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Dear Sir,

You may issue a Legal Notice claiming compensation or cancelling the entire transaction and claim for refund of the amount with interest. You may thereafter approach Civil Court.

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Dear Sir,

Yes, as per amended provisions of Evidence Act and also as per the Provisions of Information Technology Act, such evidence is legal. You may visit the following for more enlightenment on the issue.

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Please put the following in the browser and get the relevant matter.

RECENT TRENDS IN RECORDING AND ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE TOPIC:- APPRECIATION OF EVIDENCERECORDED THROUGH ELECTRONIC MEDIA. Prepared by Sri.P.Rajendra Prasad, Addl. Senior Civil Judge, Srikakulam.

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Property laws / Re: Cancellation of settlement deed
« on: September 21, 2018, 11:54:52 PM »
Dear Sir,

Land grabbing complaint cannot be filed it is restricted only to the lands belonging to the Government. You have two options to get set aside orders of lower revenue authority by approaching RDO/DRO or directly approach Civil Court seeking a relief of declaration.

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Marriage / Re: Advice for Divorce
« on: September 21, 2018, 11:49:54 PM »
Dear Sir,

The following questions and answers will enlighten on the issue:
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FOLLOWING ARE QUESTIONS ASKED BY MY OTHER CLIENTS….ON THE SUBJECT OF DIVORCE..
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Dear Sir,

My answers are as follows: Before starting you must remember that it is big task and never fight for case. Be cool and face it.

1, I want to know what is procedure to take divorce now and how much alimony i have to give her and monthly expenses as well.

Ans: Alimony means one time full settlement money given to wife.  Montly maintenance is awareded during the pendency of case. She is entitled for one only.

2. What’s are rule and regulation for taking divorce?

Ans: It is given below.


3.I want to know whether my wife can claim her rights on the property of my parents like (my parents house) where i and my family live in as alimony.

Ans: No, wife has no share only right for maintenance or alimony. If she is educated and avoiding employment then alimony will be between Rs.2 – 3 lakhs one time settlement.


4.Will court seal my parent house as alimony ? And even she is asking to sign a paper where it will written as tht I can’t meet my son also in my entire life .

Ans: No, your father property cannot be ancestratl property as such your son not entitled for any share. You should not sign any paper. You have pay monthly maintenance to your son till he attains age of majority, only if you have sufficient means/source of income.


5.Can I  take my son custody after 7 years from court.

Ans: Yes, even before that.


6.If I want to do settle out court what is the chance of her asking me for alimony amount?

Ans: Rs. 5 to 6 lakhs.


7.On what bases this alimony and monthly expenses is decided?

Ans: On the basis of your personal income.


8.We can deny if they ask huge amount in alimony to pay as I don’t have that much earning or saving with me to give her huge amount of alimony ?

Ans: Yes, definitely. Then she is entitled for monthly maintenance only.


9.What is the difference between alimony and monthly expenses ?

Ans: Alimony means one time full settlement money given to wife.  Montly maintenance is awareded during the pendency of case. She is entitled for one only.

10.Do I need to pay monthly expenses only for my son or I need to pay for wife also it is compulsory to give monthly expenses to wife ?

Ans: yes to both. If you do not pay, your belongings will be attached and you will put into jail, if you are purposefully avoiding.


11.Whether she can do any police complain against me or my family ?

Ans: Yes. But now Supreme Court given several instructions to police before arrest.

12.Whether it is bailable or non bailable complaint?What precautions we shud take to avoid this?

Ans: Non-Bailable unders section 498A IPC and 3 and 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act. You must get aniticipatory bail under section 438 of CrPC


13.Can she harm me and family by putting false alligations ? How to take precautions for all this?

Ans: YES, File quashing petition before the High Court.

14.I even want to know that what are strict norms are there for taking divorce?

Ans: It all depends upon evidence, male rarely get divorce but women get very easily, it is the legal presumption, I am saying this as per my experience as judge.

15.Because my wife is continuously telling me now Norms are very very strict what’s are they?

Ans: Nothing to bother, your advocate protect you.

16.Yes she is working if she is working then I am not liable for her maintenance money

Ans: Yes, your burden will be lessened to 50 to 75%


17.what is section 487A IPC  in this can we go bail procedure before and keep it ready with us.

Ans: At the end given.


18.What is RCR? 

Ans: It is Restitution of Conjugal Rights filed under section  9 of Hindu marriage Act.


19.What are Section 498A and DV Act?

Ans: Given below


20.Under this act will I get bail or not?

Ans: 498A is non bailble, in these days bail is being given to all husbands if there is delay in FIR.

21.But my wife is asking for Alimony separate and monthly maintenance separate Can I combine both as give her?

Ans: No, law does not permit.

22.It is necessary to give her monthly maintenance in her hand or I can transfer to her account?

Ans: to her account.

22.What is Special marriage act and Indian Divorcee Act?

Ans: Please see below. Both applicable in India.

23.what is the procedure for taking bail?

Ans: Your advocate will tell you if you pay fee.

24.If my wife does second marriage will I be still liable to pay her monthly maintenance?

Ans: No.

25.My wife was troubling me a lot and was keep fighting with me for no reason so in the anger I told her if you continue to trouble me like this I will do Second marriage will this create any problem for me in getting the divorce?

Ans: You will be in jail if you marry without divorce under sectin 494 IPC


26.If I am not capable of paying alimony amount if my wife asks for that what court will take the section.

Ans: If you have money and refuse then you will be sent to jail.

27.From almost 9 months she is at her parent home Can she file a complaint against domestic violence against me or my family?

Ans: yes, police create a very good story and register FIR,

28.Mutual Divorce take 6 month time can we do settlement out of court and take divorce fast?
Ans: yes. if you pay alimony and good fee to your advocate it can be settled within 30 days.
Section 9 in The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
9 Restitution of conjugal rights. — 7 [***] When either the husband or the wife has, without reasonable excuse, withdrawn from the society of the other, the aggrieved party may apply, by petition to the district court, for restitution of conjugal rights and the court, on being satisfied of the truth of the statements made in such petition and that there is no legal ground why the application should not be granted, may decree restitution of conjugal rights accordingly. 8 [ Explanation. —Where a question arises whether there has been reasonable excuse for withdrawal from the society, the burden of proving reasonable excuse shall be on the person who has withdrawn from the society.] 9 [***]
Section 498A in The Indian Penal Code
376 [498A. Husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty.—Whoever, being the husband or the relative of the husband of a woman, subjects such woman to cruelty shall be pun¬ished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine. Explanation.—For the purpose of this section, “cruelty” means—
(a) any wilful conduct which is of such a nature as is likely to drive the woman to commit suicide or to cause grave injury or danger to life, limb or health (whether mental or physical) of the woman; or
(b) harassment of the woman where such harassment is with a view to coercing her or any person related to her to meet any unlawful demand for any property or valuable security or is on account of failure by her or any person related to her to meet such demand.]

Dear Sir,

Your questions are answered as follows:

1.Can she ask me to come to her place or refuse to come to my place?

Ans: No, it cannot be. Her proposal cannot be accepted by Courts.

2.Can she file false dowry and domestic violence case.?

What punishment will be given to her for false cases ?

Ans: She can file but on its failure no punishment can be given to her saying she lodged false cases, since it is family matter.

3.How long shd I wait for getting divorce if contested ?

Ans: About 2-3 years depending upon the tactics of other side.

4.How frequent can I get visitation rights of child and also during trial ?

Ans: Once a 15 days depending upon age and sex of the child.

5.Does my and parents govt job affected by it also pension settlement as my dad will retire in1 year if she files false cases?

Ans: If she includes your parents in the FIR, there will be some problems in pension settlement.

6.Does separation count from the day she left or the day I stopped visiting her ?

Ans: The day she left you that is deserted you.

7.Is it not the duty of wife to come to husband home as supreme court has granted divorce to husband ,in which wife refused to stay with in laws?

Ans: Yes, you are correct.
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The following are similar FAQs asked by my another client....for your ready reference.
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Dear Sir,

My answers are as follows: Before starting you must remember that it is big task and never fight for case. Be cool and face it.

1, I want to know what is procedure to take divorce now and how much alimony i have to give her and monthly expenses as well.

Ans: Alimony means one time full settlement money given to wife.  Montly maintenance is awareded during the pendency of case. She is entitled for one only.

2. What’s are rule and regulation for taking divorce?

Ans: It is given below.


3.I want to know whether my wife can claim her rights on the property of my parents like (my parents house) where i and my family live in as alimony.

Ans: No, wife has no share only right for maintenance or alimony. If she is educated and avoiding employment then alimony will be between Rs.2 – 3 lakhs one time settlement.


4.Will court seal my parent house as alimony ? And even she is asking to sign a paper where it will written as tht I can’t meet my son also in my entire life .

Ans: No, your father property cannot be ancestratl property as such your son not entitled for any share. You should not sign any paper. You have pay monthly maintenance to your son till he attains age of majority, only if you have sufficient means/source of income.


5.Can I  take my son custody after 7 years from court.

Ans: Yes, even before that.


6.If I want to do settle out court what is the chance of her asking me for alimony amount?

Ans: Rs. 5 to 6 lakhs.


7.On what bases this alimony and monthly expenses is decided?

Ans: On the basis of your personal income.

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Dear Sir,

The relevant judgment as pronounced recently is available online at the following link and also comments thereon also available online.

This Is What Supreme Court Said In Triple Talaq Judgment [Read Judgment]...

https://www.livelaw.in/supreme-court-said-triple-talaq-judgment-read-judgment/

Comments:

https://www.firstpost.com/india/supreme-court-verdict-on-triple-talaq-a-legal-reading-judgment-welcome-but-fails-to-address-institutional-sex-discrimination-3963863.html

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Dear Sir,
Such activities are common in these selfish days.  Better you get stay order on the ex parte interim maintenance order.  You produce documents and prove that they have played fraud on the court and obtained orders.  You have so many options to resist her activities.  Hire a good lawyer.


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Marriage / Re: how to get divorce petition copy?
« on: September 14, 2018, 07:42:24 AM »
Dear Sir,
You can get a copy of it by engaging a local advocate on line and ask him to file third party petition as below and a certified copy of the same. RTI application may be rejected since it is covered by civil rules of practice of that State.
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 Disposal Date 12.04.2016     
IN THE KARNATAKA STATE ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL AT  BENGALURU
APPLICATION NO.5492 OF 2002
Between

Sri. Nagesh K. Patil
S/o Krishna Patil                           Applicant

AND

1. The Superintendant of Police,
    Belgaum district, Belgaum.

2. The Inspector General of Police,
    Northern Range,
    Belgaum.                                  Respondents

THIRD PARTY AFFIDAVIT

I, Nagaraju S/o Late N. Venkataravanappa, aged about 68 years residing at No.96, Opposite to Park, 3rd Main, ITI Layout, 1st Stage Chandra Layout, Bengaluru-560039 do hereby solemnly affirm and state as follows:

1.   I submit that I am the practicing Advocate at Bengaluru. I submit that the Applicant petitioners approached me to challenge the Order passed in the above suit by filling a Review Petition for reliefs. I require the documents mentioned in the annexed list for the said purpose. Hence this affidavit.

Wherefore I pray that the documents mentioned in the application be issued in the interest of justice and equity.

Bangaluru                            Advocate

Date :









Disposal Date 31.08.2016     
IN THE KARNATAKA STATE ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL AT  BENGALURU
APPLICATION NO.13246 OF 2002
Between

Sri. C. Sachidanda
S/o Late Choodamani                           Applicant

AND

1. The Inspector General of Police,
    Mysore.
2. The Superintendent of Police,
     Mandya                              Respondents

THIRD PARTY AFFIDAVIT

I, Nagaraju S/o Late N. Venkataravanappa, aged about 68 years residing at No.96, Opposite to Park, 3rd Main, ITI Layout, 1st Stage Chandra Layout, Bengaluru-560039 do hereby solemnly affirm and state as follows:

1.   I submit that I am the practicing Advocate at Bengaluru. I submit that the Applicant petitioners approached me to challenge the Order passed in the above suit by filling a Review Petition for reliefs. I require the documents mentioned in the annexed list for the said purpose. Hence this affidavit.

Wherefore I pray that the documents mentioned in the application be issued in the interest of justice and equity.

Bangaluru                            Advocate

Date :


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Marriage / Re: How to break up the engagement
« on: September 14, 2018, 07:37:38 AM »
Dear Sir,
Send a formal letter and convey the same through your relatives.  Further get ready to pay damages to her if she makes it as an issue.  The judgment is as follows.
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Refund cost if you call off engagement, says SC – FIR Quashed.
New Delhi: After three years of litigation, a Delhi man's family realised on Friday that breaking a marriage alliance after enjoying the engagement party made them liable to reimburse the cost.
In 2012, a government doctor finalized the marriage of his son, who was in the real estate business, with a girl from Thane in Maharashtra. The 'roka' (engagement ceremony) took place in Delhi on June 8, 2012. The girl's parents spent lavishly in entertaining the prospective groom's family and friends.
But the boy's family later called off the alliance claiming that the girl's family had suppressed facts about her. Infuriated by the turn of events, the girl's parents filed a case under Section 420 (cheating) of IPC against the boy and his father in Thane.


The father and son sought anticipatory bail from a Thane court, which after mediation proceedings asked them to pay Rs 1.50 lakh to the girl's parents towards the expenses they incurred on the ceremony. The boy's family claimed they had spent Rs 4.50 lakh for the ceremony. But the trial court asked them to compensate the girl's family.

The boy's family paid up but the girl's family did not withdraw the case. The boy moved the Bombay HC seeking quashing of the case. The HC refused, saying a case of cheating was made out.


Appearing for the boy's family in the SC, senior advocate Rana Mukherjee told a bench of Justices J S Khehar and Arun Mishra that once the girl's family was compensated for their expenses, there was no question of any cheating in the matter, which was a case of a prospective matrimonial alliance going sour
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Dear Sir,
It is a clear case of Perjury. You can file it as follows.
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IN THE COURT OF THE HON’BLE V ADDITIONAL CHIEF METROPOLITAN MAGISTRATE AT BENGALURU
Crl. Misc.Petition.No.                 /2018

IN

C.C.No.473/2017

PETITIONER/            -V/S-         RESPONDENT/
COMPLAINANT                     ACCUSED

Sri. Santosh                                   Smt. Manasa Shekar    
S/o Srinivasa Murthy,                        Aged about 27 years,
Aged about 36 years,                           S/o Shekar L
R/at No.290, 2nd ‘H’ Cross,                    R/at No.8, 10th Main,
3rd Street, Basaweshwar Nagar,                    3rd Phase, Giri Nagar,
Bengaluru – 560 079                      Bengaluru   560 085
             
                        

APPLICATION UNDER SECTION 340 READ WITH SECTION 195 OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, 1973


May it please your Honor:

   For the reasons stated in the accompanying affidavit it is humbly prayed to lodge a complaint against Respondent, in the Hon’ble Court of  jurisdictional Magistrate for preliminary enquiry and registering a case for the offences punishable under sections 340 read with section 195 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, in the interest of justice and equity.            

                Applicant/Complainant

Through


Advocate

Place:
Date:



IN THE COURT OF THE HON’BLE V ADDITIONAL CHIEF METROPOLITAN MAGISTRATE AT BENGALURU
Crl. Misc.Petition.No.                 /2018

IN

C.C.No.473/2017

PETITIONER/            -V/S-         RESPONDENT/
COMPLAINANT                     ACCUSED

Sri. Santosh                                      Smt. Manasa Shekar                     
A F F I D A V I T
I, Sri. Santosh, S/o Srinivasa Murthy, Aged about 36 years, R/at No.290, 2nd ‘H’ Cross, 3rd Street, Basaweshwar Nagar, Bengaluru – 560079, do hereby state on oath as under:
1.   That I am son of complainant in Criminal Case No.473/2017 which was disposed on 02.08.2018 by passing orders under Section 239 of Cr.P.C, in other words both the accused in the said criminal case were discharged. I know the facts of C.C.No.473/2017 on the file of this Hon’ble Court. My father had lodged a complaint against accused No.1 and 2 in C.C.No.473/2017 alleging offences under Sections 323, 504 and 506 r/w Section 34 of Indian Penal Code. The police filed charge sheet and arrayed Smt. Manasa Shekar that is my wife and Mr. Karthik Shekar the younger brother of my wife as accused No.1 and 2, respectively.
2.   I further state on oath that, cognizance was taken by this Hon’ble Court in C.C.No.473/2017 and issued summons to A1 and A2 and it was represented by Senior Assistant Public Prosecutor. Both accused No.1 and 2 appeared before this Hon’ble Court and obtained bail. The Accused No.1 that is my wife is in the habit of absenting regularly. On 19.06.2018 both accused No.1 and 2 were absent and application filed through their advocate under Section 317 of Cr.P.C was allowed. Further on 26.06.2018 both the accused in the said case were absent and E.P was filed and allowed. Finally the case in C.C.No.473/2017 posted to 07.07.2018. On this date accused No.2 was present whereas accused No.1 that is the above respondent/accused No.1 by name Manasa Shekar D/o Shekar was absent. The learned counsel for accused No.2 therein filed application under Section 317 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973.
3.   I further state on oath that, in the application filed by accused No.1 under Section 317 dated 07.07.2018 it was stated as follows:
“That the above named accused submit as here under. The above accused is unable to attend before this Hon’ble Court today because her LL.B studying today. She conducting internship (Moot Court) mandatory for attend the class. Stated reason is bonafide not intentional. ”

4.   I further state on oath that, the above respondent who is accused No.1 in C.C.No.473/2017 misled her advocate as well as this Hon’ble Court stating that she is attending Internship that is Moot Court as she is pursuing LL.B Course. In reality on 07.07.2018 the above respondent was in Abroad and without disclosing the same got filed exemption petition under Section 317 of Cr.P.C. In other words the above respondent being accused No.1 in C.C.No.473/2017 went Abroad without  seeking permission of the Hon’ble Court. The said respondent misled the Hon’ble Court by submitting such application which amounts to criminal offence attracting the offence of “Perjury”.
5.   I further state on oath that, the above respondent being the student of LL.B not suppose to lie before the Hon’ble Court and get exemption for a day that is on 07.07.2018. The Respondent is liable to trial and punishment for the said offence.
6.    I further state on oath that, I tried to get relevant visa details of respondent having travelled Abroad in the Immigration Office but they said that they will furnish the said details only if such direction is issued by this Hon’ble Court. However, the said officials of Immigration Office, Bengaluru confirmed to the effect that on 07.07.2018 the above respondent was staying Abroad and not in India. I am moving separate application under Section 91 of Criminal Procedure Code for a direction to the concerned Immigration Officer to submit details of Abroad visit made by above respondent between the periods from 01.07.2018 to 31.07.2018. I confirm through this affidavit that accused No.1 in C.C.No.473/2017 misled the Court on 07.07.2018 and obtained personal exemption as if she was within the jurisdiction of this Hon’ble Court and thus committed an offence of perjury which is punishable under the relevant sections of IPC. Further I state that, since the above respondent was discharged in C.C.No.473/2017 as such this miscellaneous application is filed for taking stock of alleged offences committed by respondent and to refer the matter to any other Hon’ble Magistrate for necessary regular investigation and to conduct trial and to punish the respondent by registering a criminal case against her.
7.   I further state on oath that, the contents of this affidavit are true and correct and supported by relevant documents as may be necessary to dispose this application. The contents of the enclosed documents may kindly be read as part of this affidavit and also pass necessary orders on application under Section 91 of Cr.P.C which is accompanied along with this application. No loss or harm or prejudice would be caused to the respondent if this application is made over to the Hon’ble Magistrate having jurisdiction. On the other hand if this application is not entertained then the petitioner would be put to irreparable loss which cannot compensated in terms of money. I further state that discharge orders passed by this Hon’ble Court in C.C.No.473/2017 dated 02.08.2018 is being challenged and accordingly the process is going on. In this background it is necessary to take cognizance of the offence of perjury against the above respondent and to pass necessary orders.

VERIFICATION

The Petitioner hereby verify the contents of para No.1 to all of this affidavit and contents of enclosed documents from Document No.1 to all are found to be true and correct to the best of her knowledge, belief and information.

Identified by me                                     DEPONENT

Advocate
Place: Bengaluru
Date:

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Dear Sir,

My answers are as follows:

(i) Can i confront her with documents by requesting court to direct public authorities to produce those documents?
Ans: First you have to file an application for summoning such documents and objections will be filed by other side. Then orders will be passed. They you can confront those documents if summoned by the Court.


(ii) Under which section/law shall i request court to summon/direct public authorities to produce those documents?

Ans: Code of Civil Procedure 1908
ORDER XVI : SUMMONING AND ATTENDANCE OF WITNESSES

6. Summons to produce document
Any person may be summoned to produce a document, without being summoned to give evidence, and any person summoned merely to produce a document shall be deemed to have complied with the summons if he causes such document to be produced instead of attending personally to produce the same.

(iii) Will judge fine me if I don't cross-examine wife on next date of hearing by telling her that I will cross-examine her after the documents are produced  by public authorities on direction of Court for confronting them to wife?
Ans: No, You may file relevant application and also an application for adjournment.

Code of Civil Procedure 1908 - Schedule I
ORDER XVII : ADJOURNMENTS
1. Court may grant time and adjourn hearing
    (1) The Court may, if sufficient cause is shown, at any stage of the suit grant time to the parties or to any of them, and may from time to time adjourn the hearing of the suit.

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Employment laws / Re: Quit the company before completing the bond period.
« on: September 01, 2018, 11:20:24 PM »
Dear Sir,
Both are possible provided you are strong enough to initiate and continue legal fights.   Taking of bonds is recognized to limited expense and you need not pay entire bond amount.  Your liability will be restricted to the amount spent on training for three weeks.  Secondly since company not having good profile and misrepresented as you need not anything to it and claim damages for spoiling your career.  For draft legal notice share your documents and entire brief.


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Employment laws / Re: Can Employer Hold my salary ?
« on: September 01, 2018, 11:14:35 PM »
Dear Sir,
Now it is time for issuing legal notice and be clear with HR that she has taken the originals and unnecessarily making issues and we shall threaten her with dire consequences. If you share more details and scanned copies of documents I can prepare legal notice.

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Employment laws / Re: surname problem in educational certificates
« on: September 01, 2018, 11:05:31 PM »
Dear Sir,
To put a rest to all the issues.  You can file a suit for declaration of your name arraying a dummy person as defendant.  The court will declare your name and the certified copy of said decree can be used for your name change in all the offices and education institutes.


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Employment laws / Re: Termination after maternity leave
« on: September 01, 2018, 11:00:55 PM »
Dear sir,
I understood the situation and your concern  for your wife and health. My answers are as  follows:

1.   Is the appointment letter received on mail from Proprietor (last 2 year) is valid as we didn’t have hard-copy?
Ans: Yes it is valid appointment letter.

2.   Is she eligible for salary of 2 months of maternity leave which she didn’t worked i.e. March, April? As she was considering herself as regular employee (as per point no. b above) but employer said that she is contractual employee?

Ans: You can claim if refused, the Labor Court or labor commissioner will decide.

3.   If considered as permanent employee, Is she eligible to get 6 month salary as Govt rule is of 6 month maternity leave?

Ans: Yes, first the issue must be decided by the above authorities.

4.   Is she eligible for 1 month notice period salary of July? As she was relieved immediately without 1-month notice mentioned in her letter.

Ans: They are liable to pay salary for one month that is of notice period.
5.   Presently, she was the only employee in Faridabad and the organization is in Gujarat. So, the case will need to be present in Faridabad (Haryana) or Gujarat Labor court?

Ans: In Faridabad Labor Court only as the employer is maintaining his branch office in Faridabad.

6.   In case it will be presented in Gujarat labor court then can we transferred this to Faridabad (Haryana) giving her condition of recently becoming mother and cannot travel?

Ans: Not necessary.

7.   What will be the procedure in case we need to file a court case?
Ans: Please approach any local advocate well versed with labor cases. You cannot handle this case in person.

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Criminal laws / Re: Reg FIR & Fraud done by Dy Commissioner of Police
« on: September 01, 2018, 12:28:40 AM »
Dear Sir,

The only course open to you is to lodge a complaint with CBI and also other Ministries like Ministry of Home Affairs etc. Be informed that all such representations/complaints must be accompanied with relevant documents indicating the said police officer as a witness in a Criminal Case.

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