A movable property in which value decreases due to passage of time, in the name of the owner can be disposed when there are no restrictions by the court on such sale. The defendants/respondents can only mention such sale, and in case of disputes, the court considers and decides about adequate compensation in lieu of that disposed asset.
That property that remained undivided, the son is entitled to a share if the father died intestate.
These precautions are a 'MUST" and "SHOULD" and are minimum.
Just search in google for more details and requisites and formats.
Your profession is "business", and still it appears that there is no maturity in maintaining personal relations. May be she has come to know of your weakness and timidness and may be exploiting you or threatening you. Be stubborn and distance from her and face the situation when it comes and do not assume things and spoil your mental peace.
As outlined in the National Employment Standards, employees are required to be given varying periods of notice if they are to be terminated, based on the length of time which they have been working within the organisation or business.
It is not a legal query. However you got some reply.satify with it.
Father purchased property (building) in the name of his wife. Hence it is self acquired property of the wife. So after wife's death, her husband and all children including daughters have equal rights over the property. Consult local advocate having knowledge in property matters to file case. But delayed.
|Originally posted by : TPM - Punjab Club|
|sir. i am employee of a limited farm and work as manager.company is forcefully verbally demanding resignation from me .what due to current market status their is no suitable job for me in market and i am refusing to give resignation. and demand from them to give this information in writing. but do 1) if they suddenly stop me to enter factory gate.2) if they suddenly dismiss me from job.kindly suggest me legal matter.thankss singh|
If that is ltd.farm then they can exit you with proper manner.
First asked them for reason to exit you,if you are not able to enter from gate,write an application with demand reply and also hint them that you will knock the door of court for justice,then see they will sure reply you.
So after getting reply from them note those grounds to exit you,iff you seems its invalid file a suit.
|Originally posted by : R. K. Khanna|
|Dear Sirs, Investigating Officer of Police while investigating in a 498A FIR extracted call data record and cell tower locations of accused. Most probably approval of competent authority was not taken and even if taken there should not be a valid ground of national security and public interest as issue involved is matrimonial. Police is not giving any information in RTI citing that cyber cell of police is exempt from RTI. In what situations Police can extract the CDR? How to safeguard the fundamental right of privacy if we do not know if someone is secretly violating the privacy. Any reference to CDR has not been made in the chargesheet. Apparently this action of taking CDR was taken by I.O. under influence of complainant and possibly to know the location of accused. What action can be taken against I.O.? Thanks|
Please go through details case study to understand the details fact of CDR (link given below)
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|Originally posted by : Smital Samdadiya Jain|
|in 304a crpc case after rto inspection is it necessary for police to keep records or documents to whom the car is handed over & to inform or call car owner if accused is driver|
|Originally posted by : Pratik Birhade|
|i want to know detailed information about gift deed.|
gift deed is a legal document by which you are gifiting someone,its shows your willingness of gift to someone.
If you want to gift someone you may go with gift deed....to made gift deed contact local lawyer he will explain you best,like clauses,process,registration etc.