sunny Wrote on
10 October 2017
The article is very good and neatly explained. I have few questions
Aged father and Mother
1.Need to go for scan
3.Autos as sick cannot ask them to sit in Two wheeler
5.If in case death occurrence From Taking the body to hospital to till getting the death certificate and at the end food to be served as customs. The same repeats again .
6.He him self need to maintain food,medicines. he is not money Machine to work continuesly
and in case he want to get married as got divorced expenses on that too.
7.Divorced: Any MAN expects as a wife next to him during good and bad times.2nd wife maintenance and children.
8.Lawyer fees :Both during taking up the case ,middle and in final stage
9.Travel expenses for court
IN OTHER HAND 1st wife ::
If I am NOT wrong Working women cases are more then NON working womens.
When they can maintain them self and have confidence only they will go for a case. I am earning ,educated and live with out husband.In other hand will get maintenance and top of that salary, father and mother property and etc.
NO responsibility for taking care of parents as son will take care incase of a single child .
When she is stepping out of the house she would have taken advice from lawyer /advisors.
If both parents agreed to take care of the child then during the stay with father he will take care of child same applyes to mother too.
Maintenance should be awarded only if due to real genuine health issues.
They are young can work and sustain them self.
May i know your opinion on Uttam Vs Saubhag Singh judgment, which held if entire property is divided as per sec-8 of the H.S.A. act after death of a coparcenar where there is no necessity to opt for notional partition i.e. no female members referred in class-1 heirs are alive, total ancestral property losses its coparcenary charecter and there will be only tennets in common and no joint tennets.
The wheel of controversy- or roller coaster , it appears has come a full round /circle; that is on the issue of the clear mandate of the TP Act, rw the Stamp Act to have a deed of conveyance of 'immovable property' registered, after payment of stamp duty. However, as recorded in a recently reported SC judgment, the Revenue has made an attempt , albeit unsuccessfully, to argue otherwise; and done so, relying on the SC Judgment in Podar Cement Case- see discussion in this article.. If so care to know more, and interested, suggest to look up the recent Posts on my timeline- over Facebook /Linkedin.
Fir a quick run through, see my personal Blog- 'swamilook'- on the topic.
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