I have filed a petition for fair rent u/s - 17(6) of the west Bengal Premises Act in 2014 before the Additional Rent Controller at Alipur judges Court, Kolkata. The opposite party is my tenant. The matter is still as of date pending since 2014. The hearing date was fixed several times. But due to reasons like the opposite party was sick, the post of the ARC was vacant for a long time, then covid - 19 pandemic, till date the hearing never happened.
Further more, the tenant has not deposited any rent ( the previous rent amount) since 2014, nevertheless, he is enjoying all the amenities as a tenant. What action can I initiate as the petitioner /landlord in this stage, so that he tenders the previous rent amount with the Rent Controller, as the case is pending with the additional rent controller, Judges court at Alipore, Kolkata.
We liked a villa and dealing was done through agent and builder manager. According to the Bank details given by them I transferred Rs 50000 as token advance to Property owner to confirm our genuinity. Before transferring they promised us on verbal agreement that amount will be returned if we are unable to proceed due to any reasons. But even after fund transfer they did not provide us owners contact details and asked to deposit 50k more and later 2 lakh to get it done on stamp paper .and then it was 5 lakh . We felt there was no transparency in the dealing and also due to delay in sale of one of our property we called off the deal within 10 days of amount transfer. They even took our bank details to return token advance amount. But it’s been more than a month and they have blocked our phone numbers and not responding well and putting the blame on us That due to us owner lost other interested buyers. What am I supposed to do?
I WANT TO KNOW I HAD FILED A CIVIL RECOVERY SUIT IN 2013 AND I WAS ORDERED TO RECOVER THE AMOUNT .IN 2021 THE JD HAD SURRENDERED IN THE COURT AND WAS SENTENCED FOR 3 MONTHS JAIL.
AFTER THAT THE CASE WAS DISMISSED.
I WANT TO KNOW WHAT WILL I DO KNOW TO RECOVER MY MONEY.
KNDLY HELP IF THERE IS ANY JUDGEMENT ON WHICH BEHALF I CAN SEND THE JD AGAIN TO THE JAIL, AS HE ROAMS FREELY BEFORE ME EVERYDAY.
I was staying with my mother since long but my elder brother who were not in touch after his love marriage.since 22 years.My brother were like abscond,there were no relation with me as well as with my mother.Now he wants property right after my mother death from my mother house which was owned by my mother own income.At present I am younger son staying in my mother house.I am the nominee of the said house.Not only that I am maintaining the the said flat since 15 years that is my bank detail is showing.Before I used to pay in cash for maintenance.More I was maintaining my mother too for my medical Bill's to food every thing.Now my mother is expired and my brother is demanding his rights in my mother bank account and property.continue
Whether second suit for partition is maintainable?
When in first suit:
1)My share out of 85 kanal was 8 kanals
2)In first suit only 17 kanal was constructed out of 85 kanal at the time when I have filed the suit (2006-07)therefore civil court partitioned the 17 kanal and I got my 1 and half (approx) kanals partitioned in 2021.
3)Now today in 2021 out of that same property approx 50 kanals are constructed including that 17 kanal.
Can I get my rest of share i.e 6 and half Kanal out of 8 by way of filing new suit for partition from other constructed are i.e 50-17=33 kanals)
Or my case will be barred by estoppel or resjudicata?
What’s the best procedure to get rest of my share?
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Respected experts in this platform,
My husband died 20days ago he had received 2 cheques in his name of Rs.5L each,
please advise me how can I recover the cheque money, what is the legal procedure is as the bank manager refused to lend me the money,
and the nominee is already dead so I am only the next legal hair to receive the cheque amount.
so please advise me of the procedure.
My landlord had filed eviction petition for Bonafide requirement of tenanted premises (rent agreement in firm name) , for doing business by himself and with the assistance of his son ,who is in service .His daughters are married and they were not included in petition filed for eviction .
.Case is at stage of Respondent examination .
Landlord,his wife have expired without will and legal heirs (1son,2 daughters) have distributed property among themselves through family settlement .
They had placed request to implead them as legal representatives in present case and afterwards ,1 son,1 daughter do not wish to persue the case .Have surrendered their rights in favour of other daughter (she got the tenanted premises as per Family settlement) .Now ,she has placed request for Bonafide requirement of tenanted premises in individual capacity .
Is same allowable at this stage of the case ?
My father has two brothers and two sisters. Both the sisters were married and are very old now. My father was only son who took care of his parents (Both the parents expired before 2003). He spent thousands of rupees in 1980's for his parents for medical expenses, other expenses etc. Instead of spending those money to his parents if he would have invested in the real estate it would have amounted to crores of money today. The sisters didn't care about the condition of the parents and never spent a single penny from their pocket to their parents.
One of the ancestral property my grand mother divided among three sons and wrote a will. My grandmother died in 2003 and the will becomes active in 2003. Another ancestral property remains undivided and it belongs to my grandfather who died in year 1996. . My father claims the undivided property to be his property because he has spent his energy and money for his parents. However sisters are claiming equal share in both the property based on law.
Is it that male child alone should take care of his parents both physically and financially and daughters who has gone to a different home will never take part in any of the burden of taking care of the parents financially and come for claiming the wealth alone. Isn't it injustice to the male sons and what does Indian law say about that.