One of my relatives submitted a flase will for probate on 2009 and I contested in court.till 2014 . Then I have to go out of India for my Service and was out of touch for couple of years . Now after returning I am seeing in website (Ecourt India Service) that the case has dismissed on 2016. It has written in this way :-
Case Status - Case Disposed
Nature of disposal - Uncontested - dismissed for non prosecution .
I wish to knos - what is the meaning of these wodrings ? Did My relative got the probate of the will ? and what can be done now ?
After completion of 2 years of my married life my wife got cancer while she was pregnant and I treated her by spending 40 lakh.
Before 10 days of my wife died she filled a 498A case from their monther house stating that I ignored her and not spent even a single rupee and as usual that I and my mother treated them with cruelty demanding money. I can understand her situation at the time as her parents misguided her that after her death my 2 years baby girl will be on roads. Now I am fighting against a case which is in the stage of witness and from last 4 hearings they are not coming and will not come.
Now after my wife death i.e in Aug 2018 my baby was not handed over to me. I tried in lok Adalat but no use and police denied to help me as my wife filled 498A on me. with no option, I filed GOWP in the month of Sep 2018 and still date PO was on transfer and suddenly yesterday I saw court held with remarks as " Counter of R1 and R2 not filled. No representative both sides. However, posted to next hearing as last and final chance"
My inlaws are 65 & 60 years old.
I would like to know if no counter filed in next hearing means the decision will be in my favour and I will get my baby back.
Please help me I have already discussed with my lawyer and my intention in writing this mail was to know the chances of my baby back where I don't want to miss a single opportunity. From last year, they haven't shown me, my baby.
Because your father has bequeathed all his property in the name of mother, your father's entire share should go to your mother. But, whether your father can write a will of entire ancestral property to your mother alone is doubtful. Always trust local advocate and before signing seek for the draft copy from your uncle for legal advice.
As I can understand, it is only the proviso that has been amended, the principal rule viz. "The authorised officer shall serve to the borrower a notice of thirty days for sale of the immovable secured assets, under sub-rule (5)', remains unamended.
From the facts stated, the deed need to be signed only by your mother. However, before execution of the deed, settle as to what as to the sharing of sale proceedings.
Admittedly, he has not furnished any false information.
"eller register land in 2007 of survey no 492/F3 but showed at different location with different boundaries" What do you mean by this statement? How is is the 'seller'? Who has been the buyer?
You have not posted the material facts as to the circumstances for applying for bail.
Ji, state full facts. what is the opinion of your own cousel?
Ji, to me your query is not clear.
1. DEPOSIT for any kind of "Internal Repairs", is NOT within the parameters of the MCS Act, Rules & Bye-Laws.
2. Society can collected the Deposit, based on the perception of risk /damages to the Society premises, incurred by the Flat Owner for conducting any Internal /External repairs etc..... HOWEVER, the Society has to pass a General Body resolution via a proper Notice-Agenda-Uniamous Resolution, to collect the Deposit for the purposes.
Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal