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My slp civil is of year 2015 filed in july 2015 is not getting listed for hearing in after notice stage for admission whereas i see many matters in the same stage of year 2017 or 2016 getting listed. something wrong with the new software ? or should i claim benefit under ladies and senior citizen category not claimed during filing ?
It is generally not possible to compare the listings of two different SLPs. Generally, after notice is issued, the SLP is listed before the Registrar court for service on respondents and completion of the pleadings (replies), which is some cases take one or two years or even more. So, it may appear that the SLP is being listed again and again. Then, in some SLPs, the issue may be urgent or small issue. Sometimes, the advocate concerned would mention the case before the court for early hearing giving justifiable reasons.
If you check the SC website, you may find several SLPs which may be much older than your SLP also. I am myself having SLPs which are much older than yours. So, it all depends on the facts of each case.
If you feel that your case is of urgent nature and needs early hearing or is being unduly delayed, then your advocate can mention the case before the court for an early hearing. If you can justify an early hearing, the court may allow it.
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