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Advocate Abarajithan R

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Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Banking / Finance, Civil, Criminal, High Court, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Tamil
Advocate Abarajithan R completed his law in the year 2014 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Property, Banking / Finance, Criminal, Civil and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Abarajithan enrolled with the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in 2014. He is a member of the Bar Association of Tamil Nadu.

Enrollment Number : MS/2240/2014
  • City Civil and Sessions Court, Chennai
  • Madras High Court
  • Metropolitan Magistrate Courts, Chennai

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Questions Answered by Advocate Abarajithan R

Q: Can I shift cases /attend cases in my home town

Hi Iam Raj kumar Iam from Shivakasi, Tamilnadu. I have 7 Criminal cases in Anantapur,Andhrapradesh . Iam going t Anantapur Andhrapradesh to attend the court for every hearing. Iam travelling whole month due to 7 cases with different dates. Can I shift my cas to my home town Shivakasi Tamilnadu or can I attend in the court of Shivakasi on behalf of attending in Andhra pradesh. Please help me iam suffering a lot due to travelling and expenses my age is 50.all cases chargesheet has been filed.

Advocate Abarajithan R answered
The transfer of case proceedings and It can be exercised in response to an application filed by any of the involved parties. This means that any party to the case can apply to the Supreme Court for the transfer of a suit or proceeding from one state to another.

Q: Ancestoral property transferred to only one daughter

I'm the youngest daughter & my mother who is the sole owner of ancestral properties of 100 years (after dad's death) transferred everything to my elder sister. My elder sister cheated me & my mother in registration office & she said she is transferring only her share. But she legally transferred entire property without our knowledge, as we were not provided the documents to read properly. Now my mother is paralysed in bed, she is not giving one rupee. Can I claim my share back as she cheated us

Advocate Abarajithan R answered
you can get your share of property which is cheated by your sister by filing a case. and you must get your property details and the family members details. firstly you must police complain by online on your sister

Q: Fake death certificate and land acquisition

We bought a property in 2007. We transferred Patta and constructed compound wall.3 months back a builder produced a death certificate of one of our previous seller and cancelled our documents under section 77a by District registrar.I found that death certificate which he submitted is fake and forged death certificate was created.The builder has cancelled my documents,Patta&got building approval and constructing apartment in my land.How to proceed now- civil or criminal case or land grabbing case

Advocate Abarajithan R answered
you must file a case under land grabbing act to recover your property. and which city you are depend upo? and you must get the all of the proof of documents and other evidences. and complete details of the builders. firstly you must police complaint online.

Q: Divorced lady relationship with married man

If a married man has sex with divorced lady.Can any action be taken against him

Advocate Abarajithan R answered
A married person having sex with any person other than their spouse is committing adultery. In this case the married man is committing adultery, the divorced woman is committing fornication.A Married man having an extra marrital affair or maintaining live in relation with another lady is a moral wrong and not a legal wrong so no legal action against him for that sort of thing.

Q: Mother made will later sell part of the land is it still valid

my mother wrote will on land 3960 square feet in my name in the year of 1998 then in the year 2000 she gave 1521 square feet(empty land in 3960 sqft to my younger sister after that will was not corrected. now is the will valid in my name. Note: at the time of parting land to my sister nowhere will is mentioned my mother died on 2010

Advocate Abarajithan R answered
Is that will ,made by your mother, registered? ????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,?????,,,,,,,,

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