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One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Hubli - Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal

Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal

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Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Civil, Court Marriage, Criminal, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Motor Accident, NCLT, Property, Recovery, RERA, Succession Certificate
About
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi
Advocate Kushal Bolmal completed his law in the year 2011 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Property, Divorce, Cheque Bounce, Criminal, Consumer Court, Civil, Property, Motor Accidents and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Kushal enrolled with the Bar Council of Karnataka in 2011. He is a member of the Karnataka Bar Association, Dharwad District Bar Association & High Court Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : KAR/1582/2011
Courts
  • Karnataka High Court

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Questions Answered by Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal



Q: Brother's wife claim share in elder brother's self acquired property

My father when he was at 11years came outside from his father and started to stay with his father's younger brother in another town ,and my father has made some agriculture property, all property are purchase by himself,my father is elder son and he has two younger brother and two younger sister, Now one of younger brother's wife has sent us notice that all my father's property is to be considered as ansisters has he is first son and he acts like father to family and mentioned that we all were in joint family (which is false) and to be divided equally

Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal answered
The notice sent should be replied with the help of legal practitioner, as the division of the property pertaining to your father is not a joint family property as it self acquired property not bourne out of the joint family funds. Hence it cannot be considered as joint family property



Q: Relinquishment by a non co own before whether valid as now a owner

My grandfather who was owner of ancestral property when he was alive gets Relinquishment Deed from my father (to my grandfather) which is duly stamped and registered. Since my father was not coowner or owner of the property when my grandfather was alive, Is it a valid document? Now my father's sisters are not willing to give share in this property to my father.

Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal answered
You can by challenging the relinquishment deed, but the limitation for the same is 3 years. If not then you may get the property through inheritance. And its better to seek advice from the local reachable lawyer.



Q: Time limit for registered will

Is there any time limit for the registred property WILL to be made Public? OR Say a Registred WILL made in 1967 is brought in public after 16 years i.e. in 1983.So is the WILL Valid?iI am Digambar JAIN

Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal answered
You don't need to publish a public document. But the will be only have its effect after the death of the person (executed the will), registered will or non registered. A registered will is very much registered before the sub-registrar, it is easily avaliable through a certified copy.



Q: Landlord deducted security and served legal notice to vacate house

Hi, I have rented a house in Bangalore in June and signed an agreement with my owner. During my stay, there were some marital differences between me and my wife and we got into a divorce battle. The neighbors reported hearing loud noises from our house to the owner. The owner subsequently served me a notice to vacate (It is a 11 month agreement, but agreement explicitly mentions that either party can terminate it with a 2 month notice to the other even before the end of the 11 months). I agreed to vacate when the notice was served and requested the owner to deduct all future rent payables from the deposit by phone, verbally. For the month of Nov, Dec and Jan (till end of notice period), rent was supposed to be deducted from the deposit. But, I am facing difficulties getting my wife to vacate in Jan (My wife has NOT signed the agreement). Now, the owner is telling me that he will have to report to his legal to get me vacated and he is stating that the arrangement to deduct rent from

Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal answered
Consent the local advocate for the best of advice as the rent agreement has to be looked into and also the termed have to be studied. The dispute between husband and wife to be looked into and the problems of not vacating the house to be addressed in a notice/legal notice.



Q: How can we solve this family dispute over property?

Hi, We belong to Hindu religion. My issue is, our uncle wants partition of our house which was initially constructed by our grandfather but now taken care by both the families individually. Earlier we have mutually agreed to the partition made orally and we were managing things accordingly. But now he is asking us to redivide the property. In this regard he has also invited our aunt's for taking the dividend on the property. We are 5 sisters out of which 2 sisters are handicapped and we have lost both our parents. Three of us are settled in our life but we are fighting for our 2 handicapped sisters. During these times we have constructed rooms in our part of the property so that we can plan something for our 2 sisters in future, so that they can live their remaining life peacefully. We are fine if the property is divided two parts (between us and uncle). But we will be facing problems if the property will be divided between us, uncle and our aunt's. Please provide suggestion.

Advocate Kushal Vijayakumar Bolmal answered
Submit the same before the court that there was a oral partition much prior to this suit filed and also provided a sketch with respect to the division of the share. By the way of evidence and affidavit you can very well do the needful.




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