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Advocate Jai Bansal

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Practice Areas
Child Custody, Court Marriage, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Labour & Service, Medical Negligence, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Jai Bansal is having an experience in dealing with various cases in the Supreme Court of India including Special Leave Petition (Civil), Transfer petition, Appeal from Custom Excise Appellate Tribunal, Contempt Petition, Special Leave Petition (Criminal) matter in Supreme Court. He has appeared and assisted the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and various High Courts in many important cases of constitutional and public importance. He has an experience in handling arbitration matters and advising clients in contractual disputes and handling cases in Delhi High Court, National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission and various other courts and Tribunal situated in Delhi, etc.

Advocate Jai also has experience in dealing in matters relating to Cooperative Societies Act and drafting of Suits, Appeals, Writ Petitions, Special Leave Petition, Consumer Complaints and other petitions, application etc. He specializes in Matrimonial Matters (Civil and Criminal) and has a good experience in engaging and briefing Senior Advocates. He has filed and argued cases in the Supreme Court, High Court, Consumer Forum, District Court and Debt Recovery Tribunal and so on.

Advocate Jai enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2003. He is a member of the Supreme Court Bar Association and Delhi High Court Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : D/1634/2003
  • Delhi High Court
  • District Court, Dwarka
  • District Court, Faridabad
  • District Court, Gautambuddha Nagar
  • District Court, Ghaziabad
  • District Court, Gurgaon
  • District Court, Karkardooma
  • District Court, Patiala House
  • District Court, Rohini
  • District Court, Saket
  • District Court, Tis Hazari
  • Supreme Court Of India

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Questions Answered by Advocate Jai Bansal

Q: Husband harassing and not giving maintenance

I am hindu my husband ask me for divorce nd not gvining me maintaince i am living with my parents nd my mother in law kept my all jwellry nd money

Advocate Jai Bansal answered
Dear Ma'am,Under the circumstances when your husband is asking for divorce and not giving maintenance and entire jewellery is kept by the in-laws. You may file a dowry harassment criminal case for jewellery and other things. you need to file a maintenance case separately seeking maintenance from the husband. Regards,

Q: Unauthorised possession of my land

We have a land in Delhi in my name. Someone is now challenging the ownership of the said property and is stating that the land was purchased in his name and he is the actual owner of the same. What should we do in this regard? Who can fight our case?

Advocate Jai Bansal answered
Dear Sir, You may file a suit for injunction against the said person, who is trying to claim ownership on your land. Please file suit for permanent injunction along with interim injunction application before the concerned district court. Regards,

Q: Court ordered to pay child maintenance but husband has not paid yet

If ex husband told in front of court to give the mantanence of child but from 1year he is not giving just he given 3000 in 1 month what legal I can do.and he had change his cast to Hindu to Muslim before giving divoce to me.then grandparents property mai koi hug hai kya baby boy ka.if grand parents r not alive plz guide me.

Advocate Jai Bansal answered
Dear Ma'am,Was there any formal order by the court on grant of maintenance or it was just a oral statement by the husband before the court. Or the statement of the husband was recorded by the court for grant of maintenance. Please inform. With regard to the child right in the grand father's property, that is always there.

Q: How to change house number in registry

I purchased a house property 13 years back in the year 2003 with sale deed and in sale deed House number allotted to us was “Khasra No. 300”. But I haven’t used this number anywhere instead I used House number A-45/A everywhere i.e. while taking electricity connection, water connection and other government document and using this number only for last 13 years. Now I want to change my house number in registry A-45/A. Could you please let me know the procedure of getting my sale deed changed to include my new house number.Please note that nobody is using H.No. a-45/A in my area.

Advocate Jai Bansal answered
Dear Sir, You cannot change the sale deed which was executed 13 years before. Now there is no point in changing the number of the house. You may start continuing to use the old kasra number. At the same time get the address changed on the electricity and water connection. Regards,

Q: Can grandmother transfer property without taking NOC from her children

I have a querry about the property of my inlaws, actually my husband are 4 brothers & 1 sister, they have a shop & house. My father inlaw suddenly dead in some circumstances 15-20 years before, he has not transfer the property to my mother inlaw name. I want to know that is it possible that my mother inlaw transfer the all property on the name of only one grand son without any NOC from other family members . Pls advise me if possible.

Advocate Jai Bansal answered
Dear Ma'am, Its not possible for the grand mother to transfer the property in the name of one grand son without any NOC from the other family members. He has to take the consent of other members who have inherited the rights in the property by virtue of succession. Regards,

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