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Abramchichk


Be The Change
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Posted On 27 July 2011 at 12:23 Report Abuse

1. Can we send summons through email to a respondent who is presently living  in a foreign country????

2. What is the quickest and sure shot way of sending summons and getting it serviced in a foreign country.????

 



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Princess


Celebrating the return of my Aunty
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Posted On 27 July 2011 at 12:32 Report Abuse

I do not know this.

Send 1 through speed post or through registered post.

Do not send through courier.I think courts do not recognize pvt. courier.

If these are impossible,involve the MEA to send them.

 



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Advocate
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Posted On 27 July 2011 at 12:38 Report Abuse

Dear Client,

Court Summons are always send through proper channel as either via "Registered Post" or "In Person" through Police.

further in case of more info./issue feel free to get in touch.

Manoj kumar,
Advocates,
Delhi High Court,
Delhi.
Ph: 09310443650 / 09319220768

Email: advocates.agra@gmail.com



Self service


None
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Posted On 31 August 2011 at 18:48 Report Abuse

Send to permanent address in India with registered post abroad. Email summon has no legal validity.



stanley


Freedom
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Posted On 04 April 2013 at 13:50 Report Abuse

Amendment of Order V.-In the First Schedule to the principal Act (hereinafter referred to as the First Schedule), in Order V,- (i) in rule 1, for sub-rule (1) [as substituted by clause (i) of section 15 of the Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1999 (46 of 1999)], the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely:- "(1) When a suit has been duly instituted, a summons may be issued to the defendant to appear and answer the claim and to file the written statement of his defence, if any, within thirty days from the date of service of summons on that defendant: Provided that no such summons shall be issued when a defendant has appeared at the presentation of plaint and admitted the plaintiff's claim: Provided further that where the defendant fails to file the written statement within the said period of thirty days, he shall be allowed to file the same on such other day as may be specified by the Court, for reasons to be recorded in writing, but which shall not be later than ninety days from the date of service of summons."; (ii) for rule 9 [as substituted by clause (v) of section 15 of the Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1999 (46 of 1999)], the following rules shall be substituted, namely:- "9. Delivery of summons by Court.-(1) Where the defendant resides within the jurisdiction of the Court in which the suit is instituted, or has an agent resident within that jurisdiction who is empowered to accept the service of the summons, the summons s all, unless the Court otherwise directs, be delivered or sent either to the proper officer to be served by him or one of his subordinates or to such courier services as are approved by the Court. (2) The proper officer may be an officer of a Court other than that in which the suit is instituted, and, where he is such an officer, the summons may be sent to him in such manner as the Court may direct. (3) The services of summons may be made by delivering or transmitting a copy thereof by registered post acknowledgment due, addressed to the defendant or his agent empowered to accept the service or by speed post or by such courier services as are approv d by the High Court or by the Court referred to in sub-rule (1) or by any other means of transmission of documents (including fax message or electronic mail service) provided by the rules made by the High Court: Provided that the service of summons under this sub-rule shall be made at the expenses of the plaintiff.



BASANT KUMAR VASHIST


Advocate
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Posted On 04 April 2013 at 18:54 Report Abuse

Dear client,

our law is not allow to send summan by email.

Court Summons are always send through proper channel as either via "Registered Post" or "In Person" through Police.



stanley


Freedom
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Posted On 05 April 2013 at 09:48 Report Abuse

Originally posted by : BASANT KUMAR VASHIST

Dear client,

our law is not allow to send summan by email.

Court Summons are always send through proper channel as either via "Registered Post" or "In Person" through Police.

Read the above amendement !!




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