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parth   17 August 2009 at 12:05

hello frnds

i need a judgement/citation of supreme court condoning delay in filing more than 500 days...
i need that for labour/service matter.
pl help me out earliest possible buddies.

AMIT KARIA   17 August 2009 at 09:52

Stamping & Registration

An agreement for sale of immovable property was entered & signed on 31st March,2009 with the necessary stamp duty paid thereon.

What is the time limit to get the agreement registered? Is there any relation between stamping & registration of agreement?
Please guide.

Srinivasan   17 August 2009 at 09:44

Credit card dues

Sir,

I have several credit cards for last nine years and have been paying monthly minimum dues regularly.Now I find that I have paid more than my credit limits which goes beyond 300% and so wanted to go for settlement with the Banks through my advocate.The advocate also,in turn,send letters to these Banks regarding settlement.

But,the banks through their collection agents says that they will not deal with my advocate and have started calling me up every hours that too on holidays like Sundays.

Now,I want to know whether I am right in approaching a lawyer and also wants to know whether the collection agents are empowered to call me & harass me with their phone calls and visits.

Adinath@Avinash Patil   17 August 2009 at 08:45

Gram Nayalaya

What is Gram Nayalaya, Whether Code of civil procedure & crimminal procedure & Evidence Act Applicable in Gram Nayalaya.

shubhashish kr saha   17 August 2009 at 01:35

court fees on succession

hi my name is shubhashish saha.I want to know the amount or percentege of court fees on succesion of a property worth 2.20 lakhs..Is this value dependent on the state in which the succesion case is being handled??? If yes i want to know the amount for the state of west bengal

thank you

j.s.sodhi   17 August 2009 at 00:02

o9 rule 13 of sec, 13 of H,M,Act

a lady has got an exparty divorce by filing sec. 13 and remarry and a child is born from new marriage. meanwhile previous husband /respondent has filed an application U/Ord 9 rule 13 of c.p.c . please advice me what is the law about this, is thr any case law that the setting aside of exaerty is of no mean at this stage,

saravanan   16 August 2009 at 23:21

tell me in detail

Dear sir,

Expert: A V Vishal , i AM SATISFIED WITH YOUR ANSWERS STILL I NEED TO KNOW FEW DETAILED CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE 2005 ACT,I DONT KNOW SECTIONS IN WHICH WOMENS RIGHT IN ANCESTROL PROPERTY SEEKS


AS YOU SAID "Although your query is unclear on what section you seek a clarification, but yes, women have rights in ansectral property. However, according to clarification of the Hon'ble Chennai HC and the Supreme Court of India, The amendment of 2005 is prospective in nature and not retrospective".

regarding my query you have furnished the above details, one thing could you make me clear..."according to clarification of the Hon'ble Chennai HC and the Supreme Court of India, The amendment of 2005 is prospective in nature and not retrospective." can you give me a detailed outlet of this clarification MADE BY CHENNAI HIGH COURT AND S.C.OF INDIA

vinod bansal   16 August 2009 at 21:00

Appeal against Acquittal in complaint case

R/Members
Kindly anyone tell me Amendmend regarding Appeal against Acquittal in complaint case in sessions court has implemented or not.Thanx

vinod bansal   16 August 2009 at 20:45

Govt employees/industrial disputes act

R/Members
I want to know whether confirmed employee (Peon) in Haryana Education Department is covered by Industrial Disputes Act or not.In my case my client is peon but now Department has issued order to join duty as chowkidar,pay scale n cadre is same but my client does not wants to join as chowkidar,what is remeady available to him.Regards n Thanx

saravanan   16 August 2009 at 20:02

Regarding womens right in ancestral propertys

DEAR LEARNED EXPERTS,
I would like to know about my mothers share in her ancestral property, Let me explain about my mothers property.

Description of property.

My mothers great grand father owes some land, after his death it was under the control of my mothers grand father, in the year 1960 my mothers father was deceased. at that time a partion was made by my mothers grand father and rest of his sons. the propertys were divided into 5 parts namely as A,B,C,D,E SCHEDULES.
Out of which my mothers grandfather holds the A-schedule and B,C,E.by other sons whereas D- scheduled share was my mothers father share as he was deceased, his share was writtern in favour of my mothers brothers( my uncles)who were minors at that time.(ram aged 5 yrs and murty aged 1 and 1/2 yrs at the time of partition) . the D SCHEDULED was partioned in favour of ram and murty with their mother subbuamal as gaurdian, subsequently ram dies in the year 1962 when he was 7 yrs old minor boy.
In that 1960 partition they did'nt show my mothers name, as referred to my grandma she said ladies have no right in those days..in i960's. is it so sir. my grand mother also died in the year year 2005.my uncle murty has got a will registered in his name from my grandmother in the year 1990 itself to grab the whole property in his name,this was known to us recently..
hat steps should we take now.

My humble request is 1) IF MY MOTHER FILES A SUIT WOULD SHE GET EQUAL SHARE.
2) DOES THE REGISTERED WILL CREATED BY MY GRAND MOTHER OF HER HUSBANDS ANCESTRAL PROPERTY TO HER ONE SON WHEN A DAUGHTER IS ALIVE,IS IT A LEAGAL WILL.DOES SHE HAVE ANY RIGHT TO WRITE A WILL OF THE DECEASED MINOR SON SHARE..
3)HOW IS MY MOTHER ABLE TO GET HER RIGHTS IN HER ANCESTRAL PROPERTYS, WHAT STEPS TO BE TAKEN.
WHAT ARE THE LEGAL ASPECTS TO BE TAKEN OFF ON OUR SIDE,PLS GUIDE ME WITH SOME LAW POINTS AND RELATED JUDGEMENTS

THANKING YOU