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Application Fee - Court Fee stamp.


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RAVEENA_O

If you are seeking information from Central Public Authority, you cannot use Court Fee Stamp as application fee.

Please verify your state RTI Rules. If Court Fee stamp is a prescribed mode for payment of RTI Fee, you can use it. Else, use one of the other acceptable mode of payment.

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Prasad GLN

Remember to search website to read RTI rules and regulations of Public authority as it helps for locating correct PIO, format of application, the mode of remitting RTI fee. This is the first step towards learning RTI.

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Sunil Ahya

Dear SRJ,

 

Can you tell us on which subject matter (police, municipality, passport, railways etc.) are you seeking information.

 

Because depending upon the subject matter, one can tell whether State Govt. RTI Rules will apply or whether Central Govt. RTI Rules will apply.

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karira
It's a police department and telangana state.

 

Court Fee stamp is a valid mode of payment for RTI application fees in Telangana.

 

Just paste the stamp on top of your RTI application.

 

Dont forget to take a photocopy of your RTI application with the stamp pasted on it - before you

send the RTI.

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