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Answered on 13 Oct 2019

You can file a complaint against your neighbour in the nearest police station for damaging your private property.Read More

Posted on 18 Sep 2019 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 07 Aug 2019

Neither he nor his arborist may come onto your property or destroy the tree. If he does so and come onto your property or harm the tree, he could be liable for double or triple the value of the tree! If the tree trunk sits entirely in your neighbour's yard, they're the owner.Read More

Posted on 05 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 05 Feb 2019

Your builder is liable for construction of building with substandard material and you can take a legal action the builder.  The best solution would be to file a consumer complaint against the builder for providing faulty construction services. For this, you can consult a property lawyer in India who can send a legal notice to the builder and file your consumer complaint against the builder. You can also read: How To File A Consumer Complaint Against A BuilderRead More

Posted on 05 Feb 2019 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 14 Jan 2019

A person needs to obtain prior permission from the municipal authority and then inform the local police station for their prior permission before any construction or demolition can take place.  A court generally passes a stay order against any construction or demolition on private property only in the following cases: The work has caused some environmental violation. There is some violation of the local rules and regulations. The land/property on which the construction is carried out is disputed. There is some defect in construction. If you have not done any of these things, you can file an application with the court to vacate the stay order. To vacate the stay order, you need to convince the court that no violations have taken place. This can be done by hiring a good property lawyer in India to represent your matter before the court.Read More

Posted on 14 Jan 2019 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 28 Sep 2018

The answer would depend on which state you belong to and whether any policy has been framed for the same.  For example in Maharashtra there are stringent rules against the same. The policy of the state is clear when it comes to installing mobile towers. The service providers now have to obtain site clearance from the DoT’s Standing Advisory Committee on Frequency Allocation (SACFA) for the point of interference of wireless users, aviation hazards and obstruction to microwave links, the policy states. Available recourse-  TRAI is the authority to be approached for any grievances against illegal towers and other issues. Alternatively it is advisable for a quick remedy to approach the Civil Court in your local jurisdiction for a quick temporary injunction. You can go into a civil suit also to get relief under Municipal laws and guidelines and also on account of laws relating to nuisance and other co relating laws. By nuisance I mean all aspects as regards the emission of radioactive waves etc. which are certainly going to effect the body of persons living in residential areas. One can opt to get relief by moving an application or filing a suit for injunction against the company and the Municipal authorities as Municipal laws do not permit such tower setups in residential areas. There are laws to get the nuisance removed. But this can be better achieved by recourse of civil suit in this regard. Read More

Posted on 06 Feb 2018 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 28 Sep 2018

Yes you can make a representation to the competent authority with documentary evidences supporting your claim for enhanced compensation for acquisition of your land. Please be informed that you make proper representation to the authorities with relevant information and papers so that your claim is not rejected and despite that if the authority is rejected the claim you can approach LA court in your jurisdiction.Read More

Posted on 09 Mar 2016 | 1 Answer

I bought land from a broker. The broker and landowner illegally paved a path in between lands and now, since the path is in middle, there are quarrels for the path. What can we do?Read More

Posted on 28 Aug 2019 | No Answers Yet

Is there a possibility to take mandatory injunction order to avoid neighbour's interference in my boundary wall? If the opposite party knows that I am moving to the court, is there a way he can get some stay order to stop my work permanently without my knowledge?Read More

Posted on 30 Aug 2019 | No Answers Yet

My father has land on which we are making a home and we have the papers of land. One of my uncles' son, due to some other issue of money, has filed a complaint in police and they stopped our work without any reason. Police called us and we have gone there and they told us to stop the work till the inquiry and he told that I will come tomorrow. Now 2 days have been spent and they are not coming. What should I do?Read More

Posted on 03 Aug 2019 | No Answers Yet

I am a senior citizen woman and have been harassed by my annoying neighbours from the next building since we are not allotted with parking space. We live in a flat on 3rd floor. So my building floors have 2 parking space, where I park my car too. My neighbour next door trespassed my parking area and keeps his empty. When I tell them to move they tell me to park at his place. He tells me that there is a rule in India that 3rd floor has no parking, is it true?Read More

Posted on 15 Sep 2019 | No Answers Yet