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Advocate Shweta Sharma

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LawRatoGreater Kailash Part 1, Delhi
LawRato15 years Experience
Practice Areas
Breach of Contract, Cheque Bounce, Civil, Court Marriage, Divorce, Family, High Court
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Shweta Sharma has been practicing law since 2009 and is a graduate of Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Apart from her B.B.A L.L.B degree, she holds a diploma in Intellectual Property Rights. She initially worked in the legal team of Price water house coopers but switched to active litigation thereafter. She has worked with top litigation firms such a Parekh & Company and TMT Law Practice.

Advocate Shweta appears regularly before the Supreme Court, TDSAT, Delhi High Court, National and District Consumer Forums among others. She is an expert in the field of labour law, service and employment issues, telecommunication law, contractual disputes, consumer protection cases, recovery of funds, women's issues, arbitration disputes, education matters etc. She has exposure in a diverse sphere of research work, documentation and drafting of various petitions. She regularly sends and responds to legal notices for and on behalf of individuals as well as corporates. She also has significant amount of experience in drafting MOU's, Settlement Agreements, Deeds and Contracts. She is now an Advocate-on-Record in the Supreme Court of India and also practices in Employees Provident Fund Appellate Tribunal.

She is enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2009. She is also a member of the Delhi High Court Bar Association and the Telecom Lawyers Association.

Enrollment Number: D/3590/2009
  • Delhi High Court
  • Supreme Court Of India
  • Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal

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Questions Answered by Advocate Shweta Sharma

Q: Ordered 2 Moto G3 online and paid via account transfer now no response

Sir, I was ordered 2 mobiles of Motorola Moto g 3rd gen online on 29/10/2015 through and follow there terms and paid the money in their SBI current account Nagpur branch on 29/10/2015 and send them a transaction receipt to [email protected] for shipping my product as per their terms but there is no reply from there side for shipping my product. I mail them 4-5 times but there is no reply contact them on whatsapp but there whatsapp account is deactivated I contact them on their no.s which shows on there website are going switch off from 29/10/2015. Sir, please help? Remedy

Advocate Shweta Sharma answered
Have you tried getting in touch with the SBI bank officials. You can easily get details of the current account holder, name address Etc. You can also file complaint before the economic offenses wing and the cyber crimes cell.

Q: Should I resign if the boss ask me not to come to the office anymore

I work as an accountant in a private firm. my boss has told me not to join from this month and says to collect the salary and bonus. in this case what should i do? should i resign?

Advocate Shweta Sharma answered
Yes, you can resign but what purpose will it serve? You are in the private sector so the only thing I would recommend is that you leave on good terms because you may require his reference for a new job. Was a formal employment co Tracy executed between you and the firm? What does it say abou notice period etc? It all depends on that.

Q: Amazon promised to give cash back but still not received

I bought an Iphone 5S from amazon. they had given the offer of cash back when i bought it. i was supposed to get the cashback by June. bt till date the amount of Rs.8400 is not been given. what should i do in this case?

Advocate Shweta Sharma answered
File a claims refund on their website. It's called Amazon A to Z claims. They are very responsive on phone as well. I myself have recieved refunds of money as less as 500 rupees. It takes time but it comes. But since in your case it has been so long, you can file a consumer complaint in the district forum. However be prepared to wait for a long time before anything happens as the condition of consumer forums in our country is really bad.

Q: Online shopping at, Demand of unreasonable documents

I placed order to purchase some product from YesStyle.Com. Order no. 8500832 and made Payment through my net banking. The firm informed through email that I shall require sending them a KYC form duly filled along with IDs and one authorization form to receive the articles. It was informed that from 1st Sept 2014 KYC is mandatory and non-supply of documents shall lead to delay in delivery. During the order placement the firm did not disclose any such condition of submitting KYC and authorization letter.The firm has sent it back to Hongkong. What action can i take against them?

Advocate Shweta Sharma answered
Have you written to them about this? Check out this URL taken from their website and report it to them. like a case of spam but I would really have to scrutinise the email to tell you for sure. Write to them on the email provided on their website and confirm whether it is necessary to fill the form etc.

Q: is Notorised Adoption paper Valid?

brother adopted 4 years back and was adopted from Bua.. his biological mother is asking her son back. we had a notorised adoption paper and and do not have an adoption deed. what can we do to keep him with us.

Advocate Shweta Sharma answered
There is very little information given by you to enable me to give you a proper response. However, you should know that having a written document is not the only condition to make an adoption valid. I am assuming you are a Hindu. The Hindu Adoptions and Maintainance Act 1956 lays down the essentials of a valid adoption. Your case has to be analysed in the perspective of this entire piece of legislation, that is the Hindu Adoptions and Maintiance Act. I suggest to purchase a bare act (50 rupees or so) and read it.

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