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property

Posted by : Ravi Kumar   23 July 2018

I purchased a property B katha in gram Panchayat limit.

in that mother deed number typed is wrong

1 owner
2 2nd owner
3 developer
4 vender
5 resale

in sale of 3 to 4 their is instead of mentioning 2nd owner sale document number they mentioned 1st owner sale deed document number

5th owner has made self declaration for mistake

can i purchase it

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Prior intimation for upsc post and service bond transfer

Posted by : Ram Gopal   23 July 2018

I have selected through the UPSC for a Group A post under General Central Service Cadre. I have informed in writing to my present employer (An Autonomous Body, under GOI) in all stages of application to interview to selection. But, when I ask for a release to join new post, they denied as I have not applied through proper channel and I have a service bond for 3 yrs. what to do now?

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How to purchase property in dubai

Posted by : Vanshika Kapoor   23 July 2018

Hello Raji,

To legally register property in Dubai, fowllow the below mentioned steps:

When you buy a property, in order for the full transfer of ownership to take place, you will need to register the property with the Dubai Land Department (DLD) – the central agency for all transactional processes related to freehold and leasehold purchases. If you buy a property through a developer, this will be done at the buying stage, with the developer’s support.

PREREQUISITES

  • A Sales & Purchase Agreement (SPA)
  • Both parties (buyer/seller) must be present at the DLD 

WHAT TO BRING

  • Passport (original and copy)
  • Original title deed
  • Original NOC from the developer (freehold only)
  • Sales & Purchase Agreement (certificate of property ownership)
  • Manager’s cheque in the seller’s name

Fees:

  • Transfer fee of 4% + Dhs.540 from seller (buyer and seller each pay 2% of property value).
  • Dhs.4,000 in cash (service fee) if the selling price is more than Dhs.500,000. 
  • Dhs.2,000 (service fee) if the selling price is under Dhs.500,000.

PROCEDURE

  • Dubai Land Department (DLD), Project Registration Centre.
  • The buyer and seller must visit the DLD together to register the sale of the property.
  • The buyer presents his passport and full contact details.
  • The buyer and seller proceed to the registration desk where the seller will receive payment from the buyer for the amount of the sale in the presence of a DLD official.
  • The details of the sale are entered into an e-form which is signed by both parties. This will register the sale with the department.
  • The seller and buyer pay the service fee to the cashier. The new title deed is issued in the buyer’s name, along with a map location of the property.
  • The process is usually quite streamlined unless the DLD has a question about the value of the proposed sale. In this case the buyer and seller will be referred to the appraisal division where the staff will re-appraise the value of the property.

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Procedure and Syllabus for judiciary

Posted by : Vanshika Kapoor   23 July 2018

Hello Kuldeep,

Judicial Services Examination or the PCS (J)-Provincial Civil Service-Judicial Examination which they are commonly referred to, are entry-level exams for law graduates to become members of the subordinate judiciary. The state governments under the supervision of the respective high ourts appoint members of the lower judiciary based on the competitive examination.

Judicial Services Examination– Eligibility Criteria

Lower Judiciary Services– The eligibility criteria for appearing in Judicial Services Examination is a degree in LL.B and he/she has enrolled or qualified to be enrolled as an advocate under the Advocates’ Act 1961. No experience is required and final year candidates can also appear. The age limit varies according to the state. it is usually between 21 to 35 years.

Higher Judiciary Services– Candidates must be graduates in law and have a minimum number of years of litigating practice; usually seven years.

Judicial Services Examination– Structure of the exam

Judicial Service Examination is held in three successive stages namely Preliminary Examination, Mains and Viva-Voce/Interview.

Preliminary Examination– The preliminary examination serves as a screening for mains exam. It comprises objective type questions. The marks secured in the preliminary examination are not counted for the final selection. The percentages of qualifying marks vary as per state. The minimum qualifying marks in the preliminary examination is 60 percent for general and 55 percent for reserved categories.

Mains Examination– The mains examination is subjective type. The exam comprises three to four papers. The marks secured by candidates are counted for the final selection. Candidates equal to three times the number of vacancies are called for viva-voce. 

Viva-Voce/Personal Interview– This is the final stage of selection where candidates are assessed on general interest, personality and intelligence among other factors.

Judicial Services Examination– Syllabus 

The syllabus varies across states. It is broadly divided into Civil law, Criminal Law and Language paper. The weight given to the language paper is around 20 percent to 35 percent. The mains examination constitutes six to seven papers and almost 70 percent of the questions are of law.


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write

Posted by : Citly Foods   23 July 2018

firm along with bank official cheated me ..can file write in high court for com investigation

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Property transfer from mother to son

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

Drop your query at Djaa.legal@Gmail.com If ready to pay fees, you will get all your answer.

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Property transfer from mother to son

Posted by : Bhavesh   23 July 2018

Thanks for your reply... Could you please give your inputs to question1 Question1: My father had a land on his name. even though it is ancestral agriculture land. It is on his name only from start of the 1-B document. I got a notary from my mother & sister saying its fine for them to transfer the land to my name. VRO is fine with it & helped me in transfer of the 1-B name. Now the Adangal & 1-B are in my name. (For your additional Information) I have 4-empty papers of my fathers right thumb impression before he expire. Just i want to know the confirmation of transfer of property. Is there any chance of dispute can my sister take infuture if she wants Question 2: If I have a registered WILL now with witness::my sister. There may be a chance in future to come up with some latest unregistered WILL for a dispute by my sister.... I want to know the best economical ways with in family members to transfer property...

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pagdi system

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

Pagdi system the only deviating factor is that the tenant becomes a part owner of the house and not of the land. This tenant continues to pay rent to the owner as long as he is not sub-renting the premises. Additionally, the tenant has the option to sell the said property while giving a percentage of the gross amount to the owner. This percentage varies from anywhere between 30-50%.


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How to write accused statements u/s 313 crpc in a 498a case

Posted by : Zuniee   23 July 2018

Respected Sir,

1. In a IPC 498A + 307 case, just mere denying all allegations and incremental evidences by prosucution is enough ?
2. if accused wants to submit their version, what all and how they should write (our senior adv sir has told we should file in written, he is too busy and no junior adv available) hence accused should write on thier own rough copy

3. how many legal pages it should be written, any citation needs to be included,
4. Does it make it sense to challenge the prosecution witness in the context of IEV Act 

Regards


 


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revenue law/ act Gujarat

Posted by : Vanshika Kapoor   23 July 2018

Hello Shantilal,
 
Firstly, You will have to ask you relative, who is already a farmer of very old age and have some agricultural land to give you some part of their agricultural land through will. Then you will have to get this will registered. After his death, the said land will get transferred to you legally. Otherwise you can make arrangements to purchase the agricultural land through registered will.
 
Secondly, You will have to get permission from collector's office mentioning your intent to engage into agricultural activity in the area.

You will also have to take the NA permission from collector and buy & used that land.

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pagdi system

Posted by : Akhil Pillai   23 July 2018

My Shop,under pagdi system has been owned & rented since 25 plus years with no rights and demand of rent from the landlord.Us, as a part owner,are we entitled to ownership of the land fully?? or is there any right of ownership still from the landlord?

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firm name

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

You can definitely lend to child firm.

But I doubt that you can have same name as parent firm.

Some partner can be same in both.

 


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Ex-parte divorce decree

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

Yes it is accepted as true copy for all legal use.


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Son left for new york

Posted by : Naa Channel Naa Istam   23 July 2018

contact Foreign minister who is quickly responding on twitter...

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Regarding notice in rented house

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

If the rent deed is itself expiring then there is no need to give notice.

Rent deed is itself a notice that will you will be vacating.

Share you rent deed at Djaa.legal@gmail.com

Will revert suitably.


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Ancestral and self acquired property division

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

Family member can better decide this as they know every detail about family property.

If you cannot make it call a valuer  who will value all your properties then you can divide 


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Property transfer from mother to son

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

Although you look quit unsecure in your query and normally fair person is never so.

You mother can transfer property by WILL or gift deed making your sister as consenting witness.


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Ex-parte divorce decree

Posted by : Raj Kumar   23 July 2018

When I applied for the ex-parte divorce decree in the court (the final order) what I got was the true xerox copy of the final order with the court seal.

Is this sufficient legal proof of the divorce that can be used for all purposes later ? Like for remarriage, visa etc, or do I need a typed copy in a Stamp paper ? what is the correct document ? please clarify


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Developer and forfeit money

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

Send copy of contact between you and developer at Djaa.legal@gmail.com.

Will revert suitably.


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Calculation of interest on land developed by a builder

Posted by : Deepak @9456777600   23 July 2018

Send copy of contact between your brother and builder at Djaa.legal@gmail.com.

Will revert suitably.



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