illness to husbands family before marriage. Please let me know if it is easy to get a divorce with these proofs.
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, You dont need to pray for mutual consent divorce before the family of the girl. On a high level it can be stated that you are eligible for getting divorce, if you can prove the depth of the illness i.e. to say that she is so graviously infected with the dissease that she is not fit for the marital tie. What do you mean to convey from she does not have feelings for her husband? Does she refuse to co-habit with her husband. You can consult for any further advice in this regard.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata

Anonymous

Posted 10 months ago

I was participated in a e auction of property of canara bank on 06.02.2018 (EMD). I was successful bidder (single bidder) of that immovable property and paid full bid by 30.04.2018. I received sale certificate from the bank on 02.05.2018 (not registered). Now the borrower filed writ petition in AP High court hyderabad for stay of proceedings of sarfaesi and CM order of physical possession of property. Background of case: The borrower had received finacial facility from the bank in the year 2014. He made default in payment in the mid of year 2016. The bank had declared account as NPA and issued demand notice of 60 days on 29.04.2017 to pay outstanding dues as per rule 13(2) security enforcement rules 2002. After that no representation received from borrower. After that the bank had issued on 16.10.2017 for symbolic possession of property rule 13(4) of security enforcement rules. There after bank has issued sale notice on 29.12.2017 to borrower and publication in news papers in 05.01.2018 for conducting e auction on 06.02.2018. The borrower immediately filed a stay petition in DRT on 31.01.2018 to stop sale proceedings. THEN DRT issued order to pay 15% in 15 days and another 15% in 15 days to stay the confirmatio of sale. The borrower has not paid any amount as per order and after 30 days order automaticly vacated. The bank has also got the CMM order to tookover the physical possesion of property on 26.04.2018. Now the borrower has filed writ petition in high court to stay the sale proceedings and CMm order on 24.05.2018. what are the ways available to auction purchaser
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, Your matter requires a lot of technical queries to be answered and relevant provisons of LAW to be looked in to. Request you to please take a consultation for an advice.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
am being mentally torched by my in laws / husband since last 10 years. conditions become more worst now, i have m girl child age 9 yrs. but they do not agree to send her with me anywhere even in my parents home. they also misbehave with her a lot of times in front of my eye. washed her brain in absence of me as i m working women. i want to get rid of them and also want my child get rid of them bcoz they would be harmful for her future. my brother in law a drunk man. my girl is not safe. pls guide me i m at my parents home but my child is with them right now they r not sending my child with me. one more thing i want to give u that my father in law is a property dealer and make sale / purchase of land in my name since marriage and make profit. one of the land court case is pending in court in my name bcoz they make some fraud with purchaser and they file a case against my name. they use my only to sign the papers for make profit on land for them. i am from a Brahman hindu family
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A. Dear Mam, You can file a case for divorce on grounds of pain and suffering, domestic violence etc. You can file for custody of child as well.
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Anonymous

Posted 10 months ago

Dear Sir, My wife has three brothers, her elder brother was adopted by her grandfater (Father's father) my wife doesnt have any clue whether they have adopted legally by doing registration There is a property belogs to her grandfather (Who's is no more) now the question is whether she can claim her share in grandfathers property or not . Another clarification is my wife's & father & mother are also no more, some property is in thier names as well now can she claim share in property along with brothers. Belongs to Hindu family Rgds SM
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A. Dear Sir, There are many ways to confirm the adoption. Some of them are: 1. The school certificate. 2. Govt. id documents. If adoption can be established, then the property can be claimed. Please consult for further advice in this regard.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
I m Shilpa shree 34 age , i paid Money worth 200000 to job site careermons.com where they promise to provide job immediately in the months feb 2018 but now they are again asking for more money. When i asked for refund they are telling it is not possible. Now my question?what step i can take against the company what are the documentation i need to provide to sue them?pls advice.
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A. Dear Mam, You need to send them a Legal Notice straight away without any further delay.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
The rental contract is registered at Mehrauli for a property in South Delhi. The tenant stopped paying rent adjusting it against Security deposit. Vacates property without proper handing/taking over, leaving property with considerable damages, defficiencies and unpaid water,IGL,and electricity bills etc. Can any legal action be taken against tenant: 1. For non payment of Rent and recovery thereof with penalty? And How? 2. Or it shall simply be to recover damages/defficiencies etc. Early advice shall be appreciated.
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A. Dear Mam, The liability of the tennant is according to the agreement. You can recover the due amount from the tennant by legal ways.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
hello my grand father in law before his death and during the period of illness legally transferred flat ownership from his name to my husband and my husband holding ownership of flat since last 18 years but now my grand mother in law (grand father in law's wife who is still alive) suddenly launched case against my husband claiming that she want flat under her ownership, also court decision is still pending and our society members painted grand mother in laws name on flat nameplate removing my husband name, my grand mother in law didn't took any objection within a 6 month of ownership transfer to my husband and now after 18 years she woke up , case already going on with both grand mother in law and co-operative society , I want to know what will happen if grand mother in law dies. and which next step my husband should take
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A. Dear Mam, Please provide details on how the transfer was effected. Post transfer did the property get registered in the name of your husband in the recordsof the society. Any precise advice can be given post getting the answers to the queries.
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