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➤➤REAL PROPERTY LIKE SITE, LAND, HOUSE, ESTATES, FALL OFTEN UNDER LITIGATION’S, 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 LITIGATION 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 – Under The Patents Act, 1970, The Patents Rules, 2003,
  • Trade Marks– Under Trade Marks Act,1999, The Trade Marks Rules, 2002,
  • Passing Off Cases,
  • Copyright –  Under The 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 Of Plant 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
  • Damages Or 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 The CPC 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
    • Damages Or 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 property of 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 property of 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

Accident Under 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 ACCIDENT

Accident Under Fatal Accident Act, 1885

  • Taking them further into Courts of Law till Supreme Court

The  Law Provides  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 ACCIDENT-INDUSTRIAL 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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