Will Will

Mother creatd will bt not mentioned my name Property belongs to my father after his death transfer to my mother

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Posted 3 years ago


A. You have to challenge the will as you have share in the property of the father if not transferred through will/sale to your mother. If the property is of ancestral nature will is not possible by your mother

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Vimlesh Prasad Mishra

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Sukhendra  Pandey

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Restaurant in Residential Property - Objected by Neighbour Restaurant in Residential Property - Objected by Neighbour

Dear Sir, I am going to start a chinese restaurant (NO ALCOHOL, NO DANCE, NO LIVE MUSIC) in a RENTED RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY in KOLKATA. The owner of the property has given no objection for my restaurant

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A. If you have trade license for commercial use and in the same area other commercial activities are going on, you can do....

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Tanima Das Ghosh

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Nirmal  Chopra

Nirmal Chopra

Will Will

My grandmother created a will but didn't mention my dad name The property belongs to my grandfather but after his death transferred to my grandmother

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A. grandmother can make a will to anyone she is only titled holder of your grandfather property.

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Sukhendra  Pandey

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Manjula  Shanmugasundaram

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Will Will

My grandmother created will and not mentioned my fathers name The property belongs to my grandfather but after his death it transferd to my grandmother

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Do i have legal grounds to pursue Do i have legal grounds to pursue

I joined for their company xxx on june 1st 2017. When i joined the company we signed a contract in which there are different components to my pay. One such is continuation bonus. I quote continuatio

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A. you can claim continuation bonus for the first six months as it is written in that condition that if company still employed that employee than he would be entitled for the bonus. read the following lines of the condition carefully:-
" after completion of every six months service at the company if the employee is still employed by the company."
and if they are not giving you the bonus of first six month than send them a legal notice through a lawyer

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Rajeev  RJ

Rajeev RJ

Restaurant in Residential property Restaurant in Residential property

Dear Sir, I have started one restaurant (Chinese - No Alcohol) in a Residential property in KOLKATA. The first floor of the house I have taken on rent from the owner and they have given no objection c

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A. if you have place like to open restaurent and you have commercial licence for opening restaurent than no body stop your bussiness.

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Sukhendra  Pandey

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Deed of partition of father(1932-2006) property Deed of partition of father(1932-2006) property

As my father died and my brother is not willing to share property equally, will he along with my 3sisters be able to execute the deed of partition? Is it legal? Can they all sign on 100Rs stamp paper

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A. A partition deed, for its complete validity should be registered. Further, all of you have to execute the partition deed jointly. However, if the other members of your family execute a deed in you absence, you need to file a suit to declare it as null and void. If you have apprehension that they may sell the property in your absence, you have to file a suit for injunction. However, the best possible suggestion to avoid all the above complications, is to file a suit for partition and separate pos ...ReadMore

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Manjula  Shanmugasundaram

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Rajeev  RJ

Rajeev RJ

Need advice to get my Degree certificates Need advice to get my Degree certificates

Hi, I have submitted my original degree certificates in the college where I worked as a Lecturer. As per the T&C when I joined, I was asked to pay 2 months salary as penalty if I want to leave the col

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A. these type of incidents are happening frequently in the private firms now a days.
you must send them a legal notice asking them to return your original certificates and also claim damages from them. if they do not return your certificates even after legal notice than file a civil suit for mandatory injunction against the college administration.
and also write to the concerned university and higher education board about act and conduct of the college administration.
for more queries you may go on ...ReadMore

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Rajeev  RJ

Rajeev RJ

Agreement Agreement

I am Prakash Kulkarni. I have taken Rs 12laks (hand loan) from a friend and for surity I have given my plot of size 30*40(surity).I have signed an agreement on 200.00Rs bond paper. written as I am sel

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A. A complete answer can be given only by reading your documents. However, an unregistered sale is not valid. At the most, it can be treated as an agreement to sell. It is more important to go through the document relating to your mortgage (or surety). As you are willing to repay the entire amount with interest, please cause a legal notice first for return of all your documents. If he does not accept payment and return your documents, please file a civil suit.

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Manjula  Shanmugasundaram

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Discharge in dowry case before marriage Discharge in dowry case before marriage

Dowry case before marriage on father and son. Settlement done in front of judge for discharge. Son ever appeared but the condition was to discharge both. On final installment do he need to appear? Aft

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A. you both need to appear before court. there is no need of quashing if you have been discharged from all the charges

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