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Anonymous   13 September 2018 at 00:12

Telangana - encumbrance certificate nature


In the EC from Telangana state the Nature is mentioned as 5A, Can someone please let me know what this means


ARUN KUMAR YADAV   12 September 2018 at 23:11

Order 39 rule 1& 2 c.p.c 151

Hello all respected senior (s)
Please send me case law of interim injunction.
But latest case law of supreme court .


Nikhil sonawane   12 September 2018 at 23:00

About mpid act 1999

Respected sir I have purchased a agriculture land in sale deed....I get the possession...but on 7/12 extract there is still old owner name and the old owner has done some fraud in bank hence there is message on 7/12 extract that the transfer to this land are prohibited from 2016 what can I do to get my name on 7/12 extract suggestion sir

Pratham   12 September 2018 at 21:26

Will of inherited property

Can a person is able to make a will of inherited property.i mean this property is not recived by will.

RAJESH CHOPRA   12 September 2018 at 21:07

Doing llb. at the age of 55

Dear Sir

I am 55 years old a retired Banker with 33 years of service experience. I intend to do LLB 3 years course to practice as a lawyer.

Would like to know is it worthwhile to do LLB and spend 3 years and practice thereafter . How easy or difficult it will be for me to establish my practice considering there are veterans in the field for years. Or to work with senior counsel and earn living . None in my known circle is into legal profession.

Also , after passing at the age of 58 what other options are available for me for livelihood other than normal practice as I intend to work till my health allows.

Kindly advise should I take this step of pursuing LLB or not.


aananth   12 September 2018 at 19:04

Settlement deed revokation

Hi Experts
A father through a settlement Deed in August 2017 settled a commercial property for his sons. Now, this august 2018, he has revoked through a revocation deed with stamp authority. Is it permissible in law?. If yes, any time limit?
Thanks in advance.

Anonymous   12 September 2018 at 18:33

Capital gain tax

Sir / Madam,
My father-in-law aged 83, has sold a property for 45 lacs. He has divided this amount equally and gifted this to his two sons equally. Both his sons have purchased their own individual residential properties. Is my father-in-law liable to pay any tax for the amount received. He has given both the sons 22.5 lacs each by cheque through gift deed. Please guide.

Smart Developer   12 September 2018 at 17:50

Defamation & livelihood

I had been working with a school for around 2 years, which I have left several years back. I have started my own classes since the last one year, now after several years the school has come up with a NO TUITION POLICY and banned only a PARTIAL list of EX teachers on their website with names.

The students have been asked to signup an undertaking that they will not go to those classes where these EX teachers teach, the child will not be allowed to sit in the exam or attend classes if they come to know.

I would like to know what are the options to go against the school?
Can I file a defamation case and any other?
How long does these type of go to get justice?
Also, what are the charges?

Jitendra   12 September 2018 at 17:38

I have paid token money 16k to future flat owner

Hi Team,
I would like to inform you that I have seen a flat and finalized without even site visit and given token amount of 16K on the basis of pics.
Flat condition was like Flat was going to vacate on 23rd September 2018.
After 2-3 days due to financial medical emergency in my family i said to my owner that i think i can not go with deal or you have to give me some flexibility to submit deposit amount.
Like 20K i will deposit once i move in and rest 30K would give in 3 months as an EMI. 10K each month.
I have given token amount on 4th Sep 2018 via Netbanking. and family emergency i have informed him on 11th Sep 2018. Please take a note previous tenant is still in his flat.
So he said he would discuss to his wife and come back to me. Meanwhile i was in urgent need of money i applied for personal loan and thought to pay deposit at once once i move in.
He discussed with his wife and on 12th he is saying to me that he can not give me flat.
So he would deduct the money till how many days he has hold that flat for me.
it means from 4th September to 11th September but my point his tenant is yet to vacate that flat on 22nd September what he has hold for me.
And also now I am ready to pay entire amount because my personal loan got sanctioned. However he is not willing to give me flat and also trying to deduct my money what is my fault. Why my money should be deducted.
I am willing to pay the said amount at his terms. Now he is declining to give me flat.

Please suggest what i can do to either get my money without deduction or to get flat on rent.


Anonymous   12 September 2018 at 17:18

Tax liabilities of society/trust for religious activity

A well settled Hindu family of over 11 generations from West Bengal engages internally in an annual religious festival for 240+ years. Over the years, as the family grew, the finances passed down from previous generations got distributed and at present were derived from interest incomes on normal fixed deposit accounts distributed among several family members so as not to affect individual tax liabilities(A mutual agreement). Due to the complexities of present time and involvement of a lot of members, the arrangement has proved extremely unmanageable to maintain with the required integrity by the current generation leading to various disagreements and problems diluting the actual intentions.

A motion was proposed among the stake holders to liquidate the existing distributed arrangement and form a centralized arrangement for effectively managing and sourcing funds. The income of this setup will be through internal contributions/donations among the family members and interest income from that. What options are available for the stake holders to legally operate only for the said religious purpose and what tax liabilities will be imposed.


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