Bazila Jan 16 November 2018
Adv Deepak Joshi +917017821512 (Advocate) 16 November 2018
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Emma Sparks 05 May 2021
Hey, you can simply write a proper leave of request for this or maybe a letter. If you have a hard time in writing it, you can always take help from professional writers for this, like you pay for your CV or any other writing service.
Arpita Chauhan 15 May 2021
People are allowed to file a Special Leave Petition through Article 136 of the Constitution of India.
Special Leave Petition means that an aggrieved person can file a special permission to be heard in front of the Apex Court against any judgment or order passed by any Court or Tribunal in the territory of India.
First of all, this can only be filed by the aggrieved party against the judgment or order of refusal to grant certificate.
This Petition is filed in a case where great injustice has taken place with the aggrieved party and it becomes a substantial question of law.
The Person who files the Special Leave Petition has to provide a detailed synopsis of the facts of the case and the issues presented along with the list of date while filing this petition. The Petitioner also have to frame the question of law to appeal against the judgment.
One thing that is very important and the person needs to keep in mind is that the time period for filing the petition against the judgment of the HC is ninety days from the day the judgment was passed and for the order of HC refusing the grant the certificate of fitness for appeal to SC, the time period is sixty days from the day when such order was passed.
Once , this Special Leave Petition is registered and presented before the Apex Court, the aggrieved person will get an opportunity to be heard.
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Special Leave Petition (SLP)
However, SLP cannot be obtained to challenge any judgment,/decree/determination/ sentence or order passed or made by any court or tribunal constituted by or under any law relating to the Armed Forces [Article 136(2)].