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Does this law applies to all offsprings irrespective of their financial , social and other abilities ?
Does this law makes selective accounting of elder /eldest out of all sons and daughters or one who commands the whole household I.E. the most dominant copersoner in a Karta less HUF?
Is a son/daughter living abroad prosecutable under this law as he/she had not make any provisions for parents well beings?
Is a son financially unsettled and dependant on wife (who is a homemaker by profession and finance under question is entirely Streedhan ) liable to be prosecuted under this law if there exist another well settled sibling who is to inherit half of parents properties but living elsewhere and purposefully shrugging off his duties ? Who would be liable here 1 or 2?


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Property laws / Re: filing changes to suit - property details
« Last post by Deepak Joshi on May 14, 2018, 01:56:56 AM »
Order VI rule 17 CPC 1908.
Amendment of Pleadings.- the Court may at any stage at the proceedings allow either party to alter or amend his pleadings in such manner and on such terms as may be just, and all such amendments shall be made as may be necessary for the purpose of determining the real questions in controversy between the parties:

Provided that no application for amendment shall be allowed after the trial has commenced, unless the court comes to the conclusion that in spite of due diligence, the party could not have raised the matter before the commencement of trial.
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Property laws / Re: preliminary decree - court - registration
« Last post by Deepak Joshi on May 14, 2018, 01:52:03 AM »
You need to wait till the final decree comes, after that you can apply for registration.
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Assuming property to be self acquired property of your father, your father has sole ownership he can gift it to any one.No other person can claim any right on the gifted property.

Feel free to cal for any help at 9456777600.
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Hello,
Legal course of action will depend unto the documents/agreement/contract/ partnership deed you guys have signed .
If possible for you please share all these details.
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hello,
i started a restro business with my friend in 2017 may and invested 8 lakhs in his already running cafe, we mutually agreed that i will be a investor in his resto with 40% profit sharing however he kept delaying to get business agreement.trusting him i transfrd him 8 lakhs out of which 5 lakhs i took personal loan and 3 lakhs from my parents, in sept 2017 we split up and he agreed to pay my entire amount back he said he will try to pay me 3lakhs asap and will pay the emi for the loan i took, now i have call recordings of him about this entire convo. since last 3 months he has been giving me various fake reasons that he is trying to arrange 3 lakhs and he has been paying my emi now i recenlty found out he started another cafe, this clrearly indicated that he is not intrested in paying me money now  can i lodge a police complain of 420? or cheating since i have proofs of all bank transfers plus call recordings where he has been convicing me that he isnt getting loan to pay my money back? please advise i am an IT working professional and i do have local police contacts but i wanna know what exactly can be done here any response will be very much appreciated.
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MY FATHER GIFTED ME A PROPERTY ( PROPERTY IS ON POWER OF ATTORNEY )  LONG TIME AGO , THAT WAS HIS SELF PURCHASE . LATER MY FATHER GOT EXPIRED .MY MOTHER AND BROTHER ARE ALIVE .I WANT TO KNOW DO THEY BOTH MOTHER AND BROTHER HAVE ANY RIGHT OR CAN CLAIM ON MY PROPERTY , GIFTED BY MY DAD .
RELIGION ' HINDU
PROPERTY BASED ON DELHI
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Property laws / Re: construction issues
« Last post by advjaibansal on May 13, 2018, 09:50:44 PM »
Dear Sir,

You  may file a suit for permanent injunction against him and for restoration of the property.

Regards,
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Property laws / Re: filing changes to suit - property details
« Last post by advjaibansal on May 13, 2018, 09:49:21 PM »
Dear Sir,

You may file an amendment application under order 6 rule 17 of Civil procedure code explaining the reasons for amendment. You may also seek permission to file the amended Map of the property. If court will be satisfied with the reasons for amendment then court may allow the amendment application.

Regards,
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Property laws / Re: preliminary decree - court - registration
« Last post by advjaibansal on May 13, 2018, 09:47:33 PM »
Dear Sir,

Preliminary decree cannot be registered, you have to wait for the final decree for the registration. Final decree only decides the actual portion and which part of the property, which will fall in your share as per the partition decree.

Regards,
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