One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Bangalore / Bengaluru - Advocate Ayantika Mondal

Advocate Ayantika Mondal

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LawRatoGandhinagar, Bangalore / Bengaluru
LawRato15 years Experience
Advocate Ayantika Mondal
Practice Areas
Arbitration, Cheque Bounce, Child Custody, Civil, Consumer Court, Corporate, Criminal, Customs & Central Excise, Divorce, Family, International Law, Labour & Service, NCLT, NRI, Property, Recovery, Wills / Trusts
Language(s) Spoken: Bengali, English, Hindi, Kannada
Advocate Ayantika Mondal has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result oriented approach, both professionally and ethically and has now acquired many years of professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

Advocate Ayantika provides services in various field of civil laws, recovery matters, consumer cases, banking/fiance related matters, cyber crime related matters, civil cases, corporate cases and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Ayantika enrolled with the Bar Council of Karnataka in 2009. She is a member of the Karnataka State Bar Association.

Advocate Ayantika Mondal

File for Divorce
Reply / Send Legal Notice for Divorce
Contest / Appeal in Divorce Case
Dowry Demand / Domestic Violence / Abuse
Alimony / Maintenance Issue
Child Custody Issue
Extramarital Affair / Cheating
Marriage Registration / Court Marriage
Marital Finance / Property Issues
Family / In-law Problems
Property Documentation / Verification
Builder Delay / Fraud
Transfer of Ownership / Name Change
Gifting of Property
Divorce / Matrimonial Issue
Legal Heir Certificate
Family Dispute
Wills / Trusts
Gift of Assets
Adoption / Surrogacy
Loaned Money Recovery
ATM / Credit Card Fraud
Bank issues
Non Payment of Dues
Reply / Send Legal Notice in Financial Case
Salary Delay / Non payment of Salary / Dues
Sexual Harrasment
Lawyer for Summons / Warrants
Wrongful Arrest
Bail / Anticipatory Bail
Physical / Sexual Abuse
FIR Filing / Quashing
Threat / Injury
Financial Fraud
Theft / Robbery
Murder / Attempt to Murder
Narcotics / Drugs
Child Abuse / POCSO
Forgery / Fraud
Refund Related Issue
Recovery of Dues
Breach of Contract
Contract Drafting / Review
Consumer Complaint Case
Sexual Harassment at work
Venture Capital / Funding Related
Business / Trade License
Arbitration & Mediation
Customs and Central Excise
Import / Export issues
Mergers & Acquisitions
Matrimonial / Divorce Related
Power of Attorney
Cheque Bounce
Builder Delay / Fraud
NRI Property Issue
Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT)
Complaint in NCLT / NCLAT
Transfer Petition
Business Compliances
  • City Civil Court, Bangalore
  • Family Court, Bangalore
  • Karnataka State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, Bangalore

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Advocate Ayantika Mondal

Questions Answered by Advocate Ayantika Mondal

Q: Can step-siblings who are not blood-related marry each other? Specifically, can step-siblings marry

As a Christian from Kerala, where my father remarried after my mother's passing, and my stepmother, who had a daughter from her previous marriage, later married my father after her first husband passed away, I'm curious: can I legally marry my step-sister (not blood-related) in India?

Advocate Ayantika Mondal answered
Hi.No you cannot marry your step sister. Even if you are not related in blood ties, however still both of you will come under the relationship of step siblings as a result you and your step sister will come under the purview of prohibited degree of relationship. Thus you cannot marry your step sister.

Q: Bank asking me to sign revival letter for my loan

bank peoples asking me to make sign on revival letter so wt happens if i don't make signature on that, what is revival letter ?

Advocate Ayantika Mondal answered
AS PER THE LIMITATION ACT, 1963, the life/validity of a loan document is three years, after which it will not be enforceable in the Court of Law. That is, the recovery of loan dues through legal course is lost to the bank. So in order to keep the loan documents alive and enable banks to recover the loan dues through the Court of Law, banks do obtain what is called as as “Acknowledgement of Debt” or AOD, from the borrower as well as from the guarantor/s to keep the loan documents alive and enforceable in a Court of Law. A revival letter is taken from the customer or guarantor to the effect that the Demand Promissory note taken by bank at the time of issuing loan shall be continuing security.

Q: probation period resignation rules in india

Hi, In offer letter, Company is not specified noties period in probation(notice period not mentioned . But in termination nd notice period it is written 3 momths. I have resigned the organisation but now company is saying I have to serve 3 months notice period. I need suggestions on that probation period after noties we can leave organization at any point of the time. what is the notice period in probation period in india ?

Advocate Ayantika Mondal answered
As there is no direct laws dealing with probation on a general basis in India, which is, however, a common practice. The Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act, 1946 which is applicable to workmen, provides for probationary period of up to three months. As for the termination and notice period you need to serve the notice as mentioned in the offer letter.

Q: Difference Between BDA and BBMP, Confused Among the BDA, BBMP A & B Khata.

I am thinking of buying a plot to build a house for myself. Everyone says to go for BDA sites to be risk free, but expensive whereas BBMP plots are relatively lesser expensive. Does it really matter? 1. If I buy a BDA site, eventually its going to be handed over to BBMP only, so why is a craze for BDA sites 2. BDA also have A khata and B khata? 3. When BDA hands over to BBMP, will it be A or B khata? 4. Land is A khata, house is B khata? - How is it possible? 5. bda vs bbmp

Advocate Ayantika Mondal answered
The BBMP is a municipal corporation who collects taxes and maintains the layout of building according to plan approved by BDA. BDA is a land developer. They do the zoning, planning & regulation of land. The builder seek to approach them for building and layout plans. With regard to Khata A is an revenue record which was issued by the concerned authority after verifying the plan approved and taxes paid by the owner. The Khata B is issued when a construction or property was not in accordance with plan or without any approval.

Q: Mental Harassment by Wife: Indian Law and Solutions

I have been married for six months, and from the day of our marriage, I have been harassed by my wife with various financial expectations. She demands costly gifts, jewels every month, foreign trips, and financial help for her family. I have been fulfilling these demands to the best of my financial ability. Despite her earning around 50k per month, she refuses to contribute and insists on saving her money for herself. She demands money from me and prohibits me from spending anything on my parents and sister, claiming all my earnings are hers. She threatens to file false complaints and blackmails me along with her family. She restricts me from working, sleeping, or eating properly. Every day, she fights and disrupts my mental peace. If I resist, she threatens to involve my parents in legal trouble. Please advise, thanks.

Advocate Ayantika Mondal answered
As per the facts being harassed by wife or getting blackmailed can be amounted to Mental Torture. Mental Torture is a valid ground for divorce under section 498 IPC. Section 498 of the IPC Act is the governing law for mental torture in India among married couples. The Kerala HC has observed that a women harassing her husband and his family for a substantially long time by filing false complaint itself amount to mental cruelty.

Frequently Asked Questions about Advocate Ayantika Mondal

Can Advocate Ayantika Mondal represent me in court?

Yes, Advocate Ayantika Mondal can represent you in court. The lawyer is trained to present your case in the most effective way possible.

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Advocate Ayantika Mondal