11 July 2009
Is it permissible for a summons notice issued by the Court to be partially typewritten or are the entire contents expected to be handwritten? Please provide any references to case laws if partially typewritten summons are acceptable.
11 July 2009
Is there any law (central or in state of Maharashtra) which compele any govt official or body to look into applications or complains?(i m taking to general matter and not FIR's or RTI etc)
12 July 2009
Mr. Palnitkar is absolutely correct....departmental manuals often prescribe the time limits for disposal of such applications or complaints....such rules and regulations are self adopted by such organisation to infuse efficiency into the work.
however if there is a gross violation of fundamental rights out of delay being caused because of non decisive attitude then u can approach the HC or SC as well, as the situation demands.
09 August 2009
1-In reply to Mr Sumir Query I agree with my aobve learned friends !
2-Reply to mr Srikiran Raghav Query only ;-
The Summons can be partly typed /partly printed and partly hand writtnen and Typed.The Court name , suit Number, Parties to suit/Cause Title and addresss of the Deft /Respt and date of hearing /Appearence will be hand written or typed in the printed form of Summons/Notices !
OR it can be totally Hand Writnett / Printed /Typed / Printted on Computer -
04 December 2010
Article 50 of the Indian Constitution and also UN resolution comes to our help, but we the people never takes appropriate channels instead we the people blame the machinery for the same.