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Idris Shaikh   22 April 2024 at 09:08

Eligibility for housing societies

I have 3 children's, two of which were born in 1995/1999 respectively, and my third child was born in the year 2007, so i can still contest for housing society election's

Idris Shaikh   22 April 2024 at 09:05

Eligibility for housing societies

I have 3 children's, 2 of which were born in year 1995/1999 respectively, and my third child was born in year 2007, do i still can contest for housing society membership

Anonymous   21 April 2024 at 20:10

Regarding exiting partnership

Hai sir,
Before My question, let me explain the situation. My friend has been in a partnership for 5% of 9cr project (loan).
Later before completion of project, there was a differences between him and the managing partner, as the managing partner is not properly spending the funds, when asked him, he said if you want to quit I am taking over your share and written an agreement on Rs 10 stamp paper and also given an affidavit that he is responsible for all the loss and you are not responsible for any financial or bank related issues.
Now the project is not yet completed and the funds are exhausted.

Here his property and the project can cover the lender amount.
He was not removed from the partnership deed as there was loan.
Now, if the lender goes for auction, does my friends property too will be auctioned? Will the affidavit given to him will be helpful to exit with out auction?
Does he should take any other documents from him?
Please provide your valuable suggestions sir.


surya prakash   21 April 2024 at 19:33

Bike theft in parking premises

hi.. I am a parking contractor with Indian railway, recently a bike was stolen while it was parked in our shed, though we are liable compensate the loss to the customer, but bike turned out to be without valid insurance. even though I am ready to compensate the bike owner is asking for huge amount. (50000rs for 10year old hero Honda splendor), now he has filed a police complaint with GRP, where the GRP police are threatening me of booking a criminal FIR against me. what are my leagl chances,? tomorrow i am going to police station to meet the inspector, kindly suggest me how to handle this situation.

surya prakash   21 April 2024 at 19:24

Railway parking

hi..i am an parking contractor with Indian railway. recently i got a parking tender, where railway has fixed the parking charges of rs.20/day for bikes, but there are many private parking (operating in private residential land) lots right in front of the station gate offering the same at 10/day. due to this i am under huge loss.
1. is there any law that prohibits private parking within the stipulated area of railway station.
2. what legal help can i seek to safeguard my investment atleast, as i have already paid three months amount in advance to the railway.
please help me with this , as i have lost 2laks rupees in last 20days.

Anonymous   21 April 2024 at 16:31

Stamp duty for gift deed of funds from father to daughter

Stamp duty for gift of fund transfer by bank from father to daughter. Is stamp duty 1% applicable for movable property also. Is there any maximum cap for transfer. Amount transferred is Rs 50 Lac.

Devils Dad   20 April 2024 at 21:53

Meter required for tendents

I have a building which has 5 room on a floor and is given to different tendents. It has domestic connection and now the company is turning that meter into comercial connection and imposed a huge amount of fine saying that it is illegal use of meter. Your renting room is a comercial work and you need to convert.
What to do about this?

Devils Dad   20 April 2024 at 21:51

Meter required for tendents

I have a building which has 5 room on a floor and is given to different tendents. It has domestic connection and now the company it turning that meter into comercial connection and imposed a huge amount of fine saying that it is illegal use of meter. Your renting room is a comercial work and you need to convert.
What to do about this?

Anonymous   20 April 2024 at 21:09

Moot court problem

Mr. Ramesh, a Hindu by religion married Miss. Ranjana on 16th March, 2012 as per Hindu
rituals. Thereafter they resided in the matrimonial home with the parents of Mr. Ramesh. Mr.
Ramesh’s mother was an orthodox female and had high belief in mythology and in Hindu God.
She had firm belief that to attain Moksha, a man needs a son, therefore she always insisted on
Ranjana to conceive and give the privilege to them of being grandparents to a grandson. Miss.
Ranjana delivered a baby girl on 25th September, 2014 and thereafter differences arose between
them. Ramesh ’s mother continuously passed insulting remarks upon Ranjana and her baby
girl. She often remarked that if Ranjana does not give their family a boy, she will ask Ramesh
to marry another girl. Several times Ramesh fought with his own mother, telling her that he is
satisfied with his wife and has no complaints from her. Ranjana started persuading Ramesh to
leave the house of his parents and move to a new house to which Ramesh never agreed. He
was adamant that he wants to stay with his family. Finally on 15th December, 2015 Ranjana,
frustrated with the constant bickering and inability of her husband to change residence, decided
to leave the matrimonial house with her daughter and return to her parent’s house. He never
even visits his daughter because Ranjana was never available. Finally, on 2nd August2016,
Ramesh frustrated with Ranjana, filed for divorce u/s 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act alleging
desertion by his wife. The summons was issued to Ranjana at the address shown but the same
were returned by some Ms. Usha marked as ‘refused to accept’. The family court considering
it as good service proceeded with the matter. The petition was heard ex parte and on the basis
of evidence adduced by Ramesh, the family court granted divorce to the husband on 13th June,
2017. The copy of the order was sent by Ramesh to Ranjana on the address provided. On 14th
December 2017 Ramesh married Miss Priyanka, a Hindu by religion. Priyanka conceived
Ramesh’s child and was due for delivery on 5th September 2018. Meanwhile, Mrs. Ranjana
filed an application on 3rd April 2018 before the High Court, for condonation of delay for filing
appeal against the decree of Family Court granting ex parte decree to Ramesh stating that she
was unaware of the proceedings as the summons were served on the address on which she was
not residing. She also stated that her parents moved to a new house and accordingly, she also
went to the new house. Furthermore, she never had the intention to desert Ramesh but only
wanted to teach his mother a lesson. She argued that she was frustrated with the constant
remarks by Ramesh ’s mother and hence decided to leave the matrimonial house but never
desired to sever the matrimonial bond. Decide.

Anonymous   20 April 2024 at 18:21

Delhi-selling or rebuilding willed property

My parents have expired and have left a REGISTERED JOINT WILL in the name of four children, % wise. Can any one advise what is the next course of action if the four children want to rebuild the property and acquire it %wise OR SELL it all together and acquire %age share. Different lawyers are giving different opinions.