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Temporary employees in LIC

AsHon'bleSupreme Court modifed its earlier Judgment dated 09-08-2016, it has been informed that the employees who worked on a temporary basis with Life Insurance Corporation India has to be absorbed in the rolls of LIC. Kindly let me know the period for which this notification is applicable/given...

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As Hon'ble Supreme Court modifed its earlier Judgment dated 09-08-2016, it has been informed that the employees who worked on a temporary basis with Life Insurance Corporation India has to be absorbed in the rolls of LIC. Kindly let me know the period for which this notification is applicable/given effect to and also the total number of days to be worked by the temporary employee for availing the above eligibility

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Asked October 07, 2016
03e97e78b484e3e226b5f98a7dc1bae7d27f60fa Rituparn Uniyal
last answered 5 months ago
Whats the difference between Murder and Culpable Homicide?

Whats the difference between Murder and Culpable Homicide?

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Asked August 18, 2013
Default avatar Rutumbhara
last answered about 3 years ago
how to get stay order immediately against my land

Dear sir.,
I am from nativity of vallioor, tamilnadu. residing at USA. my dad owned a land in native and he is no more. it has been illegally undertaken by local guy who is near to that land. but i could not do anything from here and none of my neighbors are ready to ask about this to him as he...

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Dear sir.,
I am from nativity of vallioor, tamilnadu. residing at USA. my dad owned a land in native and he is no more. it has been illegally undertaken by local guy who is near to that land. but i could not do anything from here and none of my neighbors are ready to ask about this to him as he is having local influences. he has started up building construction in that place and basement has been finished. immediately what could be my move to stop the construction and get rid of the problem. can i get stay order from court immediately.

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Asked February 09, 2016
Default avatar Anina D'cunha
last answered 12 months ago
Under age lovers elope - FIR against boy and boy's family

Hi, I would like to get some legal advice regarding my current family situation. As my younger brother (17 years) and her lover (17 years 9 months) ran away 2 days back and the girl family has made a FIR against us under section 361,366 and so on (I m not sure).This is the second instance. They...

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Hi, I would like to get some legal advice regarding my current family situation. As my younger brother (17 years) and her lover (17 years 9 months) ran away 2 days back and the girl family has made a FIR against us under section 361,366 and so on (I m not sure).This is the second instance. They have hired some goons and threaten to kill them and harassing my family.Police also has denied to write an FIR against girl family and told us that your son will be convicted. Now Police are coming to my home and harassing my parents. Thanks,

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Asked May 14, 2015
Default avatar Arushi
last answered almost 2 years ago
how to file RTI against any POlice Station

how to file RTI against any POlice Station

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Asked June 15, 2013
Ddb961e05ce6aad400976092876777c343882007 Ashwini Tallur
last answered almost 4 years ago
Surname change for legal use after marriage

So my friend recently got married. She doesn't quite want to change her surname and neither does she want to go through the entire process of getting the name of her spouse added in her passport. Would it amount to misrepresentation if she were to travel to a foreign country continuing to hold...

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So my friend recently got married. She doesn't quite want to change her surname and neither does she want to go through the entire process of getting the name of her spouse added in her passport. Would it amount to misrepresentation if she were to travel to a foreign country continuing to hold the "miss" and the "unmarried title" on her passport?

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Asked January 21, 2015
Default avatar Deepan K.S
last answered about 2 years ago
How to avoid relatives challenging registered gift deed?

my grand father gifted part of his property to me by registered gift deed. two years ago, which i done mutation in mcd office also. my grand father has 3 sons, 2 daughter. in his old age i m looking after him of all his needs. so he gifted me some part of property, rest of property has a...

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my grand father gifted part of his property to me by registered gift deed. two years ago, which i done mutation in mcd office also. my grand father has 3 sons, 2 daughter. in his old age i m looking after him of all his needs. so he gifted me some part of property, rest of property has a registered will also, in will same part of property is on my name also, but to make more lawful, my grand father gifted to me that part. As he is still alive, he wants to know, can any of his sons & daughter can challenge that gift deed. He doesnt want anyone challenging my right on the property, after his death. Is there any more document which can be saved?

This property is freehold, self earned property of my grand father...as mentioned by many lawyers that registered gift deed can be challenged, then what is the best way to safeguard my interests?

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Default avatar Anubha Yadav
last answered 9 months ago
Gift shares to family

I wish to gift shares to my father & brother 10000 each of a pvt ltd unlisted company at Bangalore.
Other than SH-4 0.25% stamp duty on consideration (book value of shares), kindly tell the stamp duty payable on gift deed.
Also clarify Gift deed stamping charges.
One more thing if company...

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I wish to gift shares to my father & brother 10000 each of a pvt ltd unlisted company at Bangalore.
Other than SH-4 0.25% stamp duty on consideration (book value of shares), kindly tell the stamp duty payable on gift deed.
Also clarify Gift deed stamping charges.
One more thing if company registered office is in Delhi then can I still make gift deed in Karnataka.
If yes then are the charges same for it in gift deed case

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Asked June 23, 2016
Default avatar Lawfarm Team
last answered 9 months ago
Lodging a complaint with the Economic Offence Wing

The builder had taken initial deposit for sale of plot. The builder had not completely acquired the land from the farmers and had closed the office.

I had lodged the compliant with the Economic Offence Wing. HOW TO RECOVER MONEY OR TAKE POSSESSION OF THE PLOT?
Kindly note that my wife and I were...

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The builder had taken initial deposit for sale of plot. The builder had not completely acquired the land from the farmers and had closed the office.

I had lodged the compliant with the Economic Offence Wing. HOW TO RECOVER MONEY OR TAKE POSSESSION OF THE PLOT?
Kindly note that my wife and I were required to bring all the documents under sec 124 of Cr.P.C.

P.S. Sec 17, Chandigarh initially refused to accept it on the ground that it was been centralised at Head Quarters.However, on my insistence, they received a copy of the written complaint. Later on, I submitted a copy with Head Quaters. Did not receive anything in writing or telephonic advice despite reminder emails.

Query 1: What will happen if case is transferred or taken up by EOW?
Consumer Court had last year convicted two officials of UK Homes Ltd for 2 years simple imprisonment as they failed to appear in recovery proceedings.

Query 2: I want to file case against the broker and the previous owner cum seller also for cheating in connivance with the builder.

Query 3: What are the chances of recovery from the broker and seller as they have not absconded.
 

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Default avatar Kushagra Tiwari
last answered 10 months ago
Proof of Rape

Recently the Indian Supreme Court held that even if there is no conclusive medical opinion, (which is so often in case a married woman gets raped) the accused could not be acquitted of the charge. What are the kinds of circumstantial evidence the courts are going to keep in mind while holding the...

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Recently the Indian Supreme Court held that even if there is no conclusive medical opinion, (which is so often in case a married woman gets raped) the accused could not be acquitted of the charge. What are the kinds of circumstantial evidence the courts are going to keep in mind while holding the accused guilty in a rape case? Also, i hear that apart from scratch marks/injuries etc, the two-finger test (or the cylindrical rod that is inserted in the vagina) continues to be important tests conducted on rape victims. I'm sure in more developed countries virginity is a rare phenomenon among unmarried girls--so, how does rape get established in those countries? is the law different? Or am i just imagining that the plight of rape victims is better in U.K/U.S.A etc?

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Asked October 08, 2014
B2da0ab9882d8f229ef5862035f214549184d222 Entrust Legal Services LLP
last answered 6 months ago
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