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Ninu (dir)     14 April 2017

Please advise

i had appealled in the high court against a SEC138 complaint for quashing. The honorable high court was pleased to quash complaints against me in December, 2015. can the complainant go to the supreme court to challenge the order of the highcourt now? will the supreme court issue a notice to me if any appeal is filed against the said order?

 

please advise.



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Ninu (dir)     14 April 2017

Isn't there a time limit to go the supreme court?

Zoheb Khatri (Practicing in Mumbai ZohebKhatri@gmail.com)     14 April 2017

90 days from the date of order/judgment

Ninu (dir)     14 April 2017

Can I file a cavaet?

Lawyer, Bonum Lex LLP (Law Firm)     20 April 2017

Yes you may file caveat. It is procedure. You may file caveat and you will be apprised when any action is taken by the opposite party. Also the time limit is 90 days.

Ninu (dir)     23 April 2017

Do I need to appoint an advocate to file a caveat and is there any prescribed format and also can i do it my self since I do not live in Delhi

Ninu (dir)     23 April 2017

Do I need to appoint an advocate to file a caveat and is there any prescribed format and also can i do it my self since I do not live in Delhi

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