1: what is legal status of A over the
property, he has to be file for redemption suit against B
Answer: A can file for suit for redemption till the period of
limitation exists. Possession of the property of A is with B. But the ownership
is still with A, if A can make the payments which were due.
Question 2: What is the legal status of B over the property,
B has not filed foreclosure suit till date and transferred the rights pavathi
khatha in his legal heirs and they are sell the property to C.
As per section 69 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 B has
the right to sell the mortgaged property in default of payment of the mortgage-money,
without the intervention of the court if the conditions mentioned in the
provision are fulfilled.
3: What is the legal status over the property of C.?
As per section 69 (3) of the Transfer of Property Act, The title of the
purchaser (C) shall not be impeachable
on the ground that no case had arisen to authorise the sale, or that due notice
was not given, or that the power was otherwise improperly or irregularly
exercised; but any person damnified by an unauthorised or improper or irregular
exercise or the power shall have his remedy in damages against the person
exercising the power.
Thus, the title of C on the property cannot be
questioned if the sale is made as per the conditions mentioned under section 69
of the Act.
Under Section 13 of the Hindu
Marriage Act, 1955 a petition for divorce can be filed by either husband or
wife on the grounds specified under the section. There is no need to have
mutual consent for divorce.
No, the person will not be held guilty of murder. He will be guilty of abetment. He will be charged under section 109, if the offence has been committed and he will be charged under 115 if the offence has not been committed.
Any person who instigates or encourages someone to do an act with is not in accordance of the law, then he will be liable for instigating that person.
For example, a person A instigates another person B, to murder C. B after being encouraged by A, murders D. B will be held liable to be punished for his offence with the punishment for murder and A will be held liable for instigating B, so he will also be punished for murder.
It is not necessary
that the person who is being abetted need to have the same guilty mind or the
knowledge as the person who is abetting him.
A General power of attorney gives broad
authorization to the agent. It covers a wide range of powers and it is not restricted
to any particular work. Whereas, A Special power of attorney narrows what
choices an agent can make. It comes to an end once the task or specific act is
done and it is always work specific. A Person can authorize the attorney to
sell, buy, rent out, open bank accounts, close accounts and file tax returns
etc. under the General Powers. But in Special Power of Attorney, only one act
among the above mentioned acts is to be performed.
As per Section 19 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 you can file the
divorce petition before a civil court of a district-
1. Where the couple seeking divorce last resided together
2. Where the marriage took place
3. Where the wife is residing at present
4. Where the respondent(opposite party) is residing at the time of presentation
of the petition.
Registration Certificate is issued when the marriage is solemnized between two
parties. The Registration is done under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or under the
Special Marriage Act, 1954. In case where both husband and wife are Hindus,
Buddhists, Jains or Sikhs or where they have converted into any of these
religions marriage will be registered under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
either of the husband or wife or both are not Hindus, Buddhists, Jains or Sikhs
the marriage is registered under the Special Marriage Act, 1954.
Power of Attorney is a legal document by which one person gives the right to
perform transactions in matters relating to property, banking, legal and
judicial proceedings, tax payments, etc, to another person due to certain
reasons like being out of country, or getting old, or not able to look after
oneâ€™s duties in those matters etc.
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