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yogesh (will tell you later)     22 July 2008

Written Arguments

Please inform whether there is provision of filing Written Arguments in C.W.P ?


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 11 Replies

Srinivas.B.S.S.T ( Advocate)     22 July 2008

Can you tell me what C.W.P is?

Guest (n/a)     22 July 2008

its civil writ petition(C.W.P) the terminology acceptable in Hon'ble High Court

Srinivas.B.S.S.T ( Advocate)     23 July 2008

Sorry my friend i am a trial court advocate

Shrikant (Senior executive legal)     23 July 2008

yes u can file wriiten notes of argument but that goes to the bad impresion , judges think that your not having faith. I would suggest you only those circumtances you file written notes of argument when you are not having faith on Judge.

Guest (n/a)     26 July 2008

This is my submission that when you are going in the mode of the written arguments that time you must make the statement aginst your cliints defense that from plaint to cross of your client and show what the othersides confession and what he had done the act and what he had sone 


 

Guest (n/a)     28 July 2008

YES YOU CAN DEFINATELY FILE WRITTEN ARGUMENTS AS IT IS HELPFUL FOR A JUDGE TOREVISE WHILE DECIDING THE MATTER.

shamit sanyal (advocate)     12 August 2008

With the Leave of the Court written Notes Of arguments(WNA) Can be filed.


WNA are as good as your submissions,you can Assist the court properly.


supportive Reference of the cases relied on can be cited with relevent extracts.


I dont think Any one can condem a fair process of assisting a court ,WNA may prove beneficial.

shamit sanyal (advocate)     12 August 2008

Dear Mr Shrikanth can You Please clarify your view?

smith sharma (lecturer)     12 August 2008

Hi,


        Mr.Yogesh,


                             absolutely u can file written notes of arguments {WNA}.IT;s beneficial 4 u n judge who decided the case n also court.


with regards


Mis. Smith Sharma{Lawyer}

kranthi (retainer advocate)     13 October 2011

with the permission of court you can file Written Arguements

Advocate Rajiv Mishra (advocate)     21 October 2011

Yes u can.

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