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Anonymous

Posted 1 week ago

Dear Sir, My previous roommate had not paid rent for few months. As a result, the owner deducted all the amount from the security deposit. My roommate assured me he will pay me back, but now he is saying he will not. The only proof I have is a whatsapp conversation. Can I send him a legal notice regarding the same?

A. Yes, you can definitely do that.
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Anonymous

Posted 2 months ago

Hello,,i m mr roshan from ahmedabad..i m civil work contracter..3 years ago i complete one project of around 2.5cr on contract base but company does not paying me full amount..now yet around 25lacs is pending..they r not picking up my phones and they dont meet me..i dont have any valid proof of contract..so now what should i do ?? Plz guid me..

A. an oral agreement is enforceable in the court of law. Provided, it fulfills other essentials (of Sec. 10) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 you have to prove it with sufficient evidence. Send a legal notice by a local advocate from Vidhikarya. If they don't reply or pay the remaining balance, then lodge a complaint with the local police station for breach of contract, breach of trust and cheating. Parallely file a winding up petition before NCLT
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Anonymous

Posted 2 months ago

Dear sir, before aim working in UAE, i have lost my job, i have little balance due in credit card, i think that the bank has made legal acction against me, so i have faced travel ban, how my travel ban effect my wife travel to uae .

A. write to the embassy of uae
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Hi, I have a interior design and architecture firm based in Baroda, Gujarat. We designed and executed interior and furniture for our client (also in Baroda ) and started works on site after he paid the initial advance amount. As the project developed further we demanded for further funds but he kept postponing the same by using some excuse or the other repeatedly. Currently we stopped work on site however almost 95% of works have been executed on site and even our extra material & tools are also kept as it is on site. When we demand for the payment he now denies to pay us the pending amount and also threatens us not to send our carpenters and painters to the site to recover the left over machines and materials. This attitude of his is creating a lot of problem for us to replay our labour teams and our supplier agencies. The client has been skilfully avoiding our calls and messages, or physical meetings. What are the rightful steps that I can take against the client. Kindly advice. Regards.

A. By advocate Rameshwor dadhe dear sir you should send legal notice from any local lawyer. For damages or losses. File recovery suit against them
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Anurag Thakur

Posted 2 months ago

Dear sir 5 years back my mother lent 18.0 lacs to my maternal cousin for his business needs in good faith. 4 years back when I came to know this I invited him and got an agreement signed mentioning details of money and repayment. He was supposed to payback the money in six months but he hasn't done this till date. Last month he gave us a cheque of 5.0 lacs that also returned unpaid. Now we are contemplating legal recourse to get our money back. Please suggest following queries. 1. Can money be recovered legally? 2. If yes, what will be expenses (monetary)? 3.what kind of lawyer is needed. Can you suggest any? 4.how much time will it take? Note-the money lent/given was my father's retirement benefits that we received after he died when he was still in service. Our family's only savings. Thanks and regards Anurag thakur

A. Send him a legal notice first and then file recovery suit. Kindly take paid consultation as your matter is the critical one keeping in mind the limitation period.
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I had lended 9 lakhs to an aquarium businessman who at the time seemed to be genuinely in need of money to run his business. I got a written agreement on a normal paper with a witness sign from my end and this aquarium businessmans signature. This agreement stated that he would repay my 9 lacks with an interest of 36% at the time of Rrepayment which was 9 months from the date the agreement was made. Its been 3 months now since i lended him the money. Recently i uncovered that this person had borrowed money from many other people ( most of whome were his customers ME INCLUDED) and promised them the same thing. This person has disappeared and not answering his calls or responding to mails. Is there any legal way to recover my money and what is the procedure. I am just a student and i don't have any money at the moment. PLEASE HELP!

A. Send him a legal notice.
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Hi, My query pertains to a hand loan given to a person but without any such agreement. This loan was given on a trust basis and the issue as such been over more than 10 years old. However, I had kept the mortgage property of the person who obtained a loan from me. My requirement is to sell this mortgage property(no PoA) and recover my dues. Is there a legal way to go about?

A. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge has given correct advice. Your keeping the papers of the property does not come under mortgage by deposit of title deeds. but a private lending is not prohibited unless those papers are pertaining to agricultural lands.
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Hi, I have a friend from my school days, lets call him “A” ...when is started a job in delhi i called him here and got sure he has a job at my firm and he started living with me & my friends in delhi.. later he moved to his cousins house in delhi .. Lets say his cousins name is “B” but we were close friend and i did help him get a job so we were always in touch and in 2016 he went to Canada for studies. He wants to settle there and so took student visa and starts to study there. Last year he called me and told me that he failed his third semester and needs money for fee since he already has taken loans and cannot take anymore loan. he asked me to take a loan in my name and he will keep paying the instalment, considering that he is my childhood friend & things will fall apart of he didn’t pay the fee i agreed. His cousin works with a bank so “B” got my loan approved of 6 lac and i then transfered it to “B” account and he later transfered it to “A”. A has been paying instalment so far but last month he didn’t pay the instalment and now he has his phone switched off. I have been calling his phone number in canada and it goes to voice mail. I’m the only earning member in the family.. I cannot take this monthly instalment of 14000 per month. We don’t have a documented agreement that i am giving him a loan but i made a NEFT account transfer to his cousin brothe “B” account. I am not sure if i will ever get my money back if he decides not to give it. All i have is some chat conversation and account details showing that money flowed into my account and then i transfered it to him. Anything i can do to get this resolved, also i am not sure how long will it take if I decide to sue him.

A. As per the transactions you have mentioned . You have transferred money I'm B account and he is in India. Good case. Contact for legal action. Need not to worry
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

Hi team, I have lended few lakhs to a person who gave me ideas of business and everything he was doing a fraud, there was no company opened. Also there are no proffs of money lended. Now he is doing fraud over and over. I want to get back my money from him. What can i do. I have thought of doing an FIR, but as a proff of payment made what can be taken as evidence,. As there was no witness as well. I have thought of going for a hidden vedio recording , where the accused will revel all the money he took as fraud, can this be taken as evidence or anything else can be done. please assist.

A. With a video recording of his admission and narrating the circumstances and dates of your lending, you can also go to file in civil and criminal Courts. I do not foresee Police will act fairly to help you in recovery. You should also have some witnesses when you record the video and preferable some one else should do it for you.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 months ago

Hello, Yesterday someone from the power company jumped my wall and cut the power by taking the fuse for delay in payment, It is no problem but is it legal for them to come when I'm not there and jump my wall? Or should they have waited for me? Is this legal or do I have rights?

A. Illegal
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