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will..advocates plz clarify

Posted by : minal   22 November 2019

thanks to all ...but one more thing..i heard n news is viral tat...sons wil not have any rit on fathers property....is it true ...bcoz s ome lawyers s a id yes........if yes can i have the caselaw for this....which will help me more...

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Power Of Attorney

Posted by : BITCOIN INDIA   22 November 2019

Hi everyone,

My dad forced me to sign power of attorney by abusing and threatening to ruin my life.
In a case of my grandfather's (moms dad- deceased) property dispute to fight against my mom's(deceased) silbings.

which I signed unwillingly and it is in supreme court as of 2019. I had signed the same unwillingly when it was in high court in 2018.

Both times I spelled my name wrong in the signature but the court did not recognize it.


Is there anything I can do to prove that the signature was done unwillingly and get back my power of attorney as the defendeants (moms siblings) are good and willing to split the property equally and help me Pay for my education.

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DIVORCE ISSUE

Posted by : Tarun Mehta   21 November 2019

please guide about DIVORCE CASES.
HOW THE PROCEDURE AND SCHEDULE

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Society share certificate

Posted by : MPS RAMANI   21 November 2019

What is the collector stamp duty?  And what is that amnesty scheme for collector stamp duty? The previous owner purchased from the builder. When the bulder sells the flat to a purchaser there will be conveyance deed for the sale of the flat. The buyer would have had to pay the full stamp duty and also register the document. There is no question of amnesty in that. The previuos owner had done somrthing fishy and lied to you. There would be other members in your building who would have purchased from the same builder. Please request any of them to show the documents which they have. Also ask them whether they have share certificate. The Society cannot be functioning if none of them had registered documents and none of them had share certificate.You talk to the Secretary in a friendly manner and ascertain from him how others had registered documents and also were issued share certificates. There must be a history with regard to your flat only, which you do not know. Investigate and find out that history and come here if your problem is not still solved.


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Sale deed of died father's house

Posted by : murali   21 November 2019

my father died without any will. My father has a wife , eldest son, four daughters. Iam the 4th daughter. my father has a self acquired house of 80 sq.yards .My mother is staying with me. All the three sisters sold their share in the house to me with some monetary benefits as iam looking after my mother except my eldest brother. He neither looking after my mother nor willing to give me his share in the house. the house is in the name of my father. now I got
registered of three sister's share in the house by mentioning 3/6th UNDIVIDED share by SALE DEED in registrar office by paying some money to three sisters without my brother's consent..

my question is that

1.is the sale deed valid of their shares even the house is in my father's name. Does my brother can file case that the sale deed is not valid without my consent.

2. my mother want to gift me her 1/6 share also. if I get gift deed registered does it valid now as we did not file any suit in the court.
PEASE suggest how to get title of 5/6share in the house.

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Society share certificate

Posted by : MPS RAMANI   21 November 2019

You are not giving the complete story. It is very difficult to help you thus. You are saying that the previous owner purchased from the builder. How can he purchase the Flat from a builder without paying stamp duty and registration. Amnesty scheme was for those who owned flats in open plot type societies. In the open plot type societies there would be no builder. A group of people come together, form a co-operative society, purchase land build a building and allot flats to the individual members. The ground will be in the name of the Society. Soceity would have paid stamp duty for the purchase of the ground. When the flats are alloted to members there will be no stamp duty as it is a consumer society. Until 1980 or thereabout co-operative societies were outside the Bombay Stamp Act and hence there was no stamp duty. Also co-operative societies were outside Registration Act, 1908. Hence registration of transfer of flats was not compulsory. Even after co-operative societies came under Bombay Stamp Act, many transfers were going on without payment of stamp duty. As the Government found it difficult to catch defaulters, they declared amnesty schemes from to time which was availed by some of the defaulters. Amnesty scheme is relevant only when a member sells flat to an outsider and not when a builder sells to a purchaser. If your seller had purchased from the builder there was no question of amnesty scheme for him. I suspect that he had told you a blatant lie. He may have connived with the builder to escape adequate stamp duty. When there is an amnesty scheme there must be a designated authority to give amnesty. Who was that authority? The document should bear the stamp of that authority. It is not possible to solve your problem through piece meal information. You give the complete history with dates from the date the land was purchased and the building was constructed. There will be no documents on stamp paper for flats in open plot type societies purchased before 1980 or thereabout. For instance I do not have a stamped document for my flat. I have only share certificate and allotment letter from the Society.


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validity of sale deed.

Posted by : Viru   21 November 2019

dear sir I bought one site in bank auction Bangalore.
total land owner is wife and she given power of attorney t her husband in 02-03 2006, to convertion the property and for development.

in this layout I bought one site in the sale deed photo of the seller and signed by seller is husband (actual real owner is wife ) in future it may not be a legal issues for me !
waiting for replay.
thanking you.

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Can daughter in law claim a share in father in law's house

Posted by : Sankar GT   21 November 2019

Thanks for your time and valuable guidance Sir. Regards


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Can daughter in law claim a share in father in law's house

Posted by : Sankar GT   21 November 2019

Thanks for your time and valuable guidance Sir. Regards


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Can daughter in law claim a share in father in law's house

Posted by : Sankar GT   21 November 2019

Thanks for your time and valuable guidance Sir. Regards


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Can daughter in law claim a share in father in law's house

Posted by : Sankar GT   21 November 2019

Thanks for your time and valuable guidance Sir. Regards


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Can daughter in law claim a share in father in law's house

Posted by : Sankar GT   21 November 2019

Thanks for your time and valuable guidance Sir. Regards


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Being a student is hard

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Bond transfer between 2 government organisations

Posted by : Balaji   21 November 2019

I am currently selected for the post of Trainee Controller on Fixed Term Contract in Air India Limited. I am asked to submit a Bank Guarantee for an amount of Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand Only) from a Nationalized Bank for a period of 05 years at the time of joining training. In case, I leave the Company or my Fixed Term Contract is terminated before completion of 05 years tenure of Fixed Term Contract, the said Bank Guarantee in whole will be invoked by the Company. This notification came on 1st week of September 2019. Exam was conducted on last week of September 2019. I got my offer letter this week. I have wrote 2 exams for Government job recruitment earlier. One exam was in April 2019 and another exam was in July 2019. The results of both the exams are pending. Suppose I get the results of those exams before my Fixed Term Contract ends and in case I get selected in any one of those exams, will my Bank Guarantee be invoked by Air India Limited? According to DPE O.M. No. 15(2)/2003-DPE(GM)/GL-57 dated 29th July, 2004, will I be eligible to transfer my Bank Guarantee from Air India Limited to another Government Organisation? Suppose if Air India Limited gets privatised and in case I get the results of those exams before my Fixed Term Contract ends and in case I get selected in any one of those exams, will my Bank Guarantee be invoked by Air India Limited? DPE Guidelines Link : https://dpe.gov.in/sites/default/files/Enforcement_of_bonds.pdf Air India Limited Job notification Link : https://ota.airindia.in/erecruitmenttraineecontroller/UploadAdv/Advertisement_Trainee%20Controller_Aug193_9_2019.pdf Read more at: https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Bond-transfer-between-2-government-organisations-read-more-205738.asp

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lawyer has taken advance not returning

Posted by : TGK REDDI   21 November 2019

I know several such lawyers.    There seems to be no remedy.


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Society share certificate

Posted by : Kishor Mehta   21 November 2019

If you are in Maharashtra you can approach the District Dy. Registrar of CHS of your zone for help.

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Society share certificate

Posted by : Sayed   21 November 2019

Now how can i register previous owner agreement without him and he purchased flat from builder and builder has expired year ago. ? Its there any legal way to register agreement of previous owner without the previous owner pls?

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Society share certificate

Posted by : Sayed   21 November 2019

Now how can i register previous owner agreement without him and he purchased flat from builder and builder has expired year ago. ? Its there any legal to register agreement of previous owner with the previous owner pls?

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will..advocates plz clarify

Posted by : Shashi Dhara   21 November 2019

It is not mandatory to register will if any one challenges then you have to prove the will genuiness and take custody of property in competent court of law.

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Property succeeded from is inherited or selfacquired status

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