icon Property - Bombay High Court has asked clarification from the government

Bombay High Court has asked clarification from the government whether is willing to grant relief to those societies and private entities who have made applications for land conversion from leasehold t


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The Court's Order's crucial part needs to be accurately quoted within inverted commas for proper comprehension and response. It appears that the Hon'ble High Court has requested clarification from the Government regarding granting relief to societies and private entities seeking land conversion from leasehold to FreeHold. The Court will determine its next steps based on the Government's submission or lack thereof during the upcoming Appeal hearing. If a deadline, such as March 7, ...ReadMore

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Can I get a partition in the free agriculture land property provided by government to my father, If yes can I sell it? Because my father is no more and my mother is bed ridden. Now my brother is denyi


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Section 43 of the Bombay Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1948, mandates that agricultural land cannot be transferred through various means (sale, gift, exchange, mortgage, lease, assignment, or partition) without the Collector's permission. In cases where the deceased father leaves the land without a will (intestate), all surviving legal heirs are entitled to an equal share. To obtain their individual shares, legal heirs must file a partition suit in the civil court, preceded ...ReadMore

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## Subject: Gated Community Association Legal Advice Request Dear Sir/Madam, We, the residents of [Name of Gated Community], located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, require your legal advice on the follo


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Upon the formation of a cooperative housing society or apartment owners association under the State-specific Act and Rules, the Promoter/Developer is obligated to transfer control of buildings or apartments to the Society or Association within the stipulated timeframe set by state laws. Following the completion of the handover process, the activities of the Society or Association are governed by its bylaws. Any matters, including re-registration, renewal, or disputes with the Prom ...ReadMore

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Hello sir/madam My father own a house on a land, we are staying here from more than 30 years. We have our buying paper, i.e the legal paper on which it's written that we bought the land. Now, we want


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To construct another building on the same land, obtaining approval for the building plan from the municipal authority is a prerequisite. If your neighbor attempts to hinder the construction by obtaining a court injunction on potentially frivolous grounds, you can contest the case in court to have the injunction lifted. After successfully contesting the case and having it disposed of or dismissed, you can take legal action against your neighbor. This may involve serving a legal not ...ReadMore

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I have stopped my cheque that given in sales deed and now cholamandal finance bank is telling me to give bank statement so I am giving another cheque to owner it is required to change sales deed and m


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A stop payment instruction issued by the drawer of a cheque, originally intended for fulfilling a contractual obligation, could trigger legal implications under the Negotiable Instruments Act (N.I. Act). Section 139 of the N.I. Act establishes a presumption regarding the issuance of cheques for discharge of debt, while Section 138 outlines the legal consequences, including potential legal action, that the drawer may face for dishonoring the cheque.

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icon Who is liable to pay Death Claim in the case of illegal driving

A two wheeler owned by my son, met with an accident when two of his friends (aged 22 & 24 yrs.) on wheel and both of the died, last month. When the accident occurred, the 24 yrs old, who was not


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In the event of a motor accident resulting in loss of life and multiple violations of the Motor Vehicles Act and traffic rules, even if the vehicles or individuals involved are insured under the Insurance Act, the insurance company may repudiate the death claim due to those violations. Consequently, the court may find your son liable for the payment of death compensation to the claimant.

To address this situation, you have the option to appeal to the High Court, requesting a remi ...ReadMore

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icon NCL certificate criteria with retired state government employee

Am married woman working in private sector. My father was retired PSI. But joined to the department as constable. he expired now. Does my father retirement amount also will get considered to get NCL c


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Your categorization as belonging to the Other Backward Classes (OBC) remains unchanged even after marriage. In the context of caste determination, the classification of children is based on the father's category, and this status does not alter with a woman's marriage. The salary income or pension of a government employee is not factored into the computation of annual income for assessing eligibility under the OBC Non-Creamy Layer (NCL) category.

Marriage, according to this perspe ...ReadMore

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icon E-Katha application in Karnataka

I purchased 2 30X40 plots 20 years ago near Bangalore ( Anekal Taluk). But these were registered as a single plot ( 40X60) in my sale deed. The plot numbers were also mentioned in the document. Since


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A rectification deed is a legal document designed to correct errors or inaccuracies in documents such as sale deeds and title deeds. It becomes essential when there are mistakes or anomalies that affect the record or deed, particularly when applying for an E-Khata. Approval from a sub-registrar is contingent upon establishing that the original document indeed contains an error.

For a rectification deed to be registered, both parties involved in the contract must consent to the pr ...ReadMore

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icon Owner not returning deposit

The owner is making just some random things up and deducting my money from security. How can i go legal against him? I didnt have any rental agreement. Even after reminders the owner didnt get it done


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If there is no rent agreement outlining the deduction procedure from the security deposit, the landlord cannot deduct it as a matter of right. With proof of rent payments to the landlord, legal recourse can be pursued. Disputes between tenants and landlords are typically resolved under state-specific Rent Control Acts, which appoint a Rent Controller or Additional Rent Controller to address such issues.

In the current circumstance, it is advisable to serve a legal notice to the l ...ReadMore

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icon Property dispute

My parents live with other 3 brothers of my father or uncle. They have captured the entire terrace and have started a construction stating that they want to capture the entire terrace leaving us with


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In this scenario, your parents have the option to initiate a civil suit for a declaration under Section 34 of the Specific Relief Act, 1963. This suit would be filed before a competent Civil Court, with the objective of obtaining an injunction under Order 39, Rule 1 & 2 of the Civil Procedure Code (CPC), along with Section 151 of CPC. This legal action seeks the Court's intervention to exercise its inherent power in order to ensure justice in the matter.

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