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Issue: My property has been trespassed, looted by the offenders in Tamil Nadu. They even damaged the property by demolition the building. I have given 3 orders from magistrate court to police to take

Posted 1 year ago


A. Yes. You first have to issue a statutory notice under sec. 80 of the Civil Procedure Code, and then file a case seeking compensation for damages caused by dereliction of duty.
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Amit Kumar

Dear Sir NCLAT passed a judgement against NCLT Order and directed NCLT to rehear the issues. In the judgement it is not clarify who will inform the NCLT about the directions and judgement whether NCL

Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi
You should file an application at NCLT with judgment copy of NCLAT and ask the bench which heard the petition earlier to rehear the case.
Order 41, Rule 23 CPC is the applicable section
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I have filled mutual consent divorced and waiting for the hearing date. The alimony amount has been already transferred into court bank account. Now can I start my professional job again???

Posted 1 year ago


A. Yes, you can start your own professional job.
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I am a resident of Chandigarh and I wish to play an International lottery through lotter.com, as an Indian citizen, am I allowed to play an international lottery while residing in India, if yes is the

Posted 1 year ago


A. You may be fixed at any later point of time. Please take wise decisions.
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Anonymous

Under which article should a case be filed before the supreme court of India to challenge the validity of a law that violates the fundamental rights?

Posted 1 year ago


A. You can directly approach the SC Court under Article 32 of Indian Constitution.
Please give me Rank 5 if you feel my answer helped you.
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Lalit Bhavsar

Respected Sir/Mam I suffer & fight scince 3.5yrs for electric problem. last 3.5yrs i live without electricity. my Father & two big bbrother create to problem about electricity. i have two little child

Posted 1 year ago


A. You may approach High Court and it will find out a solution because it is one of the basic amenities.
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Anonymous

My brother in law is an alcoholic tortures my sister and two kids (15, 13 age) alot. How to get rid of him?, as my sister and her daughter both are showing sucidal tendency because of his verbal, emot

Posted 1 year ago


A. Section 3 of Domestic Violence Act
What constitutes Domestic Violence and are considered illegal?
3. Definition of domestic violence.—For the purposes of this Act, any act, omission or commission or conduct of the respondent shall constitute domestic violence in case it—
(a) harms or injures or endangers the health, safety, life, limb or well being, whether mental or physical, of the aggrieved person or tends to do so and includes causing physical abuse, sexual abuse, verbal and emotional a ...ReadMore
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We got the land after 30 years in court case. Now this land should be divided among 6 people and our share of land is shared in different survey numbers. We have filed a case in the court for the sepa

Posted 1 year ago


A. Just lodge a complaint with Registrar of Your High Court along with your affidavit using the actual words used by her. They will teach her a lesson. Please give me Rank 5 if you feel my answer helped you.
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Anonymous

What happens if Respondents file a appeal against Tribunal courts order in High court with respect to recruitment process ?

Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi
Generally High Courts will not interfere in order of Tribunals.

High courts will interfere in orders of tribunal if and only if
a) When the principles of natural justice are violated.
b) Tribunal has exceeded the brief and passed orders outside of its scope.
Please note that some tribunals have Supreme court has the appellate court and High court may not have the jurisdiction over tribunals.
So, you need to consult a lawyer with your query.
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rahul sharma

we booked a flat in January 2017. was supposed to get possession in April 2019. despite pushing the builder for registration the whole year it was not processed. In may 2020 the jharkhand government w

Posted 1 year ago


A. #property#free advice
You can initiate proceeding and seek damages from him
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