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i went to a night club last year with some friends, they clicked our photos. recently i came to know that they uploaded them on their Facebook page. i contacted the club to get them deleted as i dont


A. Dear Client
If the club has posted your photo without taking your consent then you have all the rights to ask him to delete or remove the photos from the public domain as that would certainly mean that your privacy has been invaded.
In case the club is not listening to you then send them a legal notice through a lawyer to get the photos removed.
Please get in touch with Vidhikarya team to proceed with the legal notice.

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Whether the fingerprint of a person can be shared to a third-party without him/her consent? What is the punishment for sharing with a third-party without him/her consent?


A. Dear Sir,
Such sharing is an offence and the punishment depends upon for what purpose it was used.

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icon Apartment association members sending false notices

Apartment association had sent a notice stating with 2 rupee interest on not giving the Painting expenses by delaying a month. It leads to defaming us and they are sending notices that further actions

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2 months ago


A. Dear Client,
In case of false and malicious legal notices, you can refute it by sending counter legal notice and demand them to stop the false claims and threatens. Further, if the issue escalates, you can also take a legal action by filing a civil suit against the apartment association for the charges of harassment and defamation.
Hope this helps.
Thank you.

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icon Love and marriage

I was love in one person 8yrs last 15 days his avoiding me his blocked my number all social media. Last month he went home her brother marriage after few days this will happens there family don't acce

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2 months ago


A. Dear Client,

If the matter remains unresolved despite attempts at mutual resolution, and if you possess substantial evidence to support your claim, you can file a complaint at the local police station against the perpetrator under Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for rape and Section 354 of the IPC for outraging the modesty of a woman. Both offenses are cognizable and non-bailable. Seeking guidance from a legal advocate is advisable to navigate the process effectively. Additionally, ...ReadMore

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icon EX Blackmailing

Ex is blackmailing me and now has sent our past pics to my husband. Im not sure what would he be doing next. I have blocked him for more than 2 years but he decided to ruin my life my sending pic to m

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2 months ago


A. Dear client, this will be an unwarrented situation for you. You can file a complaint in the police station for blackmailing or extortion under sec 384 of ipc along with the offence of criminal intimidation under sec 503 of ipc.

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icon Mental torcher by lecturer

I met with an accident and fractured my right hand, so i wasnt able to write my internals, due to which the lecturer kept humiliating me in front of other students, and talked to me in a unethical man

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3 months ago


A. Dear Client,
In the given scenario, you need to bring the matter to the notice of the Head of the Institution and if no developments or changes in the behavior of the concerned lecturer is observed, then You can escalate your grievance before the regulatory authority UGC/AICTE, To streamline the stakeholders' grievance redressal mechanisms, UGC has merged its existing portals/ helplines except Anti Ragging Helpline and developed a new portal "UGC e-samadhan: A step forward: Service to Stake Hol ...ReadMore

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icon Social harrasment- bullying

Sir i was working and i met a boy there.he used to talk normally.but after some days his behaviour started to change .he used to follow me everywhere .one fine day he cut his hands wrote a letter with

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4 months ago


A. The best option way out is to be out of site and out of mind and so if possible rent out your property and relocate to some other metro city and find the job over there. Mumbai will be one of the best option. as few years will pass by things will settled down and then you can restart your life with a new partner.

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icon UNIVERSITY COLLEGE FEE ISSUE

university is asking fee for future fee without studing

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5 months ago


A. Dear Client,
Based on the limited facts you can approach the High court and for further assistance please brief on the facts a little more.
Thankyou

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icon Illegal Construction and Invasion by neighbours

Hello, We live in a multi-storey building of 2 floors. We live in the upper floor, as per the housing rules and market customs the ones living on ground floor can construct their house till their gate

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6 months ago


A. Dear Client,
To address these concerns, you may want to consult with a property or real estate attorney who can provide advice tailored to the specific laws and regulations in your jurisdiction. Document the instances of intrusion, damages, and any fake promises made by your neighbors. A legal professional can guide you on potential legal actions, such as sending a cease and desist letter, pursuing a civil lawsuit for trespassing or nuisance, or exploring mediation to resolve the dispute amicabl ...ReadMore

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icon Call girl scam

I had got an ad about call girls so i started texting them they told to pay 500 first I paid then they gave me location and told me that I must pay the rest amount i paid that to then they asked me 4k

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6 months ago


A. Dear Client,
Blackmail is a criminal offense in India, and you have the right to report it to the police and get an FIR lodged with the nearest police station.

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