i had submitted a cheque for transfering my funds from one bank account to another on saturday, however i came to know that the account has only 5,76000/ and where as i have drawn a cheque of 600000/. i deposited the balance 30,000/ on monday itself. On tuesday i got the call from the bank that my cheque has been returned due to insufficient funds and the penalty will be deducted. i told them that requisite sum had been deposited in the bank on monday by 11 am. but the bank official said both the bank will deduct amount to the tune of 300/. however on my persistence the same cheque was again sent for clearance and funds were transferred from the same cheque. i wish to know if same cheque is cleared can he bank still deduct the amount for insufficient fund.
no second appeal lies in a suit cognizable by courts of small cause when the subject matter of original suit does not exceed rs3000.
Is this statement right n if yes under which provision of cpc it is provided.
what are the sections which have been amended by the new amendment of crpc.
we 5 brothers have sold our ancestral housee of 10 marla at chandigarh n each got 13.70 as share. now please tell me how to calculate the capital gain amount on 13.70lakh and where can i find it.the house was bought in 1967 and sale completed in jan 2010
if a tenant doesn nt cross in appeal on grounds of nuisance and personal necessity. what will be its effect. does it means that he admits the same.please provide thejudgemnts in favour of landlord the stating that tenant has admitted it by not availing opportunity.
my client has got his share in his parents ancestral property now all brothers have sold the house and have got the money. original house was built in 1966 and was sold in jan 2010. The question is now he wants to invest the money in some other property (a plot) in some other city. Till what time he can invest and will investing the amount save him from capital gain tax.Please also tell how much will be the capital gain on 13.70. property was sitauted in chandigarh.
till when capital gain has to be deposited. daughter got money from ancestral property, so till when she has to deposit the capital gaincontinue
I would like to know that, whether a husband/wife can sell their property to their wife/husband.
I have sent a RTI application to our District Magistrate via SPEED POST. The application is attached. This is my first RTI application, so I am not sure if everything is rightly done.
1. I beg to the respected experts to review the application and correct the errors to make it perfect.
2. I sent it without any proof of citizenship. Will it work?
3. I sent it to the D.M. directly, without PIO etc. Is anything wrong?
4. It is sent by SPEED post, no AD card. Will it create problem on filing appeal in no response case?
With lots of thanks.
** For the experts: I sent it with Rs. 10.00 court fee stamp affixed. Sorry, I forgot to tell it.
Can an affidavit filed in family court by the petitioner be ammended?
The family court was supposed to give an order on the affidavit given earlier.But the petitioner's GPA alongwith his advocate wanted to present the ammended affidavit,which was not possible because of the Hon'ble Judge's absence.The next date has been posted on 28 December 2009.My daughter is a respondent in this case.What best can be done in this case? The suggestions in this regard will be highly appreciated.