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Hello, so i am starting civil contract work. But being a new firm i didn't get any project. So i thought to meet my friend(as he already have firm which works in civil project) . But there is one problem what if he cheats when he gets payment. I may face loss. So what i thought personally is , i can get partnership in his company and by getting partnership i may also get partnership in his company's current account(as a joint account holder) .so whenever he withdraw money he needs my signature. Or second way - we both may have agreement that his company will transfer all the work to my company(as i have new firm) as subcontractor . And will also move all the money to my company's account. Now(1) i want to ask is there any other way ? (2) above methods are applicable ? Any of them? (3) what would you suggest in such situation? (4) what papers i need to make before starting work or what kind of agreement i need to make ? (5) your personal advice to take any step ? Note - i have mutual trust on my friend but in today's time no one is neat and clean ..money makes everyone greedy. Hope will get better solution. Thanks

A. Dear Client, There are two things.One is Fact and the other one is Law. Fact is you do not trust or you have no faith. Better you do not do business with the person concerned. Law is... You have go for a Company,Ask him to invest. Go for proprietorship Firm/Construction Firm. Go for a Partnership Firm. Have you MOU otherwise. Build your credibility through quality work with competitive price. Remember, Construction Industry is the only successful Industry in India at the moment. Choice is yours. Shanti Ranjan Behera, Advocate
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We had installed mobile tower long back and Leased is over in 2012,but the company has bankrupt way back and all the things are ceased. We have not received any rent or amount from last 12 years. We want to remove this property or if we can sell it to. Any other mobile company. Please advice us the best way.

A. Dear Sir, Get issue a legal notice and get file a civil suit and through court attach the property get it sold through court only. Otherwise criminal case may be registered against you.
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What is procedure for section143 mentioned in title and mortgage for loan

A. Dear client there are different forms of rules applicable in different states about section 143.kindly provide more details with your property status and State.
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My husband is working in private firm from last 1and half year as HR and Admin Manager. Now they are hiring another person on same post and said to my husband that he handover all work to the new appointed person and giving pressure on my husband for resignation. While my husband is saying that he is not ready for resign. According to appointment letter my husband is demanding 3months salary or notice period but they are ready on this point and continuously giving pressure for resign. Please help us

A. Dear client if you are not happy with the separation allowance/money then you have the right to go to the Court of Law or file police complaint against pressure for work.
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Let me put you in short that I had rented my flat in Jan this year. A tenant approached me through online advertisement. He paid me two month rent one as advance and other as security deposit. He stayed for two months starting from March to April. On may 12 he messaged me that he would vacate the house due to some medical emergency but had not paid the rent for that month. I messaged him back on WhatsApp that as per agreement he has to give notice of one month in advance and should clear all his dues including MAY month's rent to which he agreed. I approached him in the month of June to clear all dues and vacate the house so that I can place another tenant. He came once in June and agreed to clear all dues. Almost every month I messaged him on WhatsApp and requested him to clear the dues.He always cited either financial problems, job commitments and family issues and kept on asking time for the payment. Yesterday when I again Reminded him of payment he said he will not pay anything except electric and water charges. My point is the tenant approached in the month of May that he would vacate the house and has not paid for may month and wants to adjust the security deposit for the said month and actually vacates the house in June month. He was not available at flat for the June month. As per the agreement he should give one month prior notice before vacating. He initially agrees to pay but at last he denies. What legal action can I take against him? I have all conversation with me in my whatsapp.

A. Dear Client, First, send him a Legal Notice through an Advocate. Second Step, File a Case in the Court of law through an Advocate for recovery of Rent with interest,and also legal expenses of the case you have filed. Try to find out an Advocate through Vidhikarya.com Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Hi, I am purchasing agri land in karnataka, however i dont own any agri land as per norm. My father holds agri land in AndhraPradesh and has a passbook against the same. may i get a notary against the passbook to get into lineage to purchase the land in karnataka if i got my family tree done and produce the same along with the passbook of the land holding my fathers name pertaining to the agri land, i should be able to purchase without any issues?

A. Dear Client, If you want to purchase agriculture land in Karnataka, As per Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act 1961, the non-agricultural income of a purchaser who must be an agriculturist should not exceed Rs 2 lakhs per year and you or your ancestral must be agriculturist . You have to divulge the income proof else your agricultural land will be confiscated by the Karnataka Government even after purchased the land by giving some compensation on market value. You can contact a local expert Advocate with the help of Vidhikarya.com That Local Lawyer will give his expert opinion on the applicability of documents of Andhra Pradesh,production of genealogy, latest amendment if any etc. Shanti Ranjan Behera,Advocate
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What is bond agreement between teacher and institute if I break the bond means I leave the institute before the bond time Then what I do ?

A. dEAR CLIENT! PL. COMPLY WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS OF MY LEARNED ADVOCATE COLLEAGUES. For details, pl. contact some advocate through vidhikarya.com
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Hi, Recently I have resigned from a company and moved to same line of business company due to my area of expertise. However, I have been pressurised from my previous company to leave my current company due to non compete signed with my previous company on a 100 rupee stamp paper and this paper says that I can't join the same domain company for the next two years, though I had a very genuine conversation with them and said that I won't follow any unethical practices. Still they are forcing me legally to leave my current company. Now, I want to know if I can continue with my current employer with out doing any unethical work. Also, I have already received my complete release documents from my previous organization. Thanks in advance.

A. Dear Client, Since you have already resigned and received release documents from previous Employer Company then there is no problem in working for another new company. But, your Contract with previous company has to be looked in to minutely. So, best option for you would be to be in touch with an Advocate whom you know or get one through Vidhikarya.com. Your’s is not the first case in India. There might be other cases as well in your previous company Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Hi, I am planning to buy agricultural land, in Karnataka, where market rate is 5 times circle rate, is this normal? how do i make payment here, to make it all legal?? usually property is registered on circle rate, how do i adjust the extra amount??

A. Dear Client, First check if you come under the following category.. The person should be an agriculturist or an agricultural worker by profession to purchase agricultural land. ... The Karnataka Land Reforms Act now does not allow non-agriculturists whose income is more than Rs 2 lakh per annum to buy farm land. Then other things will follow. Shanti Ranjan Behera, Advocate
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Dear Sir/Madam i have signed an agreement with a contractor for interior decoration of my house on April'18.Contract amount is 10 lakhs and the contractor supposed to finish all work within 10th of sept'18 (as per agreement).I have already paid him 8.5 lakhs (85% of total amount ) but the contractor has only done 40% of total work and also cross the time line.Now he is denying to continue the work.Please suggest what step should i take now.

A. Dear client kindly issue legal notice through lawyer if they didn't reply you then file complaint into police station about breach of trust
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