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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 11 months ago

How much average time is taken to decide a case in high court
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A. dear client in your matter It depends upon case to case high court to court and j even udge to judge to judge also.However in case of a urgent and genuine case, u can file an application for early hearing if there is no date of hearing and if it is rejected then move supreme court for a direction to high court for early disposal of the case.
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The colony members have decided to pay 500 RS per month individually to hire a security guard. Is it compulsory for me as a tenant to pay the amount ..as they are threatening me to bear consequences and mass boycott...
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A. dear client in your case Society members terms & conditions and bye-laws permit pay the amount or vice versa.However in the interest of security & cooperation of members & welfare are the prime factors to be considered.
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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 11 months ago

How much time is taken to remove the stay order in the high court
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A. dear client in your case Any stay from court of justice can be removed any time.You fails to mention stay whether it criminal or civil and permanent/ temporary.
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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 11 months ago

Landlord make a false agreement with my sign I got permission for verification of sign from the court If the report comes not in my favor Can I get the chance to oppose the report
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A. dear client in your matter In the first instance there no question of verification report not being proved as the verification done as per procedure & from the competent designated authority.In such an event better to consult a property lawyer to guide & help you quickly.
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Landlord made a false agreement with my sign .court allowed me for verification of sign but he got stay on such order from high court Do the district court can give the judgement
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A. dear client in your matter In the present situation you need to get his stay quashed from the High court only. District court has no power to override the order of the High Court because of hierarchy.
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Rakesh Gupta

Posted 11 months ago

Landlord make a rent agreement on rs 100 stamp paper the rent was 6600 per month it is legal
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A. dear client in your matter The same is legal and you are liable to pay if both the parties have signed that agreement.
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Mr Sukhani and his family started living in our house from 1962-63 on verbal agreement with my grandfather. Every month they pay us a meagre amount of rent with full facility and use the property on their will. They do not seek any kind of permission for anything like repair or whitewash or wiring or anything related to maintainance of their flat. Now Mr Sukhani expired in 2017 but his wife and children and grandchildren still refuses to leave the apartment. Kindly suggest whether the occupancy is legal or illegal and advice the necessary course of action at the earliest.
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A. dear client your Property is in which state?You matter is complex in nature. Please consult for an advice.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

Sir, we have given our house on rent to a person from last 10 months...but as now we want to move in the house...so we had inform him 2 month prior verbally.....but as it now he is refusing to vacant the house...plz suggest what can we do ..so that he vacant our house as soon as possible
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A. dear client in your matter Please share across the copy of the rent agreement to get a professional advice.
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Me and my friend are the 'Licencees ' on the leave and license agreement as tenants. We share the rent and deposit. My friend wants to leave by giving the landlord 30 day notice. However I want to wait till the contract expires. Is it legal for her to give notice without my agreementor. As it's a joint contract between us however this decision isn't a Joint decision .
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A. dear client Yes of course. In your case you can claim 50 % rent from her till expiry of agreement period but if you want to sue on her then kindly engage experienced commericial lawyer.
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The tenancy contract is on my and my friends name . she wants to give the owner the 30 days notice and Leave. However I want to stay . Due to this disagreement. Is it legal for one to leave without my agreement on the 30 day notice ? As we share the rent expense and deposit. Please help
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A. dear client kindly engage lawyer for better legal setllement.
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