Legal rights of allottee

The rights of an allottee are:
1. File complaint about one-sided builder buyer agreement.
2. File complaint if the quality of work is sub-standard.
3. File a civil suit for one-sided maintenance agreement.
4. File a civil suit for cancellation of the booking.
5. File a complaint if there is a delay in possession.
6. Right to obtain information.KEEP READING

What are the laws related to parking cars in India

Under section 127 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, if a person parks his vehicle for more than 10 hours in a public place or parks it at a place where parking is prohibited, in that case, police authorities have the right to tow the motor vehicle or clamp wheel to immobilise the motor vehicle. Also, if any abandoned, damaged, or burnt car is parked at a public place, creating traffic or obstruction to the general public, in that case, police authorities have the right to tow that car immediately.KEEP READING

Is an unmarried woman legally allowed to have an abortion in India

Due to the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Act, 2021, now an unmarried woman can also seek abortion on the grounds of contraceptive failure.

If the unmarried woman is above 18 years of age and is pregnant on account of contraceptive failure, in that case, she can get her pregnancy terminated legally up to 20 weeks under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971.KEEP READING

Punishment if a girl slaps or uses force on a person in public

In these situations, like if a girl slaps or uses force on any person in public, the victim can file a case against that girl irrespective of gender under section 321 and section 323 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860.

These sections deal with voluntarily causing hurt to any person for which the accused can be punished with a maximum of one year of imprisonment, fine up to Rs. 1000, or both.KEEP READING

Legal consequences of sexual harassment at the workplace

Section 354A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, deals with punishment for sexual harassment, wherein the accused can be punished with rigorous imprisonment for up to three years or a fine or both.

Also, if a man makes sexually coloured remarks, like passing vulgar comments or asking inappropriate questions, in that case, he shall be punished with imprisonment up to one year or fine or both.KEEP READING