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Rushabh Kothari

Location Pune

Area of Expertise Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Experience of Practice 2 years

Practising at Bombay high court

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    Oct 27 at 11:12 pm

    What is the civil law? It is used for farmer land? Means when we want to break a land in five parts. Can we get it by what law? Under which section will law for land comes. Means to divide tha land in equal or unequal part. To divide the property.

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    Nov 13 at 05:53 pm

    Civil law is the part of a country's set of laws which is concerned with the private affairs of citizens, for example marriage and property ownership, rather than with crime.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Nov 10 at 04:48 pm

    Hello sir Is doing frauds and cheating are comes under the criminal law and if any employement service syndicates cheat any of the jobseekers how can we take the against them.Can you please suggest me sir

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    Nov 13 at 05:48 pm

    Yes it is come under criminal law and if any employment services syndicated wrong allegations then in that case you.can filed an fir against that employment service

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 19 at 10:08 am

    Last day a car hit my uncles bike and then it fled away! We couldnot identify the car as he couldn't note down the no during the accident! It was a black colour car! My uncle was driving on the left side, and the car overtook him from his left side which is the wrong side for overtake! What should we do now?

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    Oct 19 at 05:16 pm

    Go to the nearest police station were the accident occurred inform the police and file an FIR against the driver or owner of the car and also intimate about the accident to insurance company to covered your damage during accident.

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    Rishabh Kumar asked for solution

    Oct 05 at 12:47 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 05 at 12:54 pm

    My attorney cost is vary on the subject matter of case ie how much the paper work is required , so it depends the case . Now the bill is given by cash or cheque.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 02 at 11:16 am

    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 disturbances created by them during the time of examination

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    Oct 02 at 11:20 am

    Under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, the Government of India came up with Noise Pollution (Control and Regulation) Rules in the year 2000 that were amended a few times later. Section 5 of these rules lay down the restrictions on the use of loud speakers, public address systems and sound producing instruments The important among these rules are the following A loud speaker cannot be used without written permission from the authority designated by the government and cannot be used at night time (between 10pm and 6am) The government can permit the use of loud speakers between 10pm and 12am midnight during any religious or festive occasion only for a limited duration of up to 15 days in each calendar year. It also mandates that the state as a whole would be considered as a unit and the respective state government has to specify the 15 days in advance when this exemption would apply. You can file a complaint to police station to the nearest police station

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 01 at 08:09 pm

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

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    Oct 02 at 08:06 am

    Under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, the Government of India came up with Noise Pollution (Control and Regulation) Rules in the year 2000 that were amended a few times later. Section 5 of these rules lay down the restrictions on the use of loud speakers, public address systems and sound producing instruments.

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    Oct 02 at 08:06 am

    The important among these rules are the following A loud speaker cannot be used without written permission from the authority designated by the government and cannot be used at night time (between 10pm and 6am) The government can permit the use of loud speakers between 10pm and 12am midnight during any religious or festive occasion only for a limited duration of up to 15 days in each calendar year. It also mandates that the state as a whole would be considered as a unit and the respective state government has to specify the 15 days in advance when this exemption would apply.

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    Oct 02 at 08:07 am

    You can file a complaint to police station to the nearest police station

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