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Advocate Ipshita Mukherji

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Practice Areas
Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Breach of Contract, Civil, Corporate, Documentation, High Court, International Law, Media and Entertainment, Patent, Trademark & Copyright, Wills / Trusts
About
Language(s) Spoken: Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi
Advocate Ipshita Mukherji completed her law in the year 2016 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, International Law, Wills/Trusts, Civil, Trademark & Copyright, Corporate and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Ipshita enrolled with the Bar Council of Gujarat in 2016. She is a member of the Gujarat Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : G/3576/2016
Courts
  • Family Court, Ahmedabad
  • Gujarat High Court
  • Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) Ahmedabad
  • National Company Law Tribunal, Ahmedabad

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Questions Answered by Advocate Ipshita Mukherji



Q: Legal query regarding religious trust

My grandfather has a religious trust which he had got by his guruji this trust has one temple and many agriculture lands in the village so, he is only custodian does he any right to sell this property some broker says you have to change the motive of trust to sell these lands by giving bribe to charity commissioner is it not illegal does anyone could raise issue in future how any custodian can sell religious trust property . Does charity commissioner got punished for this.

Advocate Ipshita Mukherji answered
Sir, only the trustee has the legal powers to sell the property of the land. The custodian is only the caretaker of the property and has no right to sell the properties of the trust. And even if motive of trust is changed, the custodian is still not authorized to sell the property of the trust.




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