cases of 498a/406 The sole consideration for the grant of bail in such like matters is to recover dowry articles (Istridhan) and joining of investigation before the Investigating Officer (IO). Once that is done, the grant of anticipatory bail can be availed of by you and the courts will be gracious enough to grant you the bail.
Author: Legal Advice Guru
I am a co-owner in possession to the extent of 3/4th share in a property situated in village in Punjab. My brothers are co-owners to the extent of 1/4th share. Can I seek the grant of injunction from the competent court of law restraining my brothers against alienating the suit property to the extent of more than their share as they are changing the nature of the suit property by raising construction illegally and forcibly.
Insurance claim has been denied to my relative on the ground that Insured did not disclose in the Medical Performa that he was suffering from Type-II /Diabetes Mellitus. Shortly, thereafter within months, the death of the Insured took place and the reason for death was diagnosed as ‘cardiac shock’. Will the legal heirs of deceased will succeed in getting insurance claim
Presently a civil suit is going on in Ropar courts between me as a defendant and another person as a plaintiff. The civil court has allowed the amendment in the civil suit under order 6, rules 17 of the Code of Civil Procedure for amendment of the plaintiff at a time when the case is ripe for final arguments. Can it be done by the civil judge at such a belated stage of the suit ?
I had purchased industrial land on which the some portion of building was also constructed at Himachal Pradesh jointly with a person who is now deceased. The deceased person also set up a private limited company over the property jointly purchased by us. The agreement between myself and the deceased had materialised at Panchkula, Haryana. The deceased person’s parents who are residing at Panchkula have now sold of the entire business along with the land at Himachal Pradesh without paying my money spent on the property for the purchase of land running into lacs of rupees. Where can I now file a suit for recovery of money ?