One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Delhi - Advocate Rajesh Rai

Advocate Rajesh Rai

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LawRatoSector-19, Dwarka, Delhi
LawRato23 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Arbitration, Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Breach of Contract, Consumer Court, Corporate, Criminal, Customs & Central Excise, Cyber Crime, Divorce, Domestic Violence, High Court, Media and Entertainment, NCLT, Property, Recovery, RERA, Succession Certificate, Supreme Court, Wills / Trusts
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
A law graduate from the University of Delhi, Advocate Rajesh is an experienced litigation lawyer practicing in the Supreme Court and other higher courts of India. A deft interpreter of law, with various landmark judgements to his credit, he carries a formidable reputation amongst colleagues and peers in the Supreme Court and High Court bar associations.

An expert at Arbitration with an experience of 21 years in which he has adjudicated more than 5000 cases.

He started his career at the prestigious ‘Ahamdi & Co’ where he had the privilege of briefing various senior lawyers Mr. Soli Sorabji, Mr. Mukul Rohtagi, Mr. Raju Ramachandran,Mr. Altaf Ahmed,Mr. P. Chidambram amongst others.

He is the founder and managing partner of RR Legal Partners, a specialised law firm with a pan India presence comprising of expert team of litigation lawyers, Senior advocates, and a professional advisory panel that represent and help companies and individuals to defend their interests in the domain of Corporate Law,Civil Law, Economic Offences, Criminal Law, Consumer laws, Family Law & Matrimonial related matters, Real Estate and Property matters.

Advocate Rajesh enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2000. He is a member of the Supreme Court Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : D/920/2000

  • Delhi High Court,
  • District Court, Dwarka,
  • District Court, Patiala House,
  • District Court, Rohini,
  • District Court, Saket,
  • District Court, Tis Hazari,
  • National Commission (NCDRC),
  • Punjab and Haryana High Court,
  • State Commission Delhi,
  • Supreme Court Of India,
  • Uttarakhand High Court

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He was asking for consultation charges. I thought first consultation is free
Over 3 months ago
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The lawyer's understanding of my issue is laudable. The legal advice that I received by Adv.Rajesh Rai helped me to make appropriate decisions. The lawyer guided me to the right path.
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I was offered the right advice which helped me in my legal issue.
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Along with expert advice, the lawyer extended empathy.
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I was well advised by Adv.Rajesh Rai on the rights and wrongs of my case.
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The lawyer aided me in comprehending my legal matter and provided the right guidance on how to continue.
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The lawyer understood and handled my legal situation very well.
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very good lawyer, good legal advice
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Mr Rai, appears to be a very knowledgeable Advocate. His advise tended to be more PRACTICAL rather than carried away by the client's sentiments. Also, he conducts business very professionally. Thank you, Navendu Kumar Singh (9161442965, Lucknow)
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Adv. Rajesh Rai helped me understand my issue completely. I was able to make proper decisions because of the legal advice that was provided by Adv Rajesh Rai. The lawyer guided me in deciding what path would be best for me by putting things in perspective.
Over 3 months ago

Questions Answered by Advocate Rajesh Rai

Q: Does my mother in law has rights to dispose off inherited property

My Mother –in-Law became widow when she was 25 only having 4 daughters. Eldest was not married becoz of physical abnormality. Youngest daughter was divorced after 2 yrs of marriage having one son and since then staying with her mother. I am married to 3rd daughter in Delhi. My mother in law has inherited 12 acres of agricultural property from her in-laws (worth Rs 5 to 6 crores). She has sold 6 acres of land without our consultation. My question is… does she has rights to dispose off inherited property or make will in anybodys name without consulting her daughters??

Advocate Rajesh Rai answered
All the daughters and mother are equal share holder in the property. Though she cannot sell however if any portion is already sold that cannot be cancelled unless you get a decree of patition from the court or enter in family settlement.

Q: Procedure for division of joint property by mutual consent

I want to know the procedure for division of joint property by mutual consent.There are 3 properties of similar value held jointly in the name of 3 brothers and each one wants to take one property.What will be the procedure and ways for division by mutual consent? How can we save stamp duty? What documents will be required so that each brother will be a registered owner of the property that he is taking so that no NOC or any sort of affidavit will be required in future from other joint holders? Thanx in advance..

Advocate Rajesh Rai answered
Pl share the details of the properties viz agricultural or residential or commercial, location etc. Normally you all three can enter a family settlement and therafter the release deed will be executed by the sharers who are releasing the share. However, in this process normal stamp value is to be paid. In partition deed of registered the stamp duty is much lesser.

Q: Received divorce notice from husband what will happen if i refuse it

I'm an nri and my husband is in india we have two year old kid and child is under my sponsorship. He has sent me legal notice for divorce if i don't accept notice or refuse to receive it what will happen.

Advocate Rajesh Rai answered
If u do not recieve and the report of process server is that u ve refused then court will consider as refusal and it will be deemed that summons are served and the court may proceed ex-parte. Which is unnecessary and you may face problem if proceeded ex-parte.

Q: Can I file restitution of conjugal rights if wife is denying to stay

Hello, my wife wants to stay away from me because she wants to lead an independent life. I tried a lot however she is not coming and is threatening that If I use Restitution of Conjugal Rights to bring her back, she will file the case for sexual harassment, unnatural sex & will ask for divorce on these grounds but will never come back. We have a small daughter & I want her to come back . I have been sending whatsapp msgs expressing my love, affection, expressing the need of our daughter but she is saying to file mutual divorce & ready to give child custody to me but I want her to come

Advocate Rajesh Rai answered
Yes you can file restitution of conjugal rights petition in the circumstances.It is however, of not much help as you u do not have any protection by filing the petition even after filing your petition she can file dowry, harrasment case against you.

Q: Whether forceful marriage is void or not?

A boy age 23 years has been married forcefully by relatives and parents by emotionally blackmailing him. His parents threatened him of commiting suicide. So he had to marry. Is it a valid marriage. If not, can he marry a girl in court. If yes what is the process of getting divorce.

Advocate Rajesh Rai answered
Section 5 of the Hindu Marriage Act provides the void marriages and the conditions when these marriages can be declared void by th court. The marriage in your case is voidable if proved by you file an application in family court for declaring your marriage nullity.


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