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rahoolkumar

Time limit for Family case.

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rahoolkumar

Hello, I would like to know that is there any time limit for family (Divorce) case, which proceeding is already going on lower court ? Under RTI Act whom to address to know the details. I am from Kolkata and my case is pending in Judges Court, New Alipore.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

 

This portal is dedicated to discussing issues related to RTI Act 2005.

 

For doubts/queries, such as yours, best is to consult a knowledgeble advocate.

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Prasad GLN

Now the proceedings in each Court were uploaded in their site or else get the information from your advocate or some other and RTI is not necessary for routine things.

If you want to know still through RTI , file application to PIO of that Court seeking proceedings/docket orders of case No....in.....court at.......Please search Court website, as RTI fees may vary and different to Courts.

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RAVEENA_O

Since the matter is in court, it would be better to obtain the information through your advocate.

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karira

RTI will ONLY help you getting information available on record.

 

No court has any information On'how long it will take a case to decide" .

 

Unless the Act under which the case has been filed has a specific provision for time limits.

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