One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Navi Mumbai - Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More

Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More

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LawRatoKamothe, Navi Mumbai
LawRato17 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Civil, Court Marriage, Criminal, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Marathi
Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More 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 Pravinkumar provides services in various fields of Criminal Matters, Civil Matters, Property Matters, Family Matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Pravinkumar enrolled with the Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa in 2006.

Enrollment Number : MAH/5143/2006

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Questions Answered by Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More

Q: Legal opinion in matter related to Land ownership

Legal opinion in the matter of Land ownership. Dear sir, A piece of land is originally in the name of Late Mr. Bapuji Khule. He Expired in 1966. Mr. Bhagwant Bapuji Khule & Daughter namely Mrs. Namubai & Mrs. Shewantabai were Legal heir of Bapuji Khule. After death of Bapuji Khule in Revenue Land record in Mr.Bhagwant Bapuji Khule and Daughters name in pherphar . Mr. Bhagwant Khule is family Manager (i.e. Ekatraya Kutumb Manager ) has written in pherphar. Mr.Bhagwant Bapuji Khule is the only name on 7/12 and names of daughters do not appear on 7/12. Mr. Bhagwant Khule Expired in 27.11.1998, Mrs. Namobai dhokale expired in 02.03.2007 Mrs. Shewantabai Hargude expired in 03.09.2009 The Legal heir of Late Mrs.Namobai & Shewantabai had not made any claim during their survival. However the legal heir of both the daughters namely Namobai & Shewantabai ( in all 11 heirs ) have now claimed after 52 years ( Year 2017 -1966 ) heirship in the land. originally owned is Mr Ba

Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More answered
Both legal heirs of the Namobai and Shewantabai has a legal right of the property. if they have challenged the the mutation entry done by the Bhagwant B . khule , then they were succeed in the to add the name in the property.

Q: Appeal in high court in Domestic Violence matters

what is the time limit to file an appeal in high court against order passed by district court of domestic violence act?

Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More answered
There is no procedure to file Appeal against the order of District court.But you have to challenge the District court order before the Hobble High court in Criminal Writ Petition and there is no limitation.

Q: Procedure to prepare the will to transfer property to grandchildren

I have 2 childrens boy n girl. Recently I lost my son who was married n has a 7 yr boy. I own the property which we have. My daughter in law is harrising me every day. I m 65+ n have many medical issues. I want to secure my grand sons future but I don't want anything to go right now to him as he is a minor. I don't want any involvement of my daughter in law or her parents. Pls guide..

Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More answered
If you have your property is in your you have made a registered will and in the said registered will you mentioned your grand son is the only executor of the will after your death and in the said will you mentioned the detail about your property and bank account etc.

Q: Lower court ordered to vacate matrimonial home, can she appeal in HC

jmfc intrem order passed fevor in applicant then respondend appeal in d & s court order is set aside. n vacat matrimonail home. now what applicant widow hindu women do in high court.pls guide.Thank you

Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More answered
The said order challenge before the Hobble High court and there will be requirement of Lower and appellate court proceeding to file writ petition.The order challenging before the high court will get benefit to you.

Q: Buying a resale prop in Navi Mumbai with CIDCO Transfer pending

Hi, I am planning to buy a resale 2BHK flat in Navi Mumbai area. I see two problems with the property for which I sought your opiinion: 1) As per the owner, the society was formed around 2 years back (the building is 7 years old) but the society is still to issue Share Certificate to members. Could you please tell me what can be the reasons for not issuing share certificates and whether I can get a home loan without share certificate. The broker says that the society will issue a letter on its letterhead stating that the society is still to issue share certificate to its members and this will be accepted by the bank. 2) The CIDCO transfer of all the flats is also pending. Would I face issues in getting home loan because as per my knowledge the bank asks for CIDCO NOC and CIDCO transfer related documents. Also if I buy the flat and in future whenever the CIDCO transfer happens, do I have to pay double transfer charges to CIDCO as the previous owner has not paid for the transfer.

Advocate Pravinkumar Pandurang More answered
you will face the Loan n problem. if society was registered then share certificate will be necessary for Bank Loan. The cidco transfer was compulsory for the Bank Loan. There is a procedure for CIDCO TRANSFER THE form A, B,C,D WILL FILL UP AND the same wiil be notarised and thereafter you will put up in the CIDCO and one think there charges will be transfer charges paid in the cidco and thereafter cidco will iisue transfer order and mortgage NOC FOR BANK LOAN

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