Notice Notice

Notice Served means that the complaints made by the plaintiff have been considered correct by the defendant or does anything else mean notice Served?

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A. Hi,
A legal notice is a formal written communication between the parties.
Through a legal notice, the sender notifies the recipient about his intention of undertaking legal proceedings against the latter.
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Writ Writ

What does mean "notice served"?

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A. Hi,
If you could explain as to how did you receive the phone, what was written on the parcel, did you cancel the order and even then it got delivered, it would be better for me to give you a solution. Please repost your query, and you will get a response at the earliest.
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Writ Writ

What does mean case stage - FOR ADMISSION NOTICE SERVED and What action does the court take after that?

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A. It means the case has been taken by the court and notice instructing to come for the first hearing as been served to the other side

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Writ Writ

What does mean cast stage -FOR ADMISSION- NOTICE SERVED?

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A. Hi,
If your present case status is showing as admission,
It means that first time, the case will be heard.
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How much time is the defendant given after the default hearing?

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A. Hi,
This usually depends upon the court's discretion. However, The time period to file a defence is 28 days from the date you are served with the Claim.
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Writ Writ

If no reply is received by the respondent, then the maximum time it can take to settle a writ petition?

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The time taken by the court to settle the petition could not be calculated, it particularly depends upon the court's will.

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Writ Writ

"Delay in filing the notice is condoned." This order is delayed by the petitioner or is delayed by the respondents?

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A. Hi,
Depends on who was supposed to file the notice. The default can be from either of the sides.

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Vimlesh Prasad Mishra

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Vimlesh Prasad Mishra

Vimlesh Prasad Mishra

Writ Writ

Once a petition is filed by a candidate regarding a mess going on in the recruitment, if the High Court orders to secure a post in the recruitment, is it mandatory to fill that post or will it be furt

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The decision can always be appealed, a stay can also be granted on the order.

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Writ Writ

There were four posts in TSP area and there was no reservation for any female candidate to be given one post in the TSP area of ​​four posts and further results of only three persons were declared

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Yes you can go ahead with the writ petition, even in 2020.

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Can anyone share a copy of the Bombay High court Office Order dated 31.10.2018 on correction in writ petition, to remove the official objections in the writ petition and file a detailed praecipe for

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A. most of high courts have their judgement s uploaded in their website.
so you can search exact case yourself.

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