One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Ahmedabad - Advocate Vijay Nangesh

Advocate Vijay Nangesh

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LawRatoSatyamev Complex, Ahmedabad
LawRato18 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Civil, Court Marriage, Criminal, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Labour & Service, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Gujarati, Hindi
Advocate Vijay Nangesh completed his law in the year 2005 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Criminal, Family, Labour & Service, Property, Civil and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Vijay enrolled with the Bar Council of Gujarat in 2005. He is a member of the Gujarat High Court Advocates Association.

Enrollment Number : G/1438/2005

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Questions Answered by Advocate Vijay Nangesh

Q: Want to get the road side space for my agricultural land legally

OUR 11 guntha agriculture land at vapi village. there was one builders land around the land our land situated in question is may i got the road for my land for agriculture and non agriculture purpose?what happens in village roadside land was purchased by builder and rest of the land they want to purchase on low rate due to the reason of no road connectivity. is there any legal law for getting road connective to other. reply plz

Advocate Vijay Nangesh answered
they can not hindrance or create any obstruction of your path way or access the way, if you land is agricultural land then you filed application under mamlatdar court act or you file civil suit for obstruction and hindrance of your path way,

Q: Procedure to apply for bail in criminal matter.

Muje ipc act 332,333 main jamin mil sakti he pls give me a way

Advocate Vijay Nangesh answered
plz clarify whether you need anticipatory bail or regular bail, as section 332 of Indian Penal Code is punishment prescribed 3 years and traible by Ld. Magistrate Court and 333 of IPC is traible by Ld. Sessions Court so u need to filed application before first sessions court.

Q: Gsrtc driver job cleared but PVC certificate not clear as case pending

I got secect gsrtc driver job but problem is pvc certificate not clear one case pending in court ipc 323 and that's problem to how can a fast my case in court please suggest me please help me thanks my case tipe criminal case registration number 2038/2017 CNR Number GJPB02-002499-2017

Advocate Vijay Nangesh answered
you need to filed petition in high court as criminal case is pending for trail before Ld. Trail Court, and trail is yet not commenced and you are selected for driver in GSRTC, so you need to submit police clearance certificate, for that remedy is to file petition under arti. 226 of Constitution.

Q: Government employee facing Harassment at workplace

sir my cousin sister working in govt sector, she was mentally and sexually harassed by her office employee,then he has submit application in company and decision came in favour of her and action was taken against him, now he is writing wrong application against her as a unknown person in the company and she has to face unwanted enquiry from the department , and he is doing indirect harassment ,so please sir guide me

Advocate Vijay Nangesh answered
if she is working in government of Gujarat or undertaking by Gujarat Government, then as per the government resolution and Department Inquiry Manual Anonymous Complain and Pseudonymous Complain are disposed off, if no substance and if such complain is just to harass the public servant then as per Government Resolution Dated- 17-04-1964 and Home Department GR Dated-07-02-1967 and 25-03-1968 such unnamed and frivolous complain is to be filed, and no need for further action.

Q: Rights of married daughter on father's self acquired property.

Father has deceased without will. Followed by mother, who also died after some time. Mother leaves a will that the property which is self aquired by father be divided among two sons and none else. However there is a clause that if they two fight, the property be divided among another three married daughters. If the sons do not fight, what share do they get? What is the legal way out to get half share for each son? Do daughters have equal share in his case or not? Please clarify and help with detailed answer. Awaiting a response.

Advocate Vijay Nangesh answered
yes in self acquire property of the father, daughter have right as per sec.8 after death of male intestate, his property will devolve to their heirs specified in class-1, of the scheduled of Hindu Succession Act and as per new provision of Succession Act daughter where equal share in father's property.

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