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PPBiswas

asked On 18 January 2017 at 20:59

Promotion and acr


In 2008,promotion from CMO to CMO(NFSG) was denied to me due to uncommunicated below benchmark ACR in 2006.I'd appealed to CAT for upgradation of ACR but my appeal was turned down by CAT in 2013. Then in 2013,I filed a writ petion in high court for cancellation of below benchmark ACR. While admitting my case, HC asked my office to submit written reply within three weeks,which they have not done yet. But for more than three years, my case did not get any date in high court.
My question is, can I file a fresh case in CAT for cancellation of my adverse ACR for 2006, since my first case was for upgrade of this ACR? Now it appears that it is easier to get dates in CAT compared to high court. Please advise how to expedite my case.



Mitul

asked On 18 January 2017 at 15:55

Will


How to know that will is registered or not.?
My grandfather's will is missing and every person is deniying its possession and its registeration.



santhosh.g.

asked On 18 January 2017 at 13:43

125 cr.p.c


is proof affidavit is permissible in 125 cr.p.c as evidence of petitioner



Rajendra

asked On 18 January 2017 at 13:32

Consent terms


Dear Ms. Usha Kapoor Madam,

Consent Terms duly signed by the parties and
Their Advocates tendered, taken on record and marked “X”.
Decree in terms of Consent Terms.

Refund of Court fees as per rules.

Prothonotary to act on the Minutes.

Smt. Ramrati Radheshyam Gupta ) . . . . PLAINTIFF
Versus
1. Ramesh Ramdeo Gupta )
2. Rajendra Ramdeo Gupta )
3. Pushpa Ramdeo Gupta )
4. Kamla Ramdeo Gupta )
5. Devendra Radheshyam Gupta )
6. Mahendra Radheshyam Gupta ) . . . . DEFENDANTS


CONSENT TERMS

1. The Defendants waive service of Writ of Summons.

2. Defendants admit that the properties described in Ex ‘A’ to the plaint were the property of Hindu Undivided Family consisting of plaintiffs and defendants.

3. Defendants (1) Ramesh Ramdeo Gupta, (2) Rajendra Ramdeo Gupta, (3) Pushpa Ramdeo Gupta, (4) Kamla Ramdeo Gupta, admits that under an Agreement of Family Settlement dated 1.10.1998 at Ex ‘D’ to the plaint, defendants (1) Ramesh Ramdeo Gupta, (2) Rajendra Ramdeo Gupta, (3) Pushpa Ramdeo Gupta, (4) Kamla Ramdeo Gupta received from the plaintiff and defendants (5) Devendra Radheshyam Gupta, (6) Mahendra Radheshyam Gupta a sum of Rs.75,000/-(Rupees Seventy Five Thousands only) by cheque no. 434494 dated 25-1-1999 and another sum of Rs.75,000/-(Rupees Seventy Five Thousands only) by cheque no. 434495 dated 2-2-1999 drawn on Shramik Sahakari Bank Ltd., Sakinaka, Mumbai branch totaling to Rs.1,50,000/- (Rupees One Lakh Fifty Thousand only) in full and final payments of the value of their share in the property mentioned at Ex ‘A’ to the plaint and in consideration therof they have relinquished, released and surrendered all their right Title and interest therein in favour of the plaintiff and defendants (5) Devendra Radheshyam Gupta, (6) Mahendra Radheshyam Gupta. Defendants admit the correctness of the contents of the said Agreement of Family Settlement at Ex ‘D’ to the plaint. Defendants further admit that they have duly signed the said Agreement at Ex ‘D’ to the plaint after being read over the same to them in Hindi language. Defendants (1) Ramesh Ramdeo Gupta, (2) Rajendra Ramdeo Gupta, (3) Pushpa Ramdeo Gupta, (4) Kamla Ramdeo Gupta, admits that they have now no right title and interest of any nature whatsoever in the said property described in Ex ‘A’ to the Plaint.

4. Defendants (1) Ramesh Ramdeo Gupta, (2) Rajendra Ramdeo Gupta, (3) Pushpa Ramdeo Gupta, (4) Kamla Ramdeo Gupta, agree and undertake that they will neither interfere with the management of the said property by the plaintiff and defendants (5) Devendra Radheshyam Gupta, (6) Mahendra Radheshyam Gupta as exclusive owner thereof, nor shall they interfere in getting the said property transferred in the name of plaintiff And defendants (5) Devendra Radheshyam Gupta, (6) Mahendra Radheshyam Gupta.

5. Decree in terms of Consent Terms.

6. No order as to cost.

NOW PLEASE GIVE SUGGESTION TO BELOW MENTIONED MY QUERY :

IF PLAINTIFF EXPIRED AND DEFENDANT NO.1 IS ALSO EXPIRED AND THE GIVEN RIGHTS WERE NOT EXECUTED IN 17 YEARS BY THE RIGHTS HOLDER i.e. DEFENDANT NO. 5 & 6.

NOW I WANT TO KNOW THAT IF RIGHTS WERE NOT EXECUTED IN 17 YEARS BY THE DEFENDANT S NO. 5 & 6,CAN DEFENDANTS NO. 5 & 6 WERE EXECUTE IT NOW?

If possible give me your address for personally meeting & showing documents to you personally

Thanks & Regards

Rajendra Ramdeo Gupta
9222211660



shivshanker jain

asked On 18 January 2017 at 13:09

Lost registered papers


there are two directors in company . one invested money to buy property in name of company , now other director has stolen original papers.

what precuation should be taken to prevent sale of property further.

none of director is having shareholding in the company



shivshanker jain

asked On 18 January 2017 at 13:06

Appointment of director


tere are two directors in pvt ltd company , one out of it has appointed one more director with forged documents filled at mca.

please suggest what action can be taken and how appointment can be cancelled



Aditya Dev

asked On 18 January 2017 at 13:03

Legal heirs vs nominees


I AM A MARRIED MAN WHO HAS AN ACCIDENTAL INSURANCE POLICY. MY ONLY NOMINEE IS MY FATHER. NOW AFTER MY DEATH IN AN ACCIDENT, MY WIFE GOES TOT HE BANK AND SAYS THAT SHE IS MY LEGAL HEIR AND IT IS HER RIGHT TO GET THE MONEY OF THE INSURANCE.

MY QUESTION IS THAT PROVISO OF SUBSECTION 1 OF SECTION 39 OF THE INSURANCE ACT MAKES A CLEAR DISTINCTION BETWEEN 'MONEY RECEIVED' AND 'MONEY PAID. ALSO SUBSECTION 7 OF SECTION 39 ALSO SAYS THAT THE "NOMINEE SHALL BE BENEFICIALLY ENTITLED TO THE AMOUNT PAYABLE"

THEN CAN MY WIFE CLAIM THE MONEY OR WILL MY FATHER BE THE ULTIMATE OWNER OF THE PROPERTY??

PLEASE ANSWER ASAP AND DO READ THE RELEVANT SECTION.



V.N.K. MENON

asked On 18 January 2017 at 12:24

Deposing by our witness


Dear experts, I shall be much thankful for your valued opinion/guidance please.

(1) We purchased a plot some time back from “A” when in Delhi transactions could be done through POA and now the party “A” is no more. We have been running a school there since 1999.

(2) Party “B”[lured by greed by the present property scenario] who are heirs of "A" challenged the transaction saying it is a forged document.

(3) A witness “W”who was present when the transaction took place already deposed by way of affidavit in our favour.

(4) Advocate of “B” called the witness “W” for examination-in chief. “W” does not know English. THE CONTENTS WERE NOT EXPLAINED TO HIM IN HINDI THE LANGUAGE KNOWN TO HIM. He signed the English version thinking it to be what he had answered.

(5) When we saw the copy of disposition and explained to him, he said he never admitted such things. OUR ADVOCATE DID NOT EXPLAIN TO HIM NOR MADE ANY PROTEST IN THE COURT AT THAT TIME. It seems he ditched us.

QUERY:
IS THERE AN APPROPRIATE REMEDY?
Whether the “W” can be cross-examined by us/ADVOCATE.
Applicable provisions of Evidence Act may be cited.

Thank you once again for collective wisdom.



Lalit Bhushan

asked On 18 January 2017 at 12:21

What is replication


Tell me about what is replication.



Vikas

asked On 18 January 2017 at 11:58

Quashing of FIR


Sir, in following thing, I want to know what is the meaning of 'Ad interim relief ' ??


You are hereby informed that your matter was heard by the Honble High Court today and Hon'ble High Court was pleased to issue notice to respondents and also grant ad interim relief that the police may continue to investigate the matter but shall not file charge sheet till the next date.











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