What should I do mismatch in name and father's name in my 10/12 marksheet and addhar/pan? What should I do mismatch in name and father's name in my 10/12 marksheet and addhar/pan?

1) There is a mismatch is sequence of my name in 10 and 12 marksheet(cbse) what to do is it ok? In 10 th - Surname Name Name In 12 th- Name Middlename Surname 2) But my name in my addhar/pan is d

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Posted 9 months ago


A. Hi,
No issues would arise. You don't need to worry.
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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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Rameshwar  Dadhe

Rameshwar Dadhe

OBC non creamy layer certificate OBC non creamy layer certificate

My father's income is 3.25Lakh. But Shanbog has mentioned the collective agricultural land of our earlier joint family along with application which is 44acres. But families got divided few years back

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Posted 9 months ago


A. Hi,
You can approach the local patvari and get papers from him supporting your contention of land division.


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Anish  Palkar

Anish Palkar

Mumbai suburban

am i obc ncl? am i obc ncl?

my caste is obc. i want to know if iam eligible as obc-ncl. my parents income monthly as per ration card is 20,000 rs. i want an answer immediately as i am a jee aspirant.

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Posted 10 months ago


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Yes, you will also fall within the non-creamy layer of OBCs.
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Action against official for failing to comply section 76 of Indian evidence act. Action against official for failing to comply section 76 of Indian evidence act.

if any officer/staff/etc. Refused to provide the certified copies of documents/records under section 76 of the Indian evidence act to the applicant! Then is there any remedy/options available to make

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
You can seek relief by filing a mandamus writ petition in the High Court. The official can be punished under Section 166 .
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Ashutosh  Patel

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evidentiary value of a document. evidentiary value of a document.

Sir, we have a document called "inampatrak" on which the sign is photo copied and the official and designation seals are original. So is it legally admissible in the court? Do we need to write the tru

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
Yes, you will need true copies of the relevant documents.
A true copy is the original document itself. An attested copy is when one's signature is affixed to a true copy, to signify that they have understood and affirmed its contents. Certified copies are official copies of original documents, issued by the Government.
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GST Registration GST Registration

What is the procedure for GST registration via Aadhaar?

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
For GST registration via Aadhaar you must submit your Aadhaar Card along with the application for registration under GST. After this, they need to e-verify the same on the GST portal. An OTP will be sent on the mobile number and email ID linked to the Aadhaar card. Only upon entering this OTP, the Aadhaar will get e-validated. Following this, whenever a taxpayer files his returns or uses any services on the GST portal, an OTP will be sent on the mobile number and email ID, which is linked t ...ReadMore

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different parent surname in my document compare to their documents. different parent surname in my document compare to their documents.

In my aadharcard, pancard, passport, Driving license my name: Jay Arora father name : Pramodkumar Tikayaram Arora (mother name in passport : Santoshben Pramodkumar Arora) In my school Lc , degree

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hello
For adhar name change you can file a case before jmfc.

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Sushama Mohan Sarangpure

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Sc Caste certificate Sc Caste certificate

I just want to validate if my sc caste certificate will be valid for government exams or not. My family hails from UP and they migrated to mumbai, i am born and brought up in mumbai and my caste cert.

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
Yes, the certificate would be valid. You can have the spelling corrected by making an application.
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Ownership transfer Ownership transfer

I have a vehicle I bought 3 years ago. I did not change the owner then. Now I was to sell the vehicle but I am not able to reach out to the first owner of the vehicle. What should be the procedure?

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
You will have to approach the police to assist you in locating the original owner.
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Notary Notary

If the person is outside india and still some other person signs the legal declaration with the developer can that document be considered as valid documents. And what action can be taken against suc

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
If the person was not a GPA holder, then the documents would not be valid as the signature was a forgery. The same can be proved before the Court.
The offender can be punished for fraud and forgery under Sections 420 and 464 IPC.
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Sidhaarth  S

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