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Adithya vijaya Kumar

Posted 10 months ago

Hello, my name is ADITHYA V K, where V K stands for my father's name, (late) VIJAYA KUMAR. Im some of documents my middle name is VIJAYA and last name is KUMAR. In some it is just given as ADITHYA V K, but in my passport my middle name is VIJAYA KUMAR and surname is left blank. My question is will this be a problem? Can I add kumar as my surname in passport and change middle name to vijaya. Thanks in advance
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A. Dear Sir, Yes the same might be a problem. It is recommended that you make a self declaration affidavit stating the fact that both the persons are same and identical.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
Hi, Kindly provide your valuable inputs on my query, Whether the plaintiffs' suit for permanent injunction without seeking declaration of title is maintainable under law. Under what grounds a court can consider such suits. I read this article on AIR 1989 SC 1809 1989 (2) APLJ61(SC) 1992 (1) APLJ62
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A. Dear Sir, It is not maintainable as such. Exceptions may be there.
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suneel kumar

Posted 10 months ago

one year back i purchased one house from one family (one mother and his two suns ) , at the time of registration mother and his elder son putted sign in documents at the time younger sun was in us so he dint put sign in the document , now we are going to take loan on that land , bank legal advisory asking sign for that younger sun so please suggest how can go for further procedure ...
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A. Dear Sir, The signature of all the legal heirs is required on a property to be purchased or sold. In yur case, since at that time the youngest son of the seller was in US and hence his signature could not be obtained, but this can be assumed that his consent was received for the sale. If his consent was received and he was ready for the sale then what needs to be done to correct the same is to get a NOC from him in this regard.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
A property of mine was brought on 2013; All records were checked with respect to landlord; In sub registrar office, land + home [ property ] was registered to the owner; and EC clearly said the same; that he had an loan from one of the bank. So as was EC was clear from past 12 years, we went an purchased the property; by paying the money; owner went and cleared the dues from the Loan which EC had and he registered me the property; and all khata and everything was transferred to me. During registration he handed over all the originals to me; i took the loan from SBI bank and registered the property. Now after 1 year; few banks started approaching us saying that they have originals and he had mortgaged this property before 2013, one in 2006 / 8 and other one in 2010. one of the bank even showed their document; and came to know that it was a color xerox. Now there is one bank; who has put the execution case ; again they say they have mortgaged during 2010; But the real ;part is; during that time there was one more bank which had registered in EC [ Which i brought it ] ; they have not checked it. We came to know the case and we put our objection to it. Even though we have originals; How do we get away from this. Judge is extending this and opposition is saying he shall object it. Need an help here and ideas. This is a tricky situation; even though we have originals and all are registered in our name. This mortgaged banks has all fake documents [ color xerox ] , but what to do here. Thanks
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, You do not require to do anything. The property was transferred to you in legal terms after compliance. The owner of the property cheated the bank, and you are no where involved in it. You are the third party purchaser and in the sale agreement entered between you and the owner, he must have mentioed that the property is free from any encumbraces etc. The ex-owner is at fault and this is his tussle with the bank. The property is clear in title as per your post. The only thing that you need to take care is, to respond actively to any legal notice or sumon received by you which is a must for you to receive. A proper and tiely reply to the same will end all your issues, but a lag in your attitude towards that might land you in trouble. Under no circumstances, you should give away your original papers of the property to any one.. Hope the above helps.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
I m Shilpa shree 34 age , i paid Money worth 200000 to job site careermons.com where they promise to provide job immediately in the months feb 2018 but now they are again asking for more money. When i asked for refund they are telling it is not possible. Now my question?what step i can take against the company what are the documentation i need to provide to sue them?pls advice.
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A. Dear Mam, You need to send them a Legal Notice straight away without any further delay.
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Anonymous

Posted 10 months ago

My medical college is cancelling the admission because i did not join and pay fees or submit bond before the last day.. Also i gave my resignation before the last day.. Can they hold my certificates? I havent given the bond yet.. Can they ask me to pay the penalty if i have not given the bond and have resigned in time?
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A. Dear Sir/ Mam, Your post is full.of contradictory statements. Request you to please state your matter without ambiguities.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
Any Advocates in friends list? Need one opinion....... here at my BRO unit (2500KM away from my home) a corrupt SE civil, officer has played dirty games. It is worst kind of office politics to prevent me from the engg works. He refused to give my entitled office (for Gp-B officer) and any duties for last 13 months...I have represented many times about it up to Defense secretary and PM... but no response from any. I am sitting at my mess room idle just signing attendance register. Once I declared in writing that till duties allotted, I won't sign and didn't sign for3 days... that duration was also taken as absent and I had to resume signing attendance register.. In Oct 2017, I met him as per some colleagues' advise asked for some duties as per my position held, he used unparliamentary language and I have to come out after he made big hue and cry. It was made as threatening of him and recorded as unparliamentary language used... the CE is covering up him. He ordered CoI, I cleared my position through clear written replies in Nov Dec 2017... When gone on leave recording these , he issued deserter roll... I am unable to contribute as well as unable to manage his lies and wantonly making stresses... Now a DE is ordered under rule-14, with all lies...on the basis of the SE civil s lies...by less than my Appointing Authority CE. And I am troubled...while prevented from my duties all these months. I want to contest it countering their evil design... How can I take it? Any legal way?
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A. Dear Sir, Your matter appears to be very complex in nature and needs a lot of research work. Please take a proper consultation.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
One of my friends got a shared apartment with two girls (one from her college and another person whom she did not know before). All of them together paid a security deposit of Rs 1,00,000/- (50,000/- paid by my friend and 25,000/- each paid by the other two who used to share a room). While making the agreement for the first time, the unknown person was not yet in the picture and my friend paid 75,000/- to the owner, and was later reimbursed by the unknown person to the amount of Rs 25,000/-. At this point a separate agreement was drawn out between the unknown person and the owner, details of which are unclear to us. Now, the unknown person has not been living in the apartment since 20th of April and stopped paying rent, however, her belongings remained in the apartment. She cleared out the flat on 20th of May and informed my friend that her notice for leaving the flat was over 20th April, so she would not be paying the rent for the period of 20th April - 20th May. My friend was unaware of any such notice. She also informed my friend that the owner asked her to collect the deposit from my friend in full because my friend is the person who was initially reimbursed by the unknown person. The overall agreement is supposed to be over in July and the unknown person is not willing to put in any effort to find a replacement, who will bear her share of the rent. My friend does not want to refund because her share of the rent needs to be collected from somewhere. Now the unknown person has lodged a police complaint that the owner and / or my friend is not giving back the money. The owner received a call from the police and informed my friend that he would not be involved in this matter and my friend and her flatmates should resolve the matter before police comes, otherwise they may have to vacate the apartment. What should she do now?
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, The owner is trying to safegirad his interest. There is no logic behind telling your friend that who will continue to stay in the falt and from when? Also there is no logic in asking for the refund of security deposit from your friend. The security depost has been given on the behalf of the unknown person to the landlord and the same wad reimnursed. So, in reality the security deposit is deposited with the owner. The owner is liable to pay back the deposit after any adjustment is any. It is a simple matter which is being unneceassry being complexed. If the police visits on result of the complaint by that unknown person, it should be very clearly said that, the deposit was made on behalf. You may take a consultation for further advice in this regard.
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Anonymous

Posted 11 months ago

Can a candidate whose Father and mother are both grade 3 govt employees with income more than 10 lakh can get NCL - OBC certificate ? I have heard that for govt employees's status of grade or class matters but not the income . Is it true ?
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, Income also matters.
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Vedant Lakhotia Exp: 3 Year(s) Kolkata
I live in Bangalore in a residential area. About 7 months ago, my neighbour rented his house to a commercial tiffin service kitchen. The noise being made by the daily operations has rendered my house unlivable. The employees of the kitchen are loud. The processed of preparing food and washing vessels, is source of continuous noise again. Repeated pleas to the owner of the business has resulted in very small changes. Can I take a legal recourse, as my family find itself without the respite of a house. Appreciate the advice. Thanks
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A. Dear Sir/Mam, Since your pleas has made less changes, you should take legal recourse. You should send them a Legal Notice straight away.
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