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Tina S

Posted 3 days ago

Isit possible to repeat 12 the board exam in nios University in 2019 Even though I cleared my 12th exam in nios university with less percentage in the year 2001. Isit a crime to hold two certificate s and repeating 12 the exam again with gap of 19 years
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A. It is possible but you mention actual date of birth which is used previous exam
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ADVOCATE BIR ABHIMANYU KUMAR Exp: 3 Year(s) Jamshedpur
A Boy Name "JAI " 12 Years old Yesterday on 21/03/2019 met with an Accident , car ran over the foot of the boy, the Person driving the car just said sorry and went . Boy was taken to municipal hospital Doctor advice for immediate X- Ray after the reports it was diagnosed fracture in his right foot , Also the wounds were bleeding on the elbow, hips and foot toes . Hence He was plastered on Right Leg. Also at the Same instance Child started Complaining about his feeling of Giddiness Vomiting and headache Doctor advised C T scan of head immediately, CT Scan was also done and the reports showed there are no major problems, but Medication are needed . As Doctor gave an option of taking him home but taking good care or Hospitalization. We discharged from hospital at night , now we want to lodge a police complain and file a Case Against for the accident and loss happened.
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A. First of all you must should be lodge FIR against accused car or vehicle if police does not register your FIR then you file complaint case in Civil Court before the chief judicial magistrate there after you may file compensation case against accused car and her insurer any place of territory of India
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firoz khan

Posted 4 days ago

Dear Sir I have a small slitting machine unit to make Thermal paper Billing roll ,i have a client to whom i have supplied the rolls and we had given a credit of more than one lakh and the credit has reached more than 180 days initially he used to respond and give some or other confirmation about the payment from last month he is not picking up the call nor responding the mail or whatsapp. I have started this company based on loan and we are in MSME sector. Now bank is demanding for the interest.Its become difficult to run day to day activities due to money rotation is stuck. Want to recover this amount from him what will be the best legal alternative without filing a case and extend . Please advice
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A. First of all you must send a legal notice through a lawyer by mail and registered post under section 406 and 420 of IPC and also Consumer Protection Act and provide a time for one month for replying of your notice thereafter you may lodge case in consumer court and second you may lodge casebefore local police through FIR and second option is you may lodge criminal case against accused in CJM ( chief judicial magistrate) local Civil Court you may contact with me
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ADVOCATE BIR ABHIMANYU KUMAR Exp: 3 Year(s) Jamshedpur
Dear sir I (AMA) is the guarantor of a loan taken by MHA From bank (CCB). The loan of MHA with CCB went bad. CCB has made partial recovery from MHA by selling the collateral security of MHA. Now they are behind AMA. AMA has only one property which is mortgaged to some other bank (DCB). The loan of AMA with DCB is a normal loan. Not NPA Can court attach the mortgaged property.
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A. Yes Bank can attach mortgage property of guarantor . For more information you may contact with me
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ADVOCATE BIR ABHIMANYU KUMAR Exp: 3 Year(s) Jamshedpur

Keya Mukhopadjyay

Posted 1 week ago

Hello, I sold my ground floor premises to a person. I was away from my property for several years. Now I am back and living on my first floor is the same premises. The owner of the ground floor is blocking my only way to my flat by parking their motor cycles in my passage. They claim that parking vehicle is their easement right. I wonder how come parking comes under easement right in India! Kindly advise, what legal steps should I follow to stop them from parking blocking my entrance and exit passage. Thanks.
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A. First of all you show to me agreement for sale and sale deed there after I will give you better advice in your case. For your knowledge already easement act is inforce in India but in your case you are entitled for easement not only ground floor owner. so don't worry.
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ADVOCATE BIR ABHIMANYU KUMAR Exp: 3 Year(s) Jamshedpur
Hi one of the adjacent neighbors making building close to my building and easement disturbed also his building pass on DP Road Margin shown by my certified architect technically in his analysis report .i already received injunction status quo just lane attached to the my building and his construction .i want to go for challange in court of law .is such case courts has jurisdiction or have rights to interfere in it??? In the other words can I challenge plan?
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A. If your easement is disturb then you can challenge it if any clarification then you contact me
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Anonymous

Posted 1 week ago

I cleared RBI Assistant exam notification dated 18 October 2017, under OBC non creamy layer category, and appeared for the document verification process in the RBI. But Mumbai aspirants filed a case against RBI due to which the result was put on hold. In the mean time I and my brother cleared an exam in Delhi Metro Rail corporation and joined the same. Now I fall under obc creamy layer category, as my family income is more than 8 lac. If RBI declares its result now, am i eligible for joining RBI Assistant?
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A. If you are non creamy layer at the time of apply of the post of the RBI then you are eligible
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ADVOCATE BIR ABHIMANYU KUMAR Exp: 3 Year(s) Jamshedpur
I worked for a company, I resigned on 28th January and i asked for early relieve from work, they agreed and relieved me on 31st January. I worked for entire January month and they did not pay my salary when asked they are referring to the clause below in my joining letter. Need help in this matter. Clause: Notice Period for Termination: During your probationary period, either party may terminate your employment by giving the other party thirty (30) days' written notice or payment in lieu of all or part of such notice period. After the probationary period, either party can terminate the employment by giving the other party 60 days written notice ("Notice Period"). However, Caliper may at its sole discretion release you earlier on certain conditions to be determined by the Company at the time of termination or by the Company making a payment in lieu of all or part of the Notice Period.
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A. First of all you must send notice to your ex employee by self an mention it your grievances and demands mode of notice is bye registered post and by email also thereafter you can send a legal notice through your lawyer to your ex employer and give your grievance and demands and weight her reply there after you get proper legal action against your ex - employer if you finding any problem then you contact me
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Anonymous

Posted 1 week ago

V four brother living in a joint house named on my deceased mother. The property is undivided. The 4th brother family is living on ground floor. The 3rd brother family and my family is living on first floor, sharing toilets and one room i hv, while 2 rooms r with 3rd family. The 30 gaj is free area with jaal on first floor under control of 3rd family. The 1st brother family is living on top floor with attached bathroom n one room n kitchen.30 gaj area is free on top. 30 gaj area is open n free , not built above the jaal. As i hv smallest area, can i go for partition suit? How court will divide area for me? Will court give me one third area or one fourth area on each floor.plz guide...
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A. First of all tell me your house is registered land or unregistered land you can show me your mother's house paper or describe me your mother's house paper, if your mother's house paper is registered land then you can get file petition of partition and get equivalent proportionate and kindly tell me that is your mother declare any will before deceased you can contact me
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Anonymous

Posted 1 week ago

Hello I have recently posted an ad of my vehicle on online selling platform and one interested customer approached me and asked for vehicle Documents and my ID proof to cross reference. He is now not responding. Can he do anything with pic of Insurance and RTO and my adhaar?
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A. first of all you told me that what's paper you send him ,And for your information any person does not pic or any alternation without your hard copy signature in any document but should be careful if you finding any problem then you contact me
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