We are buying cidco flat from seller..but there is issue that they have only possession letter issued by Cidco but allotment letter is missing so there is any issue in future if allotment letter is missing
If my bank fails, I hold a joint sb account with my wife. By we hold multiple fds...2L fds in my name and 1.10L worth fd in my wife's name. Kindly let me know if we will get 1L or 2L dicgc cover.
ear Team ,
We Have society Registered under Societies ACT 1860 in Madhya Pradesh State we want to change it into Maharashtra State ,
Is there any process to change of state in Societies .
Looking Forward for Your kind reply
Respected All date 26-09-2019
1]I had requested documents pertaining to preservation/retention period under RTI,Act,2005 vide application dated 17/12/2018. The Information Officer not provide complete documents.
2]Due no in-complete documents from the I.O. First Appeal filed on 10/02/2019, accordingly hearing in 1st Appeal was held on 14/04/2019 the hearing attended by I.O. I had requested to decide matter on the basis of submission made with 1st Appeal by me.
3]Due to no responses within 45 days from First Appellate Authority, second appeal was filed on 04/04/2019.
4]First Appellate Authority passed order-in-appeal and directed the Information Officer to make documents available to the application vide his order-in-appeal dated 14/05/2019.
5]I.O, not complied the order of his higher authority [i.e. FAA] till today. In this matter hearing in second appeal was fixed on 04/09/2019 by Hon'ble Information Commission , which was re-fixed on 23/09/2019.
6]Just before hearing date I. O. informed regarding non-availability of documents with his office i.e. after expiry of total 107 [14/5/2019 to 04/09/2019] days from the date of order-in-appeal passed by the FAA] During the hearing Commissioner not agreed wtih order of the FAA. now my query are,
(a) Can Information Commission revert the order of the First Appellate Authority ? if so, under which provisions/section of the RTI, Act,2005 ?
(b) What will be action from our side to get requested document?
Requested for valuable guidance and help.
On the website of Supreme Court there is one section of efiling of cases. https://sci.gov.in/efiling
However, I also read some articles on internet that many issues came up in efiling process. One of the main was lower courts did not digitalized its documents.
So I want to know whether this system is working or stopped ?
My sister in UK wishes to transfer a residential plot in gated society in Dera Bassi, Punjab. I am living in Panchkula for past 18 years. Our parents were living in Faridabad town and have deceased. Non of us has ever lived in Dera Bassi. Can you please advise as to who will issue the Kursinama?
II want to apply for my client he is brother of mentally retarded sister so her sister is adult 45 age so can he apply at local level committee and where should we contact where is office as applicant stay in Mira Road. Thanks. Adv Rakhi Jadav
Please clarify should I include the following in the will
a) Can I appoint Beneficiery to the will as executor of the will who is major and living in India.
b) Can I add the beneficiery PAN and Aadhaar Number for more authenticity
c) Should I write any thing in the will with respect to Tax paid money etc.
d) Should I need to mention anything on loan liability on the will.
e) what is the value of stamp paper on which the will is to be drafted.
f) how much registration fee is likely to paid in the State of Tamilnadu.
Can we apply on line ?
And on what वेबसाइट
My grandfather died in 1990 and my father died in 2014. My grandfather had 8 children 4 boys and 4 girls.
Now all our property is in "common patta" and all legal heirs i.e. my father and all his brothers' names are included in it.
When I approached the local VAO to change all our property into my mother's name he asked me to bring my grandfather's legal heir certificate.
When I said that out of 8 children of my grandfather only 2 are alive now. He said that then I need to attach the respective legal heir certificates of all the deceased childrens of my grandfather.
This is practically not possible as approaching my uncles' and aunts' children and grandchildren will take ages. Even if I approach them nobody will hand over their father and grandfather's legal heir certificate.
So what are my chances of getting my grandfather's legal heir certificate and converting our property from family's "common patta" into my mother's name???