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Anonymous

Posted 2 months ago

Hi, My case on court website shows as undated What does this means and what should I do?
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A. it means that your case has not been assigned the next date of hearing.
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

Hi, A person is selling me a property. The property is not registered on his name but the electricity meter bears his name. He only has agreement of that property as purchased from previous seller. 1. Should I purchase the property? 2. What will be the registration charges in Pune? 3. The house doesn't receive tax receipt also. Should I register it with muncipal corporation? 4. What preventive measures should I take?
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A. don't purchase the property if its not registered in his name. He might be in adverse possession by living there for more than 12 years and that is the reason he is having electricity meter in his name, but this does not entitle him to sell the property. There might be someone else who is the real owner of the property. Buying such property will definitely invite litigations in future. However if you're persistent to go ahead with the purchase than I would advise you to give a legal notice in the 2 local newspapers before making any payment and see if there is any claimers coming forward. For giving legal advertisement in the newspaper, contact Vidhikarya to allot a lawyer.
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

I have to give a written statement. I have taken extension date since three hearings. So that I could get the evidence. The evidence is taking longer time to get. So I want more extension in filling the written statement Will I get the extension or should I give whatever evidence I have so far?
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A. 90 days is the time limit to file the ws otherwise your defence will be struck-off. Amendment of ws can be done at any stage once you get hold of any new evidences. Note: It has been held in some recent cases that the delay can be condoned and the ws can be accepted even after the expiry of 90 days from the date of service of summons in exceptionally hard cases. But in that situation you need to satisfy the court that there was a genuine exceptional ground that prevented you from filing ws. Don't take any chances, file your ws.
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

I sold my Motorcycle through a garage person in 2013 to unknown person .As i got full money I hand over my vehicle and RC book to him. I was unaware of his malafied intentions at that time and did not ask for a sale deed. Now I came to know that vehicle is still registered on my name, he did not get it transferred. Now I am unable to trace him as contact numbers are not working and I don’t have his address detail. please help me
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A. lodge a complaint with the local police that your vehicle had been stolen. Let police find the vehicle and trace him out. Note: in a recent ruling of SC, the court held that the owner in whose name the vehicle continued to be registered even after it was sold shall be liable for compensation claims arising from any accident involving the vehicle even if it is now being owned and driven by another person.
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Sugas Shankar

Posted 3 months ago

My mother's name is written wrong in my birth certificate. What are the procedures to change it ?
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A. make an application to the municipal corporation for correction of your mother's name in your birth certificate and enclose the following documents (i) an affidavit by your mother duly attested by a Class I Magistrate (ii) copy of hospital discharge slip (iii) copy of parent's marriage certificate and (iv) change of name published in the newspaper/Government gazette in original. For any further assistance contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya.
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Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

Although I was born in kerala, my entire study and college life was in Hyderabad . eventually when we approached MRO office , we were issued with domicile , place of birth and caste certificate of Hyderabad. Later on when my parents, after their retirement, got settled in kerala, one of my uncle got me a certificate of kerala . Later on we realized that it will have legal implications . What should we do? The problem is although I was born in kerala, but during my schooling the certificate issued to me was with place of birth from Hyderabad. Kindly suggest what could be done
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A. If you're a resident of Kerala and had resided for more than 10 years in the state of Kerala, then it will not be a problem. However, if you do not meet any one of the the eligibility criteria to get Residence/Domicile certificate of Kerala then it will definitely raise eyebrows from legal quarters. Better consult a local lawyer from Vidhikarya.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

Respected sir/mam After my grandfather passed away, my fathers own brother created a false document with my grandfathers thumb impression for total property (Half to my father) is on his own name with help of a writer. That particular document is created on the day of my grandfather death itself. As the writer given us a written statement that he wrote that document for money but not as legal document. My fathers brother used that document to get municipality pay slip on his name with that document. Recently we had pay slip on our name too but We are fearing that he may use it to take our property with this forgery. It’s nearly 1 lac to file suit in court on the value of our property. Soo please let me know is their any alternate way to file suit to destroy that false document. Please help us find a way.
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A. file a partition suit along with a declaration suit claiming your father's share in the said property. Get interim injunction to restrain him from disposing off the property. Contact a local advocate from Vidhikarya
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Hi, I stay in cantonment area. My landlord is not repairing the house. I have requested him but he haven't done anything . Can I repair it my self or what are the things I can do or repair. Is there any act of it. I stay in Pune Maharashtra
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A. Send a legal notice through a local lawyer for immediate repair of the house within 7 days failing which you would be compelled to do the repair works and the same shall be deducted from the monthly rent.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

1. I purchased a land Cum shop in 2013. 2. Motation has been done from circle office and Nagar Nigam and receipt has been updated till now. 3. The said shop has given on rent to my father in law 40 years ago and rent has not been given to land lord for last 20 years. 4. My father in law has 2 sons. Both son doing combined business upto 2000. And younger son got government service in 2008. Now Elder son is doing business and I started renovation to the shop with continued business. 5. The paternal property has been decided among them in 2016. 6. My Dever given an application to local police and demanding share of my property by making party to my husband. 7. Police stopped work and SDM imposed 144 and prohibited to go to the said land but actually it is shop. PLEASE CLARIFY AS PER LAW - 1. My devar has share in my land Cum shop in any circumstances. 2 . I open shop or not as it is livelihood in view of 144 imposed. 3 . Police arrest me from my shop as doing business. . 4 . Please suggest course of action for fast and early resolution
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A. get the prohibitory order vacated by filing an application u/s 144(5) CrPC. Contact a local lawyer from Vidhikarya to move your matter before SDM. Alternatively you can move criminal revisional application in the high court. However, bear in mind, no order arising from 144(2) application remains in force for more than two months. Note: It's most likely that your devar might try to get an ex parte injunction order from a civil court. You should file a caveat both in the Junior and Senior Division of the Civil Court so that no ex parte order is passed in your absence or without giving you an opportunity of being heard.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

Hi, My landlord have filed a eviction suit against me it is in trail since 5 yrs. Recently I have found a property on his family members which he hided in the plain. I have all the relevant documents. Can I file a prejury case?
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A. need to review the plaint and the instrument which you're referring to. Eviction suit on the ground of reasonable requirement is not maintainable. Court will definitely make its observations. You can submit the documents in the court with the leave of the court. In such situation amendment needs to be done in your written statement.
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