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Leelavati Shetty

Posted 1 day ago

I faced a financial fraud from my supplier. But the police was not ready to file an FIR. After the court order, an FIR was made under section 409, 420 on 11dec 2017. But till inspite of 7 hearings the police has not attended the court with the report even after the show cause notice. What do I do to get justice? Will court never be able to force the police to solve this. Is there anyway to force police to work on the FIR.
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A. Dear Client, You have filed a complaint case before the court concerned and FI R has been logged against opposite party. Now ploice is not submitting his final report even after Show cause notice to thana incharge or SHO or IO. See this is court concerned only. But you have legal recourse open with you to expedite the action of police and giving opportunity to opposite party to manage or manhandle the evidences. Whether opposite party has been applied for A.Bail . Pls. Contact for proper furthe legal action.Pls. rate on review. Thanks
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Sanjay Kumar Jha Exp: 17 Year(s) Patna

Anonymous

Posted 1 day ago

my friend has applied for divorce on dec 2017. still now the case is going on.she is worried much.can anyone help her when this will end. this is the status . Business On Date Hearing Date Purpose of hearing 02-01-2018 23-01-2018 Await Reports 23-01-2018 16-02-2018 Issue of Process 16-02-2018 07-03-2018 Await Reports 07-03-2018 10-04-2018 Issue of Process 10-04-2018 02-05-2018 Issue of Process 02-05-2018 08-06-2018 Issue of Process 08-06-2018 04-07-2018 Issue of Process 04-07-2018 03-08-2018 Publication 03-08-2018 04-08-2018 Appearance 04-08-2018 07-09-2018 Appearance 07-09-2018 01-10-2018 Mediation 01-10-2018 30-10-2018 Await Reports 30-10-2018 20-11-2018 Await Reports 20-11-2018 10-12-2018 Await Reports 10-12-2018 22-01-2019 Await Reports 22-01-2019 12-02-2019 Counter 12-02-2019 08-03-2019 Counter
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A. Dear Client, Your friend has filed a divorce case against her husband , but you have not stated herewith whether that divorce was under heading Mutual divorce or From her side only. This case is family matter case , court 1stly issue him notice (if she only has filed case against her husband), Once twice thrice , by court or through your friend . This issue generally does not end soon it takes time. If filed Mutual consented petition then till Six months Zero action. You may get paid advice or any other services from me from this platform. Pls. Rate me on review. Thanks
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Sanjay Kumar Jha Exp: 17 Year(s) Patna
Lender(1st party) gives loan to Borrower (2nd party) via a cheque which deposited in my account and I gived security cheque to lender as per agreement but as it is mentioned in the agreement that if security cheque will get bounced then Borrower will be responsible for that But still lender filing case against me under section 138 of NIA and 420 of IPC I am student preparing for government job and not enough rich so how this case will effect my carrier and what should I do
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A. Dear Client, If there is writing agreementthat you will not be held liable for post dated cheque then in that condition court may release you from such liability, and you shall not be held liable by court.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 week ago

Sir my wife file complaint case 498A 494 120B and 406.Now she wants to withdrawal it on condition. 1.One time settlement of Rs 15 Lakhs 2.My Land and House will be remain with her 3.Custody of Children will be with her ( 14 and 15 Yrs age of children) 4.I will not make any claim in future. We both mutually file Divorce case. But in last hearing Magistrate make objection by saying maintenance for children is not mentioned. Please suggest me other way.
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A. Dear Client, You have mentioned that there is mutual Divorce, one time settlement is 15 lakhs, which perhaps you accepted as it seems. But, whether you have opposed for your land property or not , you are not making clear here. About your children are minor hence court can fix lum sum for each or jointly . See , all could have been mutual settlement regarding all sitting with your lawyer with your wife or her representative, if any one of her side. How ever you should oppose for all before decree for divorce. All depends on your financial and salary and nature of job or business. Further you may consult for the same legal resolution.
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Sanjay Kumar Jha Exp: 17 Year(s) Patna
What happens if a applicant files bankrupt and what is the liability of coapplicant
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A. Dear Client , Liabilities sustain for and with the directors and the company , or partners where liability arises. The code of insolvency and bankruptcy will be followed and if the co applicant is not bankrupt, then, in that case he has to pay the liability.Hence in that case if firm or company is bankrupt with Limited Liabilities then directors or parents shall be liable only for the liability on documents on record.
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Anonymous

Posted 2 weeks ago

Mam..my husband was married already from last 18 years.he lied to me that he already filed a divorce case against his wife.he pressurised me to change my religion from Hindu to muslim.after marriage one of his frnd came to home to visit us.my husband told me to serve liquor to his client.i refused to that later his frnd was trying to touch me.i shout and told him don't you dare. My husband told me to sleep with him.i told him that if he will ask the same question i will file complaint against him. later he said sorry.to me..after that incidence I was asking to show me the divorce papers of Ur wife.he was continuously trying to avoid my questions.after that he told me to he was not filed a divorce case against his wife.i was shocked.later his mom's his sister was always asking me to leave his son because he is suffering from many diseases and he is very much order than me..4 days back he suddenly disappeared from the house.his phone is switched off.he didn't contact me.its being 5 days he didn't contact me.pls suggest me the right way.
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A. Dear Madam, You have been defrauded , breached of trust, forcing for prostitution, your marriage can be annulled /challenged, hence you must approach to nearest police station and register your complaint against them immediately providing police whereabout of them. You may contact for the same needful legal advice and action
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Sanjay Kumar Jha Exp: 17 Year(s) Patna
Hello, I have visited a brothel for sex and made friend with a local prostitute. She told she didn't like the work conditions as the place was dirty, forced to take 10 clients a day. Soon we became friends and exchanged numbers & was surprised to see she lives near me. Now, she called up and said she know some clients whom she can invite and have sex in my apartment while i am away. I want to help this lady by rescuing from that brothel as i felt sad for her. I also cannot get her a job as her education level is only upto school. Now my doubt is, will i be booked in ITPA or PITA if i lend my apartment to a sex worker as a kind help ? Just to improve her working conditions. See the total power is with police & judiciary. Only if common people get some power, we the general people can rescue some girls and improve their working conditions, also complain to police in case of mis treatment but we only get ashamed from police for visiting a prostitute. Marriage is not a guarantee to a good sex life. Please any friendly advocates, need ur opinion.
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A. Dear client, If you would allow her to continue illegal trade or business as prostitutions just on helping , you will be in big trouble. Perhaps you are educated , see such thing are even derogatory in society , your sympathy may cost for your character and future. So do not go for it. Pls. Rate , and put review. Thanks.
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Anonymous

Posted 4 weeks ago

How much time it takes generally to file for Anticipatory Bail in High Court, and what documents are needed ? Allegations being 376 and 316 IPC
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A. Dear Client, Filing of Anticipatory Bail at High court depends on case nature . But generally within 1 week . Documents needed FIR, and rejected order of lower court, affidavit. You may consult for the same .
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Sanjay Kumar Jha Exp: 17 Year(s) Patna
1 - For Anticipatory Bail in IPC 376 and 315; Rape and abortion; we should go directly to High Court or first to Sessions Court / Lower Court ? 2 - Can we do Anticipatory Bail and Quash together in High Court ? Or one by one ? 3 - Usually how many days it takes for Anticipatory Bail in High Court ? How many hearings ? 4 - What are the chances of Anticipatory Bail in High Court in in IPC 376 and 315; Rape and abortion; will chances increase if we employ a very senior famous Lawyer ?
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A. Dear Client, Firstly you should move for Anticipatory Bail to safe guard from being arrested, Yes there is no bar for filing together at High Court. But for filing Anticipatory Bail petition you will have to file at session court/ Lower court. Get it rejected order and then move to file at High court. The Time frame can not be given however , within a Week from lower Court, and thereafter as per cause list Sr. no. and per day hearing of by the concerned court. Pls. consult for the same , if you have not engaged any one .
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Sanjay Kumar Jha Exp: 17 Year(s) Patna
Lower sessions Court has rejected Anticipatory Bail in Rape and Abortion IPC, we are going for High Court, what are the chances. Please advise. NBW has been issued against accused already way back now.
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A. Dear Client, As your case is cognizable for the offence, you should without any delay get it file for Anticipatory Bail at High court. See, possibility of getting AB depends of allegations, imposed in FIR; And ground taken in AB Application, and the court's view in which case listed . You may consult for the same for draft of AB petition and for fling and arguing . Pls Rate / review , Thanks
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