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I M Writing Here My Case Related With Land Property ,
My Grandfather Is Having The Agricultural Land Whcih Is Of Their Forefather
And My Grandfather Have 3 Son And 3 Daughters
Wat Recently Is Communicated To My Father Who Eldest Among Them
That The Land Is Already Sold And Pls Accept Or Take Yur Part Of Money
Now My Question Is
1) If Land Is Already Sold, Then Wat I Or My Father Can Do To Save That Land From Being Sold
As It Is Of My Forefather
I Am Not Interested In Selling It
And If Even All Are Agree On This
Then Is There Any Provision That First Buyer Should Always Me Or My Father Before Selling To 3Rd Party?
Or Else Is Ther Any Way To Get Stay On This Dealing
2) If It Is Not Sold Till Date
Then Wat Are The Ways To Avoid To Get Them Sold To 3Rd Party Directly Without My Intimation
Or Else They First Should Ask Me Or My Father For Buying Option.
Your answer will depend greatly on the country in which the land is located, as well as the country, if different, that the legal owner lives in.
While tradition may state that the land should be passed down to the next generation, the law may be quite different.
You may unfortunately, have no legal recourse to the sale, and have only the share of the profits as your result.
You also did not say if you had spoken to the legal owner, and asked if you could buy the land, rather than allowing an outsider to purchase the land. You may find the price paid by the buyer far exceeds any amount you would be able to pay for the land. This happens all the time in the USA where a company or individual will research what price the family could pay, and offers a buying price that is to high for them to match.
Anyone A Lawyer Or Know Legal Advice??
My Sister In Law Had Schizphrenia. She Is Scared That She Wouldnt Get Full Custody If She Were To Divorce Because She Hasnt Been Able To Keep A Stable Job For About 1 Year. He Husband Threatens Her With This Every Time They Fight. I Want Her To Know So If She Does Really Go Threw With This Divorce That She Will Know If She Can Actually Be Able To Keep Her Son. Her Son Is Only 5 Months And The Dad Really Wants Custody.
If he can prove that she has this illness, then the court will find that she is not best for suited parenting and he will get custody of the child, but she should contact a legal council sometimes you can get a free consultation.
18Th Century French Divorce Laws...?
If A French Couple Got Divorced In The Early 18Th Century, Would Their Children Still Be Legitimate? What Would Happen If The Woman Remarried But Then Divorced Again And Remarried Her First Ex-Husband?
Since Catholicism was the major religion in France in the early 1700's, there was, technically, no such thing as divorce; the best a couple could hope for was an annulment, which was based on the premise that there was some impediment at the time the marriage took place and therefore wasn't a real marriage to begin with.
Grounds for annulment included, but were not limited to, impotence on the part of the husband, non-consummation of the marriage, and the old standby, beloved by royalty and nobility since the Middle Ages, consaguinity, which meant that the couple were too closely related by blood for the marriage to be valid. This last option was quite elastic; Eleanor of Aquitaine secured her divorce from Louis VII of France on these grounds, then promptly turned around and married Henry II of England, to whom she was even more closely related by blood.
Annulment dissolved the marriage (or, rather, ended what was considered an invalid marriage and thus no real marriage to start with--yeah, it's complicated, I know), but, unfortunately, it also rendered any children of the said marriage illegitimate. Since the grounds for the annulment claimed, in most cases, too close a blood relationship between husband and wife, they wouldn't be remarrying at all.
Now, under the (much) later Napleonic Code, which was based on Roman rather than Frankish and church law, divorce became much easier. Children of divorced parents weren't tarred with the brush of illegitimacy, and if a couple chose to remarry following an intervening marriage on the part of either party, I don't think anyone particularly cared. It might have been considered bad form socially, but to the best of my knowledge, there were no legal penalties attached to such a thing.
Legal Help! Involving Theft, Help Lawyers Opinion Needed?
Okay First Off Im 16,I Live In Ohio. Do Not Judge Me, I Really Really Need Help
Just Yesterday I Went To Cvs And Stole A Bottle Of Vodka, Then I Went To Giant Eagle And Stole Cough Syrup, Then I Went To Macys And Stole Some Candy. Then My Friend And I Went Into The Mall Bathroom And Ate It And Drank Some Vodka. The Lady From Macys Came In And Told Me That She Saw Us On Camera And Told Us To Come Back To The Back Room So She Can Question Us. So I Did, She Emptied Our Bag And Saw That We Had A Bottle, And That We Were Intoxicated, And That We Had Un Used Cough Syrup. Along With A Few Chocolate Bars. We Only Stole About 10 Dollars Worth Of Things From Macys. And She Gave Me The Civil Demand Notice And Told Us To Pay 200 Dollars.I Didnt Really Think That Was Neccesary Tho. So The Cops Came Took Us To The Station And Verbally Announced That We Were Under Arrest. He Did Not Read Us Our Rights , And Put Me Into A Jail Cell. What I Want To Know Is, Can I Screw Them Over For Not Reading Us Our Rights? And For The Civil Demand, We Didnt Steal Enough To Have To Pay 200 Dollars. Can You Please Help Me? I Need A Lawyers Assistance Please!
you are a damn IDIOT, that is NOT being judgmental that is stating a fact, maybe a bit harsh but a fact none-the-less........
you are a thief, you got caught, the $200.00 is NOTHING compared to what they could have demanded in restitution... now you will pay court cost, a fine, restitution, will be required to do a class, possibly get counseling, and will do community service.... the fine, cost and restitution will be closer to $1000.00 than to the $200.00... how much you stole is irrelevant, if you are caught shoplifting a 5 cent piece of bubblegum they could demand just as much.
then you are going to get hit with court cost, fine, counseling, alcohol training, community service, and inability to get a drivers license until you are 18 due to the underage-drinking charge that is going to be coming along... another $1500.00 to $2000.00....
you are absolutely correct you do need a lawyers assistance. that is going to cost you (or your family) another $1000.00 to $2000.00.....
you have been watching too much TV, the police are NOT required to give you your Miranda Rights in the situation you have described....
you can NOT screw the police over, however you have screwed yourself and your family over, as well as costing them the better part of $5000.00.
Question For A Labor/Employment Lawyer About A Sales Job?
Here'S The Deal:
My Husband Got A Job Last May With An Entertainment Company That Sells Anti-Drunk Driving Shows To High Schools, Etc. He Was Told Commission Was Paid When Shows Were Sold. Well, When He Sold A Show, The Boss Said Commission Was Paid When The Show Got Paid For. When The Show Got Paid For, The Boss Said Commission Was Paid When The Show Actually Played. My Husband Started In May 2008, Was Told To Book His Shows Starting April 2009, And Has Not Been Paid A Single Cent In Commission As Of Yet, Even Though He As Sold Shows.
What This Boss Is Famous For Doing Is Firing People A Week Before Their &Quot;Big Month&Quot; When They Would Actually Start Getting Commission.
My Husband Quit Last Week, And Now Has Received A Promissory Note From His Boss Stating That He Owes The Company $11,000 Because What He Received Weekly Were Not Wages, But A Draw On His Commission. (He Recieved $250 Weekly)
He Worked 50 Hours A Week, Never Recieved Any Benefits Such As Vacation Or Sick Pay.
His Shows Are Still Scheduled To Go On Next Month, But My Question Is: Is Any Of This Legal?
What If The Shows Do Not Play, As They Have A Mysterious Habit Of Doing After People Leave?
My Husband Has About $15,000 In Commission Owed To Him, Will He Have To Pay The $11,000 To His Boss Out Of That, Or Will He Not Be Eligible To Even Receive These Commissions Because He No Longer Works There.
This Guy Is Obviously A Scam, And So Is His Company...But Now That We Have Been Duped- Are We Going To Have To Pay?
regardless of how your husband was paid he must make at least minimum wage and applicable overtime for all hours worked. from what you have stated he does NOT qualify for an exemption based on his position. what you have described does not pass the test to be considered "outside sales".
he needs to contact the states department of labor and file a wage claim. the employer owes him pay regardless of if the shows get canceled or not.
when commissions are paid can not be changed by the employer. if all you state is accurate and truthful your husband will receive back pay. it may not be much more then what he has already received but it will be some and you will not owe anything to this employer. in some states after the wage claim is settled you may still be able to take civil action against this employer. let the state do their part first. good luck.
exempt status for outside sales (which he does NOT meet):
How Bad Is Dwi ? You Need To Have A Lawyer? Please Opinions?
I Met This Nice Guy About 3 Month Ago, He Is Right Now My Boyfriend...But What Do U Think About This? He Told Me That About 4 Years Ago He Got A Dwi For Drive And Drinking, He Said Was Just Once, He Made A Big Mistake, He Went To A Party And The Police Stop Him And He Got Some Beers...But He Said That He Needed A Lawyer And It Is True That For Dwi You Need A Lawyer And Is A Misdeamanor Offense..Because The Other Day He Was Trying To Complete An Application For A Civil Service Test And He Said That One Of Those Questions He Has To Answer Yes...Because Dwi Is Not A Minor Traffic Violation, Is More Than That? Is True? Can Somebody Have The Experience Before With Dwi? Explain To Me Please..Im Not Sure If He Is Hidden Something Or He Is Telling Me The Truth...Is So Bad One Dwi Or Maybe He Got More Than One It Is Why He Need A Lawyer..???
Advice And Opinions Thanks
The first DWI conviction in NY is a misdemeanor (you don't say what state, so I'll use mine for example) ... the 2nd conviction comes in as a felony!
Yes, he should have a lawyer to help him with his case.
Yes, the conviction for DWI would have a negative effect on a civil service application.
Yes, just one DWI can have very big effects on your future!