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Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav

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LawRatoKamakshipalya, Bangalore
LawRato28 years Experience
Practice Areas
Civil, Consumer Court, Court Marriage, Cyber Crime, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, NCLT, Property, RERA, Startup, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Kannada
Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result oriented approach both professionally and ethically and has acquired 20 years of professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

Being the founder of the Advocate Jadhav Law Firm, Advocate Jadhav is a lawyer practicing in the areas of Civil and Criminal matters. He has represented in many Government Litigations in Civil Courts at Bangalore and has also represented as a Principal District Government Pleader of Bangalore, Urban and Rural Districts for the year 2008 to 2012.

He specializes in cyber crime matters, consumer protection issues and civil matters including property disputes, family disputes, documentation, among others. Advocate Jadhav is a Panel Advocate in District Legal Services Authority, Bangalore Urban and Rural Districts for the 17 years. He is the Legal Advisor of Sri Arunlakshmi Credit Co-operative Society, Bangalore and for the Special Women Care Unit (Vishesha Mahila Chikithsa Ghataka), Malleshwram, Bangalore.

Advocate Jadhav enrolled with the Bar Council of Karnataka in 1995. He is a member of the Bangalore Advocates Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : KAR/2269/1995

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Questions Answered by Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav

Q: Is it safe to buy apartment build on an inam land

I am planning to buy a flat in a apartment, but when i was checking the document i came to know its Inam Land owner got it from court order in 1961-62. Following are the statement in the court for abolition of Inams - Petitioner is registered as an occupant of the above survey number under section 5 of the Act with premium - Pertitioner has admitted that he was cultivating this extend of the s.No on Vara basis. Inamdar admits it. This survey number is entered in his name as XXX in the Index of the Land register - Hence he is registered as a tenant under section 9A of the Act This apartment have following approvals: - BDA - CC by BDA - A-khata prop - RERA - Major banks like SBI, HDFC etc list this as approved project - Sale deed made to the builders - Endorsement issued by AC stating no case pending on this land. Is it safe to buy it?

Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav answered
Dear Sir, as per your query there is no problem to buy the said property and as per your the property is clear from hurdles and he has got good clear valid right, clear title over the said property. ... by Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav, Advocate & Law Consultant, Bangalore.

Q: How to get misplaced property papers issued again

We have one land, but we lost registered papers. How can we get the same.

Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav answered
Dear Sir, you have to give police complaint and paper ad for misplaced ir lost the documents and same submit before concerned authorities to get duplicate certified copies of property documents, it will treated as originals, if you want more advice in this regard please contact me.. by Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav advocate, Bangalore

Q: Is OC required for projects commencing in 2016

I am planning yo buy a flat 2bhk. The property has no OC, CC or RERA. The builders says that because the construction started on 2016 so, it does not require these documents. Now the project is completed and many flats are already occupied. Could you please clarify if it is ok to purchase this property and what are all the othe necessary documents should i check before purchase?

Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav answered
Dear Sir/Madam, in purchase a property the document verification is very important role to buy the property, property must have title over the property, subsequently approvals and NOCs from concerned authorities is very necessary. If not produces the same by the developer/builder/property owner, that property is not valid in the eye of law and also is not having legally valid marketable title. I am sincere advice you should not buy the said property. All the best.

Q: Procedure to add a third party in the joint property of two owners

Dear sir, Currently the property is registered with joint owners ( two friends ). Building has ground floor and 1 st floor. One friend living in ground floor and second in 1 st floor. Now both friends planning to construct 2nd floor and sell to 3rd party. Now I am looking to buy 2 nd floor of this property. Kindly suggest how to proceed with registration part and legal issues in such cases. Thanks Rajashekar.

Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav answered
Dear Sir/Madam, before going to purchase the said property you have to verify the documents through competent advocate, as per your query, you have purchase the said property after getting the title report from the advocate, with regard to registration part you have to pay specified stamp duty as per registration and stamp duty act. If you want verification of the said property documents, I will do it. All the best.

Q: Builder charging more than agreed upon

Hi, i booked a flat in bangalore, while booking sales guy and his CRM has promised in a mail to give the bonus for future sale. Now the same sales person is saying that was only for the reference and they have delayed it for an year. Im paying rent and EMI which is difficult.they imposed interest for my late payment and they are not paying any penalty for their delay.please advice

Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav answered
Dear Sir/Madam, its all terms and conditions of Sale Agreement/MOU/Assignment Agreement, if you have said clause you have to issue a legal notice to your vendor (builder/developer/landowner) through advocate, if not complied the notice thereafter you have to file petition before consumer forum for compensation. All the best.

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