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Advocate Paripoorn Singh

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Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Arbitration, Cheque Bounce, Consumer Court, Criminal, High Court, NCLT, Patent, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate, Trademark & Copyright
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Paripoorn Singh completed his law in the year 2017 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Arbitration, Cheque Bounce, Trademark & Copyright, Criminal, Civil and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Paripoorn enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2017. He is a member of the Delhi High Court Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : D/2903/2017
  • Delhi High Court
  • District Court, Ghaziabad
  • District Court, Patiala House
  • District Court, Saket
  • District Court, Tis Hazari
  • Supreme Court Of India

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Questions Answered by Advocate Paripoorn Singh

Q: What to do my husband is forcing me to sign on sal e agreement of flat

I am living in LIG flat(in my husband's name) with my husband and 2 sons. I am working central government employee but my husband is not having any job for the last 2 years. I have a flat in my name only. My husband made the cash down payments and EMI of the home loan were made from his salary account though I gave all my pay to him from the very first month since my marriage but he intentionally did so. At present there is no outstanding loan on that flat. My husband has property papers of that flat. Now he is asking me to sign the sale agreement papers of that flat so on sale of that flat he can keep all the money. He is telling me that I donot have any right for that flat as on records he made all the payments from his salary account. 1. Do I have any right on that flat. 2. May I sale that flat on my own and purchase the adjoining flat in my name. I am Sikh by birth. My husband is Hindu. We had court marriage in 1996.

Advocate Paripoorn Singh answered
If the Flat in issue herein is registered under your name, that you are the lawful owner of the said flat, however if you do not want to sell the flat than you have all the rights over it and you can choose on your own whether to sell it or not. It is completely in your discretion. No one even your can husband cannot force you to sell it.The another certified copy of flat papers can be obtained from the office of the Sub-Registrar of your area where the flat is located, by applying it for a nominal amount.

Q: Which Police Station can I file a FIR in a case involving Blasphemous

In Which Police Station can I file a FIR in a case involving Blasphemous comment online?

Advocate Paripoorn Singh answered
There are Cyber Laws in place and you need to file this incident in the IT Cyber Cell of Police of your Area. If the Police doesn't act on your complaint you need to contact a lawyer to help you with the same.

Q: What to do my friend got in the quarrel with ola driver now in jail

My friend was drunk last night. He booked a cab. He wanted to pay on Ola application, the taxi driver wanted him to pay directly. The police caught him He is now in jail. I can't talk to him How can I help him ? What is the risk ?

Advocate Paripoorn Singh answered
There is no risk for you in this, however you need to contact a lawyer if a FIR has been registered by the Police regarding the same to get bail for your friend and rest can be checked by the same lawyer under which provisions he has been booked.

Q: What to do someone has registered a company at my home address

Hi, I am from Delhi, someone has registered a company at my home address in 2009. My father is legal owner of my house and i'm staying with my family. Can you please suggest me how can i cancel this registration address ? I'm waiting for your response Thanks

Advocate Paripoorn Singh answered
You can file a complaint with the Registrar of Companies along with a copy of the same complaint to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. They ROC has power the amend, cancel the company's registration if found False.

Q: What to do if company is not responding to my complaints

Iam Telangana state.i had purchase the dona making machine worth rs. 90000/- from the VARDHAMAN TRADING COMPANY, NEW DELHI in Aug 2017. that time the company maneger told me that they were make a contract that they give me row material of dona paper & then i make donas from that paper & the ready donas give to the company. They give me wages for that of rs. 300 per 1000 pieces of donas. They give me 2 paper roles with machine. machine's travelling charges rs. 5000/- rs.3700 for metireal + rs.2000 for training is also i was spend. after that i make donas of the paper & call the company maneger to take the fare material & give me my money. but they dont take the fare material no money give to me. & in these 5 to 6 months they told me that 15 din me apka kam ho jayega ya fir 1 month me ho jayega . like this the company cheated me. So i want justice. I asked him to take back to mechine but they are not taking.they are not lifting my cal.if they lift they saying sir niye.

Advocate Paripoorn Singh answered
Sir, The facts of your complaint are in place here, however it depends upon the nature of the dispute which has arisen between you and the alleged company. Initially it looks like you have entered into an agreement with the company to make donas for the company for which you would have been paid though the company did not fulfill their part of the contract. If What I wrote herein is correct that you shall file a civil case against the company with the help of a lawyer so that the court can bind the company to perform their part of the contract.

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