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MANOJ HARIT (LAWYER)     18 November 2010


Resp Experts,

I'm fighting my own case in DRT. The stages are given below. Kindly guide as regards to the future course of action - 

1. Application for OA dismissal filed by me.

2. The Hon P.O. sets it aside with a remark that this Application would be decided along with OA. & orders to submit CAOD.

3. I've filed for review of this internal order of The Hon P.O. & the same was accepted by the Tribunal. 

4. On the date of hearing the P.O. says the Application for review is not valid technically & the same should be filed under a separate I.A. number. And orders that the next date is final for CAOD.

5. I've still not submitted the W.S.

Kindly guide.



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JT Rajasuriya, Chennai (Advocate 98410 53790)     18 November 2010


               Although you may approach DRT for certain protraction of the issue or even the courts - ultimately (it's bitter to say) you'll be the loser. As the more you procrastinate, the more liable you become by way of additional interest and at the end the `due amount' will snowball into a very huge sum. That is the sorry state of today's law.

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