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Manas Prakash (Advocate)     11 January 2012

Court fee in writ case

With regard to Court Fee in Writ matters at High Court, I would like to know that if more than 100 petitioners who are seeking the same relief on same fact and a common order has to be passed, could they file one court fee only or required to file court fee for all 100 petitioners.Plz refer some SC case law upon this if one court fee will suffice.



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DEFENSE ADVOCATE.-firmaction@g (POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE )     11 January 2012

Any number of petitioners can join one cause if you can show commin interest.

Manas Prakash (Advocate)     11 January 2012

@ JSDN...Yes that I know, if the intrest is common any number of petitioners can join in a single writ but what i want to know that how many court fees needed to be paid ,whether one court fee per petitioner or only one court fee for all the petitioner.

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