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Santosh Singh

Posted 3 months ago

FIR lodge under section 420/406. only against my brother. But in charge sheet police added section 174{A} , 120 (b) and chit fund act. Police apprehended my brother on 10 Oct 2017 and charge sheet filed on 13 Dec 2017 after 60 days and in main charge sheet no any witness mentioned name of his wife and my father. Antricipatary bail of Wife of my bother rejected on 28 feb 2018. She surrendered on 13 march 2018 and my father surrendered on 09 april 2018. Supplementary CS submitted by Police on 10 May 2018 just before completion of 60 days. Accordingly bail of 167(2) rejected. Thereafter 2 bail application application rejected by CMM and ASJ. Now bail application is in pending with high court in which IO submitted that more application is being received hence enquiry is pending therefore opposed bail application. All 03 pers are on Jail since mentioned above. Request intimate what I can do.

A. In case bail is not granted by high court u can approach supreme court.but the facts stated by you lack clarity.so seelk personal consultation for better legal assistance.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

Sandeep Anand

Posted 3 months ago

Sir I was working in Punjab National Bank from 2010 on clerical cadre. I was suspended from my service on 17/06/2013 for matter not attributable to me. After a long silence bank started departmental proceedings on June 2015. After inquiry the disciplinary Authority imposed "DISMISSAL WITHOUT NOTICE " punishment. I then appealed to the Zonal office and after hearing my plea the Appellate Authority setting a side previous enquiry ordered fresh inquiry. Now Bank is treating me as ex employee. I had given several letters to the Disciplinary Authority for reinstatement of my service in the light of the order of Appellate Authority. But still no action has been taken till date. Please give me suggestions so that I could take a right step.

A. File a writ petition against the bank but after consulting a lawyer from Vidhikarya to ensure proper advice before filling of writ petition. U don't have any remedy except filling a writ petition because bank will not restore u without court orders.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

Iti Sharma

Posted 3 months ago

After my husband's death on 12-04-2018, my in-laws put up a lock on the house where I was living with my husband separately since after marriage because my in-laws were living in a rented house from almost 20 years as they basically belongs to Bihar. Matter was put up in front of police and now after 3 months an FIR has been launched against my in-laws under ipc section 406 and 34 but no action has been taken by police till now.I want to enter in the house because we were running a institute inside the house and my all belongings are locked inside the house but police is saying we can't help you regarding this. Now my question is if I break the lock and enters in the house, legal action could be taken against me by police? What other legal action I can take to take immediate entry in the house?

A. File a domestic violence petition against ur in laws and seek urgent orders for removal of your items.as a alternative u can approach civil court also.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

I'm a BDS student and I am responsible by mistake for hand fracture of one of my batchmate. The incidence had happened in the month of August. My college disciplinary committee had decided with the consent of his father that I will bear the hospital expenses. But, since one month his family is threatening to kill me if I won't give them the amount of 1.5 lakh. They're localites and tried two times to cause severe physical damage to me. Right now I am posting this from my home because I am afraid to go to my college. PLEASE HELP ME!!!

A. What injury or damage has been caused by you has not been mentioned. However u appear to have entered into a compromise. In any given situation, other party has no right to start giving threats to u.if they want , they can sent a complaint to local police station. U should share details of injury caused by y to get better guidance
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

Anonymous

Posted 3 months ago

My husband is habitual of doing frauds of money. We are married for last 10 years. I have been observing this habit of 420 kind of things since marriage. He has fulfilled no responsibility for me and children. Though we are living together but our image in neighborhood, relatives and at other places is going down. I have made him understood many times to leave this habit and lead a simple life. We both are working but he always depends on me for even petty expenses of family. The financial management of my family is really poor despite we earn good. He always creates problems and leaves upto me when it comes time of payment. Due to which I m getting fail ed to save money for my children future. Earlier I though that may be things would come on track with the passage of time. But as such no change has come. This is also because my both father and mother in law are also of the same nature. All are very greedy of money. I don' t understand what to do? Should I take initiate for divorce or let it go? My own parents never supported me. Because of this they have also taken their steps back and left upto me. Plz give advice.

A. Ur problem cannot be solved by seeking divorce. U should try to open separate account for kids and save money in it.remember that money cannot purchase relationship but if relationship is OK then things can be turned around.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

Nil NIL

Posted 3 months ago

Dear Sir, Kindly let me know how much time does it take to get PIL on board?

A. Take personal consultation to seek better guidance.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

Himanshu Malik

Posted 3 months ago

Hi I have filed a divorce case against my wife.we have a simple marrige and no dowry has been accepted by us.But after divorce filling they filed an fir for 498a,323,377,354,511 against me and my family.Please help

A. U have clearly mentioned that who filed divorce petition. You or your wife.but since FIR has been registered, u should apply for anticipatory bail at the earliest. You can try up to Supreme court also for anticipatory bail in case u shall have to surrender and apply for bail for the reason that anticipatory bail is pre arrest bail and should try all options up to Supreme court before surrendering and applying for regular bail.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi
Hello Sir, We have recently booked a flat through assignment agreement from 1st buyer. Now 1st buyer is forcing us to register the property within 15 days because 1st buyer wants to settle some bills from builder through that(1st buyer is contractor of the builder). Is it correct to register the property when only civil work has been done in the flat and tiling and painting and other finishing work is still pending. Please advise.

A. The registration of the property only passes on the title. It does not give clearance to reside in the building, being a noc from concerned corporation/ sanctioning authority. Any property which is capable of being transferred can be done at any time.it will pass a valid title but will give a right to start residing or using the building for which separate permission s required after completion of the building .
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

Amol Shinde

Posted 3 months ago

My cousins wife file complaint against me. I am live in thane with my family. and our family is sepearted. One issue happened at the time of Ganesh Festival. His brother came in my villege and fight with my uncle that i did the stop fighting both. but cousin's wife file compliant against me also. Can i file complaint against her.

A. U can file a complaint buy it will be considered to be one filed in retaliation. So better to contest the complaint filed against u.but once it is decided in ur favour, u can file a defamation suit as well as a criminal complaint for defamation.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi
Kindly let me know the average days Hon. Chief Justice take for admission hearing of PIL?

A. Whether notice has to issued on PIL is decided on first hearing itself if not adjourned otherwise.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi

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