very good explanation in simple & lucid language. To the Point Explanation. Thanks
In a case both parties were asked to file synopsis. I had filed Synopsis. The Opposite Party did not file their synopsis on 2 occasions. Fourth time they were asked to file written arguments and imposed fine on them. Now they filed written arguments, copy of which was sent to me. On a scrutiny it was found that what they sent is not the exact copy of the arguments filed in the counter. NOW CAN I FILE COUNTER ARGUMENTS SINCE THE WRITTEN ARGUMENTS CONTAINS SOME LIES AND DISTORTIONS.
AM I SUPPOSED TO FILE COUNTER ARGUMENTS. next date is in December.
Considered opinion of experts will help me a lot and I shall be much thankful.
Filing of Written Arguments is mandatory. No question of Court's permission.
Court's permission, however, becomes necessary if any party desires to file revised Written Arguments.
An excellent article
Resp. Sir ,
Once again we came across one of the core issues for which I have previously requested your good self .
Very much delighted by reading such a marvelous and simply ultimate Article in very nice and lucid language .
With the highest respect at my command for your good self , expecting such types of Articles on core issues for the time to come.
Once again thanks a lot for such a nice and needy article .
Prayer to Almighty for your good self for the kind blessings.
with kind regards.
Dushyantkumar S. Shah
Advocate Gujarat High Court.
hope you will avoid future ads of all types
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