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Parikshit Ahuja

Location Noida

Area of Expertise Business Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Property Law

Experience of Practice 2 years

Practising at Practicing at supreme court of india, delhi high court, delhi district courts and consumer fora

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    Vaibhav Katoch asked for solution

    Oct 05 at 11:46 am

    I just waana about proprty law. If prpoerty own by you is taken by goverment or goverment official how can i make sure that or what step i could take to takle that condition on what rate they can buy it. Is it possible that they even didnt give a single penny .

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    Oct 14 at 03:37 pm

    No it is not possible that they do not pay you anything for the land taken over by them. Any government, before taking over any property issues a notification stating the property and the rate at which it is to be over. In case such a notification has not been issued, you can file a writ petition before the concerned High Court. In case you are not satisfied with the amount/ rate being offered, you can again file a Writ Petition before the concerned High Court.

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    Rishabh Kumar asked for solution

    Oct 05 at 12:48 pm

    What are your attorney fees and costs, and how are they billed? Will a portion or all of my case be handled by paralegals or legal assistants? If you can provide me with this . This coulWhat are your attorney fees and costs, and how are they billed? Will a portion or all of my case be handled by paralegals or legal assistants? If you can provide me with this . d help further.

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    Oct 14 at 03:34 pm

    The fees depends on the case and its complexity. A certain portion, with respect to the research on the matter may be handled by paralegals or legal assistants.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 14 at 01:32 am

    why does this breach of trust a criminal activity in the eyes of the law as the businessman is all about building a relationship with customers and then use that for business. so how can it be a criminal activity. please explain

  • Parikshit Ahuja offered a solution

    Oct 14 at 03:33 pm

    As a businessman, one always aims to build relationships. As a customer, such relationships are valued. However, whenever, either of the parties, attempts to misuse this relationship, to unduly and unfairly enrich itself, this constitutes a criminal activity and hence breach of trust is a criminal offence. This is also because somebody loses his property while somebody wrongfully gains such property.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 14 at 12:10 pm

    i live in a joint family and is about to slip while we are having tough time dealing with my cousins parents as they want everything and wanna give nothing to us. what they did is used my father's fake signature to sign the witness or everyone present at will. what should be our move?

  • Parikshit Ahuja offered a solution

    Oct 14 at 01:30 pm

    You can file a suit for partition and show that the will was not signed by your father but was faked.

  • Parikshit Ahuja offered a solution

    Oct 14 at 01:30 pm

    You can file a suit for partition and show that the will was not signed by your father but was faked.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 04 at 06:26 pm

    I just waana about proprty law. If prpoerty own by you is taken by goverment or goverment official how can i make sure that or what step i could take to takle that condition on what rate they can buy it. Is it possible that they even didnt give a single penny .

  • Parikshit Ahuja offered a solution

    Oct 04 at 06:33 pm

    Hi! Before the Government takes any property, it issues a notification stating that it will betaking over such property. It will also include the rate at which the property will be taken. Or it may hive details of who is to be contacted for further enquiry. In case you are not satisfied with the rate offered, you can challenge the samw before the revenue officer. Worst case scenario, weit before the high court of the state can be filed

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    Romio Singh asked for solution

    Sep 23 at 08:16 pm

    Is there any law that we can stop the noise pollution created by loud speaker in the locality. I want to know the exact law where i can go to complain the noise and disturbance creed by them duri the time of examination

  • Parikshit Ahuja offered a solution

    Sep 24 at 01:40 pm

    The menace of noise pollution can be addressed by way of recourse under Noise Pollution Act. Further more, a Writ Petition under Article 226 and 227 of the Constitution can also be filed against the local authorities to address the issue.

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