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I am an Attorney/Advocate/Lawyer running independent practice having extensive practice in Criminal laws,Civil laws,Family laws,Divorce laws, Guardianship of children and minors,Consumer Laws and rights,Contracts and agreements,Property laws in Kerala,Labour laws,Medical negligence,personal laws including Hindu Laws, Tribal laws and rights and Motor Accident Claims for the past 13 years.
Having Independent practice and Senior Partner in Manoj Ambat (Law Firm).Also currently involved in Tribal Rights & Empowerment Movements in the hills of Attapady, Palakkad District, Kerala State giving free legal education and assistance as part of the Akhil Bharathiya Abhibhashaka Parishad legal assistance program along with associates
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BA.L, LL.B, General Course in Intellectual Property Laws ( WIPO, Geneva)
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Law is vast and each day I learn something new and and also get to make a difference in the society contributing in my own small way. Law cannot be mastered completely and each day I learn new things which is a life long process. I realize that Law is an ocean and I am just a child collecting pebble in the vast shore
Strive to achieve perfection and be the best in this field
India in olden times had a robust legal system that penetrated to the grass root level. The village courts would dispense of small matters that could be solved easily thus assuring speedy and quick justice saving the people years of waiting to get justice.The need of the time is to devise such a mechanism so that speedy justice can be provided to the commonest of man.
The pendency of the cases in India amounts to millions of cases. It is high time that necessary steps are taken for the speedy disposal of the cases.
The maxium period for the recovery of a loan legally is within three years from the date the loan becomes due. In your question, you have not stated how much years has passed since the loan has become
Dear Deven 1) Maithri karar in itself is not valid. It is only an evidence that both the parties had been living together. But it does not have any legal sanctity. 2) It is live in relationship
Dear Abhinav All sales of movable goods are governed by the Sale of Goods Act. You can file a case against the seller in the consumer court . But remember that you will need to prove that the damage was
Dear Abhi You have not stated whether the flats in it's entirety has been sold out or the builder retains the ownership of the property while only selling the flats. Having said that, you file a petition
Dear Vipin As your notice period is already over, you need not concern yourself as you are no longer contractually bound from then onwards. The management is at wrong by not replying to your request to