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Dear Sir, I purchased a plot of land along with houseon it in 1985 by paying purchase consideration and executing a legal sale deed but I did not register the sale deed out of ignorance. The person who sold the property to me died 15 years ago and the wife of concerned deceased refuse to register the property now. I am in possession of legal sale deed. Annually I am paying the property tax in the name of deceased owner. Please advice the legal proceedings need to be initiated.
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, You have the legal sale deed in your favor. You have paid the consideration for the property. You have not registered the same in your name. By, Law you are the owner of the property.
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One of my friends got a shared apartment with two girls (one from her college and another person whom she did not know before). All of them together paid a security deposit of Rs 1,00,000/- (50,000/- paid by my friend and 25,000/- each paid by the other two who used to share a room). While making the agreement for the first time, the unknown person was not yet in the picture and my friend paid 75,000/- to the owner, and was later reimbursed by the unknown person to the amount of Rs 25,000/-. At this point a separate agreement was drawn out between the unknown person and the owner, details of which are unclear to us. Now, the unknown person has not been living in the apartment since 20th of April and stopped paying rent, however, her belongings remained in the apartment. She cleared out the flat on 20th of May and informed my friend that her notice for leaving the flat was over 20th April, so she would not be paying the rent for the period of 20th April - 20th May. My friend was unaware of any such notice. She also informed my friend that the owner asked her to collect the deposit from my friend in full because my friend is the person who was initially reimbursed by the unknown person. The overall agreement is supposed to be over in July and the unknown person is not willing to put in any effort to find a replacement, who will bear her share of the rent. My friend does not want to refund because her share of the rent needs to be collected from somewhere. Now the unknown person has lodged a police complaint that the owner and / or my friend is not giving back the money. The owner received a call from the police and informed my friend that he would not be involved in this matter and my friend and her flatmates should resolve the matter before police comes, otherwise they may have to vacate the apartment. What should she do now?
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, The owner is trying to safegirad his interest. There is no logic behind telling your friend that who will continue to stay in the falt and from when? Also there is no logic in asking for the refund of security deposit from your friend. The security depost has been given on the behalf of the unknown person to the landlord and the same wad reimnursed. So, in reality the security deposit is deposited with the owner. The owner is liable to pay back the deposit after any adjustment is any. It is a simple matter which is being unneceassry being complexed. If the police visits on result of the complaint by that unknown person, it should be very clearly said that, the deposit was made on behalf. You may take a consultation for further advice in this regard.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

two years ago, a man ,along with his wife filed a fraud rape case against me ... they do not have any medical report or any type of evidence against me... after few monthes ,stay was imposed on this case after it he filled another case of attempt to murder against me , in which i was arrested and also got bailed after some days ... npw this case is in the court and dates are given to me and i properly complete them but he gave application and was also absent in many dates...' but now the stay on rape case i removed and i am nervous that what would happen i am unable to find the solution , i am in dillema that i could be arrested again and my respect will also loose and my job too.... please give me advice how can i counter with this problem ...what step should be taken by me to release from this fraud case.... the person who filled case against me ,has filled a no. of fake case against many people...
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, Your lawyer should move an application for disposing of the case as because there is no evidence in support of the same. After the case gets disposed iff, you should file a case of defamation against him and his wife to teach them a good lesson.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

Can a candidate whose Father and mother are both grade 3 govt employees with income more than 10 lakh can get NCL - OBC certificate ? I have heard that for govt employees's status of grade or class matters but not the income . Is it true ?
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, Income also matters.
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I live in Bangalore in a residential area. About 7 months ago, my neighbour rented his house to a commercial tiffin service kitchen. The noise being made by the daily operations has rendered my house unlivable. The employees of the kitchen are loud. The processed of preparing food and washing vessels, is source of continuous noise again. Repeated pleas to the owner of the business has resulted in very small changes. Can I take a legal recourse, as my family find itself without the respite of a house. Appreciate the advice. Thanks
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, Since your pleas has made less changes, you should take legal recourse. You should send them a Legal Notice straight away.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

sir i am anil. i have a query about customs taxation. if i want to import a car from europe i have to pay a tax of about 150%in cbu( complete build unit) route. and the car costs around 1 million more than that. but i saw somewhere that if its ckd route ( complete knocked down unit ) its about 30%. now my question starts . if i buy that car from europe and knock it down like engine, gear box, wheels, seats , and many things which is possible. is it legal to do that to avoid this insane tax which is completely insane . and later assemble over here under local dealer ship.
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, The rate of customs depends on how the car is imported. You will have to pay the duty as per rates prevailing which highly depends on how the import is made. You can break down the car but then if that does not cover under the warranty as because you have not taken the car as it is. If you break the car down, you will reassemble the car thyen you shall be yourself liable for all the costs that come in your way. If you are ready to bear all of this and ready to accept all responsibilities in this relation then you may.
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Shruti More

Posted 11 months ago

Hello, i m a woman and before marrige i was muslim. I got married in the years2002(love marriage) with maharashtrian guy. Its almost 16 years of marriage and i also blessed with rwo kids son- 15years n daughter-4.5years. My husband always having a problem od castism(Hindu-Muslim) due to castism issues not we are not living together and we filed mutual divorce paper. Now i m in seperation period. We were filed mutual consent, in that he demanded child custody but I denied and convey my husband for joint custody. Both the kids are living with their father. He is also taking responsibility of education, maintenance, food etc... And as per the joint custody I can access my kids any time, any day in the future plus I have a equal rights on my kids. But, now whenever I am going to meet my kids my husband is not allowing me to meet. He is saying if my kids will meet you in future they would become Muslim. My case is still pending in the court, my date is 28th June 2018. I really don't know what to do..please help me out. Is joint custody is a right decision of mine? Or may I apply for child custody? I don't know what to do... I can't live without my kids.. .due to this caste my marriage life has been completly ruined and now my kids become a victim of this..... Please guide me.
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A. Dear Mam, This caste problem is the reason behind most of the problems in our country. In your case, it was a love marriage but still then the guy has been taunting you of your religion. He was well aware of the fact that you belonged to an altogether different caste at the time of entering in a relationship with you. A good time of 16 years you have spent with him but still then he is having the caste thing in his mind. It might be of the reason of his continous brainwash by others. If he is denying you to meet with the children, then you can file a complaint against him. You may apply for custody of the child and it is by Law that the mother will get the custody of the child if the child is below 5 years of age.
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namita dey

Posted 11 months ago

My father expired. We are three children. One brother and two sisters. After my father expired we 4 are the legal heirs. But my brother want to sign on the court paper that i do nt have any legal aspect on the property. but I want to know that after signing that document i have any right on that property or not.
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A. Dear Mam, Your post is incomplete for a precise advice. The post does not mention anything abut the property in question like it is inherited or abcestral property. Also it does not mention that whether there is any WILL to that effect or not. If the above property is an inherited property by your father then every legal heir will have equal share in the property. If the above property is a self purchased property of your father, and there is no WILL to the effect of property distribution, then also there will be equal share in the property. If the above property is a self purchased property and there is a WILL for distribution which exclusively or jointly gives your elder brother the right over the property then you have no right on that property. It would be a suggestion to not to sign any document under any impression or trust on anyone until and unless being completely satisfied about the document that you are signing.
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som dutt kathuria

Posted 11 months ago

I have given sureity for Rs. 20,000/- during 1995. this amount now becomes to rs. 7.85 lacs
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A. Dear Sir, Please share complete details and also the relevant documents in relation to your case for an advice.
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VAISHNAVI JADHAV

Posted 11 months ago

Sir/Mam, I am Married women. when i was small my mother and father have divorce. my father get married with another women and they have 2 child. I was live with my grand mother and grand father. I was get married with other cast person for that my hole family was not talk with me till now. my grand mother have 4 child I have 2 uncle and 1 attya. they all are settled very well and they have there own and well build hoses. but in the house of my grand mother no is lived there. after marriage i live with my in lows. but I don't have well build house to live. my house is very small. my economical condition is also very bad. So my question is Can I demand for that house to my family members?
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A. Dear Mam, In order to provide a specific advice, you need to share the complete information. On a high level, it can be stated that you have rights in the property of your ancestors and the same right cannot be taken away from you just because you have married some other person who is not from your caste. The possible deniability on the rights to the property is as stated in the LAW itself.
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