i have filed permanent injunction suit against the defendant praying that not property'so interfear my peacefull possesion of the plaintiffs property during the pendency of the suit plaintiffs died .thereafter leagl heirs of the plaintiffs filed the application under order 22 rule 3 application to come on record. hon'ble judge allowed the application and amended plaint also filed thereafter hon'ble judge raises a question i.e whether this suit is maintainable.
1.the question is after the death of plaintiff permanent injunction suit maintanable or not?
2.is leagal heirs are barred to contest the matter as a legal heirs of the plaintiff.?
3.kindly refer Any citations stating the the legal heirs suit is maintainable
Do Managing Commitee have control over festival Commitee. Reason is we for past two years have given youths to manage yearly festivals in society. The managing Commitee newly formed is creating lot many problems for this youths to celebrate festival or usage of society space. FYI festival Commitee is nor registered and for past 7 years to what ever contribution received from members festival is celebrated. Need to understand role of Managing Commitee on such Festival commitee and can we reach out to registrar to resolve this daily issues raised by managing commitee
Our Co-operative Housing Society registered under APCS Act 1964 during the year 1979 in Hyderabad. During the same year (1979) The Housing Society bought a land of 130acres from individual persons with deed total cost of 20,80,000 and paid the stamp duty of 10499/- . I heard from few sources that, there was a GO which provides the stamp duty exemption upon the registrations done for Housing society. Is it True, if yes - the stamp duty here in 10499/- is the price after exemption given in the GO ? Can you please help me with this? I want to know if this society availed the stamp duty subsidy/exemption attracted by the GO's in force during the year 1979 .
Some people came and took blank cheque and signed on ₹50 stamp paper agreement to pay them money of 8 lakhs and we were afraid and filled fir after 12 days and mentioned about fir and agreement. Will agreement and cheque be valid?
Weather appeal memo can be amended after judgement for rectification of judgement
I am a senior citizen and wish to avoid traveling.
I request the learned community to help me by posting format or template of Civil Miscellaneous Application and Criminal Miscellaneous Application of H'ble High court of Andhra Pradesh.
In an Interim Application the first appellate ADJ dismissed my petition under Ord XXXIX CPC seeking interim injunction. Now I am considering to go in appeal to High Court under section 39 of Specific Reliefs Act. So I want to see the format of appeal petition. The case is a bit complicated to explain in detail here. There are 5 defendants and D1 to D3 are proceeded ex prte. I signed agreement for sale with D1. D1 sold suit property to D2&D3 after filing suit for specific performance. D2&D3 sold to D4 & D5 that is hit by lis pendency- an issue framed by trial court. But the trial court in it's judgement did not touch the issue framed by it. But partly decreed in my favour ordering D1 to pay back my money with interest- ₹25 lacs. Now a new situation cropped up. D1 is insolvent. How to solve the issue of lis pendency? Now I want a lein on disputed property. D4&D5 have no locus standi legally to claim the disputed property though the disputed property is registered in their name by D4&D5.
Regards and thanks.
my client make an agreement of purchase of flat and seller of flat agreed to pay the TDS against consideration on behalf of my client but the seller had not paid the said amount of TDS
Now my client suffered and received TDS intimation and income tax notices for payment of TDS and now my client has paid the TDS amount and my client want to recover this paid TDS amount with interest and penalty on TDS payable to income tax department
which section and act is applicable to file the suit against seller
Dear Sir/Madam, I have bought a residential site 3 years back in Bangalore Rural district of Karnataka. It is developed on a property belongs to SC/ST which ancestral property for the original owner. We have documents from 2000-2001 that shows this is a ancestral property. This property developed by a Developer based on GPA given to him from the original owner of the property. GPA holder (Developer) sold the sites to us in 2016. Here are my questions regarding my site which I bought. 1. Do you see any issues buying a developed site developed on SC/ST ancestral property? 2. Sale deed is signed by GPA holder and not the actual owner, Do you see any issues here? 3. On the registered GPA, they have shown the amount settled(as part of sale) for actual owners of the property. Is this legal? 4. Revenue records still show original owner with revenue authority even after DC conversation of whole land. Any issue here? 5. Do you suggest me anything which i need to take care before I get into legal issues?
I need a suggestion on the property purchased via a Sale Deed in Karnataka.
We purchased a agricultural land nearly 1 acre in Karnataka in the year 2019 on absolute sale deed.
1. This property is originally partitioned in 1968 to second wife (Party1) of a person purely for maintenance not for sale.
2. Party1 sold this property to a purchaser (Party2) in the year 1970 via a registered sale deed and got khata and mutation
3. Party2 sold this property to another purchaser (Party3) in the year 2004 via a registered sale deed and got khata and mutation
4 Party3 sold this property to me (party4) in the year 2019 via a registered sale deed and got my Khata and Mutation in my name and absolute position from last 3+ years
Now, in May, 2022, Party1's grand children have filed a civil suit in Sr Div Civil court saying that Party1 did not had the right execute the sale deed and property to belongs to them.
Only ground the petetioner claiming is that when the property was divided between first wife and second wife(Party1) by their husband, in the partition document in 1968, it is written that second wife(Party1) cannot sell the property and can only enjoy the property till her death and after her death, the property should go back to first wife's sons. Petetioner is the grand childeren of first wife.
Here are my questions which I need your advice on.
1. Will this civil suit impact my rights on this property?
2. Party1 has passed away in the year 1974, Can her grand children question the all 3 sale deed transactions after 48 years?
3. Can the partition deed deny the right to execute sale deed for second wife of a person i.e. Party1?
4. Is the Petetioner claim is valid in the eye of Hindu Succession law?
Kindly, advise me on this.