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(Retd.  Judge and Advocate, Bengaluru)


1.NAME:                       KISHAN DUTT KALASKAR


3. DATE OF BIRTH:       12.03.1961   ( 55 YEARS )

3A. EDUCATION       :   B.Com (First Class from Osmania) LL.B (Gulbarga)

4. EXPERIENCE:  Junior and Senior Civil Judge & Metropolitan    Magistrate .  ( Served for 20 Years, From 1992 To 2012 )

A: Related Spl Exp:  Decided several types of civil, criminal, land acquisition, cheque bounce, motor vehicles and other varities fo cases.

B) Worked as Head of the Legal Cell, Revenue, Home etc., in Govt. of Karnataka

C) Worked as Central Project Officer and in-charge of entire Karnataka, to look after computerization of High Court of Karnataka and Sub-ordinate Courts

D) Worked as in-charge Deputy Secretary, High Court of Karnataka Legal Services Committee and presided over High Court Lok Adalats Daily from 5 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. along with High Court Judges.


                                    B)         20  YEARS EXPERIENCE AS JUDICIAL OFFICER

                                                         C)                Legal Advisor, Enquiry Officer and Advocate since July 2012


1. Worked on the Editorial Board of Karnataka Law Journal

2. Presently on the Editorial Board of Reputed Law Journal

3. On  the Enquiry Panel of   BESCOM  (Bangalore Electricity Supply Company)

4. On  the Enquiry Panel of   Wonder La, Bangalore 

5. On  the Enquiry Panel of Shakti Precision Components (India), Bangalore-48

6. On  the Enquiry Panel of  KSTDC (Karnataka State Tourism Department Corporation) 


Address for Communication:                                                       

Kishan Dutt Kalaskar

No.74, First floor,

6th cross, Malleswaram, BENGALURU - 3

Mob: 9686971935, Land: 080-23461189


    What kinds of questions I can and can't answer?
    Karnataka related questions family, Divorce, Property, Criminal, Cheque Bounce, Any district of Karnataka, Legal Documents, Husband, Wife, Bangalore or Bengaluru City Matters

    My area of expertise
    Civil, Criminal, Divorce, Cheque bounce

    My experience in the area (years):
    32 years of which 20 years as judicial officer and 12 as Advocate. Now I am ( for last 4 years) freelancer for and preparing Head Notes for recent Judgments.

    Organizations I belong to:

    Publications or writing which has appeared :
    Indian Law Reports-Karnataka. Karnaaka Law Journal, Bengaluru

    Educational credentials:
    B.Com (First Class) from Osmania University, Hyderabad and LL.B form Gulbarga University, Karnataka

    Award & Honors:
    My book tittle 'HOW TO GET SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS AND STIPEND" published by Asia reputed publisher that is M/s Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi.

  • Shashi Kiran says : Ancestor property
    Hello sir, There is a Property of 5 acre in the name of my grandfather which we dint know off. I have only sy no. and some online records of RTC,copy of mutation.. please let me know how to claim land and whom should i contact to get infomation reguarding Thank you sir.

  • salila says : sec 12 consumer protection act
    in the consumer court , i filed case in 2018 with notice of 2018.after return reply ,argument,the forum declined the case ,as i was asking waivement of charges from 2007. sec 22 limitation act allows for continue breach of service ,every day is a new cause of action.when both party do not argue on limitation,why forum opined on 3rd issue .pl guide

  • Ranjit says : GARBAGE DISPOSAL
    Sir Thank You for your repy. However I did not understand who will approach the Civic Authority, the Defaulter OR the Committee. The Committee is going to instruct the Society Housekeeping, not to pick up the Defaulters Garbage. Can you elaborate a little

  • Mustafa Bhat says : 498A & 406 Written arguments
    Sir, In my 498A & 406 case oral arguments was done, after oral arguments both counsels requested for written arguments which was allowed by Court, Now the prosecution is saying that they will submit the written arguments one or two days after the defense will submit their written arguments and after providing a copy of defense arguments to prosecution. Can any one please guide me what is law on it. Is persecution correct.. Any Law / Judgement plz.

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