The society has arbitrarily fined the tenant for a lawful act

Society has no power to levy such a hefty fine without giving you an opportunity to be heard. The landlord is bound to maintain the essential amenities in the house to make it inhabitable. The tenant has some basic rights if the landlord refuses to perform his duty.

Judgment of supreme court has not been implemented yet

Question asked on: 24/05/2019 I retired from CWC, a Central Public Sector Unit; In pursuance of the Supreme Court Judgement dated 3-5-1990, employees drawing CDA Pattern pay Scales were to be switched over to IDA Pattern Pay Scales w.e.f. 1-1-1989 after calling for...

Terminated from the job because did not submit resignation letter

Question asked on: 24/05/2019 I worked for an MNC company as a Manager. Despite my good performances, my corrupt seniors 1st put me on the bench (no work) for an extended period as I refused to join their evil plans, denied me an assignment and then I was terminated...

Forfeiture of gratuity without held guilty

Question asked on: 04/03/2019 I am a retired government servant. A departmental proceeding was pending at the time of my retirement. Therefore, the competent authority had forfeited my gratuity without holding me guilty of proved misconduct. He presented...

Right to pension

Question asked on: 04/03/2019 I was a public servant and retired from the post of superintendent engineer. No departmental inquiry was set up against me for the alleged misappropriation of government fund from the state treasury. My pension and gratuity are...