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I want to sell my two wheeler. For that how much cost of stamp paper duty required ?


A. Dear Client,
There is no specified value of stamp paper for the execution of a sale agreement to sell a two-wheeler. A Non-Judicial Stamp Paper valued Rs 10 to 50 as available from the stamp vendor meets the purpose well, provided it should be made stating the agreed sale price of the vehicle, mode and time of payment by the buyer, and fair terms and conditions between the parties witnessed by at least two witnesses and notarized by a Notary Public to make it a valid document.

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icon Froud by coaching institute not cancelling the course

If a coaching have no cancellation policy. what we do ? how to cancel this cousre?


A. Dear Client,
The refund of the tuition fee, cancellation of the course, etc is subject to the policy of the coaching institute. You need to go through the terms and conditions of the coaching institute to know about the cancellation policy. If the policy explicitly mentions that the course cannot be canceled under any circumstances, then the Institute is not obliged to do the same. Otherwise, you have to send a legal notice to the institute and demand them to cancel the course and refund the fee ...ReadMore

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I wanted to purchase a home in slum for which I am confused. Whether it's clear title property or illegal and the property owner have electricity bill voting card and BMC notice with Survey acknowledg


A. Dear Client,
To purchase a house in a slum, you need to approach the concerned Slum Development Authority and provide the domicile certificate, income tax return (ITR) copy, and other documents as mandated by the authority.
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icon Salary to scheme issue

This is to raise an issue that while appointing we weren't told us about sale targets and if we will not meet the target salary will be distributed as per the 2% scheme of the sale

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2 months ago


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Review your appointment letter to understand the terms governing your relationship with the company. If it doesn't address the issue, legal action may be pursued for breach of employment contract terms. However, if the letter outlines conditions like salary tied to sales targets and you accepted them, you may be estopped from contesting this arrangement. If the appointment letter is silent, consider serving a legal notice, or seek redressal through the State Labour Commissioner's ...ReadMore

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icon Car owner ship transfer

In case vehicle new owner not transfer the paper on his name

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2 months ago


A. Dear Client,
There are statutory forms to be signed both by the ex-owner and the present owner to process the transfer of ownership of the vehicle and change of address in the Certificate of Registration(RC). As per the mandatory provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and M VRules, 1989, once a vehicle is sold, the purchaser has to submit statutory forms(Form 29. Form 30) and other required documents along with transfer fees within 30 days to the concerned RTO/Registering Authority for proc ...ReadMore

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icon SRA property buying

Hello, I am plannnig to buy a SRA property and I am the fourth party to buy this property. First party sold it to second in 1994 , second to third in 2003 (there is one more similar 2nd to 3rd propert

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2 months ago


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In the absence of necessary approvals from the authority (SRA) and completion of registration procedures including payment of stamp duty and registration charges, any transfers made based solely on an affidavit are deemed invalid and unenforceable under the law. If a building is constructed on SRA land, the property owner cannot transfer its title without consent from the relevant authority. Even after the lock-in period ends, permission from the authority is required for redevelo ...ReadMore

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icon Illegal termination

Sanofi India Ltd sold cardio division to Empcure Pharma and told 224 employees to join this empcure vd frsh appointment+ 12 months advance salary OR quit the job by taking 18 months AFC annual fix com

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2 months ago


A. Dear Client,

Sanofi's termination action violates the Industrial Dispute Act, 1947, specifically Sections 25F and 25N, which mandate conditions for termination or retrenchment. Termination without notice constitutes illegal termination and qualifies as an industrial dispute under Section 2A of the Act. Employees terminated unlawfully can directly raise an industrial dispute before the Industrial Tribunal or Labor Court within three years of termination. If you're classified as a workman under ...ReadMore

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icon Forgery of my signature

My signature was forgeried on sales agreement which needs to be given to bank for availing loan by hdfc sales representative with out my knowledge..builder mentioned to stick with his linked bank re

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4 months ago


A. Dear Client,

Under Section 463 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, creating a false document or electronic record with the intent to cause harm, injury, or commit fraud is considered forgery. Section 465 specifies the punishment for this offense. In this scenario, it is advisable to file a complaint with the relevant bank and send a legal notice to the builder. Additionally, pursuing a criminal suit under Section 463 IPC for forgery can be initiated in the court of a Judicial Magistrate. To expedi ...ReadMore

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icon Sale of Property

My property was purchased by me 2009 joint registered with my wife and me in 2019 my wife expired,afterwards my 2 children age 14, 8 years were added in the mutation with my sole guardianship father.i

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5 months ago


A. Dear Client,
Under the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act of 1956, if minor children inherit property, their father, listed as the natural guardian in the property deed, is restricted from selling or alienating the property. Section 8(2) of the Act explicitly states that immovable property owned by minors cannot be mortgaged, charged, or transferred without prior court permission. Should the need for funds arise urgently, the natural guardian must approach the court, seeking permission for the ...ReadMore

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icon Used Vehicle Purchase - Previous Owner not giving Bank Loan NOC

I purchased a used vehicle recently from an individual, got everything including Bike, RC, spare key, original invoice of the bike and other ownership transfer related RTO documents signed by him, exc

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7 months ago


A. Dear Client,
In the absence of NOC(Form - 35) from the Bank and the I D proof of the seller of the vehicle, the application for transfer of ownership of the vehicle in favour of a second-hand buyer is not processed by the Motor Vehicles Deptt. After the digitization of almost all the services of the Motor Vehicles Dept., you may access the information/documents by visiting the official website Motor Vehicle Dept. https://vahan.parivahan.gov.in/vahanservice/vahan/ and for downloading Form-35 - ...ReadMore

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