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Anonymous

Posted 1 day ago

Sir my father has is a primary school teacher.my father has two sons and three daughters.two daughter married and two sons married. I am not married. My elder brother is working in cdfd hydebad. My younger brother is working nrhm bhubaneswar. My father spend all his money to built a house in bbsr. My two brothers not spend money in this house. My two brother has two house in bhubaneswar.they are not caring my parents. I and my parent live in my house. My yonger brother and his children live in this house also. My father has expired in july 2019. After his death my brother and his wife behaved very roughly. My mother is always unhappy such type of behaviour. When my father alive we three are eating together. Now i and my mother are eating together. My age is 45.i am not married. My mother want to send my brother to his house.what is the rule for my mother. My mother can send my brother from this house to his house.please tell us how could we live .
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Deepak Shrivastava

Posted 1 day ago

Does a widow posses any right on the part of his father in-law's residential house after the death of his husband.
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Anonymous

Posted 5 days ago

What is the ligal way to take back sister's 5 moths old son after sister death for to nurse the child because my sister's husband given child to his sister parmanently and make this child own .Please suggest ligal way to back sister's child just to nurse

A. If your sister's husband has done this without any valid procedure then you can approach to the court and get an order against him for doing this.
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My Aunt (Father's Sister) was not available at the time of GIFT DEED written on my name by my GRAND PARENT'S and they have only two kids (DAD and AUNT) and my aunt has son and daughter and they live in Chennai and my AUNT is willing to give NO OBJECTION DOCUMENT. So can i take any NO OBJECTION Couriered to her and signed and returned back to me as a supporting document of GIFT DEED, So that i don't need her signature in future if i want to sell the property.

A. Dear Sir,
Now, it cannot happen.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 days ago

One family consists of a father, three boys and a girl. They have some land to inherit. It was written in June 2004 that the three brothers shared some land as parties, and in another document the father gave by the sons some land for his family's debt. It does not include survey Nos. And did not undergo registration. Not mutated until today. In December 2004, Father Mortgagee some land to the bank which is written to his sons. Now the two sons and daughter are suing the property. The lands were owned by the father even though they were shared on paper. This non-registered document is valid in court

A. Dear Sir,
You have to approach local lawyer with all relevant documents to get appropriate legal advise otherwise you may be misguided.
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A family have father, mother and two sons. Elder son got married and expired after 1 year. Now father applied for family member certificate by including mother, elder son and his wife, younger son. VRO ( village revenue officer) reject the application and suggested to apply without elder son wife as they come as another family. After father applying accordingly he got family member certificate and elder son wife got separate family member certificate with her and her husband(elder son). Now elder son wife complained to MRO ( mandal revenue officer) that, the certificate given to father should be cancel as he is her family only. Now MRO cancelled the family member certificate given to father. Now how much it is fair to cancel the family member certificate given to father and call him as fraud..? How father can get family member certificate again and prove as he is innocent..?

A. Your brother's wife also becomes family so she has to be included as successor after his death. Law will help more if u get Succession certificate to that effect
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NIKITA PRIYA

Posted 1 week ago

If I get marry at any mandir in presence of eye witness then can I able to get marriage Certificate in absence of our family

A. yes, you can get the marriage registered,
approach the office of concerned marriage registrar for the needful,
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My husband have 2 elder brothers both living in Delhi in one building (down stairs/upstairs) & we live in Haryana on rent due to my husband's job. The property is at the name of my mother-in-law. From the starting my mother in law was very much attached with my second brother-in-law and always happy to live with him. However, we both (my sister in law & me) never took objection if she wants to stay with us. My second brother in law was married after my marriage as earlier he was not ready to get married. After his marriage things were going well for only 6 months after that we saw different face of my sister in law. However, they have one son also who is 8 years old now. She was having relationship with another person outside and now she only want to have property and want to stay with his husband only for the property. My mother in law who was already very attached with my brother in law simply denied both of her other two son's that she is not ready to give anything to him (that means my husband and his first elder son). We just leave the matter as it is & didn't say anything to her. Now it has came to the notice from some sources that my second sister in law start beating my mother in law as well as his husband as she want hold of entire property. And very surprisingly my second brother in law has not taken any legal action uptill now. Earlier also there was so many fights between both of them and there was police complaint also but nothing happened to any of them and the things remain the same. Few months back both of them have a big fight or may be drama & my second brother in law insisted us to take the mother in law to our house and I bring them to our house. She stayed with us for 2 months but after that she told us that I want to go back to second son as she can't live without him and she is very worried about him. We tried to make her understand that you are not safe their but still he told us that I am ok staying there. However, to our surprise during those 2 months they don't have a single fight. When we took him back the fights started again and now just yesterday my mother in law called my mother and told her that I am not safe here. My husband and my first brother in law both are govt employees and my second sister in law once threatened my brother in law that if he will do any complaint or anything against her she will file any illegal case against him that can led to loss of his govt job. Due to which my brother in law is not actually ready to take any legal action. As we are not staying with them and living in other state police will not consider our complaint. Now I want two things : 1. Safety of my mother in law which is very very important. 2. Something against both of them who are playing game with my mother in law. My mother in law is taking pension from past 22 years and all the accounts details are with his second son. However, he never care for her as she required. His only aim is to increase bank balance. However, my mother in law is still in his favour. Please note that we cannot expect any action from my mother in law against any of them so please keep in mind while answering. If there is any other way so save her first of all then please. And even I am not sure if she will ready to stay with us forever as she cannot leave his second son throughout the life and his second son never go against her wife.

A. Dear Sir/Madam,
There are several provisions for protection of Senior Citizens as follows:
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The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act 2007
What are the important features of the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act 2007?
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Anonymous

Posted 2 weeks ago

I would like to know if a woman who has been in a live in relationship with her boyfriend for over 8 years can claim alimony or maintenance

A. Even as the Supreme Court has delivered a judgment that, a woman in a live-in relationship with a male partner is entitled to maintenance if the couple separate, if such a woman had mistakenly assumed she was married to her partner, she was indeed entitled.
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Anonymous

Posted 2 weeks ago

The chief of rssb guru don't meet us rejected our application form 10 years.
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