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Q.Obtaining Decree and E.P in the related MCOP case

Q. Obtaining Decree and E.P in the related MCOP case

Can I have the copy of Decree and EP for the MCOP case, from the UIICo., Ltd., Divisional Office , Hosur, under RTI or Other existing procedure.
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A. dear client in your matter You or your lawyer can apply for the copy directly. Infact by paying the nominal charges you can get the certified copy..

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Deepak Bade

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Responded 6 days ago

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A. Only the party and the duly authorised lawyer only can apply for the Decree in the prescribed form by paying the prescribed fees following the procedure.

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Ambrose Leo

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A. You or your lawyer can apply for the copy directly. Infact by paying the nominal charges you can get the certified copy..

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Taran Dwivedi

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Responded 1 year ago

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A. Yes dear, Both the parties meaning you and your opposite party has the right to receive copy from the Court.

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Purbasha Roy

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Responded 1 year ago

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A. Sir,
Any civil case the Plaintiff and Respondent have a right to receive copy from court.

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Johnson Thangiah

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A. Hi,
Yes you can have the copy if the decree, if you were an interested party in the case.
By following the procedure under RTI, it might be a time consuming process as because they will have a time frame of 30 days to reply and if they do not reply then you will have to file appeal.
There are other existing procedures for getting the copy.

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Vedant Lakhotia

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Responded 1 year ago

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