Opposite party declining to enact upon highcourt's order

 

It's not the Accused to act.     It's the Court below to act.

 
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Appraise the court of Non compliance.
 
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Advocate

pray to court to send accused/ respondant to jail for non compliance of court order.
 
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 Mr. R.K. Nanda is right.

 
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Thank you sir @RKNanda for your reply. The opposite party in this case is a Tehsildar of a region.
This dispute is regarding 3 plots bought by my father who is currently in his mid-60s.
My father has the legal documents, but somehow the lands got moved to government records a few years ago.
So after the request for the reversal of the ownership was made, the honourable judge asked the tehsildar to make the change.
But the tehsildar is not ready to accept that, maybe he wants a big amount as bribe but he is not openly asking for the same.
Hence, the case has been lasting since the last 3-4 years.
Nanda sir, will it be perfect to go against the Tehsildar in this case?
Kindly advice.

 
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