Radha Appala

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Area of Expertise: Civil Law, Child Custody, Divorce Or Alimony, Family Law
Practising since: 1982
Practicing in Courts: District Court Rangareddy,

Education


L.L.M(Administrative and Constitutional Laws)

Dr.B.R.Ambedkar College of law, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam 2002-2005

University First in Company Law at Batchelors Level; University Topper at P.G.Level of Law


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Uppal , Hyderabad Telangana, 500039


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On 19-Dec-16 08:12 AM,Radha Appala downvoted 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 19-Dec-16 08:11 AM,Radha Appala upvoted 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 17-Dec-16 11:45 AM,Radha Appala commented on the following question
I live in an LIG in surat, Gujarat. I bought it and have the power of attorney in my name. I want to get it registered. This will be the third time of registration. Is it possible? What will be the total expenses?

LIG, Surat, Third owner, Have P/A,

It is possible to transfer the property any number of times but through valid registration. The Power of Attorney, though a registered one, does not entitle you to claim ownership unless it is transferred in your name through valid registration. You can get it registered now by paying the requisite registration fee and submitting the application in the concerned registrar office. The expenses depend upon the value of the property.

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On 16-Dec-16 20:44 PM,Radha Appala commented on the following question
Is legal separation and #divorce same in India? Can someone remarry if they are judicially separated?

My brother is legally separated from his wife for the last 5 years. He is interested in marrying someone else now. How to go about it?

Dear client 

legal separation and divorce are two different concepts. Your brother has sought court's permission to live separate but still both of them are husband and wife in the eyes of law.

hence your brother cannot remarry without divorcing his wife.

it is illegal to marry again when his marriage is still valid.

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On 23-Nov-16 04:08 AM,Radha Appala downvoted the following answer
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

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