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Advocate Prateek Goel

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LawRatoRaj Nagar, Ghaziabad
LawRato21 years Experience
Practice Areas
Cheque Bounce, Civil, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Landlord/Tenant, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate, Wills / Trusts
About
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Prateek Goel 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.

He provides services in the various fields of law, that is, Landlord/Tenant, Property, Cheque Bounce, Divorce, Wills/Trusts, Civil and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Prateek enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2003. He is a member of the Ghaziabad Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : D/1349/2003
Courts
  • District Court, Gautam Budh Nagar
  • District Court, Ghaziabad

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Questions Answered by Advocate Prateek Goel



Q: Tenant bought part of the property want to file for partition

If landlord has a commercial property and tenant in it has purchased a portion of it then tenant filed a partition suit. Will he be dispossessed from the part as soon as the partition suit is decided ? Who will disposses him the police or he himself has to leave the place of landlord?

Advocate Prateek Goel answered
According to your query Tenant files the partition suit In that suit the court decide the shares of all the parties who is the co-owner of the property nd prepared he preliminary decree thereafter a final decree is prepared the court o divide the property with meats and bounds Then the proceeding for possession according to he portions alloted to the co-owners of the propertyFor any further query feel free to consult



Q: Hindu Succession Act Amendment

My house belong to my Grandfather. He died in 1987. He had 3 sons and 3 daughters. There was no division of property done by Grandfather. We want to sell the house. Supreme Court amended Hindu succession act of 1956 on Sept. 9 2004, stating that daughters in the family will have no rights on ancestral property if father has died before 2004.We are a Hindu family. I want to know, if my grandfather has not done any division of property during his lifetime, and till date, no division has been done, will this impact rights of daughters ? Will the daughter have rights on property or not ? Also, whether this ruling of supreme court is applicable on Joint Hindu Family/Undivided family or on all ? Please provide me situations where this ruling is not applicable, even when owner died prior to 2004.

Advocate Prateek Goel answered
Man you have not mentioned the full details of your ascendant But your all the six children are the share in the property but the daughter as to file a suit for partition before the sale of property It doesn't matter hat your grand father died before or after 2004



Q: What are my rights in my fathers property after his death

Father expired in year 2000 leaving no will behind. Entire house is in his name. Mother is still alive and wants to transfer entire property to a single beloved son. We are four brothers from HINDU FAMILY, other two brothers have no objection on this issue. Is there any hope that i can claim for my share legally. What are my legal rights. please let me know. Thanks

Advocate Prateek Goel answered
You are the five legal heirs every one has the equal share your mother can't transfer the whole property. you can file a case for partition of the said property.For more details like court in which case can be filed or court fees etc. you have to call



Q: HUF property division and right of a coparcener

in 1993 HUF Property (House) of late grand father (died in 1948) was divided among his four sons A,B,C,D. Elder son A was died in 1978 had four sons,E,F,G,H. In 1993 B,C,D,E filed a civil suit in the court of Civil Judge for division of this house property only and get order passed. No share was given to F,G,H (sons of Late A). There are 6 other coparceners (married sons of B,C,D). No one is mentioned and no consent taken from them. B,C,D,E died now. Q.- Is there any good legal option to get this property division cancelled. ( Property is still in family)

Advocate Prateek Goel answered
Yes,if there is any decree of court which is obtained fraudulently be declared cancelled by filing a suit subjected to be limitation period prescribed for filing the case.In your case there is other information required to reply correctly like who is the party wants the decree to be cancelled complete legal heirs i.e; family tree when case is filed etc.



Q: Withdrawal from the purchase of property due to financial issues

I have purchased a land at loan. Registry is not done yet. The cost of plot is 38 lacs. I have taken a loan of 28 lacs. Paid to builder is 19 lacs ( 15 from bank and 4 from my side.) now I am unable to pay the instalments and continue this. I want to withdraw. Kindly suggest me the ways to end up with this and possible consequences.

Advocate Prateek Goel answered
SirGenerally you can not exit from the contract you are entered in. But if you wants to come out from land purchase contract you can do so but the builder has the right to forfeit the advance money and balance the builder has to pay back to you .For more details, the contract between you and builder, has to be gone through.




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