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Consumer court

Posted by : Atul (public ID)   20 November 2017

1. Since they are two separate transacions from two different ebay accounts, file two different consumer complaints since the cause of action in either would be independent of the other. As and when they do come up for hearing, you may request the consumer forum to hear both matters together.

2. If you've placed the orders from Delhi, made payments from Delhi, sought delivery of the order in Delhi, you can make a consumer complaint in Delhi. Mind you, it might be dfficult convincing the district consumer forum on territorial jurisdiction, but pace reliance on State Commission decion in Air Deccan v. Ram Gopal Agarwal  (2013) a beautiful exposition on territorial jurisdiction in online contracts.


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Any lawyer in hyderabd to take up case againt encroachment?

Posted by : gajender kumar gupts   20 November 2017

hello I can't read the text

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Permanent employment for gold appraiser

Posted by : Atul (public ID)   19 November 2017

A temporary job canot give you a vested right to permanent employment. Sorry.

I hope you do have a written contract governing the terms of your employment? Frankly, that's the best you should look for, from a temporaray position, to bring some sense of security in your job.


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service of demand Notice

Posted by : R.Ramachandran   19 November 2017

Sec. 64 Cr.P.C. has no application to your fact situation.

Please indicate why the cheque was not honoured by your client?


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Abuse

Posted by : Atul (public ID)   19 November 2017

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That is the sad truth brother.The next time she attempts empowerment on you, give her a tight slap while making sure it doesn't leave a permanent mark!!!!!


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partition of ancester property

Posted by : R.Ramachandran   19 November 2017

Pl consuslt a local lawyer with all the documents in your hand.  After all, this matter needs to be resolved only tthrough the intervention of the Court.  Therefore, without wasting time, better approach a local lawyer.


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Court order's reg. maintanance on without oc flats.

Posted by : RAJESH KUMAR SHARMA   19 November 2017

Dear Friends,

I wants to know the legal rights of Builder who have constructed the building and handed over the same to purchasers for furniture work. Completion cum occupation certificate has not been issued by municipalty. If there is no right to collect maintainence, Pl. provide order details which may be quoted on the matter.

What is the time period to lodge complain on builder for this deficiency of service as well as malepaid practice.

We have purchased flat . We have made full payment on time more than four years back. Till today builder have not given POSITION LETTER to occupy our property / flat for residential purpose. It is called deficiency of Service. It is also called improper, illegal, or negligent professional behaviour (malpractice). You have given so many date to provide the same but you have not honoured your verbal & written commitments.
 
Pl. sugest legal terms.

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Court order's reg. maintanance on without oc flats.

Posted by : RAJESH KUMAR SHARMA   19 November 2017

Dear Friends,

I wants to know the legal rights of Builder who have constructed the building and handed over the same to purchasers for furniture work. Completion cum occupation certificate has not been issued by municipalty. If there is no right to collect maintainence, Pl. provide order details which may be quoted on the matter.

What is the time period to lodge complain on builder for this deficiency of service as well as malepaid practice.

We have purchased flat . We have made full payment on time more than four years back. Till today builder have not given POSITION LETTER to occupy our property / flat for residential purpose. It is called deficiency of Service. It is also called improper, illegal, or negligent professional behaviour (malpractice). You have given so many date to provide the same but you have not honoured your verbal & written commitments.
 
Pl. sugest legal terms.

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Co applicant in home loan

Posted by : RAJALAKSHMI   19 November 2017

Thank u all

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Validity of will

Posted by : balaji n   19 November 2017

many thanks


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marriage legal or not according to this case

Posted by : PARTEEK SACHDEVA   19 November 2017

@vijay raj mahajan ji https://youtu.be/qb3LslhRxIA See this video nd tell how u can say i come spinda Mai bhua se shaadi nai kar skta na to unki beti se bt aage ki generation se kar skta hu mai marriage ....

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Is it mudt to have searate petition for mutual divorc

Posted by : Rahul   19 November 2017

I filed divorce against my wife and she contested it When she filed reply saying that she is not cruel instead i am and she does not want divorce. Now she is ready for divorce afrer taking some money. Now if she says in same court that she is ready for divorce then judge will ask to file separate petition for mutual divorce OR in same case same day judge can order divorce OR it can b considered as first motion and after one week of cooling period ww can get divorced as she is living n working out of india

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Abuse

Posted by : Kumar   19 November 2017

if a man beats a woman it is domestic voilence but if a woman beats a man what is it ?


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Law of inheritance

Posted by : Ompal Aggarwal   19 November 2017

If ur stepmother died inestate in that case ur father & her son have share in the property of ur stepmother or both have equal share It means on the death of ur father u have right on one half share of the property which ur father got from the property of ur step mother and one half goes to ur stepbrother

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Law of inheritance

Posted by : Ompal Aggarwal   19 November 2017

If ur stepmother died inestate in that case ur father & her son have share in the property of ur stepmother or both have equal share It means on the death of ur father u have right on one half share of the property which ur father got from the property of ur step mother and one half goes to ur stepbrother

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Drt refund process

Posted by : raja   19 November 2017

Dear sir, I m a successful auction purchaser at DRT Coimbatore. After receiving sale certificate from recovery officer by me, borrower paid debt amount plus 5% fine to DRT. Presiding officer passed order as delay cannot be condoled. At DRAT Borrower filed a case and came up with win win situation deal. I m in a peaceful situation to accept the deal. Till today my auction amount is with DRT.
On refund process...
My query
1. My refund amount from DRT, recovery officer issue DD/ Bankers cheque infavour of my name or my Advocate’s name.

 


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Any lawyer in hyderabd to take up case againt encroachment?

Posted by : Elluru Sreenivasulu   19 November 2017

నలుగురు వ్యక్తులు కలిసి ఒక వ్యక్తిని ఇబ్బంది పెట్టడానికి అతని ఇంటికి ఉన్న దారిని పూర్తిగా ఆక్రమించి, నడవడానికి దారి లేకుండా చేసిన వారిపైన జిల్లా కోర్టు నందు కేసు వేసి, సదరు ఆక్రమణలను తొలగించేవిధంగా జిల్లా కోర్టు ఆదేశించినప్పుడు, సదరు నలుగురు వ్యక్తులు Natural Justice అనే పదాన్ని పట్టుకొని రాష్ట్ర హైకోర్టు ద్వారా స్టే తీసుకొచ్చి ఒక వ్యక్తిని ఇబ్బంది పెట్టడం రాజ్యాంగ ఉల్లంఘన క్రిందకు రాదా???


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Stamp duty on inherited property

Posted by : R.Ramachandran   19 November 2017

Answer to your queries:

1. If your son inherits the property of your (your and your wife's) lifetime, then there will be no requirement for payment of any SATMP DUTY.

2. If you make a Settlement Deed in favour of your son, it may involve some stamp duty (though may be nominal say Rs. 10000  or so, which you can check up with the local sub-registrar's office).

3. If you make a Settlement Deed, then you will not be able to reserve any right to live in the property during your life time.  Therefore, this option may not be necessary.

 


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partition of ancester property

Posted by : Deepak Shah   19 November 2017

we had an ancerster property which after my father demise my mother had transferred among me and my elder brother (only son's) as I was very small my elder brother were taking care of such property and also received rent from the same.but as I grown up and reached
18 years my mother registered those properties between two of us.but now elder brother doesn't want to give my share of property and always threatened me and my mother. seeing such situations I have filed an fir and also hired an lawyer to file a partition suit, but it's been more than a month my lawyer doesn't file a suit and tell me to compromise with other party. so query is why should I compromise just because my lawyer had a private talk with my elder brother ( the other party), also if I compromise then what about all the harassment and legal fees that I already paid to my lawyer, Can I claim compensation from other party for all fees and also want to claim all the rent received from my share of property prospectively. Plz help me in this regard as I wouldn't not fall into any loss for other madness attitude.

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Permanent employment for gold appraiser

Posted by : Rajesh   19 November 2017

Hi, I'm Rajesh. I'm working as a gold appraiser for more than 24 years in PGB. But my job was temporary and i enters into the bank on morning and exit when the bank close its doors. I do it in all working days of the bank. Is there any laws for making my employment as permanent????.. please suggest me is anything that's help me...


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