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MADAN MOHAN
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Chandra Shekhar Srivastava
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Nitin Sharma
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ANURAG GUPTA
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Sushmita Mukherjee
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C S S Katyayan
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Pawan Kumar
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VIKAS KUMAR SINGH
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Jugendra Singh
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i will reply any question regarding cases relating to civil & Criminal in high court
Rishi Kant Rai
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You can certainly ask any legal question
RAMINDER SINGH SAHOTA
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Yes You can , Please? For any further legal assistance, you can have my Phone Number and Office address from this site by simply clicking "TALK TO LAWYER" or calling them. Advise; always take assistance from an experienced and well educated Advocate of the field. You can see my credentials on Path legal site for my appraisal. Click "LIKE" in appreciation of the above answer. visit our website :www.anandbaliandassociates.com With Regards !! Anand Bali, Adv. (B.Com., M.A., LL.B., M.B.A.) Supreme Court Of India, High Court & District Courts of Delhi, UP & UK. For Civil, Criminal, Property, Recovery, Consumer, Service & Family Dispute Matters.
ANAND BALI
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Balvinder Singh Bagga
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If the valuation of your clim is upto 20 lacs then to District consumer Forum of your area, if valuation is more than 20 lacs upto 1 crore then in state consumer disputes redressal commission of your state, if more than 1 crore then before national consumer disputes redressal commission New Delhi
prithvi raj sikka
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Agir Gupta
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Vineeta Bansal
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anoop
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Vineet Malhotra
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Saurabh Kumar Tuteja
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Nitin Shridhar Autkar
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Vivek Malhotra
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Submit in detail
Azizur Rahman Khan
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Sachendra Sharma
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APOORV JOSHI
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vishwanath pratap singh
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Naina walia
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Ranpal Awana
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SIDHARTH SARTHI
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Amit Kumar Bajpai
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Praveen Mittal
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Sharad Raut
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Akshay Sharma
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Arun Rakh
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Ved Prakash Shaw
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Advocate Veeresh
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Sanjay barolia
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Yogini R Gaikwad
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Prashant Kumar
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Ashish
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Adv Jayant Patil
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yes, I will answer your queries, as soon as possible
Alok Kumar Tripathi
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Mushir khan
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Q. Dear Sir, I want to file a consumer complaint. Please assist me in which court I can file the complaint? What is the process to file the complaint.
there is district consumer forum at District Court headed by district Judge, there is not much formality in filing consumer case, one can prepare his petition himself giving all the details of the matter, even no counsel is required by law to appear n your behalf
Chandra Shekhar Srivastava
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District Consumer Forum
AJAL KRISHNA
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Dear firstly you confirm.your address and detail of dispute
Nitin Sharma
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You may file a compliant before District Consumer Forum. Consumer Forum refer a copy of to opposite party to reply in 30dayswhich is time limit, its may be extended not more than 15days.
Rahul Kumar Singh
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distt. consumerforum if amt. involved up 25lac for amount to state consumer forum
r k mishra
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Dear client its depends over your amount of claim upto 20 lakhs it will come under District Consumer Court 20-1crore State Consumer Court and more the crore it will come National Commission.
Anurag Bhatt
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District consumer forum in your district
Nilesh Kumar Saxena
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MUKESH MALL
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You can file consumer complaint before concern district consumer forum with typed format and complete address of opposite party
Vinod Yadav
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give details of your problem for deciding the jurisdiction and area. regards anurag
ANURAG GUPTA
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distt consumer forum
ashwani katyal
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To file a consumer ce you need to approach the consumer court .w. here the office of the opposite party exists
raj kumar
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Consumer Court in your District.
Ravindra Kumar Gaur
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You can file the complaint in the district consumer redressal forum.and the process of filing the case is DD of 100rs.if value of complaint is 1lac to more than 1lac and less than 5 lac DD of 200 rs. Is attached and with affidavit in support of your complaint.
C S S Katyayan
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You can file your complaint in Consumer forum of your district in the form of written complaint along with the receipt of the product and other relevant documents
R P Singh Chandel
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Consumer forum
Pawan Kumar
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Your will have to file complaint before concerned District Consumer Forum of area if your claim is below 20 Lakhs. Otherwise, before State Comission. Preferably, issue legal notice before filing complaint through lawyer
Rupesh Kumar
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first, tell your opponent party name and address, for jurisdiction purpose.
VIKAS KUMAR SINGH
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kindly describe the case then I can help you in this
HARISH KAUSHIK
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According to juridiction of opposite party as well as where the cause of action arose
Amit Madaan
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you can file complaint before the jurisdictional consumer court having jurisdiction pecunary and territorial over your subject matter and where any one of the opposite party resides or have an office over there.
chinmoy patra
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You can file a consumer complaint either at District Forum or at State Forum depending upon the value of subject concerned (above 20 lakhs at State Forum and below that at District Forum)
ANANT SAXENA
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Dear Client, In simple words you can submit your complaint with the Consumer Forum of your Jurisdiction. You also have to pay a court fee on it in the shape of the Postal orders of that value addressed in the name of President ...District Forum. For any further legal assistance, you can have my Phone Number and Office address from this site by simply clicking "TALK TO LAWYER" or calling them. Advise; always take assistance from an experienced and well educated Advocate of the field. You can see my credentials on Path legal site for my appraisal. Click "LIKE" in appreciation of the above answer. visit our website :www.anandbaliandassociates.com With Regards !! Anand Bali, Adv. (B.Com., M.A., LL.B., M.B.A.) Supreme Court Of India, High Court & District Courts of Delhi, UP & UK. For Civil, Criminal, Property, Recovery, Consumer, Service & Family Dispute Matters.
ANAND BALI
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If your case of claim up to 20 Lac, it will be filed in Consumer Forum of your area and from 20 Lac to 1 Crore it will have to be filed in State Commission and above 1 Crore in National Commission. You may discuss your case with me and I will advise the best possible can be done in your favour.
RAMINDER SINGH SAHOTA
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Details are required before the question can be answered it depends both on territorial as well as pecuniary jurisdiction.
Ankur Bansal
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You can file consumer where the office of the respondent ,cause of action etc.. It should be precise and in detail with postal order. You can contact me for further discussions. 8860225869
Vineeta Bansal
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Dear, You need to confirm the address of the opposite party and value of subject matter, according to that we will be able to guide where you need to file complaint. Territorial jurisdiction and Pecuniary jurisdiction will determined according to the address of opposite party and the value of subject will determine whether you would need file complaint in District Consumer Forum, State Consumer Forum or National Consumer Forum. Regards, Abhishek Choudhary
Abhishek Choudhary
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Dear Please tell the amount and the details of case. then only i will be able to tell.
Balvinder Singh Bagga
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What is the case, where do you reside, where is the company office which you have a problem with and what is your exact problem.....all of this will decide where you can file a case and how.
Agir Gupta
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Elaborate on the nature of complaint. Where the incident took place, nature of the incident and the amount of money involved are the deciding factors for deciding jurisdiction. Start at district consumer court
Varun Hooda
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firstly tell the place where you are residing?? Please feel free to get in touch Advocate Priyanka
PRIYANKA MARWAH
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The Consumer complaint is to be filed before the District consumer Forum of the concerned district. Complaint along with the documentary proofs along with the requisite fees to be tendered in triplicate.
MARIMUTHU P
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There is a simple process, first you send a legal notice and after a 15 days , move a application in consumer court with whole document .
markanday singh
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It depends on you pecuniary jurisdiction and place of your residence.If you need further assistance you can contact me on this no.9711155451 (adv. S.S. Pawar)
SAHAB SINGH PAWAR
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Before consumer forum
Vineet Malhotra
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please contact us with details
ABHISHEK BHATNAGAR
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Firstly send a legal notice after that you submit your case into the district consumer court.
Rajneesh Gautam Advocate
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You can file the same before the Consumer Forum of the concerned District.
Vivek Malhotra
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plz let me know where is your residents in india and what is the complaint.... you can call me directly. find me on google search legal services by anil srivastav advocate
Anil Srivastav
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Consumer forum
Nitin Shridhar Autkar
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You file complaint in your district consumer court
Azizur Rahman Khan
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Prepare complaint your self or take help of the Lawyer then file it in your district consumer forum.
Sachendra Sharma
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ajay dwivedi
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the juridiction of the court will get decided according to the value of the product /services for which ur wants to file the case .as well as ffrom where you have buyied the product. Adv Vishwanath Pratap Singh advocate 9990873005
vishwanath pratap singh
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It depends on the jurisdiction,where the cause of action arise that place would be the appropriate jurisdictional District Consumer. 0-20 Lakhs rupees jurisdtional court is district consumer, more than 20-1 cr state commission and more than 1 cr will be lie on National Commission. Sheetal Srivastava (experience 10 years) Advocate 9990453976
Sheetal Srivastava
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There is district wise consumer court.kindly mention your place and state. So that we can assist you properly.
Naina walia
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please file it in the dist consumer forum of your township.
Siddhartha shankar Mishra
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where are you situated? what type of case is it?
Ruby Naz
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U can file that case in your jurisdiction accordindly
Ashwani Kumar Gautam
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jaha per jurisidication hoga. ya jaha per kuch purchase kiya hai. ya jaha per jo apne product purchase kiya us ki company hai
Ranpal Awana
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it depends upon the amount of claim. if your claim is below 20 lakhs you may move to district forum of your area. for more call 9999414760
SIDHARTH SARTHI
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u can file ur complaint in local consumer forum with in 2 year from the date of cause of action.
Harish Chandra Thapliyal
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what is the amount of your claim?
Saurabh Maheshwari
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You have to file consumer complaint before District Consumer dispute redressal forum at where the cause of action arose or as per jurisdiction of your residence adress
Arun Rakh
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file a complaint in district consumer court if matter is not more then 20 lacs. file complaint along with a minimum fee of Rs 100/- matter upto 1 lacs in monetary relief and deficiency in services
Praveen Mittal
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Hello sir , you can file your complaint before consumer court in whose jurisdiction your case will fall and there is a legal procedure and principles regarding filing of a suit, in which drafting is the important part.
Akshay Sharma
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@ consumer court
Nirmal Jain
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what is the value of your consumer case.
sumit kumar
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The district forum nearest to the place from where you made the purchase if the value of the good is less then 20 Lacs. The State forum nearest having jurisdiction to the place from where you made the purchase if the value of the good is between 20 Lacs to 1 crore, and NCDRC, New Delhi if the value of the good is more than 01 crore.
Advocate Veeresh
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Dear Sir, your question is quite abrupt. To answer your query, more details will be needed. Thanks.
MANJUSHA NAYAN BHAGADE
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Please let me know the matter and place of dispute
SANJAY VERMA
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Consumer Court
Sanjay barolia
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You should file your consumer case in your district consumer forum.
RAHUL BAISLA
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please tell brief facts of the case so as to ascertain about the nature of dispute or can contact me directly.
Harshit Gupta
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You need to file the consumer complaint in the territorial jurisdiction where the cause of action has arisen. However it also depends upon your claim amount. You can approach District consumer forum for claims upto 20 lakhs, State Commission upto claims Rs 20 lakhs to 1 crore and above 1 crore you should file petition in National consumer forum. Adv Viraj Patil
VIRAJ PATIL
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dear , you file the case in district consumer forum court whether you live.
awadh bihari pandey
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You may file complaint before district consumers forms there after as per need before state consumers forum and Han jurisdictions lied before National.
Arun Kumar
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aapka jo bhi jurisdiction lagata hoga us court mai aap complaint file kar sakte hai.
Rajeev Kumar
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File complaint at district consumer forum of your district. Complaint has to file in triplekat copies
Adv Jayant Patil
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Kindly provide brief details of issue
Jineshkumar Anil Gandhi
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You can file your complaint in District Consumer Fourm of your jurisdiction by self or through legal consultant there are a prescribed fee depand on your claim.
Neeraj Kumar
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It is better is you acquaint me with the facts of the case first, so I can better guide you.
Abhishek
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Need more information about the facts of the consumer complaint that you want to file.
Himanshu Mahajan
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Jurisdiction of the consumer forum will be the place where the cause of action has arisen and also the place of residence of the complainant.
JAYDEEP MEHTA
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You can file the complaint before the District Forum of competent jurisdiction in whose jurisdiction the seller/service provide is situated or where the services/goods are delivered or promised to be delivered.
Saurabh Kumar Tuteja
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The court where the cause of action (full or in part) and/or where the complainant resides would have the jurisdiction.
Vijay Purohit
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Dear Sir/Mam, You May file your written complaint with the district consumer forum nearby. having jurisdiction to decide your complaint.
Alok Kumar Tripathi
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IN CONSUMER FORUM OF YOUR CONCERN DISTRICT AS PER THE VALUE OF GOODS
Mushir khan
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Consumer Complaint always file in Consumer Forum Court within its own jurisdiction lies. There are 3 courts under Consumer Protection Act:- 1) District Consumer Forum (0-20 Lac) 2) State Commission (20 lac - below 1 crore) 3) National Commission (Above 1 Crore)
Mohit Dhingra
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Q. Dear Sir, Can I occupy the flat and have it registered before the builder/authority gives us the completion certificate?
no certificate is must
r k mishra
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Yes, you can register you agreement in the registrar office and it will be helpful when other party fails to discharge his liability.
Vinod Yadav
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no
ashwani katyal
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Yes,you can occupy the flat through registered saledeed or registered sell agreement before authority.
C S S Katyayan
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No
Pawan Kumar
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yes you can by doing agreement to sell registerd by authority .
HARISH KAUSHIK
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You can not occupy the flat till CC is legally given. You can register the flat even before CC is given. for further assistance, you may meet and discuss with me
RAMINDER SINGH SAHOTA
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No. Before getting a building completion certificate from the appropriate authority no Apartment Developer or promoter whatever he or she is, is authorized to transfer possession to the buyer.
ANANT SAXENA
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No Before completion Certificate you can not get registered your flat in your name. Try to get the Completion Certificate and physical possession and then get the Flat registered in your name which will help you if fallowed. For any further legal assistance, you can have my Phone Number and Office address from this site by simply clicking "TALK TO LAWYER" or calling them on phone. Advise; always take assistance from an experienced and well educated Advocate of the field. You can see my credentials on Path legal site for my appraisal. Click "LIKE" in appreciation of the above answer. visit our website :www.anandbaliandassociates.com With Regards !! Anand Bali, Adv. (B.Com., M.A., LL.B., M.B.A.) Supreme Court Of India, High Court & District Courts of Delhi, UP & UK. For Civil, Criminal, Property, Recovery, Consumer, Service & Family Dispute Matters.
ANAND BALI
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No legally it is not possible. Without a completion certificate the building is legally unauthorized and no registration can also take place.
Ankur Bansal
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Sir, your question is not specific.. Completion certificate is mandatory for builders but you can take possession under protest even it violates the agreement .. What exactly your query is ? You can contact me for further discussions. 8860225869
Vineeta Bansal
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Dear First tell the area where you want to occupy the flat.
Balvinder Singh Bagga
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No, a completion certificate must be obtained before moving in, followed by a possession certificate.
Varun Hooda
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There is no issue in occupying the flat but it is better to get it registered after getting the completion certificate from the builder.
MARIMUTHU P
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Occupation certificate is required from the concerned authority then you can occupy the flat.
Manoj Shishodia
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Yes come my office 1with whole document .
markanday singh
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please contact us with details.
ABHISHEK BHATNAGAR
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Not recommended
Nitin Shridhar Autkar
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You must obtain possession certificate or permission letter from the builder before occupied the flat
Azizur Rahman Khan
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follow the terms of occupation certificate.
Sachendra Sharma
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ji nahi
ajay dwivedi
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Yes, you can. If all formalities are complete and completion certificate in your name Sheetal Srivastava (experience 10 years) Advocate 9990453976
Sheetal Srivastava
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no you cannot register it before you get all the documents from the builder.
Ruby Naz
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NO
Praveen Mittal
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it is not possible to get it registered before the society is getting complition certificate from the concern authority.
vishwanath pratap singh
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yes, you can.
MANJUSHA NAYAN BHAGADE
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Yes you can
SANJAY VERMA
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No you cannot legally occupy the flat before the Competent authority issues the Completion Certificate and Occupation Certificate. Adv Viraj Patil
VIRAJ PATIL
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After N.O.C from builder it may register from registry Office of concern registrar and / or as per law amendments by state act.
Arun Kumar
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You can but it is advised not to do this as a homebuyer you may need an OC certificate to apply for a home loan for a resale property, to re-sell your flat and to take utility connections. To ensure that you don’t face any problems, it is imperative to ask for occupancy certificate. Even if the building already has all the connections, you must obtain the certificate, as the municipal authority can disconnect it anytime, if it sees any discrepancies in the construction process.
Abhishek
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It is not possible and advisable to register any property that has not been given a completion certificate by the appropriate statutory authority.
Himanshu Mahajan
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NO. It is not advisable.
JAYDEEP MEHTA
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No.
Saurabh Kumar Tuteja
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Until the completion certificate is obtained neither the possession of the flat can be taken/ handed over by the builder nor registry can be done. If anyone promises so, its unlawful.
Syndicate Legal Advisory
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Q. What is the procedure to change the use of residential place into commercial use ?
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ABHISHEK BHATNAGAR
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apply to the allotted authority for the same.
Sachendra Sharma
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nagar nigam athwa nager palika m application deker
ajay dwivedi
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file land use application before concerning authority. after considering the facts & purpose of land use change if collector/authority of department satisfied it will ordered you to deposit the amount. Thereafter you can change the use
Praveen Mittal
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Hello sir, you should apply with appropriate form of application before the development authority of your city.
Akshay Sharma
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Pay the fees for land title convert only
SANJAY VERMA
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You may move the application before local body(municipal corporation) regarding your promises use for commercial purposes all hen again you have move an application before electricity department for your consumption Meyer chenge from residential to commercial purposes After moving of your application officer may told you to apply shop licence for that place
Sunil N Wadhwa
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Legally commercial occupation is not allowed in residential societies. Though you can request by making an application.For change of user you need to make an application in the name of Secretary of the Cooperative Housing Society/Association of Persons requesting permission to carry out commercial activity. You also need to make an affidavit stating that you will use the premise for the purpose for which it is alloted. After scrutinising your documents the Society may give the permission depending upon their policy and decision of the managing committee.
VIRAJ PATIL
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To get converted the Residential use of plot to Commercial use You have to apply to the Tehsildar of the area along with a stipulated conversion charge in case the area is small and if the area is a bigger one the power to get it converted goes to SDM and then District Magistrate and in some cases where the size of the area is very big with the spacial power of the state government with its cabinet clearance through the DM of the Area.
ANAND BALI
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Need more information to advise further.
Himanshu Mahajan
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Visit concerned Municipal Corporation and pay the conversation charges.
Saurabh Kumar Tuteja
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Q. Who pays additional taxes like VAT security, labour cess, and metro Cess - buyer or builder. Please suggest A K Singh Rajnager Extension Ghaziabad
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