partnership - property is owned by partners partnership - property is owned by partners

if property is owned by partners but what if one wants to sale it & other one not agreeing with it?

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,

To sell the property co-owned by you, you’ll have to send a legal notice to the other partner asking to sell the property if that person doesn’t agree with you then you can take the case to the civil court.

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Investment in startup company in India Investment in startup company in India

I invested (through online bank transfers) in a registered tech startup company in India almost 2 years ago, and they still did not give me a shareholding certificate. They kept delaying until Dec 202

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Client,
It is advised not to share PAN number even though it is unlikely to be used for fraud it is wise not to share without full knowledge of how and what is needed.

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Business partnership - My father and uncle were working together Business partnership - My father and uncle were working together

My father and uncle were working together from last 25 years. our business was of surgical healthcare both used to run the business together the business was registered under my uncle's name as proper

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Client

As per the facts which have been provided, you may file a suit in the Court regarding your concerns and demand for your share in the business.

Hope this clarifies your query and requirement.

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False accusation of taking money without any evidence or bank transfer False accusation of taking money without any evidence or bank transfer

My friend had taken an amount of 10 Lakh Rupees from a person he knew infront of me for doing business in cash without any paperwork or paper trail. His business was of buying and selling preused cars

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Dear client,
You can file a case against him for harassment and even defamation. Moreover, if this in court then you can file a case against him for providing false information to legal authorities. You can ask your other friend to back you up.
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Sake holder Sake holder

Hello sir/madam our shop is in Chamu, jaipur (Rajasthan) Anaj Mandi. There are three partners in this shop. My father's age is 80, his memory is also weak. My father wants to do that shop in my na

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear Client,
Your father can make a gift deed in your favour and you will become the ultimate owner of the shop. The gift deed is possible when the shop is bought by your father in his name and not a ancestral property.
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intercast marrige intercast marrige

girl cast is st and boy cast is obc can we get benfits of money from goverment of maharastra

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Hi,
In Maharashtra, the government wants to promote inter-caste marriages to finish the caste discrimination from the state that why the government started a beneficiary scheme in the favour of inter-caste marriage which is known as the “Maharashtra Inter-Caste Marriage Scheme”. Under this scheme, the government provides an incentive to the married couple if a boy or girl from the general category will marry with the scheduled caste boy or girl.
-Under this scheme Rs. 50000/- will be given ...ReadMore

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Father’s Business after his death Father’s Business after his death

My father and his business partner have their business under the name of their spouses i.e, my mother and the wife of father’s business partner. My father passed away last November. Can the business

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Posted 9 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
On records your mother is partner of that business. She can immediately get issue a legal notice claiming her share in the Business or approach Civil Court by filing a appropriate suit claiming settlement of accounts thus interest of your family will be protected.

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NRI Partners in the FIRM Giving trouble us to sell our share NRI Partners in the FIRM Giving trouble us to sell our share

My father is being a share holder (10%) and his mother (10%) of the firm (Movie Theatre) since past 25 years with other relatives as partner (HUF), The managing partner and their children are NRI's be

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Dear Sir/ Madam,
The partners have what is called a fiduciary duty to the company. In general, this means they must act with the best interests of the company in mind, above and beyond their own self-interest. If your business partner breaches their fiduciary duty to either you or the company, it may be necessary to sue. Especially if the conduct is ongoing or severely harmful to the business.
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Cheated by my former business partner Cheated by my former business partner

Hi, I am from Burdwan. During the end of 2017, I came in close contact with one of my friend and discussed with him about my future. He then advised me to start a new business and also shared his own

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Dear Sir
If it is not registered partnership then you cannot go to the civil Court but you can lodge complaint with police. If it is registered then you can file a suit and get partnership dissolved and accounts settled as per law and as per terms of partnership deed.

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Partnership Partnership

Our partner ship firm registered and it is 11 year old . Now 1 partner want to exit without adding new partner . Please tell what will be the impact of this action ?

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
Since the partnership is registered, it would make the ensuing processes a little more niche. It is not a mandate for two-partner firms to dissolve when any of them leaves. However, if you want to continue as a partnership firm only then you shall have to approach the registrar's office and post your query.
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