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Rajiv kumar (abc)     23 October 2016

Sc procedure for defending transfer petition as pip

What is Supreme court procedure in defending a transfer petition as Party in Person? 

Can the respondent apply the reply through e-filing procedure ? 

Can the application for permission as PIP ( Party in Person) also through E-filing procedure? 

what would be different of stages of TP petition ? 

How it can be referred to Lokadalat? 


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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     23 October 2016

You can use e-filling. Read terms & conditions in supreme court website for e-filling.Moreover there will be national lokadalat on 12-11-2016. Be hurry to submit in like adalat to settle your case imminent
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Suresh Kumar (NA)     23 October 2016

How I can apply in national lok adalat?

Sachin (N.A)     23 October 2016




First time users of Supreme Court E-filing have to register him/her through the "Sign Up" option.

Through "e-FILING" only Advocate-on Record and petitioners-in-person can file cases in the Supreme Court of India.

 Advocate option is to be chosen if you are an "Advocate-on-Record", otherwise choose "In-person" option in case you are petitioner-in-person.

For registering first time personal details such as Address, contact details, E-mail Id etc., which are mandatory, need to be entered.

For Advocate-on-record, his/her code (Advocate-on-record code) will be "Login-ID", while "In-person" will create his/her Login-Id through "Sign Up" option.  Password needs to be entered thereafter. Login Id and password will be created once the mandatory requirements are filled properly.

After successful login the "Disclaimer screen" appears on the screen.

Clicking of "I agree" button on Disclaimer allows the user to proceed further, while "I decline" button sends the control back to the Login screen.

After successful login, the user can file the case electronically.

"New Case" option allows the user to file a new case.

"Modify" option allows a user to carryout changes to the already e-filed case, provided the court fee payment option is not invoked.

Court fee can be paid only through credit card.

Defects associated with the e-filed case will be e-mailed to the advocate/petitioner by the Supreme Court Registry.

Suresh Kumar (NA)     23 October 2016

YOU may not able reply through e-filing if the petitioner did not made e-filing. 

you can counter through e-filing if the same route adopted by petitioner. 

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