icon Property - Bombay High Court has asked clarification from the government

Bombay High Court has asked clarification from the government whether is willing to grant relief to those societies and private entities who have made applications for land conversion from leasehold t


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The Court's Order's crucial part needs to be accurately quoted within inverted commas for proper comprehension and response. It appears that the Hon'ble High Court has requested clarification from the Government regarding granting relief to societies and private entities seeking land conversion from leasehold to FreeHold. The Court will determine its next steps based on the Government's submission or lack thereof during the upcoming Appeal hearing. If a deadline, such as March 7, ...ReadMore

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Can I get a partition in the free agriculture land property provided by government to my father, If yes can I sell it? Because my father is no more and my mother is bed ridden. Now my brother is denyi


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Section 43 of the Bombay Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1948, mandates that agricultural land cannot be transferred through various means (sale, gift, exchange, mortgage, lease, assignment, or partition) without the Collector's permission. In cases where the deceased father leaves the land without a will (intestate), all surviving legal heirs are entitled to an equal share. To obtain their individual shares, legal heirs must file a partition suit in the civil court, preceded ...ReadMore

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## Subject: Gated Community Association Legal Advice Request Dear Sir/Madam, We, the residents of [Name of Gated Community], located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, require your legal advice on the follo


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Upon the formation of a cooperative housing society or apartment owners association under the State-specific Act and Rules, the Promoter/Developer is obligated to transfer control of buildings or apartments to the Society or Association within the stipulated timeframe set by state laws. Following the completion of the handover process, the activities of the Society or Association are governed by its bylaws. Any matters, including re-registration, renewal, or disputes with the Prom ...ReadMore

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icon Property issue

Hello sir/madam My father own a house on a land, we are staying here from more than 30 years. We have our buying paper, i.e the legal paper on which it's written that we bought the land. Now, we want


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To construct another building on the same land, obtaining approval for the building plan from the municipal authority is a prerequisite. If your neighbor attempts to hinder the construction by obtaining a court injunction on potentially frivolous grounds, you can contest the case in court to have the injunction lifted. After successfully contesting the case and having it disposed of or dismissed, you can take legal action against your neighbor. This may involve serving a legal not ...ReadMore

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icon E-Katha application in Karnataka

I purchased 2 30X40 plots 20 years ago near Bangalore ( Anekal Taluk). But these were registered as a single plot ( 40X60) in my sale deed. The plot numbers were also mentioned in the document. Since


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A rectification deed is a legal document designed to correct errors or inaccuracies in documents such as sale deeds and title deeds. It becomes essential when there are mistakes or anomalies that affect the record or deed, particularly when applying for an E-Khata. Approval from a sub-registrar is contingent upon establishing that the original document indeed contains an error.

For a rectification deed to be registered, both parties involved in the contract must consent to the pr ...ReadMore

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icon Daughter died before September 9-2005 will her children claim ancestral property

Hi, My grandmother has four children: 3 daughters and 1 son. My mother died ( February 2005 ) Note: 1. My grandfather got a property from his father. 2. After my grandfather died, it was transferre


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An individual acquires the right to ancestral property by birth. Ancestral property typically refers to assets inherited for four or more generations, which have not been divided or sold. In the context of property inherited from a grandmother, the grandchildren are entitled to an equal share in the ancestral property from their birth. Similarly, property inherited from a grandfather is also considered ancestral.

In the current situation, to claim your rightful share in the inher ...ReadMore

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icon Society Maintenance Interest Waiver

I have bought flat in auctioned flat on which maintenance is due for last 4 years since flat is vacant. Also there is interest levied on it. Can I get any waiver on maintenance or interest on it. Soci


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When a buyer purchases a property through an auction, they generally inherit any outstanding dues or liabilities associated with that property. These outstanding dues may include any financial obligations owed by the previous owner or the property itself. It is the responsibility of the buyer to clear these dues after acquiring the property.

In the context of a society, the principle of non-discrimination and the protection of common interests of all members often prevent the soc ...ReadMore

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icon Tenant escaped without paying 3 months rent and electricity bill

How can I lodge a complaint against my tenant as he has left my house locked with his own lock and keys and ran away without paying the monthly rent as well as the electricity bills?


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If you are dealing with an errant tenant, you have several options to address the situation:

1. File a Complaint at Local Police Station:
- Visit your local police station and file a complaint against the errant tenant.
- Provide details of the issues you are facing and any evidence you may have.

2. Private Complaint to the Magistrate under Sec. 200 Cr. PC:
- You can also file a private complaint directly with the Magistrate concerned under Section 200 of the Criminal P ...ReadMore

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icon Illegal Consrtuction

in a Cooperative housing society building most of the members have merged their balconies into a hall. So is this allowed? if not can BMC take action against this, under which section?


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If any construction in an existing building deviates from the approved building plan of the Municipal Corporation, the wrongdoer may be subject to legal and penal action under the state-specific Act and Building rules. Once the competent authority, i.e., the Municipal Corporation, is made aware of such unauthorized construction, it has the authority to take legal action against both the society and the individual flat owners involved. The legal consequences for unauthorized constr ...ReadMore

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icon SRA Flat Transfer

I purchased an SRA flat in the year 2014. Now, I want to transfer it to my name after completing the 10-year lock-in period. However, the issue is that the original owner is deceased, and there is no


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Create someone else as his legal heir from your side and get an affidavit and transfer in your name.

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