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Dear Sir/Madam, I am a resident of an apartment in Chennai which has nearly 160 flats. In our apartment, we are not stopping residents from keeping pets in their flat. The problem is arrival of str

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A. Dear Sir,
How to File a Harassment Complaint Against a Neighbour
Is Calling Police an Option?
Yes, calling a police if your neighbor harasses you is an option to go with. You have the option to call the police by just dialing the police number 100 and police will come to the place mentioned by you in the phone call. They will come to the spot and ask you the problem and then will take the action against them. And, when they will reach the spot you should be having sufficient proof to prove the h ...ReadMore
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My neighbour has informed me that another neighbour has told her that he will shoot my dog dead if he sees my dog roaming in the neighborhood. Now since the person has not told me directly I cannot co

Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You just go to the Police Station and lodge a complaint in writing and police take stock of situation and warn him.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

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I have a dog and i live in govt. quater which is inside the campus where many students also lived in hostel in the campus . Basically, i work on this goverment residential school. According to my orga

Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
If your dog is not dangerous and you undertake to safeguard all the inmates of the hostel then you may be allowed. It is not exclusive residential place but it is situated within hostel premises as such the Courts may not approve you to keep a domestic animal like dog. Please understand the situation and mentality of several students and thought of your administration otherwise you will be penalized in other known ways by the Management and you will be in dangerous situation.

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Is any organisation have authority to prohibits pets in govt. quarters such as central govt. residential school because there are many student who live within the campus in a hostel. If the organizati

Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
If your dog is not dangerous and you undertake to safeguard all the inmates of the hostel then you may be allowed. It is not exclusive residential place but it is situated within hostel premises as such the Courts may not approve you to keep a domestic animal like dog. Please understand the situation and mentality of several students and thought of your administration otherwise you will be penalized in other known ways by the Management and you will be in dangerous situation.

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Gave a two months female puppy 7 months ago to one of my known friend FREE with certain conditions like BREEDING etc. I don't see any positive behavior from them. I'm totally upset now. My ques

Posted 4 months ago


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You may approach NGO for animal welfare and then approach nearest police station and convince them the way in which he is treating the animal. Thus, you may get that puppy again.

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Is pet dog allowed in government allotted quarter? Do we need permission to keep a pet dog?

Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
No, not necessary. Quarters allotted by Government may be used for residential purpose and residents therein have every right to have pets as pet is part and parcel of human beings livelihood and will be considered as a friendly animal.

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Some people within the Town municipal board had bamboo groves which was inhabited by migratory Cattle egrets(Schedule 4 animal) the nearby residents complained about the unhygienic conditions and nois

Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
Normally the J E will get bail as he was just execution the order.

51. Penalties.—(1) Any person who 1
[contravenes any provision of this Act 2
[(except Chapter VA
and section 38J)]] or any rule or order made thereunder or who commits a breach of any of the conditions
of any licence or permit granted under this Act, shall be guilty of an offence against this Act, and shall, on
conviction, be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 3
[three years], or with fine
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Dear sir/madam Pigs roam all the time around the house. They leave their waste and urine. It is getting difficult to be there. If we talk to the owners, they are huge in number and powerful. How can

Posted 4 months ago


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You may approach local authority that is municipality etc. If no action is taken then approach High Court for a direction to the local authority to bring the issue under control and also approach public media to create evidence and public support.


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Can a dog owner unleash dogs while walking in the society...as it creates trouble for children. The owner says nothing will happen...how can we stop this and get dogs on leash

Posted 6 months ago


A. Hi,
If a civic body receives a complaint that a dog has become a source of public nuisance, the so-called offending canine may be "seized" under the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act. The Animal Birth Control Rules (ABC rules), established under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act of 1960, take the opposite approach and only allow the extermination of rabid, terminally ill, or mortally wounded dogs. So, while nuisance is a subjective concept, you can still file a police report.

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Anonymous

My dog was stolen by a poultry farm owner. An evidence saw my dog in his premises with a chain but not tied. As the experts suggested here, I went to police station to file FIR under 378. But the culp

Posted 8 months ago


A. Hi,

Forward the complaint copy to the SP/DCP of the Police Station and if your complaint has not converted into the FIR then, file an application under Section 156(3) of CrpC before the Court. Also, to get away from the owner/care taker also amounts the cruelty to the dog and attract the provisions of Prevention of cruelty to animal as well as other section of IPC.

Nishant Singh (Adv)
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