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Sir, we have 7 cent land on our name, where we have our house constructed. My fathers brothers have been using the path besides our house for traveling for many years. Now as we want to sell the house we thought of giving them the walking path to access the main road & sell the rest of the land. But they have threatened to file a complaint if we are not allowing them enough space to transit their four wheeler. What should I do, please help.
« Last post by adv.amarnath on Today at 11:11:23 AM »
If dental college is a govt college then file a Writ petition or file a civil suit. Consumer forum has no jurisdiction in this regard
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« Last post by adv.amarnath on Today at 11:06:38 AM »
First ask your father to Gift the mortgage property then make settlement with bank for loan. This is best option
« Last post by adv.amarnath on Today at 11:04:54 AM »
YOu cannot convert a declaratory suit into a partition suit. If court allows such conversion then court has passed a wrong order. You must withdraw the instant suit and file afresh partition suit with proper parties. It may cause loss of time but you will get ultimate relief. It is better to get relief lately from getting your suit dismissed/ an infractuous order
« Last post by adv.amarnath on Today at 11:01:38 AM »
You have a good consumer case. You will get huge amount of compensation from the builder/ developer. I cannot say the estimated time consumer forum will take. It varies from court to court. Bu I can assure you that it will take much lesser time than civil court.
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« Last post by adv.amarnath on Today at 10:56:18 AM »
No... Deed of Sale/ conveyance is not same to a registered WILL
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« Last post by adv.amarnath on Today at 10:52:08 AM »
I am from kolkata and I think you have been unnecessarily hackles by solicitor firms. Every document/ deeds are in registrar's office and not tracing out original registrar is just a silly excuse. I need to know where the property is located and some others details to initiate the process.
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« Last post by Louise-R on March 24, 2017, 01:30:42 PM »
My husband inherited a property from his late father five years ago. We live in England and the property is in Kolkata. Unfortunately we have no evidence of ownership (we have no paperwork at all). We have instructed a solicitor in Kolkata but all we have received is a diligence report giving some details of the flat (similar to a search report) and this is not certified by governmental authority. They have told us that they are unable to trace the original register and can only get it illegally using speed money, which we are uncomfortable with.
We have tried instructing a couple of solicitors, spent quite a lot of money on this and have visited the city to try and speed things along. We are struggling to get evidence of the original ownership so that we can transfer the ownership to us, to enable us to the property
Could anyone shed any light as to what we can do?
« Last post by harry4567in on March 24, 2017, 12:41:44 PM »
Dear friend, how is the topic delay in redevelopment. OK, first take possession of 4 flats get it registered. Send legal notice to builder through advocate for breach of contract and stay notice for sale of terrace. Go for cash settlement.
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