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G.Padmanabhan (Advocate)     14 September 2009

Letters Patent appeal

What is a letters patent appeal, and how does it differ from the routine appeals? Would any body explain in simple terms.



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Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar (Nil)     15 September 2009

In simple words leters patent appeal is an intra court appeal. it is  an appeal before two judges of same high court against judgment of single judge. subject to minor diferences in diferent High Court Rules, normally a judgment and order passed under Art 226 of the Constitution is appealable as LPA and  judgment and order passed under Art 227 is not appealable under this category . 

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G.Padmanabhan (Advocate)     16 September 2009

Thanks, Sir.

pragya (student)     05 October 2012

thanks sir m getting amezzing answers here..m pleased that i can solve my queries here easily...

Sujoy Routh (Student)     03 July 2013

where is this rule written sir?

which book? what order?

Sujoy Routh (Student)     03 July 2013

 

how to file an letters patent appeal? under what conditions?

faisal rasool tantray   12 September 2015

if a question will be asked in the examination about this LPA .How will we answer the question...

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