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devang shah   05 October 2015 at 19:49

"will" registration

pl. provide "Will" Registration office address in Ahmadabad (Gujarat) can i personal going to register or any legal lawyer require ? and which documents required for "WILL" Registration.

Ashish Pandey   09 June 2015 at 19:21

Correction in the address mentioned in voter list

Hello,

My father has been residing at Mumbai in a chawl since 1985. He applied for change in address over his Voting card along with the corresponding Voter list in the year 1995. Based on his application he received the acknowledgement receipt by filling form8 for address change and the original Voting Card too. (Both of these original documents we have kept safely).
On the issued Voting card his new address was mentioned correctly but they did not update the same address in their record (based on which they provide 7-12 UTAARAA). We did not come to know the mistake as we had the original voting card over which correct address was mentioned. But the record at their end had been reflecting the previous address till the year 2007 and then after they updated their record. Now our room has come under redevelopment plan by SRA and they are compulsorily asking for my father’s voting card/ (7-12 Utaaraa)as an address proof of our current address. So we requested to the ‘Election Officer’ (Old Custom House, Churchgate, Mumbai) to make changes in their record (before 2000) but they just simply reverted back that they cannot modify the previous record , also they don’t have any record as ‘Chinchpokli Legislative Constituency’ has dissolved to ‘Byculla Legislative Constituency’.
In this context, to whom may I consult to escalate the issue so that I can prove my father’s existence over this address as this is the mandatory document required by BMC and if this issue will not get resolved our candidature may cancel. So please suggest the possible solutions.

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,
Ashish Pandey