Respondent's non-reply Respondent's non-reply

In my case the date is increasing from date to 7 months there is no reply by the respondent has the defendant lost the right to reply if the matter is to be settled how to do if the respondent present

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Hi,
You may either seek an ex parte order because the other party isn't there, or you can try to talk to them and settle the disagreement peacefully.
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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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Reply notice Reply notice

If the court has reserved a post for a candidate in a recruitment and sent a notice to the respondent, then the respondent will respond to the notice after selecting him for that post?

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Defendant ko notice milne ke baad apni jababdehi karni hogi. Notice dene ka arth yahi hota hai ki defendant ko suna jae koi aadesh karne se pahle.

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Pardeep Kumar Dhiman  Dhiman

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About order About order

Case stage - "FOR ORDERS- DEFAULT CASES" What does mean of this case stage and what happens after?

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Hi.
A default order occurs when the defendant in a legal case fails to respond to a court summons or does not appear in court. If this occurs, a court may rule in favor of the plaintiff by default.
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Notice Notice

"Case stage - FOR ADMISSION NOTICE SERVED" What does mean of this case stage and what happens after?

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A. Hi,
There are several phases that lead up to the cases being heard. The process begins with both parties receiving legal notice, and then the rest follows. This is the stage at which a case is awaiting admission and the parties are obliged to be present. If your current case status is admission, it means the case will be heard for the first time, and appropriate orders will be issued if necessary. Respondents will be directed to file a counter in the matter - this stage is called interlocutory, ...ReadMore

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Writ Writ

"Delay in filing the notice is condoned.Office to process"what mean of this order?

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Hi,
The Limitation Act ascertains which cases, when filed, have lost the right to be adjudicated because of falling beyond the statutory time period given. It is also the case in your situation however, the court has allowed the petition. Office to process conveys the same.
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Writ Petition Writ Petition

"Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that while therewere four posts of TSP area and there was no reservation for any female candidate for grant of one post to female in the TSP area out of fou

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A. Dear Sir,
The orders are in favor of petitioner that is who filed the writ petition. Discuss on phone for more clarifications.

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Writ Writ

How can the case be disposed of if the respondent is not responding to the notice?

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A. Dear Sir,
Orders will be passed ex parte.

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Writ Writ

How much time is given to the respondent after the notice is given and the respondent shall reply to the notice reply only on the date fixed by the Court or may respond even earlier?

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A. The Respondent can reply even before the next hearing date or on the next date and it depends on the Respondent but certainly not after the hearing date as court will take that lightly. Many a times the Respondents who are willing to settle the matter fast reply much before the next hearing date.

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Writ Petition Writ Petition

Since six months in my writ petition, the case stage is "FOR ADMISSION -NOTICE SERVED" and the date of listing is increasing. How long will the matter be heard?

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Posted 7 months ago


A. Hi,
There might be two reasons for such delay. First is the generic issue of delay in court process and second might be due to the imposition of nationwide lockdown. You can still try to classify your matter for urgent listing through the HC website or by informing the registrar.
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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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Posted 7 months ago


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