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Appeal Over SIC Decision; To which court?

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vtexeira

Suppose an Appellant not satisfied with the SIC decision where to Appeal over it?Is it to the High-Court only?Is it possible to file appeal over the SIC Decision in the local Sessions Court? Any literature s on this issue?

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, you have to file W.P. in hon'ble High Court only.

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koteswararaonerella

you need to file your appeal with high court only and sessions court etc., will not have any juristrictions to entertain appeal over SIC/CIC decisions .

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MANOJ B. PATEL

With due respect, Session Court has no jurisdiction to hear any complain/petition against SIC/CIC.

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Prasad GLN

Now, there is a need for blog / format of a writ to be filed for guiding those who are not satisfied with CIC/SIC decisions.

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vtexeira

May I get any Bolg/format of Writ Petition (WP) of appeal over the CIC/SIC decisions

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, you need a RTI Act knowing lawyer for filing W.P. in High Court.

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karira

If it is your first time filing a WP against a SIC order and going to High Court, then better to engage a lawyer.

 

After the first experience, if you are confident, you can do on your own - as Petitioner in Person.

 

However be prepared to face aggressive and unfriendly judges.

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