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Hello good morning sir/Madam I need a help for a opinion tie my domestic animals on road Actually the problem we were tie domestic animals on the road for 2 /3 hrs on morning in this summer to relie


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I understand your concern about tying your domestic animals on the road in the morning to alleviate the summer heat, and the objections raised by your neighbors. In India, the welfare of domestic animals is protected under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960. According to this law, it is essential to ensure that animals are not subjected to unnecessary suffering or cruelty. While providing relief to animals from heat is understandable, it's important to ensure that their ...ReadMore

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icon Attacked on senior citizens and street dogs filed complaint to police

Police not taken any action on my application,which was given on 17/05/24 at chandkheda police station, Ahmedabad,Gujarat also Reminder-I given on 26/05/24 & copy currier to (1)home minister, (2)


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When a complaint regarding attacks on senior citizens and street dogs is filed with the police, but no action is taken, there are specific legal steps you can take under Indian law to ensure that your grievance is addressed. Here’s a detailed approach for this situation:
1. Acknowledgment of the Complaint
2. Legal Notice to the Police
3. Filing a Complaint with Higher Authorities
4. Approaching the Judicial Magistrate
5. Public Interest Litigation (PIL)
6. Human Rights Commission ...ReadMore

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icon here are four puppies in my sisters office basement

There are four puppies in my sister's office basement . One of the female puppy died 2 days back due to brutal attack of group of dogs. Its very good official business park which for fund doe dog food


A. Dear Client,
You can file a complaint to the concerned municipal authority to keep a check on the stray dogs. Further, in this situation, you need to inform the issue to the competent authority or NGO's working for animal rights and protection and seek required assistance.
Hope it helps.
Thank you.

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icon Can a housing society stop the flat owner from taking his pet to any common area

I have a friendly dog (Labrador) and we live in an apartment complex where there are no bye-laws and it's not even a registered society. My dog has a habit of going to the terrace as we live in top fl


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Article 51(A) of the Constitution of India makes it a fundamental duty of every Indian citizen to respect and have compassion for all forms of life. Not allowing pets in an apartment complex or housing society is considered to be a direct violation of the Constitution of India. The right to keep a pet outlined in Article 51 (G) of the Constitution grants every citizen of India the right to choose to live with or without a companion animal. So, for infringement of the constitutional ...ReadMore

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icon Distrubance by neighbour

My street is a small street and there is a cow which comes 3 times a day to eat the food which my neighbour is keeping for it..this is very troublesome since the cow is blocking the way and also maki

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2 months ago


A. Dear client, you have to complaint to municipal or panchayat authorities to move away the cow from your area.

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Can Pet allowed in Lift in Apartments?

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2 months ago


A. Dear client, pets are allowed in apartments life. But if there is any restriction from the administration or authority's of apartments then they can't be allowed.

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icon Ban on entry for pets in society parks

I am a resident of a housing society in Noida. There are 7-8 pet parents including me who take their dogs to parks for walking and exercise. The society has imposed a ban for the entry with fine of 30

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2 months ago


A. Dear client, under section 9(k) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, it is illegal to prohibit residents from parenting pets. You can file a complaint under this section.

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icon Dog harassment

What I am supposed to do when society people harasses dogs those who are living since 10 years . And the dogs have been thrown out of the society. And also they harass us for not feeding them !

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2 months ago


A. Dear client, you can file a complaint on who harasses dongs under prevention of cruelty to animals act, 1960. And if they harass you file a complaint under sec 504 of ipc.

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icon Help for street animals dog

Me volunteer hu dog ko feeding karwate he our unka treatment bhi karwati hu but gali ke logoko problem hota our muje mentally harest kar rahe he aaj ke date me likhit complaint bi darj karwaya he but

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3 months ago


A. Dear Client,

The Indian Penal Code (IPC) is a comprehensive legal framework encompassing various aspects of criminal law, defining penalties and remedies for wrongful acts. This article discusses offenses punishable under Sections 289 and 338 of the IPC, along with the relevant sections of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), focusing on a specific case involving a dog bite incident.

Introduction:
Dogs, traditionally utilitarian, gained affection as "man's best friend" in the 18th century. ...ReadMore

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is red ear slider legal in uttarakhand, india?

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3 months ago


A. Dear Client,

It is illegal to pet a red-eared slider turtle in Uttarakhand. The Indian Wildlife Protection Act, 1972, lists the red-eared slider turtle as a Schedule IV animal, which means that it is illegal to keep, trade, or transport it without a permit.

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