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dthbadvocates

Dthbadvocates is a law firm engaged in providing comprehensive legal solutions to its clients across the world with an objective to provide quality and efficient services to its clients.

The Firm has formed its foundation upon a Law Office being established in early 1980’s with an objective of providing superior legal service and advice to the people and society in various legal fields. The firm is fully engaged in active litigation and providing comprehensive legal solutions to its clients with an objective to provide quality and efficient services to its clients.

The Firm’s clientele consists of individual clientage and various firms and companies. Besides experience being the backbone, the firm possesses market demonstrable resources and expertise in various areas of practice.

At Gupta & Associates client satisfaction is the prime objective by delivering the result to the client. Having the experience since early 1980’s in the field of civil, criminal and matrimonial the firm has primarily worked into private litigation and now with the introduction of Corporate Law the same experience is being used to excel in the corporate field as well.

The hallmarks of advice are commercial experience, efficiency, flexibility, integrity and good judgment in finding legal and commercial solutions that work for the clients. The Firm believes in helping to identify business opportunities as well as advising on how to avoid the pitfalls.

PRACTICE AREA

The Firm is functioning primarily in Delhi at all the Levels in Court Hierarchy. Besides Trials, Appeals, Revisions, Writs, etc the firm also practices in various Tribunals and Forums.

COMPLETE ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS AND APPEALS

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CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL LAWS

  • Contractual Matters
  • Matters relating to Govt. Policies, rules and orders
  • Drafting of Contracts, Agreements, MOU, etc
  • Labor Laws

CRIMINAL LITIGATION

  • Cheque Bouncing Matters
  • Criminal Complaints
  • Police Complaints and FIR’s

CIVIL LITIGATION

  • Money Recovery
  • Property & Real Estate Matters
  • Probate, Succession & Letter of Administration
  • Partition

FAMILY MATTERS

  • Divorce
  • Adoption
  • Guardianship
  • Marriage

DOCUMENTATION & REGISTRATION

  • Property Sale & Purchase
  • Will
  • Attorney
  • Deeds

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Here is the answer’s , what people frequently ask us

The estranged spouses can mutually agree to a settlement and file for mutual divorce under Section 13B of the Hindu Marriage Act 1955. All marriages which have been solemnized before or after the Marriage Laws (Amendment) Act 1976, are entitled to make use of the provision of divorce by mutual consent. However, for filing for a divorce on this ground, it is necessary for the husband and wife to have lived separately for at least a year. The time taken for grant of mutual divorce is atleast 06 months, however, the same can be waived by the Court.

Where the Judgment Debtor (against whom decree is passed) is not residing within the local limits of the court which issued the decree, then the Decree Holder may apply for transfer of the execution to the court which had issued the decree and thereafter file the execution to the court in whose local limit the Judgment Debtor is residing.

The payee/holder of the cheque has to serve a notice by Registered post/Speed Post to the drawer/defaulter within 30 days from the date of receiving the “Cheque return Memo” from the Bank. A statutory period of 15 days from the date of receiving the said notice has to been given to the drawer/defaulter to repay the cheque amount. If the drawer/defaulter does not repay the amount, a complaint under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881 should be filed within 30 days from the date on which the statutory period of 15 days to repay expires.

Although, the precautions may differ upon the nature of property (eg. Land/flat/builder flat/agricultural land etc) and the state where the same is located. However, some of the basic precautions are as under:

  • Verify the entire title chain of documents along with originals.
  • Verify the possession of the seller upon the property.
  • Verify that there is no bar on the sale / transfer of the property.
  • Verify there is no court case on the property.
  • Verify that the property stands in the name of seller in the Govt. Records.
  • Incase, of constructed property, the same is as per sanctioned plan.
  • No arrears, dues, municipal taxes are due to be paid upon the property.
  • There is no charge upon the property.

Often, people in India are afraid to lease/rent out the property apprehending that the tenant may not vacate the property. In such case, the landlord, shall get the rent agreement registered after paying requisite stamp-duty. Also, it shall be verified that the conditions of the rent agreement does not gives any protection in law to the tenant from being evicted as the local state laws often grants certain protections to a particular class of tenants.

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