Conviction of 7 years under ipc 420, 467 Conviction of 7 years under ipc 420, 467

Hi , My uncle has been convicted by session court for 7years under ipc 420, 417, 467(2) , 468 ,471. What are the chances of getting bail from high court now. He had been on trial for 4years after gett

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,

Hiring an experienced criminal lawyer can increase the chances of getting bail in an offense committed under section 420 of the IPC which is a non-bailable offense. In cases like this, it is a tough job to get bail, therefore, it is advisable to engage a lawyer who is expert in handling criminal cases. A competent criminal lawyer can help in drafting a proper and appealing bail application which would, in turn, increase the chances of bail being granted by the Court.

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The employer is refusing to give a reliving letter The employer is refusing to give a reliving letter

My husband was working in Government Stamp and revenue department as a network engineer deputed by Bangalore-based Quess corp limited. The project was closed on 15th Nov'21 and he keep on mailing the

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Madam,

E-mail representations may not work out. Better send legal notice by registered post & also approach office of Labour Commissioner to solve your problem. Further you may approach higher authorities in person.

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Regarding fee payment in a central university where i will not study for 1 year Regarding fee payment in a central university where i will not study for 1 year

I am studying in a central government institute. Now in my final year i am doing my thesis project under a professor from different University (2nd University). So I will stay , study and do my projec

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Client
The college might have some rules or regulations regarding the payment of fees. You must check the documents and then talk to the college authorities firstly, in case you feel there's any kind of injustice you have been through. or you may approach the civil court for the same.
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Complat MC haibowal Complat MC haibowal

MC Haibowal sewrage connection fraud

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Dear Client,
To address a public grievance, you can submit a public interest lawsuit petition and also approach the media and social media. let us know if you require any further clarifications.
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Release of fund Release of fund

How long can government take to disburse/release fund of approved bills ?

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Dear Client,
This is a very subjective question. The type of bill matters and usually, they tend to specify the time frame by when the funds will be released in the parliament and the bill. So, a more narrowed question is required to give a definite answer.
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No prior intimation given by Muncipal Corporation regarding increase in rent No prior intimation given by Muncipal Corporation regarding increase in rent

We have received sudden notice to pay increased in rent for shops provided by municipal corporation on rental basis. No prior intimation was given and no fresh agreement held between we and Municipal

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may approach the High Court or Civil Court to get such notice stayed as it is not justifiable to claim such enhanced rent without notice. Your Advocates may help you to get favorable orders.

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Regarding creamy layer status of ClassI officers wife in government of karnataka Regarding creamy layer status of ClassI officers wife in government of karnataka

Hi Sir, Am a Class I officer in government of karnataka, My Wife is also trying for government job. we belong to Category II A, so can my wife claim II A category while applying for job since my incom

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
Yearly income of above 8 lakhs pa would mean that a non-eligibility for the creamy layer status. Fortunately, in your case,, your spouse's parents income and status will be considered and not yours.
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Msme case Msme case

Sir i have filed a case in MSME court in 2017 against PWD Assam, now court advise for conciliation with PWD and PWD already put up our case now my question is that my principle amount is 8.54 lacs pen

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
You will get the full amount of Rs.8.54 lakhs. The interest will depend on the facts and circumstances of the case.
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Regarding Obc Certificate (Creamy and non-creamy layers) Regarding Obc Certificate (Creamy and non-creamy layers)

1.Can i get Obc Ncl certificate by only showing my father's salary?? 2.My mother is B Grade employee and my father is unemployed. Can i get Obc Ncl certificate?? 3.My Mother's annual salary is above 8

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
For OBC-NCL certificate, salary is not to be calculated, however, income from other sources is to be evaluated.
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Labour law and Election Model code of conduct Labour law and Election Model code of conduct

I am working in government in contract for the last 7 + years(continuous service). Last agreement is going to expire in January 2021. But now our higher-ups have asked for agreement signing from this

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
You may send a request application to the higher authorities and ask for clarifications regarding certain terms of your contract.

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