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Marriage / PIL
« Last post by Lawskills on September 25, 2017, 10:24:52 PM »
Filling PIL ?
Consumer laws / Re: Tenant not vacating
« Last post by advuma on September 25, 2017, 06:21:57 PM »
My tenant does not have any proof to belongs in my property....... What do you mean by that?
Domestic Violence / Can a case be declared parental kidnapping / abduction by mother
« Last post by manasnandi on September 25, 2017, 09:52:53 AM »
Can you through some light in the matter, as my wife filed a Complaint Under Section 498A/406/34 IPC on 29/4/17 but she was with us after that also. Finally on 8/9/17 morning she left my house & taken away our son with her to her parental house because of her erroneous attitude & wilfulness. My Son is of 12y 11m. With that all Educational & Cricket activities of my Son suddenly got stopped at this moment. My Son's final exams of school at November & his this yearís Noís of Cricket Tournaments are also scheduled from 10/10/2017, my Son already signed for all those.
I want my Son immediately should come back to his house to start his all those activities immediately.
But my local police ignoring the matter as Kidnapping/abduction!
Is it not totally a case of Cruelty!

1)   Whether the Petitioner proves that the Respondent has committed an act of Cruelty with the Petitioner?
2)   Whether the Petitioner proves that the Respondent has wilfully abandoned the Petitioner?
3)   Here the Petitioner is much more sound than Respondent in Financially, Educationally, In Governance & any other requirements to take better care of the minor Child. Whereas the Respondent is having not earning, have to live in the mercy of maternal brothers as, far lesser merits of other essential requirements to take care of the minor Emergent Child.
4)   Most important & essential points of this case are the minor Child is most Emergent in Educational & Cricket Activities, where he can achieve his professional career in his endeavour, as he is progressing in present days.
5)   This case is very important in our civilization.
For example,_ if You & me both are the owner of the Chair you are sitting & I suddenly remove your chair with my wilfulness, you fall down & having no injuries.
Will it not be a case of Cruelty?
But here, neither Petitioner nor Respondent is the owner of the minor Child, they are suppose to be the best caretakers of the minor Child and the Child is progressing extremely well under the guidance of Petitioner father, as all his records proves but suddenly Respondent wilfully taken away the Child far from his all facilities to fulfil her demands & to have a separate accommodation even with me but strictly apart from my old age mother by her erroneous attitude & wilfulness.
(A recorded voice conversation is the proof of her intentions & demands).
Itís already 20 days passed the Child is out of all his Educational & Cricket activities and his immediate return is very urgent as his all Clubs & School Cricket tournaments registrations are already being started, some of them are in first week of October. He already signed & done his registration for Cricket tournaments Darpan, in that the first match already been scheduled on 10th October, 2017.
He got admitted to Navanalanda High School in 07th April, 2017 this year as he was being offered by Navanalanda to participate as main Wicked Keeper/Batsman of team Navanalanda. Need to mention that at present Cricket team Navanalanda is the champion of West Bengal School Cricket.
CAB Clubs & School Cricket Registration are starting on 09th October, 2017 and his final examination of School Navanalanda is in November, 2017.
Consumer laws / Tenant not vacating
« Last post by SK@1 on September 25, 2017, 03:17:30 AM »
My tenant is not giving rental for last one year and not ready to vacating my workshop and free land around the work shop.We have already given cheque bounce case. It's almost 6 months ago still the case not coming to hearing. What do I do next? My tenant does not have any proof to belongs in my property hence  is it advisable to disconnect the EB  and water supply ?       
Property laws / Help with legal options
« Last post by Maxuser2017 on September 25, 2017, 02:44:53 AM »

I had invested in a property in 2014 wherein I took a loan from a Bank and paid ~95% of the sale price. The remaining 5% was to be paid once the property was ready for possession.

The due date for completion was Q4 2015 and at this stage it seems the build will probably take another 1-2 years. I am paying the home loan and the interest component as well.

I am thinking of initiating legal proceedings against the builder however had a few queries:

1. Does the Bank have any obligations considering it is a tri-party agreement (Allottee, Builder and Bank)
2. Should I explore to close the home loan if I have necessary funds? I really dont want to continue to pay interest on the home loan if there is a way
3. There are a few other property owners who have legal proceedings already initiated against the builder. Would I need to file a new case or do I have the option to join them?
4. As per the agreement, if I miss paying a required payment or delay it, I am required to pay a penalty of ~18% on compounded interest however if the builder delays  then they are required to pay INR 2 per sqft every month of delay - can I demand equal terms now?
5. Am I legally entitled to demand a meeting with the promoter before filing legal proceedings?
6. I had gone through a broker who had advised me on investing in this project. Will he also be liable for any legal proceedings? Or what will his involvement be?

Apologies for the multiple questions, however will really appreciate some help on this.

Concerned investor
Divorce Laws / divorce on basis of refusal of sexual contact ?
« Last post by freefall123 on September 25, 2017, 12:27:15 AM »
Dear All,

I am married from last 9 months.
Wife is Bank Employee who resides with her parents away from my town.
She was just with me not more than for 2 days consequently.
We never had physical contact and always she said she needed time period i dont know why.
She has broken contact with me from last 3 months.
When i say about opting for Mutually Divorce she denies it.
I'm suffering from stress because all of this behavior.

After one year can i file a divorce case if she will not be ready for Mutual Conscent on basis of this non sexual contact for one year ?

Also she is a govt employee and i'm in private firm having lower salary than her. So i have to given any kind of maintainence OR alimony ??

Please help
Property laws / can someone help please ?
« Last post by kinjal9000 on September 24, 2017, 03:43:35 PM »
Hello Sir/Madam, About 15yrs ago my dad had to purchase the flat/ an apartment for living in purpose, my fiance financed him half of the amount from the total cost of purchase as he was living abroad at that time. Unfortunately my dad made the papers of purchasing flat in my fiance's name. Later on after my marriage he is taking advantage of his name in that flat where my parents living, threatening in daily basis etc. I have been gone throgh very rough time due to this. Can someone show me the way to come out of this misery..!
Divorce Laws / Re: can i demand alimony
« Last post by anjali123 on September 23, 2017, 10:44:50 AM »
Alimony from an unemployed husband, how will the court grant you that.

You can go for divorce?
thanks for you reply.he do Liasoning.
Property laws / Legality of unregistered will
« Last post by Waitingforjustice on September 22, 2017, 11:18:47 PM »
My brother has a will he recieved from my father on whose death all property would be shared 50% between my brother and I. The will is not registered in the court. Is it a legal and valid will ?
Also, can a US citizen (born in India) inherit property by succession of the will ?
The property was jointly in the name of my father and I.


Property laws / my fathers sister property
« Last post by vivek datta on September 22, 2017, 09:54:24 PM »
My fathers sister is having 162 sq yds house at faridabad. Her husband died in 1984 she is issue less. My father is taking care of her till she died in 2008.
After her death her husband relatives captured the house. We find one katch will but sign on will is suspicious as per judgement. we lost case in both lower court. FacinG FIR ANTICIPATRYBAIL IN HIGH COURT. KINDLY GUIDE WHAT TO DO
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