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shiv sharma (NA)     21 July 2011

To serve legal notice

Sir, I would like to file a writ petition against my employer in the High Court, Chandigarh. The matter is about pay fixation. I will not be hiring any lawyer.

Is it mandatory to serve a legal notice?

If yes, what should be the format of such notice.



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Mohd Musabbir Ansari (Legal Practice/Litigation New Delhi 09582547570 )     23 July 2011

Mr. Sharma

Writ is maintainable only against the State if it is violating any of the fundamental rights enshrined in the Article 14 to 31 of the Constitution of India.First you need to go through Article 12 of the Constitution in order to understand the meaning of State.

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shiv sharma (NA)     25 July 2011

Originally posted by :Mohd Musabbir Ansari
"
Mr. Sharma

Writ is maintainable only against the State if it is violating any of the fundamental rights enshrined in the Article 14 to 31 of the Constitution of India.First you need to go through Article 12 of the Constitution in order to understand the meaning of State.
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 Sir, My issue is with a deemed university. thanks.


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