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Posted 1 week ago

1. If my NGO is registered under 80g , then, if any business donate money to my NGO directly from it's current account, then , how much tax rebate that business will get? 2. Can a business donate all it's money to my NGO from it's current account?

A. iN THE MATTER YOU SHOULD CONSULT WITH SOME TAX LAWYER/ CA
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How much income tax and gst is on non-profit organisation? If I have 1 crore rupaye in my non-profit organisation ,then , can I donate this money to any person? ( With receipt or without receipt)

A. Dont donante do some pro bono work and help the poors who can not hire good advocates....
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This is informing you that, I am member for association and I had done an major role in association form the period of 2013 to 2016 as the Treasurer. Form past 3 association meeting I m not able to get intimated by the present adopt committee member without intimating the body that decided that election will be held on 4th of Nov 2018 with sum person ‘s as Election officer So, I Request you sir to take this matter as seriously and take this as the complaint against the adopt committee member, and about the election officer, and kindly provide the Government Election officers. THIS CAN I TAKE ANY ACTION FOR CHANGE OF THE SYSTEM

A. Dear Client, Need to know the details before giving the correct advice. But, to start with you can be present in the meeting along with your supporters and contest in the election if you like or give candidates of group. If you do not want the first step then bring a stay from competent court of Law and conduct the election later as per your constitution./Memorandum of Association.Bye Laws. Try to get an Advocate through Vidhikarya.com Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
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Hi, Namaskaram, I represent a registered Trust which has some 10 acres of land. Prior me, my father was managing the activities of the trust and during his tenure as a member of Trustee, he executed a gift deed 0f 7 acres of land to Tirumala Tirupathi Devastanams upon the resolution passed by the other trustee's. There was some objection raised by locals during this transaction and it took 3 years to sort it out and now the objection is resolved. My father, who executed the gift deed in favor of T.T.D expired last year. Now T.T.D requested the Trust to registered the revised gift deed as the earlier gift deed is acceptable subsequent to the death of the donor as it is not valid in law. My question: The earlier gift deed execution is done by my father as a representation to the Trust and upon the resolution passed by the Trustee members. The Trust still exists and elected me to my father's role. Should we really required to re execute the revised gift deed as requested by T.T.D or is there any law that can help us to go ahead with the earlier registered gift deed. Thank you

A. Dear Client, The law requires acceptance of the gift after its execution, though the deed may not be registered. ... A gift of immovable property, which is not registered, is bad in law and cannot pass any title to the donee. Documents should be stamped and registered as required, and attested by two witnesses. Gift of immovable property: In case of gifting of immovable property (i.e., land or building), the recipient would be required to pay income tax if the stamp duty value of the property exceeds Rs 50,000 and such property is received without adequate consideration. Any inadequate consideration received wherein the difference between the consideration and stamp duty value exceeds higher of Rs 50,000 and 5 percent of consideration, such difference shall be taxed in the hands of the recipient. Best Option for you would be get in touch with Income Tax Officer, of your Circle, and Income Tax Advocate or through Vidhikarya.com
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Without having any right a person claiming on property right. As bhogwatdar property belongs to his mother which is not ancestor own earned. She planly refused all rights to her son through our sale deed. And through seperate stamp paper. Giving us all rights towards property and society. Her son claims now after her death. .All our documents challenge. She sold us in 1990 which is registered in court. He also claims the property is not legal. Can he claim so? In good judgmenthis all claims going to be proved fake and intentionally to torture.what speedy way to faster result

A. Dear Client, You can following steps: Step 1. Try to engage a good Civil lawyer through Vidhikarya.com StepII. If you are convinced that the claim made by the Opposite Party is false,frivolous and fictitious then you can oppose at the time of Admission hearing under Order VII Rule 11 for Rejection of Plaint follow it up under Rule 12 of the Code of Civil Procedure,1908. Shanti Ranjan Behera, Advocate
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

a trust having court matter in course @ mumbai region authority mean while trustee died. after trustee death trust applied concern authority to confirm new trustee matter still not de-sided , in such a situation can court matter in course@ mumbai can put pending till new trustee appointment confirm by concern authority. such type of decisions for reference required.

A. Dear client you can appoint trustee but with the permission of court.
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We have formed a association and expecting the builder to handover the building maintenance and other legal documents of the building to the association. We would like to have transition agreement in place with the builder. Looking for a transition agreement and the suggestion on how to take this forward

A. Transitional Service Agreement (TSA) - is drafted in favor of the buyer, but aims to be reasonable and includes provisions that are common to negotiated transition services agreements. TSA is an agreement requiring the seller of a division or business line to provide transition services to the buyer following the closing. TSA is common in situations where the buyer does not have the management or systems in place to absorb the acquisition, and the seller can offer them for a fee. Transitional service agreements can be extremely difficult to manage if they are not properly defined. Usually, poorly drafted TSAs result in disputes between the buyer and the seller centered around the scope of services to be provided. I haven't yet drafted any TSAs so far, however someone well versed in this sort of agreement in Vidhikarya may help you with this. Apart from this, if you need any guidance relating to the list of documents which are required from the builder during taking over maintenance from builder, you can contact me through Vidhikarya.
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Prestige St. John’s Wood Apartment Owners Association is a resident welfare association formed in March 2007 to the manage the affairs the 483 apartments in the complex. The bye laws of the Association have been registered with the sub-registrar’s office in Bangalore originally on 2nd March 2007 and thereafter again on 24th April 2008 and lastly on 4th February 2016 arising out of certain amendments to the said bye laws. Since inception of the Association in 2007, the Board of Members were elected out of the Owners/Joint Owners and or spouse of the owner (in case the apartment is in the name of the husband or wife only) for the smooth working of the Association and considering the requirement of members who could devote time for the complex up keep. However, in the recently held 12th AGM of the complex on 22nd July 2018, one member has raised a dispute challenging the acceptance of two nominations filed by the spouses of two single owners. Of-course both the nominations are supported by the Power of Attorney from their husbands and are also living in the complex. The issue raised is they not being “blood relatives” of the owner are ineligible to be on the BOM in terms of Chapter 1 Para 3 Definitions (d) of the bye laws. The said para 3(d) as well para (n) (o) and (p) which are relevant here are quoted below. d) “BOARD OF MEMBERS” means an elected Board of Members, which may also be called Management Committee, (hereinafter referred to as “BOARD”) and shall consist of not more than 18 persons, 3 from each block, (for the purposes hereof Hazel and Olive Blocks are considered as one block) all of whom shall be registered Owners of Apartments, wholly resident in the Building, and elected at a meeting of the Owners by a majority of those who are present either in person, or by proxy, and voting. In the event no nominations or insufficient nominations are received from any particular block/s, such position/s can be filled up by electing residents from under-represented blocks only, by calling for nominations on the floor of the meeting of Owners held for such election, from persons who are Owner’s blood relatives, wholly resident in the Building, and having respective owner’s Power of Attorney to serve in the Board. n) “MEMBER” means and Owner, as aforesaid. Such an owner shall have full voting rights as provided in Clause 10 of these bye-laws. o) NEW MEMBER means an Owner who has purchased apartment(s) from the first Owner after 31/12/2007, as recorded in the sale deed. p) “OWNER” means a person, persons, HUF, Firm, Association of Persons, Trust, Company, owning an Apartment in the Building and an undivided interest in the common areas and facilities, and who has submitted his/her/their apartment to the provisions of the Karnataka Apartment Ownership Act 1972. We had sought advice from our counsel in Bangalore who has opined as under: “Further to our telephonic discussion earlier today, we understand you have the following queries in relation to Clause 3(d) of the Bye Laws of the Prestige St. John’s Wood Apartment Owners’ Association (“Bye-Laws”). 1. As per Clause 3(d) of the Bye Laws, would a spouse be considered a ‘blood relative’? 2. Would a previous appointment of a spouse as a member be considered a precedent? Please see below our response to your queries: 1. As per Clause 3(d) of the Bye Laws, would a spouse be considered a “blood relative”? Response: A reading of Clause 3(d) of the Bye Laws indicates that the intention behind the words “blood relative” is that a family member could become a member. Since the phrase ‘blood relative’ could include persons such as brother, sister, aunt, uncle, grandmother, grandfather etc. of the owner, it necessarily implies that the spouse who is the closest family member would need to be included under such a category. Therefore, in our opinion, the spouse by necessary implication should be considered a “blood relative”. 2. Would a previous appointment of a spouse as a member be considered a precedent? Response: As stated above, as a spouse can be considered a family member/blood relative, any prior appointments of a spouse as a member would not have been a violation. Therefore, this question of treating the same as a precedent does not arise. The member who had challenged our acceptance of the two nominations has reportedly got another opinion contray to the above. Your guidance please.

A. You have only one option to fight this in Civil Court. Ask Vidhikarya for paid service for legal help of a Bangalore Advocate.
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We have formed a trust and registered the same under sub registrar office in Agartala, Wesr Tipura (Trust H.O. in Agartalala) . In the trust deed, it is mentioned that it could operate from any branch in any state in India. Now, we want to start a dance school (rather a class in our rented flat) with exam center facility for Kathak Dance in a different name than the trust name but in Bangalore. What is the legal formality that we need to carry out? Kindly advise

A. Please meet me
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Our ancestral property including our ancestral house, a post office and several shops are held under trust. Now I want to sell that property. Is there any way that trust can be dissolved. Out of five trustee, three are in favor of dissolution. How can we proceed with dissolution of trust?

A. Dear Sir, Contents of trust deed have to looked into.
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