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ak yadav (law student)     20 March 2017

Legal advice

(for direction) at Supreme court:  file a case against highcourt: Sir, hon'ble highcourt has directed in a case of land dispute by IInd party that "Parties are directed to maintain status quo as it exist todaytill the next listing date. actually sir in the same case second upper district judge, civil court has also directed the same order in favour of Ist party and the case is pending till date.Ist party was in possession before the order of civil court and now after the order of high court IInd party is in possession due to  the collusion with the revenue officials and police.Now please guide that Ist party may file a suit against order of High court for direction as not to disturb in the possession of Ist party as civil court has pased the same order and is still  exists. 



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rajeev sharma (Advocate Ex senior manager law )     20 March 2017

YOUR STATEMENT IS THAT AT THE TIME OF PASSING OF STATUS QUO OEDER BY DISTRICT COURT 1ST PARTY WAS IN POSSESSION OF PROPERTY. oRDER OF STATUS QUO WAS CONFIRMED BY HIGH COURT. SUBSEQUENT TO THE ORDER OF HIGH COURT 2ND PARTY FORCEFULLY TOOK POSSESSION OF PROPERTY.

Beliving your statement it is advised you need not to file any SLP before Supreme Court. Just file an application of contempt before High Court submitting proof of fact of taking  forceful possession of the property by 2nd party.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     20 March 2017

Agreed with Mr. Rajeev Sharma.

ak yadav (law student)     22 July 2017

Sir,

    please guide me under which section Contempt may file in HC.

Thanking You sir,

Kumar Doab (FIN)     22 July 2017

GO thru:

Central Government Act
The Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 

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