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Avinash Gokhale (Owner)     13 September 2011

Respond to show cause notice

I am resident of Mumbai and Cancer Patent .  I have received show cause notice from Pune Court on arbitral matter concerning Mediclaim to reply on 20th Sept., 2011 either personally or through Advocate.

 

Is it possible to submit reply to show cause notice through Speed Post / E-mail.

 



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DISHA D. SHAH (lawyer)     13 September 2011

no, you have to appoint advocate or threw proxy

RK MEHTA (DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER - LEGAL)     16 September 2011

Mr. Gokhale, There is no provision to submit reply through Speed Post / E-mail. It should be filed either personally or through an Attorney or Advocate. .

THAPAR and ASSOCIATES (THAPAR and ASSOCIATES CUSTOMS LAW EXPERT)     07 February 2012

Yes, There is no provision to submit reply through Speed Post / E-mail. It should be filed either personally or through an Attorney or Advocate.

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Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate)     10 February 2012

You have to  file reply either personally or through counsel.


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