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  • #3569

    We have filed writ petition through advocate madamus in high court till now no objections have filed by respondents it’s already one month over no objections filed still case is not admitted or rejected what we have to do?
    Please guide me.
    Thankyou sir

  • #3570

    We have filed writ petition through advocate madamus in high court till now no objections have filed by respondents it’s already one month over no objections filed still case is not admitted or rejected what we have to do?
    Please guide me.
    Thankyou sir

  • #3573

    You may have to check from your advocate and/or the high court registry as to how much time has been given to the respondents to file their reply / objections. One month is not at all a long period, generally speaking, unless the writ petition is of a very urgent nature. In some high courts (such as in Delhi high court), usually a period of 2-3 months is given for filing reply. Subsequently, on request, such time to file reply may be extended also. Delay in courts is a well-known fact. You’ll have to have patience. In any case, such things should better be asked from your advocate.

         


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