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Nature of disposal

A) What is a calendar case?

B) Nature of disposal-: uncontested -admission of claim?


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sneha jaiswal   23 March 2021

A) Calendar is the term referred by court for the schedule of cases appearing in the court in a particular day. Case can be of any nature includes both civil as well as criminal.

Some Jurisdiction mention the cases which are scheduled to appear in courts as " calendar cases" to differentiate them from the cases which are not actually planned to appear but scheduled as Urgent case or exigency. It depends upon the jurisdiction.

B) Disposal of case means that the case is over and the uncontested means that the case is not contested by the other party or party in opposition and dismissed. Uncontested simply means  "not disputed".


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