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Gopalaswamy   09 December 2019


In a civil partition case The plaitiff advocate appears in the first hearing and not on,subsequent hearing .The plaintiff did not appear .The defendents did not appear on all hearings.The D1 Advocate has replied against legal notice during the courtThe case has come up for hearing now after 5 years.The advocate is away from this country.No juniors. Because the plaintiff is not appeared Defendants not appeared,plaintiff advocate appeared once The court has passed orders as exparte,clarrify how the court will act. The Will is registered and probated during 2004 .Both parties enjoying their share .since 1995 The dispute is interpretation of will.


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SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate)     09 December 2019

Dear Mr. Gopalawamy,


As per me court may dismiss the suit if plaintiff or their advocate did not appeared before court.




Shashi Dhara   09 December 2019

According to situation the court may pass orders.

Sankaranarayanan (Advocate)     09 December 2019

The Dependent received court notice or not?

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