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Advocate Satarupa Aich

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LawRatoTollygunge, Kolkata
LawRato12 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Arbitration, Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Breach of Contract, Corporate, Criminal, High Court, Media and Entertainment, Medical Negligence, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
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Language(s) Spoken: Bengali, English, Hindi
Advocate Satarupa Aich completed her law in the year 2011 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Arbitration, Criminal, Medical Negligence, Property, Corporate and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Satarupa enrolled with the Bar Council of West Bengal in 2011. She is a member of the West Bengal State Bar Council and All India Bar Council.

Enrollment Number : F/1641/2011

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Questions Answered by Advocate Satarupa Aich



Q: how to get the injury certificate by the complainant

As an accused can I get a copy of the injury report / medico legal certificate submitted by the complainant with the copy of chargesheet? How can I get to know whether there is any injury certificate submitted by the complainant?

Advocate Satarupa Aich answered
In any case has been lodged against you , you will get summons and from that summon you will get the case number/suit number and then from the records of taht case you will b able to get the actual knowledge as whether any injury report has been submitted by the complainant against you .



Q: What is the impact of GST over my loan repayment

I have booked an under-construction flat in Kolkata in Aug 2015. Now I am going to do the registration. I have taken home-loan from SBI. I have made all the payments to the developer by May 2017 and now only the 40% of loan awaited from SBI. What is the impact of GST ?

Advocate Satarupa Aich answered
As of July 1st, home loan EMIs availed to construct a house as well as rent and lease (residential complex, industrial, commercial) aspects are going to attract the new goods and service tax. That said, sale of land, houses or buildings won’t have this new indirect tax attached to it. With regard to constructors or builders, the GST tax will save them from the triple tax they are paying now and will reduce the cost of constructions. That said, for home loan borrowers, a fixed GST of 18% is applicable, which is more than the current VAT of 5% for construction materials and the 3.5% service tax



Q: falsely charged by a girl Ipc u/s 498(a), 323, 403, 406,307

I am a Muslim person I have a friend who is Hindu. She used to came with her mother to my home lots of time. She wants to get married to me. She is a divorce got one daughter. When I rejected her marriage proposal she threatened me that she will do bad with me. I got one message from her local police station mentioning case  u/s 498(a), 323,403,406,307 ipc. Dated 23/06/2017. After receiving the message on 14/08/2017 my lawyer searched the concerned court under which the police station came but can not found any such case. In the particular situation what to do next

Advocate Satarupa Aich answered
If any case (complaint case\police case) has actually made against you, an intimation (called Summons) will be served upon you to appear before the Court at a particular date mentioned in the Summon as no person should be condemned unheard. If no such Summon/notice serves upon you and your Advocate does not found in the court concerned any such case brought against you, then be rest assure that no such case has been filed against you, and I will suggest you to file a general diary of that phone number from which that message came to your mobile phone on 23/06/2017, so that in future any such further message comes with a similar threat you will take proper step against that number and if any case actually lodged against you after receiving that message you will treat that text as evidence in trial in the case as your defence




Frequently Asked Questions about Advocate Satarupa Aich



Can Advocate Satarupa Aich represent me in court?

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