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In all my documents (10th,12th, pan card , birth certificate) my father's name is X kumar but in my aadhaar card and OBC certificate it is X kumar yadav...I can easily make correction in aadhaar card


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Your father's name in the OBC Certificate may be corrected through the following steps. 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 change of surname, and any other relevant details declaring that the "A s/o B " and the "A s/o C" are the same and one identical person. The affidavit should be made on a stamp paper of the appropriate value as ...ReadMore

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icon Loan Against land documents recorded with register 1955 in EC

My Grandfather brought a loan from one person in 1955 against a land document, this was registered in the TN govt. register office. Later Loan was paid in 1960 and land documents were received back. b


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Unless a loan is availed of against the mortgage of property from a financial institute and a registered deed of mortgage is executed, the registry has no scope to update the status of the property and it is not reflected in the EC of the property. So, on repayment of a personal loan when you get back the original property deed, you need to inform the Registry in writing to update the records accordingly, and on updation of records, you may apply to the Registry for transfer of the ...ReadMore

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icon Open Space Area in Sale deed

I received my flat through bank e-auction from one of the state owned bank. In the e-auction the Sale notice states 3 items for sale (3 flat - 1 Flat in Grnd Floor & 2 Flat in 1st Floor). The item w


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Any construction that deviates from the approved building plan is considered illegal and unauthorized, particularly after the issuance of a Completion Certificate (CC) or Occupancy Certificate (OC) by the building plan-approving authority.

The rooftops of a building are typically considered open terraces or open areas, which form part of the common area usable for all the floor owners of the multistoried building. Legally, a builder or developer does not have the right to sell th ...ReadMore

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icon Property transferred from my grandfather to grand son and grand daughter

Dear Sir, My name is kuldeep; I am from Delhi, This is an issue of domestic violence and property related. Sir My grandfather has two grandson & two granddaughter, and grandfather had transferred


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If the property was originally transferred to the grandsons and granddaughters in 1998 and your grandfather passed away in 2005, it raises concerns if the property was subsequently sold in 2018 by someone other than the grandsons and granddaughters. In this scenario, where the property is considered ancestral and the grandchildren have entitlement to an equal share in it since their birth, it may be necessary to take legal action to protect their rights.

You may consider filing a ...ReadMore

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icon Error in authoring judgment in a quasi judicial process

If in a quasi-judicial judgment, the author does not discuss what the petitioner is saying & only is putting several conclusions on the case without discussing what petitioner is trying to say - Can i


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Quasi-judicial bodies operate within specific domains such as financial markets, public standards, employment law, land use, and zoning, adhering to a set of regulations defined by the agency. Their authority is limited to their designated areas, and they lack jurisdiction to review their own earlier orders. In instances where a quasi-judicial authority renders a decision without allowing the affected parties to be heard or violates the principles of natural justice, an appeal und ...ReadMore

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icon Dhani late pament due

How not extra pament not paid in late pament


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Please provide more details about your query or concern so that we can address it appropriately. Your full information will help us respond effectively.

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After serving a legal notice to the owner of the cement shop, you can initiate legal action by filing a criminal suit against them under Section 268 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for public nuisance. This should be done before the court of the Magistrate concerned.

In addition to the legal proceedings, it is advisable to bring the matter to the attention of the relevant District Magistrate (DM)/Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) and the Pollution Control Board. Reporting the issue ...ReadMore

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icon Recovery of money lent

I lent Rs. 15 Lacs to my relative for 6 months and got documented as notarized agreement. Now, he has no intention to repay. Will you respected lawyers be kind to let me know what remedy i have to ge


A. You have not given all the clear details like from which state you are, you have given the 15 lacs to your relative but have you given it from your own bank account if it is then the details are required, if you have given by cash then forget about it also the agreement made by you should be having all the terms and conditions which you have not mentioned in this question also you should have 2 witness who are willing to come to the court. The documents which you are notarize are actually valid ...ReadMore

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icon Can owner ask for more rent

Hi my rent agreement is going to expire next month , today my owner is demanding 3000 more than current rent from next tenure where as my current rent agreement says 10% hike from current rent which


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To resolve a dispute between a tenant and landlord, the state-specific Rent Control Act is applicable, and a Rent Controller or Additional Rent Controller is designated to address disagreements arising from a rental agreement. In the current scenario, it is recommended to submit an application detailing your concerns to the relevant Rent Controller for an amicable resolution. Seek guidance and assistance from a legal professional throughout this process.

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icon Regarding Obtaining Complete Case Papers from High Court Personally

Can I obtain my complete Case papers filed in my service matter case including Counter and Rejoinder from the High Court personally without the help of any advocate? If yes, what is the procedure for


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If you are a party to the case, obtaining a certified copy of relevant documents from the court is possible. This involves filling out a form, paying the required fees, and subsequently receiving the copy. However, navigating the procedures, such as confirming if the order has reached the copying department, can be challenging for a layman, sometimes requiring the assistance of a law clerk.

While a relinquishment deed is typically considered binding and permanent, situations may ...ReadMore

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