stages of case in the highcourt

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(Querist)
27 August 2009

hello all learned experts
i would like to know the stages of the cases of highcourt like civil appeal from order,civil appeal from stamp number,civil application sca &sca br civil application stamp number,civil revision application,civil revision application stamp number,cross objection,caveat,first appeal,misc.contempt application,second appeal,special civil application


Y V Vishweshwar Rao (Expert)
27 August 2009

In the High Court Web Site all the information regarding the stage of the case is available

Status of the case ! you will be knowing by visiting the Web Site and enter the Case Number and year and the stauts of the Case will be reflected

Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Expert)
27 August 2009

prakesh ji,
mr. rao says right.
what ever u want to see in highcourt is avilable on website.
if u plz. send d name of d state dn i will suggest u the web address.

Kiran Kumar (Expert)
27 August 2009

Parkash Ji, pls tell us what exactly u intend to know, whether u want to c the status of a case or intend to know the procedure.

better will be if u mention the actual facts beacuse, procedural concepts can not be dictated they are to be followed as according to the facts.

PRAKASHCHANDRA MARU (Querist)
27 August 2009

hello actually that i know how to know the status of the case actually i intend to know the procedure casse wise stages whicha r given in my query specifically thanks in advance

PRAKASHCHANDRA MARU (Querist)
27 August 2009

hello i intend to knowe the various cases as above stated stages of the cases thanks

Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar (Expert)
28 August 2009

For complete answer one has to refer so many provisions of civil procedure code (and Cr.P.C. for criminal matters)+ rules of concerned high court + special acts in special cases.

Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar (Expert)
28 August 2009

Pls add Arts 226, 227 and 228 of constitution of India also.

Kiran Kumar (Expert)
28 August 2009

Parkash Ji, Dr. Tripathi has correctly observed that to know the exact procedure various provisions of law have to be referred.

it will not be easy to discuss the whole procedure here, better take a look at the procedural laws of India and further each and every high court has its own Rules and Regulations.

so all is a matter of practical experience which comes with the practice as a lawyer and application of practical skills depend upon the facts of the case.

A. A. JOSE (Expert)
29 August 2009

I agree with all above views. One has to use his skill to gather knowledge on legal practice and procedure.

Vijyant Nigam (09807349001) (Expert)
05 September 2009

As per the details of Mr. Maru that, "i am practicing in jmnagar court gujarat since 1999 civil criminal and revenue and consumer cases i passed two time written examination of judicial magistrate first class i also passed assistant public prosecutor written exam i am university ranker in the spl llb and college first i also apper in high court

i also do the work of translalation from english language into gujarati and from gujarati language".

I think one has known all the things but wants a shortcut in Advocacy which is specifically not available in this profession.

though it looks very short, Dr. V. N. Tripathi has given the remedy in detail.

With Regards
Vijyant Nigam
Advocate
High Court
Lucknow

PRAKASHCHANDRA MARU (Querist)
05 September 2009

yes vinayji u r right thanks



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