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icon fabricated charge 107 116 on me while I complaint only to save green trees

I have around 16 ancestral mango trees and now there are 7 partners for those trees in which 2 members was giving threat to me to cut all the trees without my presence, so for precautionary I had g

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A. Dear client,
In your case to protect your ancestral mango trees and handle the legal issues, you should file a civil suit in the local court to stop the members threatening to cut the trees. Ask for a temporary order to prevent any immediate action. Hire a local lawyer in Fatehpur, UP, to represent you in court. This lawyer can also ask the Magistrate to excuse you from appearing in person by submitting a request under Section 205 of the CrPC, so they can represent you in the case under Section ...ReadMore

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Can polices take my photo without checking my ID prove??


A. Dear Client,
Your query requires more details to address it suitably. You expressed your situation but not a cause of action that attracts a legal remedy. It is a virtual platform where in the absence of a specific cause of action suitable legal remedies cannot be suggested based on the standalone situation/circumstances. So, please revert to us with more details and a cause of action that requires a legal remedy.

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Can police seize my bike to check for any modification in the vehicle even in the case I have all the documents of my vehicle


A. Dear Client,
Yes, under Indian law, police have the authority to seize a vehicle if there is reasonable suspicion of any modification or alteration that violates the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, or other applicable laws. This includes modifications to the engine, chassis, or other components that are not in compliance with approved standards or regulations. Even if you possess all the documents of your vehicle, including registration and insurance papers, the police can seize the bike temporarily f ...ReadMore

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If someone caught by police during the drinking in public place and than they take him to the police station and filled the pabandi nama and tell him to go. Can you tell me what are the repercussions


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Pabandi Nama (Restriction Deed) The term "pabandi nama" refers to an undertaking or a written warning. By signing this document, the person acknowledges their offense and agrees not to repeat it. This is usually a formal way to ensure the individual understands the consequences of their actions and promises not to engage in the same behavior again. In many cases, signing a pabandi nama might mean the individual is released without further immediate legal action. This can serve as a ...ReadMore

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icon Penalty for my vehicle caused by freind

My bike get penakity which take by my freinds There are two freind one drive and one is sit back on the bike and the bikes number plate is slightly broked on the day before the incident front and the


A. Dear Sir,
It is a petty issue and you are lucky to get it a portion of fine amount from the rider of the two wheeler. The pillion rider is not suppose to share in the fine amount since you have allowed voluntary to use your vehicle at your risk.

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icon Enquiry about fine admitted bya another person on my vehicle

If a another freind take my vehicle for an hospital case and it's cause a penalty fine for he didn't obey traffic rule on my vehicle .then who want to pay the penalty me or the respected stranger


A. Dear Client,
In the situation where your friend took your vehicle for a hospital case and incurred a penalty fine for violating traffic rules, the responsibility for paying the fine under Indian law generally falls on the driver who committed the infraction. Here’s a detailed explanation of the legal aspects and practical steps to address this situation:

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Traffic Violations and Penalty Responsibility:

Under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, the responsibility fo ...ReadMore

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can a police officer threaten to seize my license just because i wasn't wearing a helmet because i was on my house gate even though i cooperated and stopped when he signaled?

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2 months ago


A. Dear Client,
According to Section 129 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, riding a two-wheeler without a helmet in violation of traffic rules is a punishable offense. The fine varies according to state, in Karnataka, a fine of 1000 is imposed along with the suspension of license for 3 months. If required, you can consult an advocate for advice and assistance in the matter.
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icon Parking Cars on a Narrow - 7 meter wide road

I reside in flat which is a Ground floor flat.The entry is from the road which is only 7 meter wide. On the opposite side there is another building having similar Ground floor flat.The owner of the op

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2 months ago


A. Dear Client,
You can discuss the issue with the owner and try to solve the matter amicably. Though the person has a right to park the vehicle on his side of the road, the same should not cause trouble or nuisance to the neighbors. In case of such inaction, you can file a mass complaint to the concerned municipality and seek the remedy.
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icon Police siezd bike without fir

My family member meet with small accident in which they and opposite person gets minor injury so may family members get's the person hospital do everything and the person didn't complain about it but

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2 months ago


A. Dear Client,
even when there is no damage caused the police can retain vehicle only for 24 hrs but if they do so beyond that then you can file a complaint at the magistrate to direct the police to release the vehicle When the police seize the property and report it to the Magistrate during a trial, the Magistrate may make an order under Section 457(2) CrPC to dispose or deliver the property to the person entitled to the possession of the property on the conditions which the Magistrate thinks fi ...ReadMore

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icon Consequences of Adding late before father's name when status of living not known

My father was accused of the murder of my mother when I was 2 yrs old and hence I have not seen him till now. He hasn't contacted me and I also didn't file any FIR as I don't feel any affection toward

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3 months ago


A. Dear client, a person is to be declared dead if he hasn't been heard for 7 years. At first you have to file a missing complaint in the police station and after that you have to file a suit in civil court to get a declaration that the person is dead. Then you can declare your father as a dead person and can use late in the documents of yours.

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