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Advocate Vishal Garg (Advocate Whatsapp 9717985984)     18 March 2022

There might be some case pending between you and other party.


For more detailed discussion contact at 9717985984 , ADVOCATEVG20@GMAIL.COM- Adv Vishal Garg

Shashi Dhara   19 March 2022

Appear before or engage advocate to defend..

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     19 March 2022

You can attend as the other party is coming forward for a compromise.   This is just a formality and no one can force on you anything.  It is just an opportunity to hear the other side and whether accept it or not is left to your will.

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     20 March 2022

Section 19 and 20 of the Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 provides
[19. Organisation of Lok Adalats.—(1) Every State Authority or District Authority or the Supreme
Court Legal Services Committee or every High Court Legal Services Committee or, as the case may be, Taluk Legal Services Committee may organize Lok Adalats at such intervals and places and for
exercising such jurisdiction and for such areas as it thinks fit.


(2) Every Lok Adalat organised for an area shall consist of such number of—
(a) serving or retired judicial officers; and
(b) other persons, of the area as may be specified by the State Authority or the District Authority or the Supreme Court Legal Services Committee or the High Court Legal Services Committee, or as the case may be, the Taluk Legal Services Committee, organising such Lok Adalat.


(3) The experience and qualifications of other persons referred to in clause (b) of sub-section (2) for
Lok Adalats organised by the Supreme Court Legal Services Committee shall be such as may be
prescribed by the Central Government in consultation with the Chief Justice of India.


(4) The experience and qualifications of other persons referred to in clause (b) of sub-section (2) for
Lok Adalats other than referred to in sub-section (3) shall be such as may be prescribed by the State
Government in consultation with the Chief Justice of the High Court.


(5) A Lok Adalat shall have jurisdiction to determine and to arrive at a compromise or settlement
between the parties to a dispute in respect of—
(i) any case pending before; or
(ii) any matter which is falling within the jurisdiction of, and is not brought before,
any Court for which the Lok Adalat is organised:
Provided that the Lok Adalat shall have no jurisdiction in respect of any case or matter relating to an
offence not compoundable under any law.


20. Cognizance of cases by Lok Adalats.—(1) Where in any case referred to in clause (i) of
sub-section (5) of section 19,—
(i)(a) the parties thereof agree; or
(b) one of the parties thereof makes an application to the Court,
for referring the case to the Lok Adalat for settlement and if such court isprima facie satisfied that there
are chances of such settlement; or
(ii) thecourt is satisfied that the matter is an appropriate one to be taken cognizance of by the Lok
Adalat, the Court shall refer the case to the Lok Adalat:
Provided that no case shall be referred to the Lok Adalat under sub-clause (b) of clause (i) or clause
(ii) by such court except after giving a reasonable opportunity of being heard to the parties.


(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in any cither law for the time being in force, the Authority or
Committee organising the Lok Adalat under sub-section (1) of section19 may, on receipt of an application
from any one of the parties to any matter referred to in clause (ii) of sub-section (5) of section 19 that
such matter needs to be determined by a Lok Adalat, refer such matter to the Lok Adalat, for
determination:


Provided that no matter shall be referred to the Lok Adalat except after giving a reasonable
opportunity of being heard to the other party.


(3) Where any case is referred to a Lok Adalat under sub-section (1) or where a reference has been
made to it under sub-section (2), the Lok Adalat shall proceed to dispose of the case or matter and arrive
at a compromise or settlement between the parties.

(4) Every Lok Adalat shall, while determining any reference before it under this Act, act with utmost
expedition to arrive at a compromise or settlement between the parties and shall be guided by the
principles of justice, equity, fair play and other legal principles.


(5) Where no award is made by the Lok Adalat on the ground that no compromise or settlementcould
be arrived at between the parties, the record of the case shall be returned by it to the court, from which the
reference has been received under sub-section (1) for disposal in accordance with law.


(6) Where no award is made by the Lok Adalat on the ground that no compromise or settlement could
be arrived at between the parties, in a matter referred to in sub-section (2), that Lok Adalat shall advice
the parties to seek remedy in a court.


(7) Where the record of the case if returned under sub-section (5) to the court, such court shall
proceed to deal with such case from the stage which was reached before such reference under sub-section
(1).]

What is the purpose of the notice stated to have been received by you ?
 

Husein Rampurawala   07 July 2022

very informative

 


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