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legal_seeking_justice (TA)     13 January 2010

Court application format on legal papers ? Advice needed

 I am going to court as party in person with complaint printed on Green legal papers.

Do I have to get annexures photocopied on green legal papers. Is there any problem in getting the papers photocopied on such green legal length papers or should they be photocopied on white legal papers (or is normal A4 papers ok)

 



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shamina sayed (Advocate)     13 January 2010

there is no need to take xerox on green paper white paper will do.

legal_seeking_justice (TA)     13 January 2010

 Thankyou very much Shamina.

Is it ok to have annexures on normal white A4 size papers or they have to be white A4 legal.

Thanks in advance for your help. 

 

 

shamina sayed (Advocate)     13 January 2010

yes its ok

advocate rajan pandurang joshi (Proprietor)     13 January 2010

From your query it is not clear in which court of law you intend to file your matter. If it is in High Court of Judicature, Mumbai, then you have to get the paper book typed in double space on ledger paper

Daksh (Student)     14 January 2010

Dear legal_seeking_justice,

For the purposes of filing of documents you have to see the local high court rules otherwise it is the descretion of the presiding officer to accept the same across the bar.

Hope this clarifies your query.

Thanks and best regards

Daksh

Lilly rose (n/a)     23 January 2010

Mr.Daksh ------- Your attention towards others querries really commendable but we need you badly all the time in our life FIRST rush to a Doc to stop blood running out from your mouth Come on \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\QUICK

ashutosh srivastava (advocate/ consultant)     02 February 2010

very well said...... lily rose! 


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