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In a civil case, if I've annexed all evidences and documents to my plaint at the time of filing, do I have to again submit the same documents later on once the defendant files a written statement?
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A. You will have to file a proof affidavit and mark the documents in evidence
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Is plaintiff's written statement must with his declaration & affidavit in reply of defendant's injuction application as per CPC, 1908, Order 7 - Rule 11(a)(d) & Order 22 - Rule 4(3)?
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A. Something wrong . Not sure
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Dushyant Patil

Posted 1 day ago

Please give me name of emminent lawer in property dispute ?
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Does Co-operative Court in Maharashtra have power to disqualify members from contesting elections? Our managing committee has violated several provisions of the MCS Act and Bye-laws. Can we file a case in a co-operative court seeking their disqualification for one term?
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A. Dear Sir, Yes, it has powers and you can approach the High Court if not satisfied with orders. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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Anonymous

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A. Please take advice from a local lawyer immediately. Thanks
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The Deputy Registrar of Co-operative societies has issued a show cause notice to the society requesting details as to why elections have not been held. The Secretary and Chairman have hired two lawyers to reply to that notice without informing anyone in the society. They have not even consulted the managing committee. Do they have the authority to do it as per the Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act?
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A. Sir, they have violated the internal laws of the society as not fees can be paid to service providers without prior consultation. Such information should be given to the members and tot he consulted managing committee. Thanks
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Keya Mukhopadjyay

Posted 3 days ago

Hello, I sold my ground floor premises to a person. I was away from my property for several years. Now I am back and living on my first floor is the same premises. The owner of the ground floor is blocking my only way to my flat by parking their motor cycles in my passage. They claim that parking vehicle is their easement right. I wonder how come parking comes under easement right in India! Kindly advise, what legal steps should I follow to stop them from parking blocking my entrance and exit passage. Thanks.
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A. Dear Client................. You need to send a legal notice to you tenant .... Still if he does the same you need to file a case at SDO Court U/s 145 Cr.PC
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Hi one of the adjacent neighbors making building close to my building and easement disturbed also his building pass on DP Road Margin shown by my certified architect technically in his analysis report .i already received injunction status quo just lane attached to the my building and his construction .i want to go for challange in court of law .is such case courts has jurisdiction or have rights to interfere in it??? In the other words can I challenge plan?
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A. Dear Sir, You can challenge their plan and get a relief from local Civil Court. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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Anonymous

Posted 4 days ago

what is adverse position .what are the limitation for adverse position.what are the documents required for proving adverse position?
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A. Dear Sir, It is as follows: =========================================================== ADVERSE POSSESSION There are many judgments and the recent one is as follows: ====================================================================== Protest within 12 years or lose property to squatter ====================================================================== ONE THE ABOVE FORMULA THE OPPOSITE PARTY LOSE ITS CASE. If a person does not protest someone illegally occupying his property for 12 years, then the squatter would get ownership rights over that property, the Supreme Court has ruled. A bench of Justices R K Agrawal and A M Sapre said if a person proved actual, peaceful and uninterrupted possession of a property owned by another for more than 12 years, “a case of adverse possession can be held to be made out which, in turn, results in depriving the true owner of his ownership rights in the property and vests ownership rights of the property in the person who claims it”. However, the bench put in a caveat by ruling that such a person (squatter) must necessarily first admit ownership of the true owner over the property and make the true owner a party to the suit before a court for claiming ownership over the property through adverse possession. This ruling came in a case where a Muslim man had claimed ownership over a property through adverse possession in Jalgaon of Maharashtra. He had attempted to advance the plea of adverse possession to claim ownership rights over the property, which was inherited by a Muslim woman after the death of her father. Setting aside a Bombay high court order in favour of the man, the SC bench said, “When both courts below held and, in our view rightly, that the defendant has failed to prove the plea of adverse possession, then such concurrent finding of fact was unimpeachable and binding on the HC. The HC erred fundamentally in observing that it was not necessary for the defendant to first admit the ownership of the plaintiff before raising such a plea.” For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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jagan jag

Posted 4 days ago

Hello sir my bought a new house.iam the new owner previous owner has tenant they sold their house there is paper agreement in that it is written for 11months .11months are over for tenant is not vacating after issuing legal notice.I heard she didn't pay rent on time for previous owner they filled an eviction suite they have mortgage they sold it to me.how long it takes to evict her in court eviction order.11 months agreement which they made with previous owner is over.
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A. Dear Sir, Get issue a legal notice and give him 15 days time then file a eviction petition and he is bound to vacate. For full procedure contact me on mobile through Vidhikarya. Rate me Five Star * Please visit the following link. https://vidhikarya.com/LawyerRating/9506c43f5d0b2d266a07
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