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Calculating number of days, for appeal

(Querist) 15 December 2020 This query is : Resolved 
My wife, around 45 years, staying in Tamilnadu, filed suit during 2016 for her one-fifth share of her deceased father's bank deposits lying in co-operative bank, which bank paid to nominee, who is her younger brother around 42 years.

Her late father has nominated her younger brother as nominee for all his bank deposits in cooperative Bank.

Bank, nominee, and her other siblings are respondents.

Sub-court, on 1st December 2020, decreed in favour of nominee.

1. Whether my wife is not eligible for her share of her late father's Bank deposits?

She filed for CA through her advocate for getting copy of judgement, on 7th December 2020.

advocate says it can take at least 20 days to receive this.

I understand that appeal in district court, should be made within one month of judgement.

2. whether the 30 day period starts from the judgement date or it will start from the date the honorable subcourt gives her judgement copy.

SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Expert) 15 December 2020

The appeal period will start from the day you receive a certified copy of the judgment.
Advocate Bhartesh goyal (Expert) 15 December 2020
Limitation to file appeal before District court is 30 day from date of decision in addition to time spent to get copy of decision .

Rajendra K Goyal (Expert) 15 December 2020
Agree with the advice from expert Advocate Bhartesh goyal.
R.K Nanda (Expert) 17 December 2020
It is 30 days from order date in addition to days spent in getting certified copy of order
Dr J C Vashista (Expert) 18 December 2020
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