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ram   24 December 2014

Wish to represent my case myself, what is the procedure?

I wish to represent my case myself, what is the procedure? My uncle borrowed Rs.1,50,000/- from me one and a half year ago. I have all the necessary proofs. I am sending him a demand notice now. I wish to represent my case myself in the court of law, what is the procedure? Could somebody please share the needed information or point me where I could look for the information. Thanks in Advance.


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Karthikeyan (Manager)     24 December 2014

No need a lawyer. You can argue... just google it.

ram   24 December 2014


I have been searching in google since morning couldn't find the needed information. I even checked the official websites of Law enforcing authorities of India, no info there too.

I need the process and procedure to be followed by a Plaintiff to Self Represent his case in District Civil Court. Starting from filing a civil suit up to the judgement execution.

NATARAJAN IYER (Proprietor)     25 December 2014


visit the court ( in your case, it will be the small causes court, since amount is less than three lakhs )....

meet the bench clerk there and tell him that you intend to represent yourself.---------

use the word


ask him the procedure .... he will guide you....

Also, you can speak to the NOTARIES and they will guide you appropriately...

Purely adminstrative tasks....vakalathnama, affidavit, written statement, evidence...etc etc etc

then admission, notice, etc ------

stage hearing and orders....

but this is more of a recovery suit in nature....

speak to the bench clerk and the will get the info you need......

ram   25 December 2014

I appreciate if somebody knowledgeable shares the complete information.

Jai Karan Nagwan (consultant)     25 December 2014

You need to draft plaint ( application) with affidavit. Sign in as party in person. Pay court fees. File plaint in registry . If no objection you will be informed date of listing, most court it is listed in three days. That's all process starts.

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