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transfer in mid year

Suppose a student applies for a transfer(inter university transfer) in the odd semester and is approved to join an institution but his parent university denies him permission to move out.Can the student file a complaint against this.

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Asked at June 13, 2013
Default avatar Swarnendu
last answered over 5 years ago
Use of rented property for business purposes?

In mid 1970s, my grandfather rented the back portion of our house to a person, who covered the place with aluminium sheets and made it into a shed only to use it for storage purposes for their coal business. For years that shed has been left unused, with no electricity utilized their except a low...

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In mid 1970s, my grandfather rented the back portion of our house to a person, who covered the place with aluminium sheets and made it into a shed only to use it for storage purposes for their coal business. For years that shed has been left unused, with no electricity utilized their except a low watt bulb, and only rarely has it been opened to move or store some coal, now and then. The person to whom it was rented passed away some time back and last month his son decided to empty the shed, make it sturdier by building brick walls and a proper roof. My query is, do they have the right to utilize the place for another business without the permission of the present owners of the property? If their new business venture requires heavy electric supply, are the present owners supposed to provide it to them and that too without any revision in the rent that had been paid by them since the 70s?

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Asked at June 13, 2013
Default avatar Swarnendu
last answered over 5 years ago
legal remedies for no refund

Hi, I bought a Samsung Refrigerator from CROMA on 10-9-2010. CROMA had an extended warranty scheme as per which, I had to pay Rs. 1500/- and if I didn't utilize the warranty, Rs. 1500/- would be paid back. After two years, in the stipulated time limit of 30 days, I submitted all the necessary...

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Hi, I bought a Samsung Refrigerator from CROMA on 10-9-2010. CROMA had an extended warranty scheme as per which, I had to pay Rs. 1500/- and if I didn't utilize the warranty, Rs. 1500/- would be paid back. After two years, in the stipulated time limit of 30 days, I submitted all the necessary documents to CROMA, Mumbai on 14-9-2012. No money was debited to my account and thus I again wrote a letter to CROMA, Mumbai regarding the same on 14-5-2013. No response has been given by them. Mow, I would want to know what I could do regarding the same? Also, how much would it approximately cost? Would the hassle be worth for Rs. 1500/-?

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Asked at June 13, 2013
Default avatar Shouvik Kumar
last answered over 5 years ago
Due diligence

I am a 1st year student in Jindal Law School. Though I have just done one firm internship, I was keen on understanding what exactly is due diligence?

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Asked at June 12, 2013
Default avatar Sajid Andathode
last answered over 5 years ago
NRI buying property in India?

I've moved to Nottingham about a year back and could be staying out of India for the next couple of years. I needed to know if I were to buy a property in India what encumbrances I would encounter as an NRI?

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Asked at June 11, 2013
Default avatar Sankalp
last answered over 5 years ago
Difference between civil law system and common law system

I have been working in the social sector for a while. Not being trained in Law makes it a tad bit difficult. Keep coming across the two terms Civil Law system and Common Law System. What exactly is the difference between them?

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Asked at June 11, 2013
Default avatar Sreya
last answered over 5 years ago
Tenant not vacating apartment

An uncle of mine happens to be a retired sergeant-major from the Indian Army. He owns a 2-BHK apartment in Kolkata. Back in 2010, he had rented out this apartment on leave and licence basis for 11 months. Subsequently, the arrangement was renewed for another term of 11 months. At the end of that...

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An uncle of mine happens to be a retired sergeant-major from the Indian Army. He owns a 2-BHK apartment in Kolkata. Back in 2010, he had rented out this apartment on leave and licence basis for 11 months. Subsequently, the arrangement was renewed for another term of 11 months. At the end of that period, he asked the tenant to vacate the premises, but he has failed to comply till date and nor has he paid any rent for the past 7 months. The rent was more than the limit prescribed by the West Bengal Premises Tenancy Act. What are the avenues open to him under such circumstances to get back possession of his apartment and also recover the rent due to him?

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Asked at June 11, 2013
Default avatar Rishabh
last answered over 5 years ago
is any pending inquiry stops release of pension?

A friend's father was a government servant (Postal Department) who retired from service in 2011. Since then, he has been receiving only an ad-hoc pension on the ground that a CBI inquiry has been pending against him. Is there any law that a pending inquiry will prevent him from getting retirement...

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A friend's father was a government servant (Postal Department) who retired from service in 2011. Since then, he has been receiving only an ad-hoc pension on the ground that a CBI inquiry has been pending against him. Is there any law that a pending inquiry will prevent him from getting retirement benefits as long as the inquiry keeps on going?

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Asked at June 11, 2013
Default avatar Goutham
last answered over 5 years ago
remedies against abuse of power by tax authority

My father owns a house in Kolkata since 2006 in his name, where our family has been residing. In 2012, he received a notice for the Kolkata Municipal Corporation that the property tax payable on our house has been increased to almost twice as it was earlier. I heard of the Lok Adalat and we have...

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My father owns a house in Kolkata since 2006 in his name, where our family has been residing. In 2012, he received a notice for the Kolkata Municipal Corporation that the property tax payable on our house has been increased to almost twice as it was earlier. I heard of the Lok Adalat and we have filed an appeal there already against this notice. However, we are yet to get a date for hearing of my case. Meanwhile, the Corporation has issued a second notice to my father urging him to pay the arrear tax as per the estimate of the Corporation. What I want to know is, would he have to pay the arrear in full as they want him to before we get a hearing at the Lok Adalat?

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Asked at June 09, 2013
Default avatar Shouvik Kumar
last answered over 5 years ago
what is Agriculture law?

what is Agriculture law? please explain...

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Asked at January 01, 1970
Default avatar Chris
last answered over 5 years ago
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