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Advocate Krishna Murthy Pasupula

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Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Court Marriage, Criminal, Divorce, Documentation, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate, Wills / Trusts
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Telugu
Advocate Krishna 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 Krishna provides services in various fields of criminal laws, property related matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Krishna enrolled with the Bar Council of Andhra Pradesh in 1999. He is a member of the Hyderabad High Court Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : AP/3354/1999

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Questions Answered by Advocate Krishna Murthy Pasupula

Q: Where to file complaint other then police station

When we cant trust local police house where we can file complaint for criminal case ....? Can we file F I R in any other investigation agency Like C B I / other...? do we have any option to request to court by any section for special investigation other than police ? Becase registering complaint is easy but we can fetch some evidence only by appropriate investigation which can be proved in the court so

Advocate Krishna Murthy Pasupula answered
Sir, In the instant matter , First you should try to file FIR in the police station , if refuses police then file with superintendent of police of the concerned district , accordingly the officers will investigate and file report

Q: Sale deed missing how to sell property

We had a property (two houses), half of which was sold few years back. Now we intend to sell the other half but find original sale deed is missing. What we need to do proceed on sale.

Advocate Krishna Murthy Pasupula answered
Sir,In the instance missing of original sale deed 1. first give an police complaint and lodge the fir 2.After give an paper publication to the public intimating that your sale deed was missing3. produce that paper publication to the police station were your complaint was lodged then the concerened police officer will give an certificate as it is is an non traceable document.4. Finally you apply for certified copies of sale deed at registrar office_______________________________Krishna Murthy Pasupula| Advocate| Hyderabad| WRITE A REVIEW

Q: Relatives fraudulently sold father's land after his death

Dear Sir, I have a property, and after death of my father, my far relatives, took advantage of it, they have sold their property to a village peasant, which actually belongs to them. But the problem is, the seller has shown my land as his property and made him occupied my property. We were in such understanding till then that, the property is left vacant, as no one in our family is doing cultivation, after my father’s death,(we came to city for educational purpose). Later, we wanted to sell the property and came to know the fact that, my far relatives has sold their property and shown my property as that sold property. Now, we have told the buyer, to leave my land and occupy what he actually bought. We have obtained Injection order from court as well, but we don't have enough capability to tackle them, since, i am finding them intimidating and the property is in village (I can’t go every-time to look after that from Hyderabad). Please guide me what do I have to do? Myi

Advocate Krishna Murthy Pasupula answered
sir, in the instance matter, since you were got Injection order from court , accordingly first you send a notice to the buyer and vacate property as per the court order , if required take help from the police. failing which you can file a petition in the court .Krishna Murthy Pasupula| Advocate| Hyderabad| WRITE A REVIEW

Q: Can my daughter ask share in grandfather's property

Dear sir,  i have a prob with my parents as they are supporting in all the way possible to my brother regards his studies, own flat, money and ornaments and every thing where in i have done my 10th class and i am working as a sales person in a normal company and i have a daughter and my brother has son and they didnt give any thing to me and they are giving every thing to my brother. my finicial positioin is very bad situation and i dont know how to ask or how to speak to them to secure my daughter life i request you to kindly give me any idea how to approach them to give me my share which has come from my grandparents and my parents.

Advocate Krishna Murthy Pasupula answered
SirIn the instance matter, yes all the legal heirs' will get equal share in the ancestral property.Hence you request your brother for your share in the property, failing which you can file a partition suit in the civil CourtKrishna Murthy Pasupula advocate Hyderabad

Q: Cancellation of agreement to sale

I made an agreement 2 sell my house. buyer has given some amount as advance but failed to pay the money on d dates mentioned in the v cancelled d agreement.v told him that v will return his advance as soon as v sell our house 2 someone else and he agreed for it.we got another buyer & returned his advance & agreement was he is threatening us (with the xerox copy) that he will put a case on us becuz he got severe loss because of us.He is demanding extra money as he says that d property was sold without him being informed & that v made a deal with both d buyers at same time

Advocate Krishna Murthy Pasupula answered
SirIn this instance issue, you need not pay additional money, the essence of the agreement of sale is to comply the time clause, since he failed to fulfill the condition,agreement stands cancel.Krishna Murthy PasupulaAdvocate

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