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transfer of property

Posted by : Sinjari Banerjeeon   29 May 2020











Originally posted by : OM PRAKASH
Ms. Sinjari Banerjee, first of all, you are making mountain out of a mole, just on the typing error in your name. However, I still maintain that one should not show his/her prowess in English to any lay man, who may not be so forthcoming like me. On the contrary, it was just a suggestion, which you ought to have shrugged it off, but definitely you have no right to ridicule me on my view. Have some respect for the democracy, even though you belong to the State of Mamta Banerjee. However, I too have no time to have dialogue with a woman like you.


Thanks a lot for your kind consideration and hope that you will never ever associate my name in any of your remark because I have already pointed out that I am not at all interested to waste my precious time in any sort of unhealthy conversation.



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what is the procedure after registering nc?

Posted by : Sufiyanon   29 May 2020
Thank you very much sir appreciate your reply.

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corporate lawyer

Posted by : SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900on   29 May 2020

For Mumbai you can contact me



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maintenance after exparte divorce

Posted by : Rama chary Rachakondaon   29 May 2020

you can show exparte divorce order of Meerut



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what is the procedure after registering nc?

Posted by : Hemant Agarwalon   29 May 2020

1. IF Police has registered an NC for your complaints, THEN it means that offences are not of cognizable type ELSE Police is bound to register an FIR for any cognizable offences, intiate investigation, file charge sheet in Court.



2. "AFTER"  Police has registered an NC, Police DOES NOT DO ANYTHING unless Court directs it to.



3. You will have to file a private complaint in the local Magistrate's Court, citing the NC and prove your case or seek directions from Magistrate to Police to investigate & initiate prosecution proceedings (as & IF applicable).



Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal

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can i get fir copy which police filed under ipc 151?

Posted by : Rama chary Rachakondaon   29 May 2020

You can get it through online. procedure follows. 



Citizen needs to complete their enrollment/ registration process first in Citizen Portal by providing actual Aadhar number and mobile number which will be validated through OTP number.



User will click on View FIR menu on home page



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Industrial Dispute case

Posted by : Komal Gawason   29 May 2020
OK thanks for your suggestions.

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press tool manufacturers

Posted by : leonamargreton   29 May 2020

What is actually these Press tool manufacturers?    Mobile Phone Repeaters UK   Not only this service but also whenever we plan to buy any products or to use any services, then we need to check for the cost of it and also look at the budget that we have.



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Income Certificate and Registration

Posted by : Mr. Barot Baroton   29 May 2020
I can't reveal my identity or of the board involved.

I am debarred for appearing in 10th board exam.
And, yes income certificate was required by the board, there is a provision.

We have received written communication from board after due hearing at a of mine at boards office.

We did put our point that we have had submitted the original income certificate but it is the school which did mistake in forwarding the earlier fake certificate to the board.

They are not listening us. School and Board both are denying my submission since I don't have any proof.

Reply something worth reading which can provide me justice. I am fed up from people asking about me and etc.

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transfer of property

Posted by : OM PRAKASHon   29 May 2020
Ms. Sinjari Banerjee, first of all, you are making mountain out of a mole, just on the typing error in your name. However, I still maintain that one should not show his/her prowess in English to any lay man, who may not be so forthcoming like me. On the contrary, it was just a suggestion, which you ought to have shrugged it off, but definitely you have no right to ridicule me on my view. Have some respect for the democracy, even though you belong to the State of Mamta Banerjee. However, I too have no time to have dialogue with a woman like you.

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regarding salary and job termination, in covid 19

Posted by : Ritesh Maityon   29 May 2020

Unless you get a written communication from your company, it will be premature to consider any legal steps. If the company terminates you then you have right to challenge the same before the court of law. However, you cannot take any preventive measures at this stage.



Regarding your salary, you are entitled to the same if you have worked. Though the Ministry of Home Affairs in its order directed the employers not to deduct or reduce any salary of employees during covid-19, but the said order is under challenge and pending before the Supreme Court.



However, you have stated that you have only received 15 days salary for February 2020, which is much before lockdown, and it is illegal. If you have worked (even from home) during the lockdown period, then I believe you are entitled to full salary for the said period of lockdown.  



Regarding your salary, you may demand the same in writing. This is the first legal step you can take at this moment. 



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gratuity

Posted by : Ritesh Maityon   29 May 2020

Correctly suggested by Mr. Hemant Agarwal. He is entitled to gratuity. The length of continuous service is important for the purpose of payment of gratuity. 



The retirement age is immaterial and cannot be a ground for non-payment of gratuity.



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pan information

Posted by : Ritesh Maityon   29 May 2020

Dual employment is prohibited under the Factories Act. But considering you are working in IT sector, you will not fall under the Factories Act. However, please check your letter of appointment for clauses which may debar you from any other employment. If such clause exists in your letter of appointment, then it will be illegal to work in another company.



Now, even if there is no such clause, you current (Indian) comany may bring charges against you for not giving full effort to the company since you are engaged in dual employment and over working and getting less time to rest per day and hence your output is suffering. 



I would advice not to engage yourself in dual employment. However, before that your letter of appointments of both companies needs to be looked into in order to understand the factual aspect.



Regarding the US company asking for PAN card, it is difficult to tell whether such company is fraud or not for the info you have provided. 



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What is the procedure after registering nc?

Posted by : Sufiyanon   29 May 2020
Dear Sir,
Very recently, I lodged a complaint for non-cgnizable offence at a police station.
Being a non-cognizable complaint. FIR can not be registered. However, the officer took our application/complaint and made some notings and said the N C offence was recorded.
Now, as per the CRPC, this NC compaint has to go to a magistrate. However, I want to know the following.
1:- in what time frame, the NC complaint has be forwarded to magistrate?
2:- How can I know WHETHER it has been actually forwarded to magistrate or not?
3:- Can/should police do any preliminary investigation before the NC complaint is forwarded to magistrate?
4:- Once the complaint has been forwarded, and investigation has started, Is it possible to know about the updates on the investigation?
Pl. guide me abt the above doubts. if possible, point-wise and with relevent section numbers of CRPC

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industrial dispute case

Posted by : Ritesh Maityon   29 May 2020

It is your case, and you should also take necessary care of it by knowing the next date of hearing and going to courts. You should not blindly blame your lawyers. 



Anyways, long time has passed. From your post it is understood that in 2009, the case of workman was dismissed exparte (hopefully not on merit) and thereafter the workman moved to High Court in 2012. Since you have already moved before High Court, it is better to get advice from the lawyer conducting the case at High Court. 



Delays may occur for various reasons and not only due to lawyers/ courts. 



If you wish to have a second opinon, it is advisable to consult with a lawyer with all papers (all documents related to labour court case/ ex-parte order of labour court/ application before the High Court etc.) 



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regarding a joint house property which is partially distributed

Posted by : Tushar Chaudharyon   29 May 2020
there is a self acquired house which is in the name of my grand father and during his life time they distribute the house in 5 parts one for himself and rest 4 parts to 4 sons equally, now grand father and grand mother is no more and as per the court decree my father has his 1/5th share, now the rest brothers don't want to distribute the fathers share and my father wants to distribute share as my father's and grand father's portion of house is joint and rest brothers house is separate so I am having difficulty in selling my 1/5 th portion I just only want my share 1/4 th portion from my grand father's property to sale my portion of property easily so please suggest me what I do and take from my brother to get my share and easily sale it please suggest

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transfer of property

Posted by : Sinjari Banerjeeon   29 May 2020











Originally posted by : OM PRAKASH
Ms. Sindari Banerjee, please use the lay man's language in your suggestions. Thanx.


Mr. Om Prakash don't you know the decorum to maintain a dignified attitude? You have even distorted my name. Please take note that if Mr, Prateek Jain is unable to understand my previous remark,then he can ask me the same through his reply but why are you considering a person a layman?Another thing I have to point out that I have tried my best to explain the fact in lucid manner,even after that,if the person in whose thread I am replying,finds any problem then I can explain the same. Please further take note that I am unwilling to get my name attached to any of your future reply because as a Lawyer having 18 yrs of experience,I am unwilling to devote my time to entertain any unhealthy discussion.



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Seizure of pledged gold

Posted by : OM PRAKASHon   29 May 2020
Pledge: Thing that is given as security for the fulfilment of a contract or the payment of a debt is liable to forfeiture in the event of failure. On the other hand, you haven't stated the reason of pledging the gold, yet it was in the custody of the same bank, which disbursed you the personal loan. Since you have failed in EMIs against that personal loan from the same bank, so the same bank has done the right thing. No notice is required from the bank in such cases.

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rights of step brother in agri land

Posted by : sagar navaleon   29 May 2020
Mr. Hemant Agrawal and G.L.N Prasad many thanks for your response, much appreciated. Could you please help me to know how much % share should be their for first wife individually and to her children's. Please also clarify the % share of second wife children's.

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civil death

Posted by : G.L.N. Prasadon   29 May 2020

in laymen terms, we treat persons dead only if there is a dead body and support of death certificate by the competent authority.  But when body is not available and whereabouts are not known, one has to wait for 7 years and apply to the court,  the court then  gives such declaration on the basis of such facts of no knowledge on such person for over 7 years.  For claiming a benefit or to take any action on that person's assets etc, DC is mandatory.  DC can be given only on the proper laid down procedure.  This civil death is exclusive procedure meant for different needs





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