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  • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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    Recent judgment by the Supreme Court now has given the discretion to the family courts to waive off the six months waiting period before filing the second motion in a mutual divorce petition.

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  • From subhahsini M Jain
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    My dad passed away by major elevator accident on his office premises.we need legal advice for compensation job as we file FIR against management for negligence act ,it’s almost 67days but still police hadn’t arrested anyone from the management,also we came across that elevator was not under maintenance contract at the time of my dad accident.please advice us how to fight for compensation job in court against this C.S.E.B power plant industry Korba C.G.

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  • From Hasan Zaboli
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    Dear Sir/Madam
    This Is to Inform You That We Are Three Brothers .
    We Were Residing In 3 Rooms in An Old Tenement Building in Dadar Mumbai Area.
    One Room Was Comparatively Bigger Than the Other Two.
    These Three Rooms Were in My Mother’s Name.
    A Private Builder Came Along and Bought the Building Under Redevelopment and built a 22 floor Complex Apartment.
    After 3 Years in June 2017 That Is 5 Months Back on 1st June 2017 We three brothers Got Possession of The three Flats with All the Agreement Papers Intact Issued by Builder and Mhada. (Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority).
    We Got Three Flats and Each Flat Has Three Brothers As 33 Percent Stake Holder So All Three Flats Are All on Three Brothers.
    Each brother got a set of 3 keys of all three flats as it is a joint account.
    We told the builder to put the three flats in each brother’s name.
    Builder said since the rooms were in my mother name he can’t put separate names in each brother name .
    But the Builder agreed and said he would do it if we three brothers mutually agreed and went to him and request him to do so he would put in flat in each brother’s name, but my rouge brother is not cooperating .
    We two brothers are on one side and the other rogue brother in on the other side against us.
    My rogue Brother Is Trying to Grab All Three Flats and He Tried and is trying His Level Best but He Was/Is Not Successful Since the Builder and Mhada officials supported us and Helped Us to Get All Three Flats in All Three Brothers Name.
    We Gave the Flat Which Is Bigger in Size to Our Rogue Brother So That He Would Cooperate with Us in Giving the Other Two Flats to Us and Help in In Putting the Flats in Each Brother’s Name but He Is Not Doing That.
    Presently We two brothers Have Got Possession of The Flats and My One Rogue Brother Who Is Trying to Grab Our Two Flats Has Bought His Luggage and Goods in Two of Our Flats.
    We registered a police complaint but police Says Since It Is Joint Account He can Keep His Goods in Our Two Rooms and we can keep are goods an stuff in his room
    But His Intensions Are Evil and he is up to dirty tricks
    Registration of The Three Flats Is Not Yet Done as My Rogue Brother Is Not Cooperating and Not Coming Forward to The Collector’s Office to Get the Same Done.
    We Want to Get the Three Flats Separated and Put in Each Brother’s Name but Builder Is Saying the First Step Is to Get the Flats Registered but Our Rogue Brother Is Not Cooperating.
    We Two Brothers Have Offered Our Rogue the Bigger Flat So That He Would Cooperate but No Success
    Also Housing society of our building has not yet been formed as all tenants have not yet moved in the flats.

    The question/query we ask is
    If we go for partition/separation of 3 flats in three brothers name
    1: What will be the cost of the entire process of separation/partition of the three flats be ?
    2: What will be the duration of the entire process of separation/partition of the three flats be ?
    3: Will the verdict be in our favor as we two brothers are in a majority ?
    4: Can the Builder Go Ahead and Put the Two Small Flats in We Two Brothers Name or Else We Have to Apply for Separation/Partition of The Flats in The Three Brothers Name ?
    5: Through the court Can We Ask Our Rogue Bother to Pay the Difference of The Bigger Flat He Is Temporary Occupying or Tell Him to Sell All Three Flats and Distribute the Money Equally?
    6: Builder is telling us to first go in for registration of flats and then apply for separation of the names of the three flats? Is it Correct?
    7: If we two brothers Issue/Send My Rogue Brother a Legal Notice/Summon to Come forward and Cooperate and Help in Getting the Three Flats Registered within A Specified Time limit , and if he does not come forward and cooperate can The Builder Go Ahead and Get It Registered with We Two Other Brothers minus the rouge brother?
    8: Can you recommend any good civil/property/family lawyer in Mumbai Maharashtra who specialize in such case and have handled such cases. ?

    Please advise as we are stuck in a quagmire and are totally confused as Presently we cant sell nor rent the 2 flats

    If Required I Can Scan and Email All the agreement Papers which is in the three brothers name Issued by The Builder and Mhada for Your Reference

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  • From surajh
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    I have applied for Top-up loan on Home loan. The Canfin homes ltd bank is asking for property tax receipt in documents after 2 months from sanction. The fursungi area is going under Pune Muncipal corporation, It will take much time to open grampanchayat office. I can get tProperty tax receipt will once fursungi grampanchayat office will reopen and they doesnot have idea when the office will get re-open. I need to provide property tax receipt as early as possible to bank as per bank rules. Is there any alternative option for the property tax receipt.

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  • From Pankaj sharma
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    Dear Sir/ Madam. I need your help on this very urgent issue. On 7th Sep 17, my employer sent me a termination mail saying non-performance as I am a sales person in general insurance broking firm. I was to serve 1 month notice period, but then on 27th Sep, 17 I was called up for meeting where they asked me to stay subject to a bond signing but no mail was sent to that effect. Thus I continued my services. On 30th October I was again asked for meeting where a bond was presented for 3 yrs and with condition of 2 times of my salary in case I leave prior to that. I declined to sign bond clearly stating that it is unilateral and is adverse for my career. Post that we had a healthy discussion on sales pipeline and meeting was over. On 31st October I received a mail again for termination and asked not to come office from tomorrow. Now I was shocked as nothing was said in earlier meeting to such result. Moreover my employer is not reverting my mails for letting me serving notice period or giving payment in lieu of Notice Period which as per me is applicable since they had asked me stay back though not in writing but why else did they let me work, right! I worked even after stipulated 1 month notice period I.e. 8th Oct 17, done mail communication with clients for new business, distributed Diwali gifts and infact these guys also gave silver coin to me after Deepawali.

    I need help how to make them legally understand that they are diya bound to let me serve 30 days notice period else make payment for not letting me do so along with my Full and Final Settlement.

    I am seeking your help as I am just a middle class service person and my employer is a business man apart from having this insurance broking firm

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  • From Alvis Almeida
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    My friend had issued a cheque of Rs. 100000/- to me dated 16/04/2017. evertime I decided to deposit the cheque , he requested me to give him some time. Finally I deposied the cheque on 16/07/2017 thinking it is is the last date of validity of the cheque. I received a memo from the bank saying the cheque is bounced due to “insufficient Funds”. When I checked with my lawyer, he is telling me that I cannot file u/s Ni 138 since the last date of validity is 15/07/2017 and not 16/07/2017. Please clarify

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  • From Anonymous
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    My husband and I are getting divorced. What will happen if both of us are not willing to keep the custody of the child?

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      Ideally, the custody of the children should go to either of the parents.
      However, since both of you are not interested in taking the custody of the child, it is best that the child is taken care of by social services till he/she is adopted.

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  • From Jeenali Shah
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    My husband has denied me the permission to meet my child and he does not allow me to even talk to him. What can I do?

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      A parent can claim the custody / visitation rights of the child under Section 7 and 17 of the Guardianship Act, and under section 12 of the Hindu Minority Act.

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  • From Aman Khare
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    The insurance company is denying my claim even though I have paid all premiums. What action can I take against the company?

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      The terms and conditions of the insurance policy need to be looked at first. Generally in these scenarios a legal notice is issued to the insurance companies, asking for the relief and if the same is not granted a consumer case is filed against them.

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  • From Shibendu Ghosh
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    I have got a query with respect to change of spelling of my first name in passport.

    My First Name : Shibendu

    In Passport, this has come as : Shivendu, the ‘b’ beingrepalced by V

    I need to apply for Work permit in UK. Please can anyone let me know the procedure to correct this and the time this will take as I need to get this done as soon as possible. Also if only making an affidavit for the same will do or not?

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      You need to check this out from the concerned passport office. It should be a simple matter. They may require an affidavit, unless it is a clerical error.

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  • From Radhika Sunhle
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    Hello I’m married for last three years now I want to get marriage registration certificate kindly let me know the procedure.

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      For Marriage Registration under Hindu Marriage Act: You can apply at office of the Sub-Divisional Magistrate in whose jurisdiction the husband or wife resides on any working day. Fill the Application form duly signed by both husband and wife. Verification of all the documents is carried out on the date of application and a day is fixed for the appointment and communicated to the parties for registration. On the said day, both parties, along with two witness one each from both spouse who attended the marriage, 1 Photo of husband and wife together probably from marriage album, need to be present before the ADM. The Certificate is usually issued on the same day.

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  • From Deepika Sharma
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    what is the benefit of Marriage Registration Certificate??

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      Benefits of Marriage Certificate:
      If you are applying for a passport or opening a bank account after the wedding, then Marriage Certificate is required. Extremely helpful in obtaining visas for both husband and wife. As the foreign embassies in India as well as in countries outside India, do not recognise traditional marriages, the Marriage Certificate is mandatory for the couple to travel abroad using a spouse visa. Enables a spouse in claiming life insurance return or bank deposits in case of demise of the Insurer or depositor without any nominee.

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  • From Rajesh
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    my sister’s husband was working in a state govt. office on the post of J.E.has been died during service on 27/10/2014 and he has left behind his two sons(from first wife who has died)and his mother and my sister(his present wife)she has claimed for retirement benefits and compensation and service. it is to say that her husband did not given nominees name to his office but my sister is his registered wife i.e. he has got married through the court.now my sister is getting pension but her husband’s office has blocked retirement benefits and said that there is no clear existence of relation between two step sons and her so there is must to submit the succession certificate in the concerned office then we have submitted all documents other than succession certificate.and against this we have gone in the hon’ble HC Jharkhand in 2016 please guide me can we be exempt from the liability from succession certificate.

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  • From Rajat Chopra
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    Kindly tell me which documents are required for getting mutation /transfer/ change of name ?

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      (i) A Request for mutation / transfer / change of name.
      (ii) Complete chain of documents (ownership / sale/purchase).
      (iii) An Affidavit on stamp paper of Rs.10/-.
      (iv) An Indemnity Bond on Stamp Paper of Rs.100/-
      (v) Clearance of upto date dues.

      (vi) Payment of Rs.100/- as fine for failure to give notice.

      (vii) In case of death: Death Certificate.

      (viii) Copy of Will.

      (ix) NOC / Release Deed

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  • From Heera Lal
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    what is the Penalty of NDMC if somebody does not pay property Tax?

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    • From 24×7 Legal Advice
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      In case of non-payment of property tax on issuance of property tax bill, a demand notice is issued under section 100 of the Act giving one-month time and after that penalty up to 20% of the Property Tax can be imposed as provided under section 101 of the Act.

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