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In a Writ Petition the deposited amount with the court is ordered to be released to the petitioner. Even after submitting all documents to court registrar the amount is yet to be credited to the bank


A. Dear Client,
Under Indian law, particularly under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, and the relevant High Court rules, once a court orders the release of a deposited amount to the petitioner, the court registrar is responsible for facilitating the disbursement. If you have already submitted all necessary documents and the amount has not yet been credited to your bank account, this delay may be due to administrative inefficiencies or oversight. As your counsel, I recommend following up with the ...ReadMore

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icon Photographer took 70 percent of the amount and now changed the contact details

We had a wedding at our home on 28 nov 2023. We booked one of the photographer in our city after seeing reviews. It’s been more than 6 months… he has not provided the albums and data.. we have rea


A. Dear client,
You can Send a Formal Demand Letter Draft a formal demand letter requesting the delivery of the photos and albums. Include a deadline for the delivery and mention potential legal actions if the deadline is not met. Send the letter via registered mail or any other method that provides proof of delivery. Next you can file a Police Complaint against the photographer. Provide the police with all the details and evidence of the transaction and communications.
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You may get injunction order against such organization by filing a civil suit in the civil court or approach higher police officer to redress your grievance.

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icon OBC-NCL certificate validity and criteria during IIM Admissions

Sir/Madam, I am an MBA aspirant for 2024 soon joining IIM, I also belongs to OBC and my father is a police officer of class 3/group C in MP state police. I have a valid OBC-NCL certificate since only


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Form-16 is the TDS certificate issued by an employer when they deduct TDS. According to the Income Tax Act of 1961, employers must provide Form 16 to employees who draw an annual income of more than Rs. 2.5 lakh. The ITR is considered as an officially verifiable proof of income of a person for all purposes. In the DOPT, circular no. 36033/5/2004-EStt(Res) dated 14/10/2004, page 5, Clause 7 it is clarified that if the father of sons or daughters is directly recruited in Class - III/ ...ReadMore

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icon Refund admission fee

I have done the addmission in Euro kids on 06/06/2024 it was nt exactly the admission bcoz the coordinator told me to pay the amount to block the slot.. So we paid 20000 through UPI which she told me


A. Dear Client,
In your situation, it appears you paid an amount to Euro Kids to block a slot for admission but decided to withdraw your decision within 24 hours due to unsatisfactory conditions. Here's how you can proceed legally to seek a refund:
Steps to Take:
Review the Admission Agreement:
Check any written or verbal agreements made during the admission process.
Look for any terms related to the refund policy, cancellation, or non-refundable clauses.
Formal Written Request:
Send a formal writ ...ReadMore

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icon Surname change

Respect sir..I want to know the process..I want to change my father surname and my father was passed away can I change my father surname?


A. Dear Client,
A person's identity is greatly affected when his or her name appears differently in different documents. For correction of the deceased father's surname you being a legal heir, you may opt for the following steps to make it documented in all your documents issued by the different authorities. 1) An affidavit is a legal document that is used to state facts under oath. The affidavit should include the applicant's current name/surname, the desired name/surname, the reason for the chan ...ReadMore

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Car owner can use Doctor’s sticker on his/her car without having MBBS Degree in West Bengal?


A. Dear Client,
Without having an MBBS degree and registration as a medical practitioner under the State Medical Council, a person cannot use the Doctor's Sticker on his or her private vehicle. A person using such a sticker can face legal consequences as per the provision of Rule 49 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 and Section 177 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988. In 2019, the Bombay High Court also ordered a ban on such stickers on private vehicles. In November 2020, the Madras High Court vi ...ReadMore

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icon Vehicle parking

If in a street people park vehicles infront of others house. How to complain and solve the issue.


A. Dear Client,
Dealing with improper parking requires a combination of polite communication, formal complaints, and, if necessary, legal action. Here is a summary of steps to take:

Polite Request: Talk to the vehicle owners or leave polite notices.
Formal Complaints: File complaints with the local police and municipal corporation.
Legal Notice: Send a legal notice to the offending parties.
CrPC Section 133: File a complaint for public nuisance with the SDM.
RWA Involvement: Use the Resident Welfa ...ReadMore

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Actually I signed a aggreement for online data entry job after completion of my work they are saying I didn't met accuracy so I have to pay money if I won't pay they said they will fail a case on me.


A. Dear Client,
Most of the online data entry jobs are scams and are intended to extort money. Such attempts are made to intimidate you and lure money in the form of a penalty. In case, you joined the said work-from-home job by signing an offer letter, you need to go through the terms and conditions in the letter and find a condition, if any, that specifies a penalty for inaccurate response or non-performance of the said work. In the absence of such terms, it is affirmed that the company is engagin ...ReadMore

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I stay in 8 storet complex my flat is the only flat with a long corridor starting from the elevator and other flats are on the other side where the second elevator is so theres no obstruction to anyon


A. Dear Client,
The corridor and terrace area constitute a common area in a multi-story building/apartment. Occupying the common areas like the corridor in a multi-storied apartment is illegal. So, in this situation, you can file a complaint to the builder about your grievance and seek remedy.
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