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Self Acquired property question

Posted by : hitman hitman   24 September 2019

sir, u all are right, here is the reason of my denial, he humiliated me in front of my family to give him his share other wise face the court just to show off, i would have given him if he had asked it politely. The property is in my name, no proof of payment, nothing, how can he win. he can't even file a suit.

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discrimination in parking charges

Posted by : SOHAIL Sohail   24 September 2019

No, the parking charges shall be as per socity by laws and rules.


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discrimination in parking charges

Posted by : SOHAIL Sohail   24 September 2019

No, the parking charges shall be as per socity by laws and rules.


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discrimination in parking charges

Posted by : rosemerrymarlo   24 September 2019

Dear Experts,

can housing society charge parking charges from tenant more than owner?

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Eligibility & Non Eligibility to contest society election.

Posted by : rosemerrymarlo   24 September 2019

Thanks Sir

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Production of electronic records in the court

Posted by : Bharath   24 September 2019

Mr. Abhimanyu

Sorry for misunderstanding and for late reply. Though the accused file no of false statements in the written arguments, you cannot do anything about that. The written arguments are generally filed by the counsel but not the parties. In a criminal case the accused is protected by his right to remain silent. You cannot compel him to be an evidence or confront him. You can file these documents U/Sec 294 CrPC once trial starts. You can also get the 65B signed by the complainant along with the electronic record. If the voice recordings are available in the device you can submit the mobile phone to the court as a document without 65B certificate. Read PK Anwar Vs PV Basheer for your better understanding.

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Guarantors liability

Posted by : Hareish   24 September 2019

I stood as a guarantor for a loan from a cooperative society and borrower and his wife is co-applicant. they have not paid the loan and the bank has approached Maharastra Deputy registrar co-op societies and they sent an attachment order to my bank and freezed my account and they have also approached my employer and asked to deduct my salary. Is it legal for an employer to deduct my salary as they have not signed or agreed upon this. Also shouldn't the bank file a case against the borrower and cease all his moveable and immovable asset. The borrower is not absconding but still the bank is harrassing the guarantor. Please assist.

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Filling of false affidavit in dda

Posted by : SANDEEP BEHAL   24 September 2019

Sir,

In a flat Mr J K Handa is staying is purchased by him and still he have never paid the house tax to MCD and even shown to DDA that he is a tanent in that house

Plz xplain how he has not furnished any false nformation

 

Regards

Sandeep

 


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Imp Query

Posted by : SOHAIL Sohail   24 September 2019

Yes that is owned property of the daughter and neice (brother's daughter) as the sale deeds are in their name .


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Ipc 498a only against indian nationals

Posted by : Harsha   24 September 2019

Hell I am a uk citizen and my wife in india filed 498a is india ( although we hardly stayed in india after marriage ) is this possible , Javed above mentioned it can�t be filed on foreign citizens , can you please help ?

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Bank refused Court Affidavit

Posted by : SOHAIL Sohail   24 September 2019

Obviously dear this is not the procedure just by filing affidavit you cannot  claim the amount in differant name. you need to contact with the cheque issuing agency,they should issue the cheque in the name as recorded in your bank; You can ask them i.e the Golden Forests to issue the cheque in the full name, and if they need any procedure like filing of affodavit you can file it there. 


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Caste issue in appointment

Posted by : Vikram Kumar Saathiri   24 September 2019

Thank You Very Much


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Production of electronic records in the court

Posted by : Bharath   24 September 2019

In Shafhi Mohammad v. State of Himachal Pradesh, the device which produced the electronic document is not in your control, the production of a certificate U/Sec 65 B is not mandatory. But that person should not be in a position to give a certificate.
For eg: You go to a shop and the shop keeper gives you a computer generate d receipt. If for whatsoever reason, you have to file that receipt in a court, then as you are not in the control of the computer from which it is generated then you are not required to give a certificate. That decision did not completely scrapped the 65 B provision which is in fact mandatory.

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Imp Query

Posted by : Bhika Reghiwale   24 September 2019

Query :


 The plot purchased in 1938 by one person in name of his minor daughter of 6 year age & in the name of brother's-daughter of 6 yrs age by one registered saledeed 

The whole consideration was paid by him



Question :


Whether it can be a  private property of brother's- daughter ,who died in 1952 in maidenstate or not ?


Pease guide me in detail .

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Summons issue to defendant under which cluase

Posted by : AJAY   24 September 2019

Sir,

Thanks for your advice. 

I personally attend case up to Cross Examin & if necessary I will appoint Lawyer.

As  you mention that if Summons are issued but not served then party can request court for issuance of fresh summons, but for this request which Form I have to submit in Court.

I request you to please advice.

Thanks/Regards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Property dispute

Posted by : shuja   24 September 2019

for partion suit what will be the procedure


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Bank refused Court Affidavit

Posted by : Vishal Sharma   24 September 2019

Respected experts, My late father invested some amount in the Golden Forests in my sister's nick name Miss Mani long back. Now after so many years she has received a cheque for Rs 2100 in the name Miss Mani. She holds a bank account in her actual name of Miss Manasri. She went to her bank to deposit the cheque with a Court Affidavit sworn by her that Miss Mani and Miss Manasri is same and one person. The bank manager straight way refused to accept the cheque and the Court Affidavit. Kindly inform as to whether the bank manager was right in refusing the Court Affidavit? Kindly also inform what legal action can be taken if the manager was wrong. Regards.

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when education is only money making 'Business', what to do as a student to get relief?

Posted by : H.M.Patnaik   24 September 2019

Ahana,

I am happy that you have tried to raise concern as a LL.M.student in one of the privately run university.Your post suggests that, the instituition is turning a deaf ear to your concern as a student and the management  jollyfully keep on having their say unilaterly on matters concerning hundreds of similar students in different streams .

Before joining any such ednl. institution, one has to be very careful of the governing rules, course fee, course timing, affiliating agency and standard operating practice professed in similar institutions.

Now, tell me have you gathered sufficient info. with the help of your student colleagues on the points raised by you and ptactices followed by similar institutions as well as affiliating agencies. As a LLM student , if you gather such info. and analyse the same vis-a-vis the manner in which your university handles such issues, you can very well come up with a strong representation addressed to appropriate quarters in a combined manner for properredressal of your grievances and ensuring that the hard earned money invested in your study & valuable time devoted to it is safeguarded.


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Resjudicata applicability review

Posted by : Isaac Gabriel   24 September 2019

If a verdict has already been given on the case at hand, resjudicata will apply and the court could order dismiossal of the case.


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Defamtion

Posted by : SOHAIL Sohail   24 September 2019

You can file a suit for damages not for defamation.

Just consult some good lawyer who would guiede you in entire matter ,including your ownership title and documentations.



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