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This is regarding ancestral property. My father passed away recently who happens to be a joint holder of the ancestral land. We have our mother whose name is still not included in the RTC and we are 3 kids to my father. My uncle without our consent has given the land which is undivided to Farmers...

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This is regarding ancestral property. My father passed away recently who happens to be a joint holder of the ancestral land. We have our mother whose name is still not included in the RTC and we are 3 kids to my father. My uncle without our consent has given the land which is undivided to Farmers on lease basis and has collected money from them (Rs. 33000/-) as first installment and is not giving us any share in this. When questioned gives evasive answers (his wife answers as he refuses to talk to us!). How soon can I bring a stay on this and how to go about adding my mother's name in the RTC please suggest.

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Asked at March 27, 2019
782fdcdfcb12128bf7acf28289e8be5968bf2274 Kishan Dutt Retd Judge
last answered 15 days ago
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Dear Sir / Madam ,
We, as a Proprietorship Firm, have plan to work under the following business module :
1. We plan sell our product ( LED TV ) on 12 interest free monthly instalments to our 2000 customers.

2. We plan give absolutely free gifts to these customers on a lucky draw basis very month...

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Dear Sir / Madam ,
We, as a Proprietorship Firm, have plan to work under the following business module :
1. We plan sell our product ( LED TV ) on 12 interest free monthly instalments to our 2000 customers.

2. We plan give absolutely free gifts to these customers on a lucky draw basis very month as a sales promotion, till they complete the 12 months instalments of the product. ( i.e. only 150 free gifts will be there , given to members on the basis of lucky draw )

3. Products ( LED TV ) will be given to all the members after receiving all the payment ( i.e.12 monthly instalments ) form them.

In short we are not financing or giving our product on hire purchase . We just taking the payment of our product in 12 equal instalments to ease our customers & will deliver the product ( i.e. LED TV ) after taking all the interest free instalments.

Whether we attract the provisions of NBFC & has to register as a Chit Fund Company ?

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Asked at March 26, 2019
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Hi,
I joined a private school near by in Chennai.Due to my personal reasons I am unable to continue my job.Now the school is asking me to pay three months pay as well as serve three months notice period.But in my appointment order it was written as either three months pay or three months notice...

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Hi,
I joined a private school near by in Chennai.Due to my personal reasons I am unable to continue my job.Now the school is asking me to pay three months pay as well as serve three months notice period.But in my appointment order it was written as either three months pay or three months notice period.Now the school administration is forcing me to sign a new agreement stating "pay three months pay as well as serve three months notice period" which I denied to sign.Now they are threatening me that they will file legal notice as well as denying to provide me the acknowledgement of resignation.How should I proceed further.

Regards.

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Asked at March 26, 2019
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Can a Defamation proceedings be instituted against complainant who lost false and lalcoous hand loan case in the court of law?

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Asked at March 25, 2019
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My mother is retired and living alone and currently living alone with my brother in Mumbai.
She was a victim of domestic violence where my brother hit her very brutally in 2017. This was because her not in agreement of his affair with a divorced girl with a child, he was friendly with her for...

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My mother is retired and living alone and currently living alone with my brother in Mumbai.
She was a victim of domestic violence where my brother hit her very brutally in 2017. This was because her not in agreement of his affair with a divorced girl with a child, he was friendly with her for sometime the clear details not known to us but later he disclosed it to my mother and was insisting to get married and move in the house with her and her child additionally she was expecting second child at that time that of my brother. My mother was not in agreement with his situation and gave her decision that she wants to kept out of his personal issues and they cannot move in the house, one evening they were discussing this subject over a couple of drinks an argument broke out and he hit my mother and locked her in the toilet. Me and my sister got to know about this incident through a message and a photograph where my mothers face was totally thrashed. She could not recollect much as she went unconscious when he hit her, however we enquired about it with the neighbors and they also advised to come and check on her to make sure everything was ok.

We are working overseas and when we arrived down we found out bit more as we noticed marks on my mother that pointed out to domestic violence and she was living in fear. We rushed her to the hospital and the doctors confirmed that it was a case of violence against her a legal case registered against him by my mother as she was fed up of his habits and wanted him out of the house. Legal proceedings went as planned with a case registered and the hearing was scheduled last Oct 2018, now my brother know his situation pleaded to my mother to withdraw the case stating he has started a family, he lost his job and finding a new one would be difficult with the legal proceedings and requested to withdraw the case. My mother feeling sorry for his situation withdrew the case on compassionate grounds and only let him live with her temporarily till he found a job. He requested time till Dec 2018 to find something and even took up a temporary for 2 months or so, but in Dec when my mom reminded him that it is time for him to leave he refused and gave her ultimatum that he will not leave the house now she can do as she wish. He also hit and threaten her but this time he was careful not leave marks, she then used to inform me and since Dec 2018 this situation has impacted her and health is not good at the moment she is depression and probably suffering from a psychological condition which could be triggered by this unhealth environment. At the moment she undergoing treatment and we are still review her case. Her memory has become weak now and she cannot recollect much.

We noticed her situation was not very good and went down to take her for an evaluation and checkup, and brought her to with us for a couple of months for her to relax.

My mother, wants him out of the house but is concerned on how to go about it. We advised the only option is the legal route as he wont just listen to leave if asked. Request your advice on what options are available with her in this situation. Accordingly we will take it up with her and seek her approval to initiate legal proceedings.

Is it possible to restrain him from entering the house and coming close to any of us at anytime in the future as he is not a sound person but an alcoholic/unpredictable and a threat to us.

It must be noted he has hit my mother once before where she had lodged a complaint and he was detained at the police station for 1 day or 2 and they let him go. (this prior to the incident in 2017) also his behavior has changed drastically since he got to know about the will my mother had prepared and he was not to have any share in the Mumbai apartment. This decision was also taken because of his bad habits that is drinking problem no stable job, and living a carefree life with any respect to her and us. My dad passed away in 2011 and since then my brother seems to be living life on his terms and expects us to accommodate his reckless life.

Please advise and appreciate your feedback at the earliest

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Asked at March 25, 2019
Default avatar Suparna Holamagi
last answered 17 days ago
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One person has taken finance loan and now he is not able to pay the full amount the financier is saying that they will japti the property which the person has .
But the person taken finance loan in Andhra Pradesh
And the property is in Tamilnadu it is possible to japthi the person property

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Asked at March 23, 2019
F760c7b7e358892e0d99368dfda548db1cd34054 Robert D Rozario
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Please send me the link from where we can get permission for opening girls p.g.

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Asked at March 22, 2019
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My name is Asam khan and I'm from Alwar Rajasthan. I want divorce from my wife. She live separately from me since 15 month. When I talked to her for living together she gave me warning to attempt to suicide. Please help me.

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Asked at March 21, 2019
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When, criminal trial proceedings of lower court are stayed by single bench supreme court order, does such single bench stay order of supreme court without any extension of stay by speaking order automatically gets vacated on expiry of six months or not? - In view of the Supreme Court 3 judge’s...

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When, criminal trial proceedings of lower court are stayed by single bench supreme court order, does such single bench stay order of supreme court without any extension of stay by speaking order automatically gets vacated on expiry of six months or not? - In view of the Supreme Court 3 judge’s ruling ---- in Asian resurfacing of road agency pvt ltd & anr vs. Central bureau of investigation decidec on 28-3-2018.

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Asked at March 20, 2019
782fdcdfcb12128bf7acf28289e8be5968bf2274 Kishan Dutt Retd Judge
last answered 30 days ago
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i. Do A,B & C require D's signature to sell this property

ii. Is ‘D’ still entitled entitled to 1/6th share from this property? If Yes then what is the base of calculation - market value, circle rate or through court based assessor

i. In case D refuses, can A,B and C proceed with the sale...

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i. Do A,B & C require D's signature to sell this property

ii. Is ‘D’ still entitled entitled to 1/6th share from this property? If Yes then what is the base of calculation - market value, circle rate or through court based assessor

i. In case D refuses, can A,B and C proceed with the sale and deposit the 1/6th of the money in court

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Asked at March 19, 2019
782fdcdfcb12128bf7acf28289e8be5968bf2274 Kishan Dutt Retd Judge
last answered about 1 month ago
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