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Pratap pratap (Student)     03 October 2022

Land litigation

Hi,the opposite party filed a PIL ( public interest litigation),the petitioner hire 1 local advocate and file PIL against state government of andhra pradesh and 2 private persons under act,constitution of india and section 226.the case is filed on Tuesday and it is disposed on Thursday,and we doesn't receive any notice from the court.what does it mean by the case disposal within 2 days of filing a case? The petitioner and advocate filed the case in online through ecourtservices.gov.in.what is meant by disposal of case and what are the steps we have to take regarding this case.is this case is closed or any further proceedings will going to happen?

Case type :- WP ( PIL )

Case status :- case disposed 

Nature of disposal :- uncontested-disposal of no costs

State :- andhra pradesh 

Judicial :- writ section

Cause list name :- fresh motion hearing

Orders :- no orders issued by judge 

Objections :- all objections are complied 

 



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 17 Replies

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     04 October 2022

In case the PIL is disposed within 2 days, it implies that the PIL has been dismissed in limni i.e., no notice has been issued to respondent(s).

Consult a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts posted by you, which are not clear to me.

Pratap pratap (Student)     04 October 2022

If PIL is disposed within 2 days,court will issue any order to respondents in favour of petitioner? 

Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     04 October 2022

Dismissed in limini ...

Pratap pratap (Student)     04 October 2022

What is meant by dismissed in limini sir,can u please explain in details.court doesn't issued any notice or order to respondents so far, what is the case status now??

P. Venu (Advocate)     04 October 2022

What is the case number?

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     05 October 2022

It means that the PIL is dismissed i.e.,it has not been admitted and no notice has been issued to respondent(s) for proceeding.

Read my earlier reply wherein I have clarified in the first instance.

Pratap pratap (Student)     05 October 2022

Thank you dr jc vashista sir,now court will issue any final orders in favour of respondents or petitioners after dismissed the PIL.

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     06 October 2022

No further proceeding and orders will be passed when the case (PIL) is already dismissed.

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     06 October 2022

IIt is difficult to forecast how the court is going to come to a conclusion, as you have only posted the conclusion part of the PIL, and not how and for what it was filed. PIL is not a black hole that swallow everything that comes its way, meaning it has its own rules and limitations.  PIL will not be entertained if it is filed on a subject matter between two parties in the realm of private law, extra judicial scores to settle business rivalries, or political rivalries  etc. Function of the Court is to resolve dispute about legal rights and entitlements and protect the rule of law.

P. Venu (Advocate)     06 October 2022

How there could be a PIL in a private dispute!

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     08 October 2022

It is a moot court case posted by the author, who is a student, which should have been responded by his professor / tutor / coach.

Pratap pratap (Student)     08 October 2022

Cour proceedings of this PIL is not uploaded in the ecourtservices.gov.in website and also court haven't given any final orders or notices to the respondents.it is only showing that case is admission on Tuesday and disposed on Thursday.its been 12 days that PIL is filed in the court.it is showing uncontested with no costs.

P. Venu (Advocate)     08 October 2022

Still there would be  a case number? Which High Court?

Pratap pratap (Student)     08 October 2022

high court of andhra pradesh and case is disposed within 2 days of filing a PIL . But court didnt issued any orders or notices and even not uploaded the remarks or hearings in the website.


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