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Nipun Saxena

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Area of Expertise: Criminal Law, Arbitration Or Conciliation, Property Or Tenancy, Civil Law
Practising since: 2014

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Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Law (B.A. & LL.B)

National Law University, Delhi 1941-1941


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Hauz Khas , New Delhi Delhi,


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On 03-Apr-16 22:23 PM,Nipun Saxena commented on the following question
What to do if the developer asks us to take possession with only partial completion?

I bought a flat at Ansals Meadows in Lucknow. The project consists of 12 towers out of which only 3 have been completed as of date. Other towers are still under construction. My flat is in one of the completed towers. Now Ansal is forcing us to take possession of the house else they would start charging penalty. We cant take possession because its impossible to start living there while construction is going on all around us. Even the parking and lead roads are under construction. Also we would have to start paying maintenance without living in the tower.

Dear Sir, I think you have a pretty good case to agitate. It is incumbent upon the builder to complete the project in time including the facilities that he has advertised. Technically the project is still incomplete unless he has created access roads, parking lot, security, club house etc. This is a perfect case of Deficiency of Service. Now there are couple of things you need to explain to me before I can formally tender a legal advice. how many similarly affected persons are there? Moreover what was the deadline within which time the construction had to be completed ? And how much of it is completed ? In my prima facie opinion This matter has to be taken either before State Consumer Commission Or National Consumer Commission Depending upon the value of the flat and the claim to be agitated. Have already handled cases like this before so I can fairly state that you have a very good case. ... Read More

On 02-Feb-16 03:30 AM,Nipun Saxena commented on the following question
My parents met with an accident as there was no government sign regarding diversion. What can I do now?

there was construction going on in the NH and there was no diversion board. the accident happened at night. Can I sue the contractor and the state?

It is a remedy made available by Common Law, and is still prevalent in India. Contact a Lawyer for the same ;) ... Read More

On 01-Feb-16 17:51 PM,Nipun Saxena commented on the following question
My parents met with an accident as there was no government sign regarding diversion. What can I do now?

there was construction going on in the NH and there was no diversion board. the accident happened at night. Can I sue the contractor and the state?

yes you can sue the NHAI (National highway Authority of India) under Torts ... Read More

On 01-Feb-16 17:47 PM,Nipun Saxena commented on the following question
Mental & physical harassment by husband. What can i do?

Can I file a criminal case?

usually yes a police complaint is often filed along with a civil action. you can resort to both simultaneously as well. ... Read More

On 01-Feb-16 17:46 PM,Nipun Saxena commented on the following question
what are the options against #Illegal #occupation of house post father's death?

My uncle and his sons have occupied the house that was left to me, by my father in his will. I have requested them multiple times to vacate the house but this has not worked. What legal options do I have?

Hello. well you can institute two proceedings simultaneously, a civil suit for permanent injunction, eviction, possession, declaration of title and ownership. A criminal proceeding can be instituted simultaneously against them. This is a very preliminary view of things, will be able to assist you better if I have the documents. Regards Nipun Saxena ... Read More

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