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Harish Parna

1. I have bought the land land in 2015 at a rate of 3812.5/- per square yard, the registered value of the land in the registered document is 600/- per square yard. 2. Present market value of my land

Posted 6 days ago


A. See whenever the land is acquired by government they fix up a rate for the land but the rate is almost equal to the market value (the government fixed rate, registration value) and not an arbitrary number. If they have fixed such a low value then do not accept their offer and they will be forced to increase it. If they do not do so then send a letter to the Land Acquisition Officer denying to agree the offer and sign the papers.
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Anonymous

I want to purchase a property. This property is registered on a lady having six sons. She made a registered will giving this land to 5 of her sons . Now she died about 10 years ago now these 5 sons w

Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear Client,

You can secure your rights in the property if all four and legal heir(s) of the deceased brother sign the selling deed. If the legal heir of the deceased sibling is unwilling to sign the sale deed, have them sign a relinquishment deed.

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Facing prolonged leakage issues from apt above me, as per society rules, paid 50% for necessary repairs, but issue still persists. Society management and the occupants above tend to ignore repeated co

Posted 1 week ago


A. Send the society and the owner of the above flat a legal notice asking them to fix it permanently or else you shall be going to the court for their apathy. After the legal notice if they donot do anything then move the court against them seeking the relief from the court.
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Anonymous

My father had gifted me roof of the house owned by him. I got the gift deed registered and constructed house on first floor for my family. Now after the demise of my parents my sister is demanding 50%

Posted 1 week ago


A. If you have a gift deed registered in your name then you are undoubtedly the owner of that part of the property and your sister cannot ask for any right in that. You are right that only the ground floor remains an ancestral property and that can only be divided.
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Agreement of Sale is registered at the Sub Registrar office, with time limit of 4 months. If seller cancels, the consideration amount of 4% will be given back as per the agreement. If purchaser cancel

Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may get issue a legal notice as per the terms of agreement and cancel the same.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

Please give me FIVE STAR if satisfied by my answers and you may approach me through Vidhikarya for further clarifications.
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Hi, I have 10 kottah of Industrial Land and I have already sold 5 kottah to one party (Party 1) and am currently in the process of selling the other half to another party (Party 2). The potential buy

Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Sir,
You have to share relevant documents for giving effective legal advise otherwise you may be misdirected.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

Please give me FIVE STAR if satisfied by my answers and you may approach me through Vidhikarya for further clarifications.
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Anonymous

Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may lodge civil and criminal case and try to convince the Court.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

Please give me FIVE STAR if satisfied by my answers and you may approach me through Vidhikarya for further clarifications.
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I had issued a GPA signed by notary in 1995 for an agricultural land to my relative. He allowed a farmer to do farming on that land. My relative did not use the GPA to sell the land to the farmer but

Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Sir,
If GPA was not in the name of farmer then he cannot sell it. There is no limitation for GPA and its validity ends on its cancellation by you by way of issuing paper publication and notice to the concerned person.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

Please give me FIVE STAR if satisfied by my answers and you may approach me through Vidhikarya for further clarifications.
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ARJAN SINGH

About 40 years ago a man(father) distributed his land equally in his 3 son,s but kept one field(agriculture land) for himself and his wife for his living and it was dwelled by his younger son as both

Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear Client,
Yes, the daughter can claim her right in the property as she is also considered as legal heir as per the judgement given by Supreme Court in Vineet Sharma vs. Rakesh Sharma & ors.
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I stay in an apartment where the RWA has drafted a rate card for housemaids for various tasks. They warn the housemaids of banning entrance in case the housemaids charge more than the rate card, from

Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
RWA cannot, in general, restrict the movement of (all) people who are permitted to enter by the inhabitants. Some persons, such as hawkers, servants, and sellers, may be excluded, but there must be a rule in place that is agreed upon by all. You can go to the concerned department's Deputy Secretary, the Civil Court, or the High Court.
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