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Meenu Khurana

Hello,

Please provide me list in which states in India wherein court fee is applicable as RTI fee under RTI Act, 2005

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Prasad GLN

There is no clarity in your query.

It is presumed that you wish to know as to name of the states, where Adhesive Court fee stamps are accepted as RTI Fee for seeking information under RTI Act.

Almost all states accept Adhesive Court fee stamp as RTI Fee except where Central RTI rules and regulations apply.

For more particulars, kindly check it and find in RTI guide of individual states.

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Please check all states fee rules easily AVAILABLE in homepage of rtiindia forum one by one.

 

You will ACHIEVE DESIRED TO COMPILE DATA of nation and IT WILL BE FULL AUTHENTIC BASED ON EYESIGHT AND AS PER STATE FEE RULES AND YOU .Why to believe us if law/rules are for view in homepage of forum.

Its best way to achieve authentic desired.

 

With due regards.

 

with due regards

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karira
Hello,

Please provide me list in which states in India wherein court fee is applicable as RTI fee under RTI Act, 2005

 

Please check the RTI Rules for each state - available in our Guide section:

 

Guide

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Sunil Ahya

Would appreciate if you can compile the said information, and post it here in this thread for the benefit of all the members.

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Prasad GLN

At least those few states which do not accept Court fee stamp as RTI Fee.

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