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procedure for changing surname as per indian laws

A:  Dear Rajat Aswathi First of all you have to publish the change of name in the official gazette. After that using the published name and showing the gazette as an evidence, you have to apply to the places where you want to change the name from Singh to Aswathi...

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Notice period and legal obligations in indian law?

A:  It depends up on what is stated in your appointment order. On accepting you have joined the company and your acceptation will bind you. It all a question of the terms and conditions of your employment ... your employment letter ... the contract between you and your employer. If the terms of employment say, you have to, then I guess you have to. In cases where such conditions are too one-sided or unjust, the Courts may not allow the condition. But your case does not sound like one of those where the condition is too harsh. After all, you were aware of the condition when you joined the employment, so you agreed to be bound by it. Sorry, that''s the way it sounds to me....

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Is it possible & correct according 2 Hindu religion & indian law 2 marry... Mothers fathers brothers daughter?

A:  No, you can''t marry your mother, father, brother, or daughter. What a sicko you are! sounds confusing; oh, well by law it is not prohibited at all; but as per medical science it would lead to anomaly in children, which is the biggest threat you have apart from legal issues. You would not be able to conceive a child who is normal. If you want to risk it; it''s your decision. God Bless you. Good-luck. Ur Q not clear. law has nothing 2 do in such matters. Societies in different parts of India have different norms. e.g. generally no one can marry a maternal uncle because he is equal 2 ur father. But there r some societies in India where it is allowed. I think in TN this practice is still prevalent. No not possible and its incorrect also Just...

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Can I ask for ancestral property for my child from my in-laws when my husband is dead. They deny that the chid is their grandson. Can I ask for grandf

A:  This website may help direct you to the answer you need. http://www.dnacenter.com/dna-testing/paternal-lineage.html Did the child's father leave a will stating what was to be willed to your child? If he did, that will help. I would definitely consult an attorney to get the proper advice....

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Rightful Heirs and Property Distribution

A:  Dear Rupinder In your case as the property that your grand father has inherited is blended with the property that he has acquired, it can be considered as a blended property and for all matters it ought to be considered as an ancestral property. Hence your father also derives a right which after his death will pass on to you. I would ask you to send a lawyer notice to your grand father demanding partition. If not you ought to go for partition. I think you have a winning case at hand...

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Inherited property law

A:  Hi Sakshi, Assuming you belong to a Hindu Family and your Grandmother was a Hindu. Section 8 of the Hindu Succession Act deals with the succession of the property of a Hindu dying intestate (i.e. without making any will) As per that section when a hindu female dies her property in the first instance devolves equally upon her surviving children. Therefore, in your case, on the date of the death of your grandmother, all her 5 children became owners of her property in equal shares. 1. Your aunts and uncles are absolute owners of their shares, and can dispose it off in the manner and to whomsoever they like.  Since they are unmarried, after their death, in case they do not execute their will, their shares would devolve entirely upon their brother, i.e. your father. but...

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property right against will

A:  Dear Aditya Yours is a little complicated subject and need through perusing.Dfor convinence, let us break your question into several parts: 1) First your grand father can only write the will as far as his self acquired property is concerned. As far as his ancestral property is concerned, he can only write the will only for his share. The rest it has to go as inheritance. 2) You have not stated the contents of your grand father"s will. Has he left his entire property in the name of your grand mother or only life interest and after her time it ought to go to some specified individual. What ever may be that fact,your aunt cannot write a will until the said properties is in the possession of your grand mother. Until your Dadhiji is alive, she is at liberty to...

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land dispute

A:  Dear Ranjit, Rightly or wrongly your grandfather has executed a registered Will and his assumption is that the property devolves to him and as owner, now he has bequeathed the property to his younger son ignoring the right of his elder son and other family members. According to me only a suit of partition will provide your father the relief and the Will of your grandfather will surface. Your query whether your grandfather has the right to execute and write a Will, in my opinion, your grandfather has executed on advise and if the fact could be established that this property is an ancestral property, the property will be deleted from the Will of your grandfather and the remaining property on proof of the contents of the Will and its...

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Change in Name

A:  Dear NG Yes it is possible as per indian law to have a new name. As you are a major, there is nothing that prevents you from a name of your choice. You will have to follow the procedure laid out for name change as per India law including publication in official gazette. Such publication is final for your change of name....

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Child Abuse, Leave house..

A:  Dear Rushabh It is very unfortunate that your girl friend is subject to such cruelty by her father. But it is illegal to get married at the age of 17. As per indian law, the boy has to complete 21 years of age and the girl 18 years before they can get married. So you will have to wait for another 4 years before you can get married. But there are legal avenues that you can explore to protect your girl friend. The most useful for her will be the Domestic Violence Act. Your girl friend  ought to consult a good criminal lawyer in your locality and file a Petition in the Magistrate Court seeking protection for your girl friend. It ought to be done asap as if you get the order, then your girl friend will be...