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Anonymous   13 March 2024 at 19:05

Christian minor property

Alienating christan minors property by father without leave of court is whether void or voidable. Because after becoming major 40 years gone. Possession is with me. The joint property was sold by my father when I was minor at 10 years.The property was gifted by my grand father in will deed as joint property with my Father. As per Guardian and wards act , guardian can sell without court permission. In which case it is voidable.but for christan, whether natural guardian can act as guardian without court permission.

Harsh   12 March 2024 at 21:52

Majorty act

Does majority Act Section -3 still valid or its withdrawn by Majority act 1999 Amendment(Where uniform 18 years of age has been mentioned age of Majority for all Indians)

Read more at: https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/experts/ask_query.asp
Age of majority of persons domiciled in India.
- Subject as aforesaid, [every minor of whose person or property, or both, a guardian, other than a guardian for a suit within the meaning of Chapter XXXI of the [Code of Civil Procedure] [Substituted by Act 8 of 1890, Section 52, for "every minor of whose person or property a guardian has been or shall be appointed by any Court of Justice, and every minor under the jurisdiction of any Court of Wards".], has been or shall be appointed or declared by any Court of Justice before the minor has attained the age of eighteen years, and every minor of whose property the superintendence has been or shall be assumed by any Court of Wards before the minor has attained that age] shall, notwithstanding anything contained in the [Indian Succession Act [See now the Indian Succession Act, 1925 (39 of 1925)] or in any other enactment, be deemed to have attained his majority when he shall have completed his age of twenty-one years and not before.

Ayan   07 March 2024 at 11:42

Contemp of court

Dispute arise between Owner and Tenant and Tenant file Case for Permanent Injunction 2009.
In 2016 , Owner file counter claim of eviction.From 2016 to till date , no hearing done.
Tenant Repeatedly pray for Adjournment , absent , absent long Hearing date etc.
Owner Move to high court in 2021 , high court order Lower Court to dispose all petition
in 15 days.
But lower court did not do a single hearing in 3 years.
By Lawyer is going to File Contempt of Court to High Court.
He is making party to Tenant , not judge.

My Question is , in this situation
1) Who will be party Judge or Tenant ?
2) Cannot we file contempt against judge ?

Ravi Kohli   03 March 2024 at 21:30

In a gift deed if the donee pays for the stamp duty

if the donee pays for stamp duty the gift deed becomes void and has to be treated as sale deed. as consideration ha passed.
i want recent supreme court judgements on it

Anonymous   03 March 2024 at 16:32

Name on birth certificate

My brother is 18 year old. My father divorced
We dont have any documents of father. And my mother name in his birth certificate also Different name..
My mother got married with another and have all different name..Now How to verify

Rayvon   01 March 2024 at 09:32

Execution order for court order - lg blr plot

Hello Experts

Had purchased a plot from a builder developer, who had issued a MoU to buyback the plot after 5 years. Since the builder did not buyback, filed a suit in consumer court, which passed an order for them to pay the agreed buyback amount back to buyer, and thereafter the plot will be transferred back to builders name.

The deadline for builder to comply with payment as per court order has elapsed, and builder did not comply.

Now the plan is to file a EA (execution).

How much time does a person have to file a EA (execution) petition before the court ?
What does the aggrieved party have to do during the EA proceedings ? Is it a lengthy process, or relatively easier process ?
What could the potential action that the court would impose on the builder for not complying with the order ?

Saurabh Aggarwal   29 February 2024 at 17:15

Property booking made under mou

I booked a two flats under an MOU by paying partial cash and cheque with the promise that soon builder will get permission and will register a flat after permission.
1.MOU mentions total amount paid and in return of which builder will register a flat of 1600 sq ft
2.and that in case the builder is unable to launch the project or acquire land within 12 months. Builder will return the money with interest within 60 days
3.and cheque no xyz dated xyz is being issued for entire amount paid + interest.
4.Builder will maintain adequate funds to honour cheque as per due date.
Now the approvals are not in place from 2 years though the construction has begin at a very slow pace to calm the situation.
Builder has initially promised return of money and now is saying that he will re sale the booking to someone and only then can return the money. Obviously he is unable to find a buyer. Due to the long discussion validity of one has expired.One cheque is still valid.If I deposit one cheque , amount under the other cheque which has exceeded its validity might become under dispute as well and builder hasn't provided a fresh cheque but is saying on emails that he will resale the unit and refund the amount.
What can be done in this situation. Will it be consumer , criminal or civil , which one would be fastest to recover money.?
Other problem for me is that the cheque money paid was for capital gains investment. if the time period further crosses 3 years , will I have to pay penalty ?

Rayvon   26 February 2024 at 21:18

Co-operative housing maintenance society - ll agreement


The Society is a Co-op. Housing "Maintenance" Society in Goa, India. It has passed a bye-law in AGM demanding Leave and License agreement from Owners who have let out their flats. They claim they want to know who it is let out to.
The owners have already submitted the Police Tenant verification form to the Maintenance society, which has details of every family member of the tenant family.
The Leave and License Agreement being a private agreement between owner and tenant, is being resisted by owners, indicating that Police Tenant verification form is more than sufficient to cater to the security needs of the society.

Can a "Maintenance"-only society demand for Leave and License agreement from Owners, exposing owners income and details to the Maintenance society ?

Anonymous   25 February 2024 at 13:37

Eligibility for ias

Dear sir,
My brother has a case registered against him(the case does not involve me in it). Will it disqualify me in UPSC?Pls help

Prince Chaturvedi   24 February 2024 at 12:15

Contempt of court

Is there imprisonment in civil contempt of court or is only fine imposed?