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Posted 30-Jul-19 01:13 AM

Rights of granddaughter from grandmother property

My husband wants to divorce me. We have 1 year old girl child. In my husband name no property but in my mother in law name one house is there that house was build by her own savings but the house build on that land which is my mother in law mother's property which was given to my mother in law at the time of marriage that land name is in my mother in law. 1.That land was owned by my mother in law from her mother so is that land is it ancestral property for my daughter? 2. My daughter having any rights on that land but now it become house that is in mother in law name? 3. My daughter has any rights on house?

Colin Consavage

Posted 09-May-19 01:07 AM

Sexual Assault Please Help

So in Delaware, is it legal for a minor to sexually assault a minor, as long as they dont say to stop? This happened to one of my friends and I'm trying to figure out if it's worth it to take legal action.

Posted 29-Apr-19 17:10 PM

When does right to sue accrue in #Article58 #Limitation Act in a suit for #declaration and #permanent #injunction of property?

Is it when the plaintiff claims that a cause of action arose (which is meritless) or the when the document (sale deed) was registered?

Posted 25-Apr-19 11:53 AM

How to check Bar Council Reg No is register on which advocate no

How to check Bar Council Reg No is register on which advocate no for Example "Document Agency- Bar Council Reg- MP-147 2010" who is register on this Name, Address and whether this firm is genuine

Please use the following link:

On the left hand, use the "Enrolled Advocates List" , then enter the year and number from the stated Bar Council  Reg No. (in MP-147 2010, 2010 is the year and 147 is the number)

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Posted 12-Apr-19 12:16 PM

There are multiple ways this can be done as per the present setup:

1) A company can buy electoral bonds for a party, and let the party know of the same. However, it doesnt have to reveal the name of the party to its shareholders. Thus, the bonds can be used for quid-pro-quo where the company buys bonds for INR X, donates it to the ruling party at centre/state, gets contracts worth 10X ... And thus the cycle continues. Of course, no one knows that the company  was helping the ruling party

2) A foreign firm could invest money in an Indian company and then this company could fund a ruling party to manipulate and lobby for policy decisions. Again, given that the beneficiary party is never revealed, this can be used for lobbying

3) The ruling party at state  or union level could ask (informally) one of the government undertakings to buy and donate to the ruling party. Thus diverting public money for party purposes. 

4) Electoral bonds effectively serve as a guarantee for a ruling party that the beneficiary of its policy decisions/contract awards etc shall indeed donate to its party causes, and cannot back off once the benefit has been extended

All these loopholes exist because of the provision and liberty to not disclose the name of the political party for which the bonds have been bought. Correcting this should ensure transparency.


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parthi ban

Posted 30-Mar-19 22:36 PM

land Dispute with neighbour...Looking for legal opinion..

Hi, I had an housing land dispute issue with neighbour...Twice survey done with taluka government surveyour..I am trying to make the wall within my boundary limits... But my neighbour was objecting and he was threatning me to make the construction,Already FIR HAS been filed with my neighbour as well. But after Sub inspector intervention It was agreed that resurvey need to be done with proper survey notice and the opposite party should not make any problem....My neighbour want the survey from District surveyour only...... AS we have already enquired with District Surveyour about this survey for his avialblity...AS per him head surveyour is the final authority to make the survey..District surveyour wont come for survey...The same has been conveyed by District surveyour to head surveyour over Phone as well.hence we have decided to conduct survey with head surveyour and taluka surveyour with summon notice.After surveyor reached the spot to make survey my neighbour was objecting this Survey...And they didnt allow the surveyour to make the survey... They are always coming with group and threatning us since we are orthodox family...I am looking for legal Justice. Now how can I proceed to build wall within my boundary limit...Looking for a solution which can faster... 1)Is there a possiblity to take mandatory injunction order to avoid neighbour interfer in my boundary wall.....if yes before giving this will there be a hearing from opposite side as well...Please clarify 2)if the opposite party knows i am moving towards court,is there a way he can get some stay order to stop my work parmanetly without my knowledge...???? Please suggest the best way to move forward.....

Dear Sir,

Get survey the land through Court Surveyor by getting appointment of Court Commissioner.

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Posted 25-Mar-19 15:39 PM

Please use


However, it might not be accepted if you dont have a valid bar council ID

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