I am from karnataka Belagavi, Gokak place. During land reforms act in mumbai karnataka area. Our great grand father land was also acquired by govt of karnataka. I could on few servey number related land our grand father names still exist in the cultivation column. So, Just want to know do we any rights to become fully owner instead of govt. We are also in position at some portion of this land. So we want to become a owner instead of cultivater. Is this possible this is a service inam land granted by british govt. Please suggest the ways to get this happen.
I stay in an 4 floor apartment. My flat is located on the second floor. The flat was purchased by me in 2015 and was rented out.
For the past 1 year, it was noticed that the ceiling of the flat was leaking in the center of the hall and center of the bed room making it unusable.
Later it was identified, that the leakage was from the Third floor bathroom, I personally paid the plumber to get the Third floor bathroom repaired as the third floor owner was reluctant to pay the plumber charges.
After some days, the leakage started again and it was noticed that the external walls of the building had some cracks and the water was entering from these cracks. I reported the issue to the society and they told me that they don't have the money and I will have to repair it at my cost. I spent money to get it fixed.
Still the leakage did not stop, and now it was identified that the water is leaking from another flat on the Third floor and the owner of the flat is refusing to pay the repair cost.
Therefore, my honest request to you is, should I continue to fix all the bathrooms of the apartment at my cost or the owner of the flat is liable to pay the cost. I need legal advise as I cannot continue to repair the bathrooms of the other flat owners going forward.
From the last 8 months the flat is without tenants. I was receiving monthly rent of 15K . also I am regularly paying the building maintenance of 11500 Rs. per year
Appreciate if you can guide me on this
Share in unmovable property mentioned in a WILL is considered as self acquired.
Query.. Does the same apply to Share holders in unmovable undivided property mentioned in MoU of family settlement.
I am a tenant in building in Mumbai suburban under Pagdi system since 1995. I purchased a Garage in this building by transferring 33% amount to owner. I asked for permission to use this place as office but in writing such permission was not given by landlord. However I got the ratable value revised as office trough BMC & paid accordingly. Electricity supply is also commercial. I also have Shop & Establishment registration of above premises. The Garage is not part of the building but independent structure. BMC demolished the building being dilapidated but not my Garage since being structurally stable. Bmc before demolition measured carpet area of all tenements including mine & issued certificates to all tenants. BMC in its certificate issued to me mentioned the tenement as Garage ( Commercial).
Now the owner has moved for Redevelopment & assured 300 sq ft to residential tenements but not specified anything to me.
What are my rights as Commercial property or as a Garage in the redevelopment & what am I entitled to get.
My grandfather purchased land in my father's name in year 1981 (2nd siblings out of 4), my father died on 2010 and grand father on 2015 and that farm land is transferred to my mother name . Now can our uncle have a claim on this farm land in 2022 ?continue
Sir, I bought a plot few years ago. There were some mistakes in the sale deed for which we executed a rectification deed. But the seller has not signed in the Witness section at the end of the rectification deed on stamp papers. He has signed everywhere else on the stamp papers. He also appeared for webcam photographs and electronic finger print capture in front of the witnesses and has signed on the sub registrar's endorsement. The witness section contains only my signature and the signatures of the witnesses. The sub registrar has still registered the rectification deed. What legal issues could this have?continue
Suit is for injunction. Defendant filed counter claim. No W.S for 1900 days. Petition filed under O 8, R 10 CPC. Court is continuing with further evidence after completing PW1 evidence. Is it not against procedure without disposing the above said petition filed by Defendant? What is the remedy for this problem? Kindly mention any citation. Thank u.continue
In 1961 my father has purchased a property for Rs 88/- ( Rupees Eighty Eight only) of an extent of 11 Cents and the sale deed is written on white paper. The property is under my possession and a tatched house is constructed in that site for which no door number is issued and no house tax is levied.
We have applied for a plan to local body and they rejected to sanction a plan stating that there are no register documents.
On enquiry it is known to us that registration is not required for sale deed below Rs 100/-as per stamp act.
So kindly suggest me that is it legally acceptable If I can get a ratification deed (registered)
with the available legal heirs of my father's vendor? or Is there any other solution for getting a registered deed.
Please guide me
Can my mother change the kumki akrama sakrama application in her name which was given 15 years back in the name of grandmonther.
We have application of 15 years back for kumki akrama sakrama and fenced the kumki land in udupi, karnataka.
Recently again fenced it and planted agricultural trees.
We have received objection from one of the family member who doesn't have any akrama sakrama application and also not have any fenced land.
How can we retain the rights of that old kumki land and covert in our name as per application.
Does complainent get any rights over it.
Complianent B ( Aunty) in relation.