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Procedure For Filing A Case
Detailed procedure for filling and valak nama
There is a detailed procedure laid down, for filing a civil case. If the procedure is not followed, then the registry has a right to dismiss the suit
 
The Procedure is as follows:
Filing Of Suit/Plaint
Vakalatnama
Court Fees
How Proceedings Are Conducted
Written Statement
Replication By Plaintiff
Filing Of Other Documents
Framing Of Issues/List Of Witness
Final Hearing
Appeal, Reference And Review
Limitation

Filing of Suit/Plaint

    Plaint is that the written complaint/allegation. One WHO files it's called "Plaintiff" and against whom it's filed is understood as "Defendant"

     The plaint has got to be filed within the limit prescribed within the Limitation Act, and may be typewritten copy, in double line area. Name of the Court, Nature of criticism, Names and Address of parties to be suit has got to be clearly mentioned.

    Plaint ought to additionally contain verification from litigant, stating that, contents of the plaint are true and proper


    Vakalatnama

    A person/party filing a case may additionally represent their own case in person in any court.
    However, thanks to lack of information of Law and Technical Procedures, Lawyers are engaged to report the interest of parties.

    ‚ÄúVakalatnama", could be a document, by that the party filing the case authorises the Advocate to represent on their behalf?
    On General Terms, a Vakalatnama could contain the falling terms:
    The shopper won't hold the Advocate accountable for any call.
    The shopper shall bear all the prices and/expenses incurred throughout the proceedings.
    The advocate shall have right to retain the documents, unless complete fees are paid.
    The shopper is unengaged to disengage the Advocate at any stage of the Proceedings.
    The Advocate shall have all the correct to require selections on his own within the court of Law, throughout the hearing, to the simplest interest of shopper.
    Vakalatnama is affixed on the last page of plaint/suit and is unbroken along with court records.
    No fees are needed to be paid thereon.

    However, nowadays, Old Delhi court Rules need, a ten Rupees. "Advocate Welfare Stamp" to be affixed on the Vakalatnama.


    Plaint ought to even have the requisite court fees connected to that. Court fees are some nominal share of worth the worth} of the claim or value of the suit. The requisite quantity of Court and stamp fees is totally different for each suit, and is mentioned within the "Court Fees statute."

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