Anirudh's Expert Profile

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About me



    What kinds of questions I can and can't answer?
    Business Law

    My area of expertise
    Company law

    My experience in the area (years):
    5 years

    Organizations I belong to:
    Advocate

    Publications or writing which has appeared :
    NIL

    Educational credentials:
    LL.B.

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  • S.Abarna Buvaneswari says : correction to be made in all documents
    Sir, I have changed my name from S.Buvaneswari to S.Abarna Buvaneswari and in all my SSLC,HSC,Degree certificates all in the name of (S.Buvaneswari) and i need to change to my current name (S.Abarna Buvaneswari). I dont know the procedure for changing name in all cerificates. Kindly need suggestions

  • S.Abarna Buvaneswari says : correction to be made in all documents
    Sir, I have changed my name from S.Buvaneswari to S.Abarna Buvaneswari and in all my SSLC,HSC,Degree certificates all in the name of (S.Buvaneswari) and i need to change to my current name (S.Abarna Buvaneswari). I dont know the procedure for changing name in all cerificates. Kindly need suggestions

  • Vashist Gudds says : Xerox of sale deed lost
    Lost xerox of sale deed, but registration number not mentioned in xerox, as it's behind all pages, can xerox be misused

  • Jhanvi says : caste certificate
    Sir, my caste is scheduled caste in both Andhra and Karnataka. I have two caste certificates... one from Madhya Pradesh where my father was working, which in the migration format, based on father certificate which is from Andhra Pradesh. After transferring to Karnataka, I applied for another caste certificate. This one is not based on my father's certificate. there is no migrant clause in the format. is it illegal to have both..?? is it illegal??

  • Madan says : Transfer of share of Property
    A small clarification regarding transfer of share of legal heir: Let us say A has inherited his part in a ancestral property property. Now A dies and there are 3 legal heirs B, C, & D. Can "B" now transfer its share (1/3rd) in that property in favour of C ? Is the consent/signature of the other party "D" required ?There is no partition made after the death of A and these three have naturaly become the legal heirs. Let us say "D" is not aware of this settlement..!

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