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jaideep
05 April 2020 at 23:39
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To create housing society in madhya pradesh

can any one have idea of lawyer who specially handle motor vehicle accident and insurance cases in Indore (m.p.)

Raj Kumar Makkad
05 April 2020 at 23:13
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Rti third party act

None expects worship and why should. one expect. This is not Holy Place rather a legal platform where all of us learn from each other but some 'chronic; querists teach more than expected, this is the thing to be noted.


Anonymous
05 April 2020 at 22:40
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Maintenance under dv / derogation of crpc 125

Also is it not perjury to state in one affidavit no domestic relations for last 10years and another affidavit saying in relation continuosly without discontinuity...


Anonymous
05 April 2020 at 22:35
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Maintenance under dv / derogation of crpc 125

Thanks to you Advocate Raj Kumar Makkad hi. For your explanation....my apprehension is about sec 36 of DV act, which stars DV act is an addition to other acts and DV act should not derogate other law.....as per your explanation a wife who lived with a man at any time she can file DV at her will even after 5 or 10 years of separation and claim maintenance.....but crpc 125 states wife living separately with no reason is not eligible for maintenance....now can you see DV and 125 are in conflict.....

Hemant Agarwal
05 April 2020 at 21:05
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Right under hindu succession act

INTROSPECT ON THIS TECHNICALITY;
1. Step-Mother would be classified as Class-II Legal Heir, "ONLY" the purpose of Claim on Deceased Husband's Property, in the capacity of "Father's Widow".

2. Here in the case instant Step-Mother is proposed to be claiming Property of her Deceased Step-Son, in Capacity of "Step Mother" and not as "Father's Widow".

INTERESTING QUESTION !
ANY ANSWERS PLEASE ON ABOVE ?

Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal
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Anonymous
05 April 2020 at 18:36
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Mediclaim policy

Thanks a lot Mr. Makkad for taking time and provide such a thorough information

Raj Kumar Makkad
05 April 2020 at 18:20
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Regarding 498a

Though Law of 498A IPC seems same and not changed by the implementation and its interpretation and accordingly legal attitude has entirely changed and it has not remained now pre-ladies as was in earlier due to its misuse by the ladies Various instructions have been passed by Hon'ble Apex Court for the police authorities to deal with the same, the crux of which is that you need not worry for the arrest unless a serious crime is committed.

ramdevsharma
05 April 2020 at 18:15
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Clause 19(7) rti act 2005

Expert who deserve corrective remedies deserve to be told not to participate & not vice versa.

Raj Kumar Makkad
05 April 2020 at 18:13
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Mediclaim policy

We have properly understood your query with subsequent clarification and my answer is same. Even if you have to purchase a new medi-claim policy and the name of your son do mentions your sirname whereas the certificate of your wife shows her maiden name, it do not affect at all. You can easily purchase the new policy and this shall never become an issue at any stage. Better to go the company from which you want to have the new policy and wait if they raise any objection on that ground or not. Why are you so worry without having any objection from any quarter? If any objection is raised, then only post the objection raised by the insurance company.

ramdevsharma
05 April 2020 at 18:07
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Rti third party act

RK Makkand donot expect thou to be Worshiped.How dare you.

Raj Kumar Makkad
05 April 2020 at 18:06
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Harassment

You might have allowed Intelligence Agencies of USA to get their practical done with you on the terms and conditions best known to you and once you permitted either directly or implicitly, you have no occasion to make any complaint at this belated stage. You have not mentioned what violation has been made by that agency with you and if the same is against the terms and conditions or violates your human rights wherein without having your consent, the practicals have been effected over your body then move to high court seking direction to the Gvot.of India to initiate due action against those agencies.

Advocate Suneel Moudgil
05 April 2020 at 17:51
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Divorce

Bigamy is a non-cognizable offense, bailable and compoundable with the permission of the court.
It is punishable with imprisonment up to 7 years or fine or both.

Advocate Suneel Moudgil
05 April 2020 at 17:50
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Divorce

A person commits bigamy when he/she, during lifetime of the spouse, get married again, without dissolving the earlier marriage, through the Court of Law.

Raj Kumar Makkad
05 April 2020 at 17:49
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Rti third party act

If you know everything then why have you dared to come here for getting free advice? This is not a platform to make allegations against Modi regime or the experts. You are free to obtain the advice from the platform you deem fit. None is going to invite you to visit here. This is your sweet desire to keep on posting your queries which you generally do or leave the site.

Advocate Suneel Moudgil
05 April 2020 at 17:49
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Divorce

second marriage is ILLEGAL/NULL/VOID










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