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Q.Withdrawal Affidavit
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Q. Withdrawal Affidavit

If someone wants to withdraw before admittance of the case in NCDRC.. what's the procedure like. Does one has to just inform the lawyer or it's so that an affidavit for withdrawal has to be given in the court. If so, any format... may please be shared. The case no has been allocated but the case is pending for some conformity to comply to Section 12(1)(c)
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A. Section 12 (1) (c) of the Consumer Protection Act, 1996, deals with clubbing the cases of many people or complainants for similar case. It seems that many people have got the same case and hence it is being waitlisted. In case you do not want to pursue this case any further then approach your lawyer and ask him to withdraw the case. He/She should be able to do the needful.

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Abhimanyu Shandilya

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