Yes, the petition for mutual divorce can be e-filed as per High Court Rules.
e-Filing application enables electronic filing of legal papers. ePay is a way of paying for court through an electronic medium, without the use of cheque or cash.
Please verify whether the Family Court concerned has such facility.
1. It depends upon different State and different Districit.
2. For Maharashtra Courts few days back Lecture on E - Filling was kept .
3. That time total no of Advocates registered for E - Filling in Subordinate court was told , No was pathetic
4. Ground reality is E - Filling etc. is on paper nothing takes place in Maharashtra in reality.
5. Please don't rely on modern technology while dealing with judiciary .
Dear Ms. Madhu P,
It is just reverse in Delhi subordinate courts/ High Court/ Supreme Court, there is quite good number of fresh e-filing.
With changed circumstances, you will agree, e-filing, e-mail and vedio conference proceeding will be routine and going to stay through out Indian judiciary.
Thanks and regards
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