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amirtha (officer)     16 January 2012

Judgement reserved

dear sirs,

a high court bench reserved the judgement in a case of service matters by october 2011. what would be the time factor to pronounce the judgement? is there any legal provisions to plead for pronouncing judgement quickly as a number of Govt. servants face superannuation during Feb.2012.?



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mahendrakumar (marketing)     16 January 2012

legally,there is no time limit prescribed for the judgement.usually within 60 days judgement should come.

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venkatesh Rao (Retired Government Servant)     16 January 2012

i do agree with Mahendra ji.  The advocates may make oral submission  in open court when the judge is in a good mood. 

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Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     16 January 2012

No time limit

amirtha (officer)     16 January 2012

thank you sirs


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