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meaning of case disposed, uncontested transferred etc.


I am confused as to what the following means ..

First Hearing Date 04th August 2015
Decision Date 10th October 2019
Case Status CASE DISPOSED
Nature of Disposal Uncontested--TRANSFERRED
Court Number and Judge 3-II ADDL. DISTRICT AND SESSIONS JUDGE
 
Business : mater transfer to special court
Nature of Disposal : TRANSFERRED
Disposal Date : 10-10-2019
II ADDL. DISTRICT AND SESSIONS JUDGE
 
Does case disposed mean the case is dismissed ? Not sure about Uncontested-Transferred. 
Why does it say matter transfer to specail court. .. does that mean the case is to continue in a special court ?
 
Would appreciate your help with understanding this.
 
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It means case failed.

 
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Advocate

Such entries in ecourt could be incorrect or incomplete.  For better understanding, 'History of Case Hearing' and the 'Business'  on the particular day could be perused.


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Lawyer

The case is pending before transferee (new) Court for further proceeding.

What is the advise of your lawyer ?? Proceed accordingly.

Have you lost faith in your lawyer, if so change him/her immediately.

It is advisable to consult another local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts/documents, guidance and proceeding, if you have any problem/doubt/ issue or seeking second opinion but do not rely upon obligation of experts on this platform (although it available FREE OF COST) since it is based on limited facts posted by you.

 


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Thank you sir

 

 
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Thank you sir

 

 
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barrister

Uncontested means the case is not disputed or challenged. In other words no defense is made by the opposite side. 

Disposed - means the case has been completed. The disposal status may be dismissed or decreed.

Transferred - transferred to another court. 


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This answer by Shri cyberlawyer appears to me to be correct and mine above, wrong.


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