Civil Procedure Code (CPC)

What address a homeless person mention in PIL/Writ petition


Dear Learned members, please advice about following:

1) What address a homeless person will mention in his PIL/Writ petition. He lives on footpaths, wilderness, leading a nomadic life.

2) A social worker wants to protect his name and address in a PIL/Writ petition because the matter is involved of possible mafia interests. Since a person can have many aliases, for his name in PIL/Writ can he mention his alias name? For his address in PIL/Writ can he write he has no permanent address?


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Nationalist

I too is curious to know, how this situation can be dealt with.

Any expert plz. plz. contribute here.

I will be thankful to them.

 
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POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE

Yes it is one of the real situation in India now while prevelant in even devopled countries like USA.

Yes you can say you are a pavment dweller and with some initial hiccups they have to accept it.


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Advocate

1.Mr/Mrs.X, Cocoon Bombay Foot paths,Bombay India.

2.Alias can be used as long as he can be identified.

 
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Nationalist

thanks a lot Lnd. Adv. Shashikumarji for ur valuable reply.

 
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TEACHER CITIZEN OF INDIA

Mr/Mrs x footpath....Name of city...District magistrate/president of india

 
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as per my view care of adress can write  in anycourt i think it will help full to home less

 
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good one and serious too.

The purpose of address in the petitions is only to identify the person and for correspondance purpose.

so for that care of address may be given if possible otherwise u can inform the court without any hitch.

 
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retd personal

These are glaring examples of children of lesser Gods. Write the name and address of the nearest place of worship of his/her choice.

 
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