Consult a lawyer in RERA cases

Consult a lawyer in RERA cases like builder and consumer dispute. The builder does not providing possession within time, bad or substandard construction, failed to perform his promise, taking unauthorized payments, demanding excess money etc are the major disputed come under the RERA. You may consult our advocate to get appropriate advice. 

I constructed my house on the written permission of NHAI : How to protect its demolition?

As per Karnataka state government laws building to be constructed 40 metre away from the centre line of national highway’s road. When we approached the NHAI, engineer provided conditional approval about building construction. He took written statements saying that the owner will not receive compensation for demolition of his building if the NHAI would demolish his building during road widening. We started building construction after getting approval from NHAI. Now the Karnataka high court bench has upheld the government’s law about 40 metre. The court has directed the authority to take action. Could you please guide how we can proceed now.

An agreement to sale holder has dispossessed me forcefully

I bought the immovable property through a registered sale deed. Before purchasing the immovable property the seller made an unregistered sale agreement with another one and gave him the possession of the property. But later on the person who made a sale agreement did not act as per sale agreement. So the original owner of the property sent him a notice for cancellation of the sale agreement. After that I purchased the said property through the registered sale deed and I took possession of the said property. Now that unregistered sale agreement holder files a suit under specific performance and forcefully took the possession of said property. Now matter is pending in court so my question is whether I can lodge the FIR against the unregistered sale agreement person for trespass offence?

Can the daughter of my father’s elder brother claim share in ancestral property?

My father’s elder brother is now 70 years old and had a second marriage 30 years back after first wife’s death. He has a married daughter from his first wife. The daughter is in a good financial position but wants a share in ancestral property. Does she legally have rights to get properties? We all want the ancestral properties in the name of my elder mother as she has no son/ daughter of herself. She is alone . My elder father is alive. How to proceed ? Is there any solution without their daughter’s willingness?

Can I claim share in ancestral property when my father is under influence of his daughter in law

I have one sister and one brother. My grandparents died intestate. Can my father transfer all the shares to my brother or his wife? How do I protect my right? I think my father wants to transfer all the property to his daughter in law because he is living under her influence. My grandparents did not make any will hence it may give my father an opportunity to keep me away from the property.

My sister wants to grab my land

My sister has been living in my ancestral plot for the last 10 years which is my property. I allowed her to live here just as a help. But now she is claiming to file a case to get that plot. My father has written batwaranama (not signed by my sister) in my name. After that I got the mutation of the plot. But in future there may be chances that my parents claim batwaranama to be not valid and my sister can take over my land. My parents and my sister both are against me. Can they claim the land?

How much share can I get in my father’s property?

My father has died but my mother is alive. I have 5 sisters and we have 4 brothers. Among them 2 sisters and 1 brother are below the age of 18. My father had owned 9 acres of land but he died without any will. And my mother owns 1 acre of land. How much share do I get in my father’s property? For Making of EWS certificate who will be included in ‘Family’ (as given in EWS certificate format) and what will be the total land share of that ‘Family’.

Inheritance right of son in the self-acquired property of his deceased mother

A Hindu Male who died intestate in 1995 with a self-earned house in Lucknow leaving behind one wife (Nani of the claimant). 2 sons & 2 daughters. His wife (Nani) expired in 2015, thereafter one of the daughters expired in 2019. The self-earned house (immovable property) in question is currently in possession of the two sons, as both daughters are married living with their in-laws.

Kindly explain in the light of amendments to Hindu Succession Act, 2005. (Since, 2 sons are insisting for partition of the house through family settlement deed in a unilateral manner denying any share to son of deceased daughter.) After my Nani’s death both sons are living in the self-earned property of my Nana.

What are the inheritance rights of a maternal grandson upon immovable property of his Nana (who died intestate) ? Nana has left behind a written note stating that one portion of the house shall be reserved for daughters and sons would have no right over the same. Can a written note be deemed to be legally valid or succession law of Hindus prevail over the ‘unregistered written document’?

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