A civil executionn was dismissed in default by the court due to non-appearance of both plaintiff and defendant. the plaintiff applied for restoration of the case after 1 year under section 151 with proper ground. Now, is it nessasary for plantiff to send the summons to the defendant before the hearing for restoration starts or judge can restore the suit and then the summons to be served to defendend .
Defendend objections under section 47 were dismissed in default in august 2019 but plantiff was present .
after that in 2022 civil execution was dismissed in default .
Defendent had stopped appearing the court from very start of 2019 .
THe Company not providing releaving letter . Its been a month that papers are put by us. After putting down my papers in the next 2 3 days company sent a mail stating that mail account is suspended and I should not communicate to any one in the office and that I have done a fraud . I have been writing for releaving letter but no one is responding .
Now I have to join new company tomorrow. New company is aware that the precious employer is doing this to me for no fault of mine.
Summons were issued by court in criminal case to one witness for production of documents and to another for giving evidence with documents. Neither of witness appeared in court and one witness deputed his advocate on his behalf and produced the documents whereas another witness neither appeared nor deputed anyone whereas his witness was essential for giving evidence with records as mentioned in the summons. The court accepted that section 91 allows persons to produce documents. My query is when in the summons it is clearly mentioned for giving evidence what remedy is left for petitioner where witness can be compelled to come to witness box for giving evidence
Mr A and Mrs are husband and wife.
Mr A gifted shares to Mrs A worth Rs 50,000 in 2010-11
Expecting the shares to be sold in current financial year, Mr A and Mrs purchased a house property (joint ownership between Mr A and Mrs A) for Rs 5 Lakhs in March 2022. Mr A provided Rs 2 Lakhs From his personal funds and Rs 3 Lakhs through joint home loan.
Mrs A sold the shares in June 2022 for Rs 5 Lakhs which is also the long-term capital gain for her. The sale consideration from shares was credited in her account and the home loan was disposed off.
Income from sale of shares is to be shown in the ITR of Mr A after application of clubbing provisions of section 64(1)(iv)
Mr A wants to claim exemption under section 54 F for investment done by both Mr A and Mrs A, in purchase of joint property, (Mr A provided Rs 2 Lakhs from his personal funds and Rs 3 Lakhs through joint home loan which was disposed from sale consideration of shares), the money was credited in bank account of Mrs A and loan was disposed through check.
Mr A and Mrs A want to opt for co-ownership in proportion to their investment and also claim 54F for both Mr A (transferor) and Mrs A (transferee) investment.
Query - Whether or not eligibility claim of Section 54 F will be accepted by the Income Tax department regarding joint investment / joint ownership of residential house with both Mr A (transferor) and Mrs A (transferee) eligible to claim section 54F on sale of shares.
Please support with relevant case laws, if any.
Supplier not uploaded March invoice in 2A. Total GST is Rs 1 lakh. But we don't have money to pay. Usually ITC will be more than output tax. If we wait till it is reflected in 2A of April can we file March quarterly returns afterwards without payment of tax. For this we have to enter ITC more than March 2B. Is it possible. Please guide me and suggest any other alternatives.
Supplier not uploaded March invoice in 2A. Total GST is Rs 1 lakh. But we don't have money to pay. Usually ITC will be more than output tax. If we wait till it is reflected in 2A of April can we file March quarterly returns afterwards without payment of tax. For this we have to enter ITC more than March 2B. Is it possible. Please guide me and sujjest any other alternatives.
I am from Karnataka. My right leg is affected by polio. I can not drive manual car so tried with automatic and I am able to drive automatic. Planning to book automatic now though it's little costlier than manual. Now my question is, Can I register my car under Divyangjan? Few of them are saying, should modify the car. I am buying automatic because it's modified and I no need to operate clutch so I no need to use both the legs. Few of them are saying, no need to modify the car so that you can appoint a driver for your personal use. Please anyone let me know What is the exact rule to register vehicle under Divyangjan?
My Father got plot from mhada in Thane , in lottery system & i lost my Allotment letter I want Duplicate Allotment letter, what is the procedure .
I had Given RTI to mhada on 12 February ,But No Response
If Wife has received Exparte divorce in the year 2019 and subsequently received Permanent alimony from Husband before trial court through Execution petition 4 years later, can Wife still go on to file fresh DVC under Sec 18 now to return Stridhan having received Exparte Divorce & Permanent Alimony. Will Trial court allow it?. Please reply
Divorce case. summons not received issue.
Ok, But where I should search for him? More how many days it'll take for me to get divorce??? I'm in dilemma now...
He's wandering around us only and wantedly not attending the court without staying at one place and moreover not receiving the summons wantedly wasting my time and time of the court wantedly. He's moreover saying that court can't do anything till he attends the court. That point he's fixing in his mind and playing drama.