CIVIL LITIGATIONS

LOWEST TO HIGHEST COURTS / TRIBUNALS / FORUMS / COMMISSIONS
  • REAL PROPERTY LIKE SITE, LAND, HOUSE, ESTATES, FALL OFTEN UNDER LITIGATIONS, DISPUTES OR OTHER LEGAL ISSUES BEFORE EITHER A COURT OF LAW, OR ANY OTHER QUASI JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES, OR TRIBUNALS
    • Building Plan Sanction, Its Violations And Remedies,
    • Site Disputes – A Khata,B Khata,
    • Land Disputes – Mutation OfKhata/ ROR Disputes,
    • Partition Disputes- Joint Family / Ancestral Property Cases , Succession , Inheritance, HUF, Coparcenary Rights
    • Eviction Of Illegal Occupants – Rent Control
    • Transfer Of Property Disputes  – , Sale, Gift, Lease, Mortgage, Licence, Charge,
    • Power OfAttorney Cases- General Power Of Attorney – GPA, Special Power Of Attorney-SPA,
    • Will –  DisputesAround Will Like Forgery Of Will, Undue Influence Or Coercion Of Will, Probating Of Will, Proof Of Will,
    • Land Grant Disputes, SC / ST Land Cases, InamLand Cases
    • Land Acquisition Cases,
    • Benami Transactions Cases, Benami Transfer OfProperty Cases
    • Joint Development Disputes, Flats Disputes ,Apartment Disputes – RERA And Consumer Cases
    • Housing Co-operative Society Cases, Cases of Societies under Societies Registration Act
  • RECOVERY OF MONEY DISPUTES, AS MONEY
    • Finance Agreement Disputes Drt, Nclt, Consumer
    • Exorbitant Interest Charging Disputes – It Is Illegal And Also Offense To Charge ExhorbitantInterest,-The Karnataka Prohibition Of Charging Exorbitant Interest Act 2004. Every State Of India Has Got Such Of The Legislation
    • Chit Funds Case – Chit Funds Act,1982,
    • Promissory Notes Disputes,
    • Black Money Cases-  Black Money And Imposition Of Tax Act, 2015,
    • Money Laundering Cases,-The Prevention Of Money-Laundering Act, 2002
    • Gold Loans Cases-
  • CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES OR LITITATION CLAIMS
    • Claims in Construction Disputes
    • Delay Claims
    • Price Accelaration claims
    • Change of work order claims
    • Extra item, and work order claims
    • Damage Claims
    • Different Site condition claims
    • Loss of Profit claims
    • Dispute Resolution Method
      • Adjudication
      • Arbitration
      • Dispute Review Board
      • Expert determination
      • Litigation
      • Mini-trial
      • Mediation
      • Negotiation
  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DISPUTES
    • Patents – UnderThe Patents Act, 1970, The Patents Rules, 2003,
    • Trade Marks– Under Trade Marks Act,1999, The Trade Marks Rules, 2002,
    • Passing Off Cases,
    • Copyright –  UnderThe Copyright Act, 1957, The Copyright Rules, 1958
    • Designs– Under The Designs Act, 2000 And The Designs Rules, 2001
    • Geographical Indications– Under The Geographical Indications Of Goods (Registration And Protection) Act, 1999 And The Geographical Indications Of Goods (Registration And Protection) Rules, 2002
    • Semiconductors Integrated Circuits Layout– Under The Semiconductors Integrated Circuits Layout-Design Act, 2000 And The Semiconductors Integrated Circuits Layout-Design Rules, 2001
    • Protection OfPlant Varieties And Farmer’s Rights– Under The Protection Of Plant Varieties And Farmers’ Rights Act, 2001 And The Protection Of Plant Varieties And Farmers Rights’ Rules, 2003
    • Biological Diversity– Under The Biological Diversity Act, 2002 And The Biological Diversity Rules, 2004
    • Intellectual Property Rights (Imported Goods)  -Under Intellectual Property Rights (Imported Goods) Rules, 2007
  • REMEDIES AVAILABLE IN ALL THE ABOVE CASES:
    • Injunction: Prohibiting Someone From Doing Some Specified Act Or Commanding Someone To Undo Some Wrong Or Injury In Relation To A Patented Product Or Process. It Can Be By Way Of
      • Temporary/Interlocutory injunctions – orders going to be in force for a specified time or until further orders of the Court.
      • Final/Permanent Injunctions. The temporary injunction when is of permanent orders going to be permanently in force
    • DamagesOr Accounts Of Profits: in relation to patent infringement are sought in a suit by way of compensation which are quantified by the courts, considering even Accounts of profits which are decided by the court as per Sec.108 of Patent Act,1970
    • Appointment Of Local Commissioner By The Court For Custody/ Sealing Of Infringing Material / Accounts
    • Application Under Order 39 Rule 1 & 2 Of TheCPC For Grant Of Temporary / Ad Interim Ex-Parte Injunction
  • DEFAMATION CASES
    • Publication Of Insulting, Derogatory,Nudity And Obscene Writings Or Speeches, Affecting Reputation Of Others  By Way Of Either Libel / Slander In
      • Electronic Media – Messangers, emails, social media like Watsapp,Twitter, telegram, sharechat, facebook, linkedin etc.,
      • Print Media – Pamphlets, newspaper, magazines,
      • Rumours
      • Sculptures
      • Music
      • Filmatography
      • Literature
      • Performances
  • REMEDIES AVAILABLE IN ALL THE ABOVE CASES:
    • Injunction: Prohibiting Someone From Doing Some Specified Act Or Commanding Someone To Undo Some Wrong Or Injury In Relation To A Patented Product Or Process. It Can Be By Way Of
      • Temporary/Interlocutory injunctions – orders going to be in force for a specified time or until further orders of the Court.
      • Final/ Permanent Injunctions – The temporary injunction when is of permanent orders going to be permanently in force
    • DamagesOr Accounts Of Profits: in relation to Liquidated or non-liquidated damages, in a suit by way of compensation which are quantified by the courts, considering various guiding factors.
    • Appointment Of Local Commissioner By The Court For Custody/ Sealing Of Defamatory Material / Accounts
    • Application Under Order 39 Rule 1 & 2 Of The CPC For Grant Of Temporary / Ad Interim Ex-Parte Injunction
  • CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES THE KARNATAKA CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES ACT,1959CASES:-
    • Societies Under The Karnataka Co-Operative Societies Act,1959 Which Is For Karnataka And Many Other Enactments Specific To Each Of The States And Union Territories
      • Cases of Surcharge under Section 69 of The Act, 1959
      • Money Disputes under Section 70 of The Act, 1959
      • Cases of Election to the Society, under Section 72 of The Act, 1959
      • Mis-appropriation of funds and or propertyof the society,
      • Cases of Audit of society etc..before the Registrar of Society and  also,
  • TRUSTS REGISTERED UNDER THE INDIAN TRUST ACT, 1982  CASES :-
    • TrustUnder TheIndian Trust Act 1982, Be It Public Trust Or Private Trust
      • Cases of Management and control of the Trust
      • Actions of mismanagement of Trust Property
      • Cases of Conversion of Society into Trust
  • SOCIETIES REGISTERED UNDER THE SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT, 1960 CASES :-
    • Societies Under The Societies Registration Act, which Is For Karnataka And Many Other Enactments Specific To Each Of The States And Union Territories
      • Money Disputes
      • Cases of Election to the Society
      • Mis-appropriation of funds and or propertyof the society,
      • Cases of Audit of society etc..before the Registrar of Society
  • ACCIDENT CASES INVOLVING ROAD, AIR AND MARINE ACCIDENT CASES, ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT (RTA), CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT, INDUSTRIAL / FACTORY ACCIDENTS CASES
    • AccidentUnder Motor Vehicles Act, 1988
      • Taking them further into Courts of Law till Supreme Court
    • Complaints/ Appeals In  Motor Vehicles Act, 1988
      • Aggrieved by imposition of or passing of any order by the District Consumer Court,  you can appeal to the State Consumer Forum
    • TheLawProvides Four-Level Redressal Mechanism To The Aggrieved  I.E.,
      • District Consumer Forum
      • State Consumer Forum
      • National Consumer Forum
      • High Court
      • Supreme Court
    • Train Accidents &Claim For Compensation
      • Compensation for loss of life or injury to bonafide rail passengers, who become victims of untoward incidents such as terrorist acts, violent attack, robbery, dacoity, rioting, shoot-out or arson by any persons in or on any train carrying passengers, waiting hall, cloak room, reservation or booking office, platform, any place within the precincts of a railway station or the accidental falling of any passenger from a train carrying passengers.
      • Who can claim compensation ?
      • Any “passengers” includes
        1. a railway servant on duty; and
        2. a person who has purchased a valid ticket for traveling, by a train carrying passengers, on any date or a valid platform ticket and becomes a victim of an untoward incident
      • Quantum of compensation
        1. In case of death – Rs.4 lakhs
        2. For injuries, the variable amount from Rs.32,000/- to Rs.4,00,000/- depending on the nature of the injury sustained.
    • Ex-gratia relief  soon after an accident, at the rate of Rs.15,000/- to the next of the kin of the dead, Rs.5,000/- in the case of grievous injury and Rs.500/- in the case of simple injury
  • CONSTRUCTION ACCIDEN
    • Accodent Under Fatal Accident Act, 1885
      • Taking them further into Courts of Law till Supreme Court
    • The  LawProvides  Redressal Mechanism To The Aggrieved  I.E.,
    • High Court
    • Supreme Court
    • When And Who Can File Claim
      • Compensation can be claimed from the person who committed negligence resulting to an injury or death of another person in an accident .
      • An injured person himself or legal heirs of the deceased person in an accident can claim the compensation.
  • INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTINDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS ARE WORK RELATED CAUSES
    • Factors of Industrial Accidents
      • Technical Factors : defective plants, equipments, tools, buildings
      • Work related Factors : Nature of Job, Nature of Machinery and Equipments, Poor physical conditions, Psychological Climates, Work Schedule.
    • Industrial Accident Is AnOccurance In An Industrial Premises Causing Physical Injury To An Employee Which Make Him Unfit To Resume His Duties In The Next 48 Hours
    • PreventiveAnd Safety Measures To Avoid Industrial Accidents In The Factory Premise Has To Be Taken By The Employer.

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