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Here the tenant specifically wants to say in this video,         I found a rental property (without brokerage) easily with the help of Nimmadhi property management. Even not only for the rental they have solve my all the issues in the house on time.
Thanks to the Nimmadhi team and i strongly recommend to the people who wants the rental house.

Essential items for your children at school

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When the children start school, they need some basic items, which they must carry in their school bag, normally before the course starts at school they will give us a list, but we as mom can send the most important:
Take the books that correspond to the subjects of the day. In a case you must carry pencils, pens, geometric game sharpener and markers. It is also useful to keep hygiene items such as toilet paper or a washcloth in your backpack,
It has an agenda where the phone numbers of dad or mom are recorded.
Take a small filter with fresh water, change it daily.
For the day that the subject of sports touches, it would be ideal to send an additional shirt in case it gets dirty.
As for the plastic arts class, consult with your teacher to know what material you should bring to school. Surely you will need glue, scissors, a drawing block, a box of paints, brushes, wax, sponges, rags and a robe.
In the backpack we must also include the snack this should be healthy for example a sandwich with…

Even one homebuyer can now drag errant builder to NCLT: Govt ordinance

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Even one homebuyer can drag an errant builder into the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), says the government after an Ordinance promulgated on Wednesday empowered homebuyers to do so.
The Ordinance to amend the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), approved by President Ram Nath Kovind two weeks after it was approved by the Cabinet, puts homebuyers on a par with financial creditors. Homebuyers now will be part of the committee of creditors (CoC) in bankruptcy proceedings. Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas said, “Even if one homebuyer moves the NCLT, the company can go in for insolvency. That is the intention of bringing them into the creditors fold." However, it would be up to CoC to give homebuyers the status of secured or unsecured creditors, he said.
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