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RAGHUNATH G L (ASSISTANT MANAGER)     13 December 2019

Oral Arguments

Sir,
From past 2 dates plaintiff lawyer didn't visited Court during arguments stage.

Today Plaintiff junior lawyer asked for time for their argument, judge told time can't be given..

Later he asked Defendant to do argument in next date and instructed plaintiff junior lawyer to put their written argument from their side.

Will Judge give again opportunity for Plaintiff lawyer to do Oral arguments..

or

Post for Judgment after defendant argument submission.

Sorry if my Doubt is very Basic.....


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KAMARAJ BHARATHY G (ADVOCATE- HIGH COURT)     14 December 2019

Purely based on the circumstances. If plaintiff adv requests court for further time normally court will not allow and insist them either for filing PA or Oral argument by passing over the case on the very same day

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     14 December 2019

When the court has asked the plaintiff advocate to submit written arguments, it is a golden opportunity and you need not apprehend anything and the court exempted oral arguments of the Plaintiff advocate.

The defendant may submit his arguments.  Insist the plaintiff advocate to file the written arguments.

After submissions from both sides, the Judge reserves the judgment and gives next date for pronouncing the same.

Shashi Dhara   14 December 2019

File application under /section 151 CPC to provide oral arguments tell big story in application y you were unable to submit arguments court will allow to submit oral arguments.Advocates shud be dare devil .in open court.

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     25 December 2019

What is your locus standi to the case ?

What is the opinion and advise of the lawyer engaged/ paid you who is well aware of the facts and circumstances of the case, an able, competent and intelligent enough to advise, guide and proceed ?


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