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Q. Court notice for credit card recovery

I got a court notice from district court Nagpur for recovery of 291000 dues of sbi credit card. I am almost bankrupt with no movable or immovable property to dispose and settle the issue. Kindly advice what to do.
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A. File and insolvency suit.

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Shreyash Mohta

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A. U should file insolvency suit . For Ur security

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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A. Dear Sir,
Just appear along with a junior advocate and try to drag on the matter as no specific loan terms were signed by you and also not electronically signed the loan agreement. Thus it is a invalid agreement so and so forth.
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