Noisy neighborhood - neighborhood building has a motor Noisy neighborhood - neighborhood building has a motor

My neighborhood building has a motor for water supply which makes lot of noise and they would on the machine at any time of hour for eg. 6:30 am and we have asked them not to but they won't listen. It

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Posted 3 months ago


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How to File a Harassment Complaint Against a Neighbour
Is Calling Police an Option?
Yes, calling a police if your neighbor harasses you is an option to go with. You have the option to call the police by just dialing the police number 100 and police will come to the place mentioned by you in the phone call. They will come to the spot and ask you the problem and then will take the action against them. And, when they will reach the spot you should be having sufficient proof to pro ...ReadMore

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Loud music sound in the night from 6pm to 9pm Loud music sound in the night from 6pm to 9pm

Hello, my name is Ayush Verma 22 years old. I'm a engineering student and employee at a software company. I use to study and work from home but my neighbour use to play loud music whenever he wants an

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Posted 6 months ago


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Lodge a complaint under section 8 of the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000 with the local police station to prevent such neighbour from playing loud music beyond standard limit of 45 DB(A) at odd hours of night. Moreover, creating noise is considered to be a public nuisance under Section 290 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. So any noise which causes any injury, danger or annoyance to the public is considered to be noise pollution. For example, if your neighbour play ...ReadMore

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Blackmail using advance Suicide Note Blackmail using advance Suicide Note

Sir, I am with a relationship from 8 years with a girl. I am a Government Employee ang My GF completes studying but yet get a job. But she is short-tempered, very control freak and very sceptical.

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
It is better to lodge a police complaint as otherwise, you will be in trouble if she did something like that. You can register a complaint under section 506 of IPC.
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Neighbour did grooving in common wall | Noisy Neighbour Neighbour did grooving in common wall | Noisy Neighbour

There are new neighbours in our residence who have made grooving in our common wall, that is, they have made a kitchen on our common wall, and we are presuming they have used a portion of our common w

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
Your neighbors are causing nuisance and you can file a case to get the appropriate remedy.

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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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Ankur Goel @ Complete Law Shield

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Noisy Neighbours, Poorly Constructed House Noisy Neighbours, Poorly Constructed House

There is a new house constructed on the adjacent of my house. They have covered all of their back area, and have constructed the kitchen against our bedroom wall. Now, the issue is, that there are ten

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir,
You may approach different forums and also media.

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Advocate  Anik

Advocate Anik

Bangalore

Noisy Neighbours Faridabad Noisy Neighbours Faridabad

There are tenants living in my adjacent house who make significant noises of using kitchen (mortar & pestle, throwing away utensils, beating the walls, loud arguing at night, shutting iron doors loudl

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Your issue can be only solved by mutual understanding with your neighbours and if not than you will have to approach house owner and insist him to ask his tenants to vacate the premises if they not mending their ways. However if that doesn't work you may file a police complaint or NC against your neighbour but usually in such matters there is no arrest and it would also make things more difficult for you. Therefore best way is to approach owner and have a word with him to explain his tenants to ...ReadMore

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Sankalp  Malik

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Suneel  Moudgil

Suneel Moudgil

Recovery of money Recovery of money

If somebody has taken money from me promising something and failed to do that and now if not responding or absconding, then according to Indian Penal Codes which are the codes using I can file a case

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Posted 2 years ago


A. The promise must be to do legal assignment then only you will succeed. For example if you asked him to get govt job then you will be held responsible for seeking illegal favors.

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Anish  Palkar

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Rameshwar  Dadhe

Rameshwar Dadhe

Law of Tort Law of Tort

Issue: My property has been trespassed, looted by the offenders in Tamil Nadu. They even damaged the property by demolition the building. I have given 3 orders from magistrate court to police to take

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Posted 2 years ago


A. Yes. You first have to issue a statutory notice under sec. 80 of the Civil Procedure Code, and then file a case seeking compensation for damages caused by dereliction of duty.

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Tort Tort

How to initiate civil defamation case? What is exact procedure to start with? How much would be the charges for filing a suit for compensation of 25 lakhs? What would be other fees like lawyer, docume

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Posted 2 years ago


A. Dear Sir,
The fee depends upon the advocate you choose along with Court fee as per schedule prescribed by the State Government. The steps are as follows.
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Civil Case Stages
A typical Civil case would go through the following stages:
Institution Phase
• Institution of suit
• Issue and service of summons
• Appearance of defendant
• Written statement, and set-off claims by defendant
• Replication'Rejoinder by Plaintiff
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Defamation Defamation

I want to file a defamation case against people who spread wrong things against me. Whether I should file a criminal case or a civil case? Or should I first file a criminal case and after that a civil

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Posted 2 years ago


A. You can file both Civil and Criminal cases but in civil cases, you have to deposit Court fee subject to your claim.

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Bharat Kishan  Sharma

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