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Advocate Sudershani Ray

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Advocate Sudershani Ray
Practice Areas
Arbitration, Cheque Bounce, Child Custody, Court Marriage, Criminal, Divorce, Documentation, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Muslim Law, NRI, Property, Recovery
About
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Sudershani has since 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. She has completed her BA.LLB(Hons) from Jamia Millia Islamia and has been practicing and handling cases independently and provides legal consultancy and advisory services.

Advocate Sudershani provides services in various field of civil as well as corporate laws, inter-alia, Suits, Writs, Petitions, Appeals, Revisions, Complaints relating to debt recovery, dishonor of cheques, rent control act, property disputes, matrimonial disputes, consumer complaints, complaints pertaining to Food Adulteration Act and service matter . In addition to this she is skilled in drafting and vetting various kinds of agreement such as Master Service Agreement, Service Agreement, Teaming Agreement, Consortium Agreement, various Tripartite Agreement, RFQs, Letter of Intent, MOU, Agreement with Celebrity, Endorsement Agreement, License Agreement, Sub-Licensing Agreement, Sub-Contracting, Third Party Agreement, Sale Deed, Corporate Lease Agreement, Development Agreement(Real estate), broadcasting agreement.

Advocate Ray enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2008. She is also a member of the Delhi Bar Council.

Enrollment Number : D/1455/08
Advocate Sudershani Ray


Specialization
File for Divorce
Reply / Send Legal Notice for Divorce
Contest / Appeal in Divorce Case
Dowry Demand / Domestic Violence / Abuse
Alimony / Maintenance Issue
Child Custody Issue
Extramarital Affair / Cheating
Muslim Marriage Issues
Marital Finance / Property Issues
Family / In-law Problems
Property Documentation / Verification
Family Property Dispute
Transfer of Ancestral Property
Illegal Possession
Illegal Construction
Gifting of Property
Municipal Corporation Issues
Divorce / Matrimonial Issue
Succession of Property / Assets
Legal Heir Certificate
Property Dispute / Partition
Family Dispute
Gift of Assets
Adoption / Surrogacy
Loaned Money Recovery
Bank issues
Reply / Send Legal Notice in Financial Case
Refund Related Issue
Matrimonial / Divorce Related
Property Issue
Cheque Bounce
Builder Delay / Fraud
Family Dispute
File Mutual Consent Divorce
Muslim Marriage Issues
NRI Property Issue
Transfer Petition
NRI Divorce
Courts
  • Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) Delhi
  • Delhi High Court
  • District Court, Dwarka
  • District Court, Faridabad
  • District Court, Gautambuddha Nagar
  • District Court, Ghaziabad
  • District Court, Gurgaon
  • District Court, Karkardooma
  • District Court, Patiala House
  • District Court, Rohini
  • District Court, Saket
  • District Court, Tis Hazari
  • Supreme Court Of India

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Your tireless efforts put in, in my legal matter are highly appreciable. Your prompt responses and attention has fetched me the expected result. If it hadn't for your analytical skills and knowledge, the matter wouldn't have been settled by now. I am grateful to you for representing me in the lawsuit with utmost care and concern. Thanks for prioritizing me as a client and doing everything in your power to help me.
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Thank you, Drishti and Ms Ray for the support and patience shown in closing the case. We managed to collect the order around 415 pm and it is as per the records submitted. Me and my brother want to offer our sincere efforts put in by your team to bring the case to a logical conclusion.
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Sudershini Madam is one of the Kindest Soul I have met in this Profession, she has Whirlpool of patience and that makes her a Good listener which is very important for a client. Most dependable Lawyer I have ever met, all she needs to know is that you need justice and then there is no looking back. Not only Madam but her whole team is as good n human as she herself is, specially her associate Sambhavi.
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Ms. Sudershani Ray is an experienced Advocate in Family Court matters. Thank you for her professionalism, sympathetic support, knowledge and fantastic support team. Due to this covid pandemic it was difficult to meet her personally but I shared my documents on whatsapp and immediately she replied on that. She handled my case very well. Much appreciated. Good work.
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Questions Answered by Advocate Sudershani Ray



Q: 7 days loan app harassment , The pressure has affected my work and personal

Hi, I had taken a loan from instant loan app and have got stuck in this scam. Some of these apps are removed from playstore and some are registered with a NBFC in RBI. However, they don't show in my cibil. They disburse like 4900rs or 5500rs for a repayment of 8000rs in 7 or 6 days. Is this legal? I'm out of money now and have nothing to repay them. They have my aadhar and pan card images thst they can misuse and threaten to call my contact list that they had hacked from my phone. Should I repay them or is this illegal? ,how to stop 7 days loan app harassment ?

Advocate Sudershani Ray answered
The Android Market, among other mobile app stores, has experienced multiple cases of malicious or Trojanized apps. Hackers find it easy to target apps due to their setup and the lack of safeguards. Additionally, app store companies do not provide any guarantee regarding the safety or quality of the apps they offer. Users are responsible for downloading and installing apps at their own risk. Fake apps can lead customers to fake websites with the aim of stealing personal and financial information. These apps may pose as security updates, and clicking on the links can result in information being stolen. If you receive strange notifications, SMS or requests from your bank or other familiar brands, be cautious as criminals may be trying to defraud you.It is important to read the App’s permissions very carefully while downloading it. Check which types of data the app can access, and if it can share your information with external parties. Does it need all these permissions? If not, don’t download it. If after having installed such an app, any transaction was made immediately contact the concerned bank to stop the transfer.You can file a cyber crime complaint with your nearest Police station in the following manner - 1. Take a screenshot of the malicious app and the location from where it downloaded.2. Bank statement from the victim’s account if any transactions were made.3. Save the soft copy of all above-mentioned documents in soft form and provide them to the Investigating Officer on a CD-R.4. Lodge a complaint in your nearest Police Station explaining the complete incident along with the above documents.



Q: Difference Between Inquiry and Investigation

What is the difference between Investigation and Inquiry under crpc ?

Advocate Sudershani Ray answered
The difference between inquiry and investigation can be summed up as follows: 1. Investigation involves a methodical gathering of facts and evidence to determine the circumstances of a case - whether the alleged crime has been committed and, if so, who committed it, and gather relevant evidence. In contrast, Inquiry is a legal process that seeks to establish the truthfulness or falsity of specific allegations, with the intention of taking further action. 2. In the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, (CrPC) the definition of Investigation can be found in Section 2 (h), whereas Inquiry can be found in Section 2 (g). 3. The investigation is performed by a Police Officer or any other person authorized by the Magistrate on this behalf (as provided in Section 202 CrPC). On the other hand, Inquiry is performed by the Magistrate or Court under Section 159 (preliminary inquiry), Section 200 to 203 (inquiry upon cognizance of complaint), Section 125 to 128 (inquiry for determining the liability to pay maintenance to the wife, child or parent), Section 107, to 110 (inquiry into a liability to furnish a bond for keeping peace and for being good behaviour). 4. Investigation ends up in the filing of a Police Report (section 173) - which could be a chargesheet or cancellation report. An inquiry may end in dismissal of a complaint under Section 203, discharge of the accused (Section 227, 239) or farming of charge (Section 228, 240); it does not conclude with a conviction or acquittal (trial ends like that). 5. Investigation is an executive process, while Inquiry is a judicial process that involves taking evidence on oath during the proceedings. 6. Investigation and Inquiry are distinct stages of a criminal case. The investigation is considered the first stage, during which the police officer investigates the case either on their own or upon the orders of the magistrate. If sufficient evidence is found to support the commission of the offence, the police officer submits a police report to the magistrate under Section 173 of the CrPC. The second stage is either inquiry or trial. The inquiry and trial are mutually exclusive, meaning that the trial begins once the inquiry ends. 7. Once an FIR is filed regarding an offence, the police initiate an investigation, while an Inquiry is started by the Magistrate when he as per section 190 CrPC, takes cognizance upon a charge sheet filed by the police (under Section 173) or upon complaint filed by the complainant (under Section 200) or on its own motion upon information received from independent sources.



Q: Difference Between Motive and Intention

What is the difference between Intention and Motive in ipc ?

Advocate Sudershani Ray answered
Intention and motive are two different concepts that are commonly used interchangeably, but they have distinct meanings in the context of criminal law.The difference between motive and intention can be summarized as follows:Intention: Intention refers to the very mental condition of a person while he commits a criminal act. Criminal intention denotes the highest degree of criminal mind i.e., the accused was acting under a zealous desire to commit the offence like in the case of murder or theft. It is an important ingredient that the prosecution must necessarily prove in order to affix guilt on the accused and for the Court in determining his criminal liability. The criminal intention on part of the accused is his conscious decision and willingness to commit an offence. As per Section 14 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, facts denoting states of mind like intention and ill-will are relevant facts. Intention can be gauged by asking the question, 'How did the accused commit the crime?'. If the answer is that the accused did not leave any stone unturned in ensuring the horrific outcome of the offence, we can affix on him the intention to commit the offence. The choice of weapon and the way he used the weapon at the time of the offence also allow us to gauge intention.Motive: Motive refers to the underlying reason for committing the offence. It could be revenge or jealousy or even unjust enrichment. Motive can be gauged by asking the question, 'Why did the accused commit the crime?' Motive supplies meaning to intention i.e., the mental condition of the individual at the time of the offence. However, motive is not always present in a case and is not an essential criminal ingredient in proving the guilt of the accused. It is relevant under Section 8 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 as circumstantial evidence that helps the prosecution build its case against the accused. Additionally, motive can be used to narrow down suspects during investigations and may ultimately bear influence on sentencing decisions of the Court.In criminal law, while intention is the principal factor in determining culpability, motive is generally considered to have a supplementary role. A person's motive, whether good or bad, is not usually taken into account in establishing guilt. However, in civil liability cases such as defamation and malicious prosecution, motive can be relevant.



Q: Regarding Arrest on NC filed by 3 Different Peoples on One Person. NC Full Form in Police ?

Dear Sir/Madam, Please tell me in detail what is nc in police station? One of my friend and 2 others filed NC on one person on same issue in local police station. But police is not arresting an accused person on whom NCs are filed. What is legal procedure to arrest accused, validity of police nc ?

Advocate Sudershani Ray answered
Section 155 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (CrPC) pertains to the procedure to be followed by a police officer when he receives information of a non-cognizable offence (NC) committed within his jurisdiction. So, "NC" in a police station stands for Non-Cognizable Offence. As per this section, the police officer shall enter the substance of such information in a book kept by him, the NCR Diary, and hand over to the informant a copy of the Non-Cognizable Report (NCR). He will subsequently refer the informant to the Magistrate.Non-cognizable offences are those for which a police officer cannot make an arrest without a warrant, and cannot begin an investigation or start legal proceedings without the permission of a court. These types of offences are generally considered less serious than cognizable offences, which are those for which a police officer can make an arrest without a warrant and can begin an investigation without permission from a court. Non-cognizable offences are generally related to minor offences like traffic violations, assault, cheating, defamation, and public nuisance under the Indian Penal Code, 1860.



Q: Validity of Sale Agreement and When it Gets Expired

Dear Sir, I have made sale agreement with the seller for buying plot.Sale agreement was made on 17th June with paying 15 Lakhs advance through bank transfer.clauses was mentioned as sale agreemnt will cancel automatic if purchaser fails to complete registration with in one month with paying of balance amount.Purchaser fails to pay the balance amount with in the perios mentioned above this agreement shall stand cancelled,null and void the advance amount is not refunded.If this agreement is cancelled the seller shall be entitled to sell the schedule property to any other prospective purchaser.ow it is the fourth month from the agreement date &I asked seller to register property by taking balance amount.But he is not accepting to register & not accepting to return advance amount. Note : Registration was delayed due to legal department from bank asked to make the rectification of the Seller deed due to registration year typed wrong & NOC submitted to buyer on 30th august 2019.what happens if a sale agreement expires ?

Advocate Sudershani Ray answered
As per Article 54 of the Limitation Act, 1963, the limitation period for specific performance of a contract is three years. Thus, a registered sale agreement which becomes enforceable on account of being a registered document is valid for three years from the date fixed for the performance of obligation set forth in such agreement i.e., sale of land, or, if no such date is fixed when the plaintiff (the purchaser in this case) has the notice that performance is refused by the seller in violation of the agreement to sell. Hence, the validity of the sale agreement is three years and it gets expired after the lapse of that period.




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