Written Statement / Rejoinder

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Querist : Anonymous (Querist)
26 September 2010


The defendant has filed Written Statement before the junior division Civil Judge, opposing grant of interim injunction.

Whether the plaintiff should at first file list of documents?.

Is it necessary to file rejoinder?

What are the circumstances the filing of rejoinder necessitates?.

In this suit the plaintiff not stated a notice received from the defendants advocate and the same was replied
by the plaintiff.

Whether the main suit can be amended?.

If yes whether the amendment should take affect before hearing of interim Application for Injunction or after?

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s.subramanian (Expert)
26 September 2010

You have to file a rejoinder with regard to your pleas about the notice of the defendant and your reply to it. Otherwise it will affect your case very much.You have to do it before your injunction petition is taken up for hearing.

adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (Expert)
26 September 2010

you can file rejoinder. If you didn't file the rejoinder it does not affect because in the cross examination you ask the questions. When reply notice is received produce it before the court so you can confront it.

Rajeev kulshreshtha (Expert)
27 September 2010

I agree with Mr. Rajoo.



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