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Advocate Raghunatha R

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LawRatoGandhinagar, Bangalore
LawRato16 years Experience
Practice Areas
Documentation, High Court, Landlord/Tenant, Motor Accident, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate, Wills / Trusts
Language(s) Spoken: English, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu
Advocate Raghunatha R 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 Raghunatha provides services in various fields of Documentation Matters, Landlord/Tenant Matters, Motor Accident Matters, Property Matters, Wills / Trusts Matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Raghunatha enrolled with the Bar Council of Karnataka in 2008. He is a member of Bangalore Advocates Association.

Enrollment Number : KAR/3548/2008
  • City Civil Court, Bangalore
  • Family Court, Bangalore
  • Karnataka High Court

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Questions Answered by Advocate Raghunatha R

Q: Is Panchayatha parikath valid today

Is Panchayatha parikath valid today, My Grand farther wrote their land ownership to both of their sons equally and not written to their daughter but till today partition of land was not done, Can we have complete rights on property as per Grand Father's panchath parikath and he was passed away on 1999

Advocate Raghunatha R answered
Yes there is a option to get the property whatever leftover by the ancestors in favour of the person who got share in the same and not included yet. The opportunity can be flexible with respect to the same is ..

Q: Should I pay the entire rent if I break a cotenant agreement

I moved into a house in Banglore(India) 2 months back with 2 other girls under a cotenant agreement(3 names mentioned in same agreement) for a period of 11 months after giving 50K(my share) as advance. I had to break the agreement due to an emergency situation. I had not got my share of the advance amount back and the other roommates are asking me to pay rent for the months that are not covered by my advance amount. The rent agreement does not mention the amount paid by each one of us as advance or rent, The exit clause is for vacating the whole house before 11 months, not for individuals.

Advocate Raghunatha R answered
You are absolutely right about the Bangalore situations. When you are a joint tenancy with respect to the schedule premises or scheduled property it is the understanding between the parties residing in.

Q: Share in property for Son and Mother- Christan(Catholic)

We are the catholic family of father, mother, me (alone son).My father is short temper and fighting with us since long years. Due to this we are staying away in rented house. Henceforth its impossible to stay with such person. Sir, Do we have share /claim in his property and Home (ancestral -received from his father) ...?

Advocate Raghunatha R answered
Yes actually the father property whatever leftover or something else must be suitably shared with along with the other family members must be shared among the members of such family. You have absolute share whe.

Q: Tenant not leaving the property agreement has ended what to do now

I'm the landlord of a property and I have a lease contract with the tenant made in 2001. the lease was expired in 2011, however upon request of the tenant we've extended it till 2016. We've already informed the tenant about our plans of renovation from a year but the tenant is providing with reasons and creating delay to our plans. What legal remedy can I get?

Advocate Raghunatha R answered
First you need to send a legal notice terminating the notice even then if the tenant fails to comply with legitimate demand made in the notice you have to file case against the tenant for ejectment in d court of law

Q: I am facing a Property Dispute in Bangalore. Please help me out

Hi, Before my father-in-law passed away he made a will to transfer his property to my wife's name. She is the last daughter. There is a BDA site which was de-allotted and some FDs. With the legal will she was able to get the FDs and rented house advance transferred to her name. BDA site is not yet allotted. In meanwhile her bro. and sis. have sent a notice that property needs to be shared and that will was done by force. Can you suggest what needs to be done. Initially we ignore but we received another notice which we rejected.

Advocate Raghunatha R answered
First we need to know wt they have sent in d notice. They might have filled case against the will. That has to be suitably answered otherwise they have chance to cancel the will in Ur absence. So it's better to answer

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