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Advocate Sai Kiran R

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LawRatoHampinagar, Bangalore
LawRato25 years Experience
Practice Areas
Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Breach of Contract, Cheque Bounce, Child Custody, Civil, Corporate, Court Marriage, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Labour & Service, Media and Entertainment, Motor Accident, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Kannada, Telugu
Advocate Sai Kiran R has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result oriented approach, both professionally and ethically and has now acquired 17 years of professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

Advocate Sai provides services in various field of civil laws, divorce related matters, litigation and legal consultancy, recovery, negotiable instruments act and drafting and vetting of various agreements, documents, wills, MoU and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Sai enrolled with the Bar Council of Karnataka in 1998. He is a member of the Bangalore Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : KAR/1364/1998

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Questions Answered by Advocate Sai Kiran R

Q: Builder not provided Occupancy certificate are we liable to pay tax?

Hi, The builder has not provided the Occupancy Certificate(OC) or handed over the documents. The matter is in court. But I would like to know if I am still liable to pay property tax. We are already residing in premises. Thanks & Regards.

Advocate Sai Kiran R answered
Your are liable to pay property tax if the premises has been transferred to you by title deed. Better explain the nature of litigation and the documents you have in respect to the property to have a better response.

Q: uncle bought plot through GPA. Can he now register it in name of son?

sir,My uncle has paid 6lakhs while purchasing plot in 1995. The vendor gave GPA to sell a particular plot. Now he is planning to register that plot. Questions are : 1) Can my uncle go ahead and register this on the name of his son? 2) Do we need sign of the person who gave the GPA to my uncle during registration time ? 3) If my uncle registers on the name of his son, do we need to mention the sale consideration, because since its between father and son, there will not be any cash exchange? 4) Would it be legal sale if no money consideration is mentioned?

Advocate Sai Kiran R answered
You need to bring in actual owner to get registered your sale deed. Alternatively register the Gpa now and then transfer it to his . Either ways you need to pay complete charges. In the first instance you can save registration charge.

Q: Deduction on SMAB Charges without notification. Where can i complaint?

Hi, I'm holding an ICICI Savings A/c Koramagala Branch. ICICI Bank has deducted SMAB charges without notifying the policy changes. I get monthly statements and other promotional emails, but I have never got any information about the policy changes. ICICI bank is strictly not following the guidelines mentioned by RBI. RBI stated that banks will have to notify consumers clearly through SMS, email or letter about the fall in MAB. I have raised a complaint at . So Kindly suggest what action can further be taken against the bank.

Advocate Sai Kiran R answered
Write to your bank about excessive charges if any referring to RBI Rules. Wait for response of your bank and analyze the banks reply. If you are not satisfied with response then approach Consumer forum for seeking compensation from your bank and to restrain from making such errors in future.

Q: Does property made by father be asked for partition along ancestral?

hello father has purchased a land in 1977 when he was 24yrs by his own he was working as a kooli in a factory.... my grandfather's property has been changed khata to my father's name...and that was signed by all there brothers to make khata in my father name...but they have not made any partition till father, after marrigae he has settled in Bangalore for more than 30yrs my father's elder brother son has raised an issue to give partition in the land which my father had purchased own ....does this include in ancestor property to make partition.....please reply me

Advocate Sai Kiran R answered
Ancestorial property can be subjected to partition. If there is denial of your share then file suit for partition. Property standing in your father's name can also be called for partition if the source of purchase money was from your grand parents.

Q: defective land conversion order of year 1947.

sir, In a particular Survey No 43 there were two little owners as A and B. Property A owner purchased the property in the 1936. B owner purchased in the year1942 that time there was no division sub numbers. Tittle owner B files application in 1946 before D.C for his extent of land , the D.C orders for conversion of survey mentioning sub division as 1,2, and 3 that covers the entire survey number and he committed error not taking into consideration of Property title owner A. we are not able to claim our rights. can we challenge for quash proceeding now as I came to know after getting RTI?

Advocate Sai Kiran R answered
Presuming that you are interested in title A ownership- you can rely on deed & apply for surveyor's report to identify your property. There after file application before Revenue Authority for correction.

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