Started by Anonymous User at 4:39 p.m. on 30 Jan. 14
If a person purchased any undivided property having one of the co-sharers thumb impression and handwriting on the deed, then in that case is the deed legal or illegal in the eyes of law?
Started by Anonymous User at 11:25 a.m. on 30 Jan. 14
MAJOR PENALTY IMPOSED UNDER RULE 14 OF CCS(CCA). CAN ANOTHER PENALTY BE IMPOSED UNDER RULE 19 OF CCS(CCA) FOR SAME MISCOUNDUCT ON CONVICTION
Started by vijay jain at 7:13 p.m. on 29 Jan. 14
1 This case is reported or not please update with court reported number etc....CS (OS) No. 1359 of 2011 delhi high court. Nau Nihal Singh Rana vs Sunil Kumar
2.Is there any supreme court judgment on ABSOLUTE PREVILEGE as per point number 1 above .
3. judgments in favour where opposite party submitted forge documents.
4.if forged document filed by party is there any court has right to file criminal suits against party if yes please give us all those supreme court judgments with selected and superb judgment with citations.
Started by Anonymous User at 1:03 p.m. on 29 Jan. 14
Original Application No. 26/2012
Started by smbasha219 at 2:59 p.m. on 27 Jan. 14
Is it permissible for the wife of the deceased to inherit from the property of the deceased's father?
Please suggest me any courts (supreme court if any) judgements on this regard
Started by jyotikumarsen at 1:51 p.m. on 27 Jan. 14
One of my annual confidential reports has been written by an official who has not been authorized to write it. How can I get redressal from my organization? Are there any judgements regarding such an issue?
Started by navneet at 11:15 p.m. on 26 Jan. 14
Kindly remove delete the case weblink http://indiankanoon.org/doc/179708751/ Dr. Mrs. Simran W/O Navneet vs 2) The Hon'Ble Principal Judge on 8 August, 2011
Bench: R. M. Savantas it is disturbing my personal and social life and has led to mental harassment
Kindly confirm the action and immediately delete this and do not cause any further damage to my reputation and image
Please confirm once it is removed
Dr Navneet Wadhwa
Started by fcraregn at 8:16 p.m. on 26 Jan. 14
Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 2010
Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 2010 was passed by Rajya Sabha on 19th August 2010 with a view to replace the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 1976. Section 17 of FCRA 2010 provides that multiple bank accounts can be opened for the purposes of utilization provided only one bank account is maintained for receiving foreign contribution. This amendment provides a great relief to all the NGOs which were struggling under the arbitrary disallowance of multiple bank accounts under FCRA, 1976. Another relief is the time limit for processing an application for registration. In the old FCRA there was no time limit but section 12 of the FCRA 2010, provides the time limit and applications for registration have to be processed within 90 days. The FCRA department shall also provide reasons for rejections.
An organisation having a definite cultural, economic, educational, religious or social programme shall accept foreign contribution, only after such organisation obtains a certificate of registration from the Central Government.
Application for Registration
An application for registration of an organisation for acceptance of foreign contribution shall be made electronically on-line in Form FC-3, and shall be followed by forwarding the hard copy of the on-line application duly signed by the Chief Functionary of the association together with the required documents:
Form FC-3 duly filled in triplicate.
Audited statement of accounts of past three years.
Annual Report specifying activities of past three years.
If the association is a registered Trust or Society a certified copy of the registration certificate.
Copy of the Memorandum of Association and/or the Articles of Association as applicable.
List of Main objects and definite programmes for which the contribution is to be accepted / utilised.
Details of names and addresses of the members of the Executive Committee/Governing Council etc. of the Association.
Copy of any prior permission granted to the organization.
Copy of resolution of Governing Body of the organisation, authorizing the registration under FCRA.
Copy of Power of Attorney or the resolution of Governing Body by which the Chief Functionary is authorized to submit FC-3.
List of present members of the Governing Body of the organisation and the office bearers.
Copy of any Journal or other publication of the organization.
If the association is having any parent or sister or subsidiary organisation which is registered under the FCRA then the registration number along with Ministry of Home Affairs file number should be mentioned.
If the association has submitted any application earlier then its reference number should be mentioned.
If the association has received any foreign contribution with or without the prior approval of the Central Government, then the detail should be given.
Details of Bank along through which the foreign contribution shall be received.
A recommendation certificate from any competent authority.
Copy of certificates of exemption or registration issued by the Income Tax Department u/s80G and 12A.
Started by Anonymous User at 2:51 p.m. on 26 Jan. 14
husband was involved in live-in-relationship with a lady who was also married but divorced. out of this live-in-relationship they had kids. wife of adulterous husband presume they are not only in live in relationship but also involved in bigamy. what are the things required to prove the case.
Started by snehamathews at 2:36 p.m. on 26 Jan. 14
Few months ago, my father took my signatures on blank papers. Recently I discovered a paper in which he had typed
" I --------- DAUGHTER OF MR-------- SOLEMNLY AFFIRM THAT I HAVE RECEIVED MY SHARE OF PROPERTY AT THE TIME OF MARRIAGE IN CASH AND GOLD, AND IN SUCH I HAVE NO CLAIM OR OBJECTION OR OPINION TO RAISE AGAINST/ABOUT ,Y FATHER'S MOVABLE OR IMMOVABLE PROPERTY IN FUTURE "
I am 25 yrs old, and am jobless . I AM UN-MARRIED. I have a younger sister, who is also unmarried. We are not married and hence he never gave any property in any form.
I am greatly depressed by this discovery, as I never thought my father would even think like this. somebody please answer my queries.
1)I want to know if he has made a will like above, is it valid?? since none of his children are married and nor do his grand children exist.
2)If he has made the will how can I repel it?? cos am jobless and I dont have money to file a case against him, are there any government lawyers who can take up my case.
3)What I get married and he has really made the will?? how can I say that it was without my knowledge
4) Procedure to repel his claim, and give equal distribution, cos daughters,siblings can claim equal share, can court make him to distribute his property equally? and do sibling get a chance for his property when children exist.
My father has also sold his father's property, long ago and kept the money he got from it with him self. All the property he has is in his name. My mother is also a working women and he has bought everything he has with her money also, cos she had higher salary than him, and from her dowry ( which was more cash, which he used.He deliberately bought less gold for my mother with the dowry amount, and took the cash for him self.. this is 27 years ago).
PS: my father does not know that I had discovered that paper. Deeply afraid to get married, cos what will happen if my husband dies and am still jobless. And I dont know which daughter he was refering to.