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Advocate Advocate Ajit Mahadeo Deshpande

  Nashik (Nasik), Maharashtra

 Experience: 25 years

4.5
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Law
  • Bail Matters
  • Recovery and Cheque Bounce
  • Divorce and Alimony
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Wills / trusts
  • Property Dispute
  • Family Dispute
  • Cheque Bounce
  • Arbitration
  • Women Protection
  • Child custody
  • RTI
  • Women Protection
  • Maintenance
  • Domestic Violence
  • Revenue
  • Builder Disputes
  • Others
  • Marriage Registration
  • IPC 498A
  • Cheating Partner
  • Legal Notice

I have 25 years of practice in above mentioned field.
Enrollment Number : MAH/59/1990

Language(s) Spoken by Advocate Advocate Ajit Mahadeo Deshpande: English, Hindi

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Law
  • Bail Matters
  • Recovery and Cheque Bounce
  • Divorce and Alimony
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Wills / trusts
  • Property Dispute
  • Family Dispute
  • Cheque Bounce
  • Arbitration
  • Women Protection
  • Child custody
  • RTI
  • Women Protection
  • Maintenance
  • Domestic Violence
  • Revenue
  • Builder Disputes
  • Others
  • Marriage Registration
  • IPC 498A
  • Cheating Partner
  • Legal Notice

Courts

  • District Court, Nashik

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CHEQUE BOUNCE

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