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Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui

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Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Civil, Court Marriage, Criminal, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Medical Negligence, Motor Accident, Muslim Law
About
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Urdu
Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui completed his law in the year 2016 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Family, Criminal, Medical Negligence, Muslim Law, Civil, Motor Accident and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Ali Jibran enrolled with the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh in 2016. He is a member of the Oudh Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : UP/6845/2016
Courts
  • Allahabad High Court
  • Family Court, Lucknow
  • Labour Court, Lucknow
  • Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court
  • State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, UP

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Questions Answered by Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui



Q: can hindu convert to islam for marriage ? Legal implications of converting the religion

1) A hindu girl wants to marry her Muslim Boyfriend. She can convert to Islam for marrying her boyfriend. Is it legal if she converts to Islam and then marry her Muslim boyfriend? 2) how to convert hindu to muslim ? How long does it take to convert to Islam from Hinduism for her? Is her parents permission required for conversion to Islam even if she is an adult?

Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui answered
Answer to query 1 - Yes, it is legal to marry an adult professing different faith in India, provided that at the time of such marriage the male is twenty-one years and the female should be eighteen years, should not be within degrees of prohibited relationships and should be mentally sound.It is her Fundamental Right to choose any religion and change the same at her will. She can convert and revert at any time at her own will.Answer to query 2 - Religion - Islam(meaning; Peace) its followers are known as 'Muslims". To covert to Islam a person has to strongly believe and say (in Arabic or any language) that "There's is only one God i.e. Allah and that Prophet Mohammad is the Messenger of God" and one is immediately accepted as a Muslim professing Islam.Answer to query 3 - No permission from legal or lawful guardian is required in case of conversion from one religion to another.



Q: Want to file a case against an advocate filing false case

Hamara cace ek advocate k against chal raha hai jo humlogo par farji loot paat ka cace kar ke paisa mang raha tha us k against humlogo ne cross cace Kiya hai.ab woh bar council k members se dhamki dilwa raha hai cace wapas lene ko aise me kya karna chahiye

Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui answered
aap ka case jo bhi wakeel sahab dekh rahe hain wo zyada ache se samjh rahe hongay k kya kerna chahiye. wo aap ko jaisa batai waisa keriye. Bar council ka koi bhi member aysa kam nahi kere ga aap ko dhamki koi or he raha hoga ye bhi ho saqta hai. apne wakeel se baat kere or ghabrai nahi.dhaynewaad



Q: Previous criminal record for gambling affect job in private company

Does chriminal record as like gambling act affect the private job in any company

Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui answered
Yes a criminal record is a ground of disqualification and will hinder the eligibility criteria. But it may be considered by Public and Private sectors as per their terms and policies. However, appointment cannot be claimed as a Right.



Q: Pregnant women asked to leave company citing redundancy of profile

Hi My sister-in law joined an company in aug 2017. She was hired to work for a client of the company at the clients location. 5 Months in the job she verbally informed her manager abt her pregnancy and in Jan 2018 , the client and her own company chucked her out of the job stating that her job profile has become redundant. The company had hired 3 more people for the same role who joined prior to my sister-in-law. But, they have not been asked to leave the company. According to her offer letter the company should give 2 months notice period before firing an employee. But the company gave her just 15 days. At the time of joining she was told that she is covered under the medical insurance worth 100000inr. She was not given a medical card during her tenure. Can my sister-in law file a case in the labour court? She had given verbal communication abt pregnancy.

Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui answered
Generally the terms of termination in contracts do mention that the Company can terminate an employee on the basis of any misconduct or unauthorized absent and any other terms/policies decided by them which also includes that if the employer will be terminating any employee a one/two months prior notice would be served or would take effect immediately. These policies are solely decided by the company itself.If your contract mentions termination has to be done by providing a two months prior notice before terminating the employee then you are at will to file a case against the company.



Q: Convicted for Jua Act previously now want to apply for Govt. job

Jua act me court se convict kiya gya hu jisme 100 or 200 fine lga hai .mere charcter pr kya effect hoga .kya main govt job k liye apply kar skta hu

Advocate Ali Jibran Siddiqui answered
Since you have been convicted under the Public Gambling Act with fine it is already deemed to be disqualification for 'employment' as offences for breach of laws like prohibition, gambling, etc., are considered as punishable under Article 311 of the Constitution. It has been decided in many cases that a candidate with a known record of conviction need not be appointed. He may however be considered but one cannot claim appointment as a Right.




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