Anonymous
20 November 2017 at 17:11
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For quash 417,420,376,506 ipc

It is respectfully submitted that the 1st respondent alleged to have been lodged a report to the 2nd respondent police station on 29.7.2015 stating that she and the petitioner are working as Police Constables in I.T. Cell in Cyberabad Police Commissionerate. It is alleged that the petitioner made the 1st respondent promised her to marry and made her to believe him. It is alleged that on 11.7.2015, the petitioner and the 1st respondent went to Yadagirigutta Temple on a bike, where he booked a room without her knowledge and raped her and promised that he will marry. It is further alleged that the petitioner made a phone call to the 1st respondent and said that marriage engagement was completed with his relative girl and that he and his family members threatened her to kill, if she disclose anything to any one. Basing on the said allegations, the police registered the FIR and subsequently filed the charge sheet. 2. It is respectfully submitted that the alleged offence under Section 376 IPC, according to the 1st respondent was occurred on 11.7.2015, whereas, she made report to the police station on 29.7.2015. Therefore, there is an abnormal delay in lodging the report to the police station. Further, the medical report also certified that there is no evidence of recent sexual intercourse. There is also contradictory statements of the 1st respondent from complaint to the statement recorded under Section 164 Cr.P.C (. On the ground of abnormal delay and in absence of the medical report, the essential ingredients under Section 376 IPC do not attract, therefore, the proceedings relating to the said offence are liable to be quashed. ( Is it possible or not ?) 3. Now her marriage was fixed and both are agreed to compromise as for CrPC 482.. But her layer is misguided her it's not possible, future problems will happen in personal life and services Maters. Please clarify

SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900
20 November 2017 at 16:59
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Deemed conveyance

In Maharashtra Deemed Conveyance can be done with in Rs. 15,000/- of any size of society. Secretary is trying to make money.

Balagopal Menon
20 November 2017 at 16:47
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Appeal from interim order of metropolitan magistrate mumbai

The amendment to NI act is so that the complainant is not inconvinienced and doesnt have to travel to far away states to initiate proceedings against accused. Not to transfer cases to courts within 10km radfius. I know that this was not my original question, but is there any way to stop this non- sensical transfer of case.

SDB
20 November 2017 at 16:47

Non compliance of execution order passed by consumer court

Dear experts
We sued our builder for want of occupation certificate. The consumer Court favoured us and ordered the builders to provide us the OC. There was no appeal from their side. Nor did they comply. We filed execution order and at the date of hearing only the counsel appeared before the judge. The judge issued bailable warrant against each of builders partners and next hearing date was October 2017. All the parties appeared and the judge again gave them 14.11.17 as new date for compliance

On 14.11.2017 again only one of the five partners appeared and started arguing why should they pay penalty for availing OC. The original judge was absent and thus a temporary judge presided over. She again gave a new date ie. 29.11.17 for hearing

My questions:
1) what is the next step and why court keeps on postponing the action
2) what remedy does the builder has. How can he be so adamant
3) what remedy do we have

Balagopal Menon
20 November 2017 at 16:43
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Appeal from interim order of metropolitan magistrate mumbai

The complainant tried to reopen evidence and application was rejected. After that this application was filed to transfer. The Judge was clearly favouring us in the matter and thats why he has filed for transfer. On top of that my boss took his witness to task in cross examination. It is also to be noted that this is done after 2 yrs of ammendment to NI act and when the matter is almost going to a stage of final arguments.


 



 

JIGYASU: Legal Analyst
20 November 2017 at 16:31
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Rarest of Rare case First Dead and now Alive 498a

If you have already completed punishment for her death/murder, rest assured, you will not get punished 2nd time for the same offence even if you implement the proposal of Mr. N.K. Assumi.

JIGYASU: Legal Analyst
20 November 2017 at 16:26
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Is it possible that one advocate file case form both side

Don't worry, the judge of the case will solve the question, if you really have any such problem to face in the court of law and your problem is not of academic nature.

Best of luck.
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JIGYASU: Legal Analyst
20 November 2017 at 16:23
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Pay fixation

Good joke, if you feel that a lower pay should be protected as against higher start of the pay scale to which you are eligible on revision of pay scale!

By the way, what do you mean by protection of pay, the lower side of pay or the upper side of pay?

Do you want your pay to be allowed @ Rs. 15350, as against the higher start of scale of pay from Rs. 15600, when you state, "They are mentioning that pay can not be given below initial pay of 15600?


Anonymous
20 November 2017 at 16:14
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Is it possible that one advocate file case form both side

this question still pending for solution??

JIGYASU: Legal Analyst
20 November 2017 at 16:11
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Deemed conveyance

The secretary may desirous of realizing full value of his own flat, as well as some profit also, by still remaining the owner of his flat without selling that.

Shunt him out without any delay.

JIGYASU: Legal Analyst
20 November 2017 at 16:08
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Is it possible that one advocate file case form both side

Very funny hypothetical description is made by you. Well thought. Go ahead to implement your funny idea.

N.K.Assumi
20 November 2017 at 15:36
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Rarest of Rare case First Dead and now Alive 498a

Even your question is rarest of rare question:Dead now alive? You can kill her and plead that you thought that it was a ghost, or as suggested by the expert you can make use of section 211 IPC against them.

Rajendra K Goyal
20 November 2017 at 15:24
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Husband death.Young widow

Agree with the expert Dr. J.C. Vashishta.

Rajendra K Goyal
20 November 2017 at 15:23
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Property issue

Agree with the expert Dr. J.C. Vashishta.

rajeev sharma
20 November 2017 at 15:03
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Is correction required in saledeed

Mentioning the wrong plot area of one plot is not a blunder and does not effect the title of the seller however just to keep the everything straight you may get the correction deed executed Once the layout plan of the colony is approved by the competent authority is sanctioned the individual plot bearing revenue do not remain relevant.










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