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In a response to 91 CrPC, my working wife has not provided any govt documents including ITR, 26AS which were specifically asked for. How can i pursue this with the court to ensure these documents are produced by OP before argument begins.

A. The Family/Trial Court can direct parties to furnish detailed affidavits regarding their income, expenditure, Assets, and liabilities in terms of direction laid by the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in the case titled “Kusum Sharma Vs Mahinder Kumar Sharma”
therefore, simply file an application to submit the financials affidavit is sufficient and she will be forced to submit all financial detail in an EXACT manner.
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In my 10th, 12th, graduation and post graduation (My father name is Anand Goel and In my ID proof such as pan card, aadhaar card father name is Anand Kumar Goel) But his name is Anand Kumar as per his Aadhaar card and Pan Card... So, which name should i follow please advice.

A. Hello Client,

please make an Affidavit stating and declaring that both the names in different documents are of a same person.

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Vijaya Kanuboina

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Hi sir...am vijaya from hyderabad. My husband is a pvt employee. We have a 8 yrs boy child. My husband is having one elder brother and a younger sister. The r married and also having children. My father in law expired in 2009 after retirement as an asst engineer in irrigation dept. My mother in law expired in 2019 may. They made no will. My father in law purchased a house and a opn plot at his native place with his earnings and got registered in the name of my mother in law. PF and gratuity benefits were all made fixed deposits in banks in her name only. After her death, when my husband went through the bank passbooks and other important documents, we found zero balances in all the accounts. And it were all taken by my brother in law. Gold, silver, original documents of the properties are all stolen by him only without my husband's knowledge. Even after my mother in law's death, he used her bank account for his upi transactions without informing the bank to close her account. He made withdrawal onetime using her debit card. Without my mother in law's knowledge, when she was alive only, he linked his phonepe account to my mother in law's pension account of SBI and transferred lakhs of rupees to his personal ICICI bank account. Now when my husband is asking abt all these illegal activities he is giving evasive replies and threatening us that he can go to any extent for the sake of property. He is unwilling to come for settlement or partition. Even relatives are also helpless in this regard. So pls suggest me how to proceed. What to do? We r not affordable to consult a big lawyer. And also can't go round the courts for justice. What is that one serious step that we can take against my brother in law, so that he himself comes for a settlement? How can we file criminal charges against him? If we for for a partition suit, he will not b afraid. He will make us roam round the courts. He can spend money as he obtained in a falseful way. But we r in that position. So pleaaase kindly help me
1. Residential : Child to stay with both parents equal days . Since he has been staying with mother for so long , it is her duty to also ensure that this is happening. For the same to happen we can divide as a) First 2 weeks : 3 days with Father & 4 days with Mother in each week. First 3 days of the week. (M-T-W) b) Remaining 2 weeks : 4 days with Father & 3 days with Mother in each week. Last 4 days of the week (T-F-S-S) c) In case if any of the parent is not available due to work or some situation. It can be swapped . In case swapping is not possible , then an adjustment in the following week/s is recommended. d) If either parent is moving out of city / country for career opportunities or for a long period. More than 2 weeks. In this scenario the child will stay with the other parent for the period he / she is away. Once back we implement points a. & b. e) Either parent has complete access or visiting option at all times in all the above scenario 2. Schooling : the child shall continue going to the current school. However on mutual consent of both parents the school could be changed to make it centrally located for both parents. If any parent would like to change the school of the child , the same has to be exercised on mutual consent of both parents . Each parent to inform the other with regards to school / teachers feedback , homework, project work . 3. Vacation : Summer vacations, Christmas vacations & Diwali vacations to be equally divided between both parents. a. Each parent shall give a prior information to the other parent for a plan going out of the city limits. b. For Outings / Vacations out of Mumbai: At least 30days prior intimation to be shared with the other parent. Itinerary also to be shared be each parent. c. For Vacations out of country : Minimum 45 days to 60 days prior intimation to be shared with the other parent. Also a detailed itinerary. 4. Festivals & Auspicious occasions : Festivals to be equally divided . i. Diwali : Half day of Laxmi Puja with Father and other half with Mother. ii. Ganesh Chaturthi : Divide it in first half and second half of the day. iii. Navratri : 3days with mother & 4 days with Father. iv. Gurunanak Jayanthi : Can be divided equally or if the mother is fine then the father can keep him all day. v. 31st Dec : Alternate year with each parent. Alternatively if both parents agree can also be with both parents. vi. Mother’s Day : with Mother vii. Father’s Day : with Father viii. Any other festival / auspicious days, the child can be with either parent or day can be divided between the parents as per mutual consent and convenience. ix. Family Functions : For family functions in each family the parent of the other family shall cooperate and allow the child. This is for the better welfare of the child. 5. Birthday’s : a. Child's Birthday : Both parents to celebrate it together. The birthday to be planned in a centrally located place. Where families from both places could attend and celebrate. The Birthday plans have to be made with consent of both the parents. b. Grandparents birthday : Child to spend time with grandparents c. Parent’s Birthday : Child to spend time with the respective parent. The other parent can be invited if felt so. 6. Extra-curricular : The child can be enrolled in any extracurricular activities, with the consent of both parents . Keeping in mind the feasibility & other logistics. The interest of the child to be first kept in mind. 7. Passport : Child's passport to remain with Father from Jan to June and with Mother from July to December. But in case of any travel plans during this period it be handed over to the parent traveling. 8. Clothes, Shoes & Toys : both parents to maintain their own set of each. 9. Expenses a) Education : borne 50% by each parent, this includes, bus fees, tution fees, books, uniform, school shoes, any other project fee. b) Extra-curricular : borne 50% by each parent. c) Travel / vacation : completely subject to each parent. d) Clothes, shoes & Toys : maintained by each parent by themselves. e) Entertainment : borne by each parent individually. A play area if is regularly used by the child, then the expenses for the same can be divided equally between the two parents. f) Medication : any medical expenses to be shared equally between parents . g) Child’s Birthday : The Child’s birthday expenses to be shared equally between both the parents. 10. Transportation : The respective parent with whom the child shall be staying from that day onwards will pick him up. On days of festival pick up and drop to be divided. 11. CHANGES IN ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBERS: Neither parent shall conceal the whereabouts of the child from the other parent. Each parent shall advise the other parent at all times of the residence address and telephone number where the child will be as well as the parent's work telephone number. If a residence or telephone number changes, the parent making the change shall notify the other parent personally or by telephone within twenty-four (24) hours and in writing within seventy-two (72) hours of the change. 12. Name and Surname of the child : No parent has the right to change the name and surname of the child. Rather than the one decided during naming ceremony. 13. Intend to relocate : a. Relocation outside City / Country : If either parent intends to relocate outside the country / city, then the custody shall move to the other parent, however on coming back the custody shall be moved back to as joint custody and point number 1 shall be applicable. b. Relocation within City : either party if intends to relocate and the relocation shall cause hindrance in other parents access to the child , then the same would need mutual consent. If not resolved mutually then thru mediation , if still not resolved then thru order of the court . 14. Scheduled events : both parents to attend & participate in child's special events . Special programs like sports day , annual day , parents teachers meeting , extra-curricular competition or events. Each parent shall advise the other parent of extracurricular activities in which the child participates within twenty-four (24) hours of notification of an event or activity. 15. Communication : child should be made to speak(video call) to the other parent at least once a day if not more. 16. Boarding School : If the child has to be kept in boarding school for his welfare and well-being then all expenses to shared equally between both parents. The consent of both parents has to be obtained in writing for such a decision. 17. Child Psychology : Child could need help to understand and accept the decision of parents not staying together. This might need professional assistance, for the welfare of the child the best step be taken. 18. New Spouse or Companion : The parents shall not encourage the child to call the new spouse or companion “PAPA” , “MUMMY” , “Father”, “Mother”, “DAD”, “MOM” or similar names, as such is detrimental to the child’s relationship with his/her natural parents and may confuse and adversely affect the child. The other parent shall not be adversarial or hostile to the new spouse or companion but shall be courteous, polite, respectful & non-threatening.
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Kiran Kulkarni

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Is basement flats legal in Hubli and Dharwad. Contracted every government offices , even complained in public grevience PM office. But municipality is proving that basement flat which is constructed is legal . How and where to approach, total flats are 17 and car parking given for 1025 sqft superbuiltup houses is only 8. He took permission only for 882.64 sq ft .
Ever since we got our part of land my father paid its tax and we have been cultivating for 20 years. But my father's brother converted it to his name without my father's concern. We have no debt to him or his family. My father recently came to know that he converted it to his name 3 years ago. When my father went to apply for the pass book for the land the concerned officer asked us to wait for some time. Its been three years and now the officers it is your brother's land. Since three years he is taking the money that government sanctions for the owners of the land.Now, what should we do? How do we get our land back?

A. I can help you in getting your property back
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What is the difference among injunction,caveat and order 144.Are they interrelated? Which is the most beneficial order?If I have to do a construction work which order should I grant?

A. you have not written that any matter is pending with another party in relation to construction work you are contemplating to do , second if you are of opinion or having apprehension that your neighbour can cause some problem then you can go for caveat so that your part will be seen before passing an order against you , in case there is construction is going on and notice has been served by any authority or agency then it would be wise to go for injunction and finally if your matter is decided a ...ReadMore
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My father is a group C employee in KA state govt. His annual income is more than 8 lac..so as per central reservation rules for OBC i can get OBC non creamy layer..but i need clarification regarding our state laws in this...
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ZUBAIR SHAIKH

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Dear Sir, I am planning to lease my shop, located in Mumbai, via a leave license agreement. My housing society is insisting that, they will only give the NOC, if the prospective tenant is inducted as a nominal member of the society, for the duration of the lease. My query is that..... 1) In my previous lease, I did not have to comply with this condition. Is it mandatory to take the society NOC ? Can I go ahead and register the leave license agreement without the society NOC ? 2) In case I have to comply with the society demand and nominate my Tenant as a nominal member, will it create ownership rights in future in favor of the tenant? If yes, then what safeguards can I take to prevent this ? Would appreciate anyone who cud shed some light on it and it’s legal implications.... Thanks in advance ?
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Anonymous

Posted 4 days ago

Is it possible to settle the property among the 3 brothers without 1 brother

A. Hi client,
It depends upon the kind of property is subject to.If the said property is under a will then you may exclude thw same. Otherwise, all the members i.e the stake holders are necessary to be present.
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