Case Status
 

Case Status

Case Status includes information on pending or decided cases. The information can be attained from the recorded databases of the concerned courts. Case Status also includes the orders signed by the courts.To recover the data from the Case Status,case number, name of the petitioner, advocate name, and details of lower court are required. These details are necessary for retrieval of data from any HighCourt Case Status.

High Court Case Status

There are 20 high courts in India, which includes Allahabad, Allahabad (Lucknow Bench), Andhra Pradesh, Bombay, Bombay at Goa, Calcutta, Chhattisgarh, Madras, Delhi, Guwahati, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jabalpur, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Patna, Punjab and Haryana, Rajasthan-Jaipur, and Rajasthan-Jodhpur. Though information on High Court Case Status can be attained without any problem, there are some special cases which are sealed and has no access to its information.

Before starting with the retrieval of information on High Court Case Status, a general opinion can be taken from the clerk’s office concerning the charges involved. Basically, the process does not involve any cost, but there are exceptional cases where some fee is to be paid. On the submission of the above mentioned details, you will get an access to any High Court Case Status and retrieve data concerning your matter of interest. If having any doubts concerning any legal matter or similar issues, consult a lawyer. As the High Court Case Status is complicated and several court codes are used, it will be advisable to always seek a lawyer’s advice, since they are thoroughly acquainted with the legal procedures and the court system.

An option of getting the information on High Court Case Status is also available online. When searching on the internet, a link on National Information appears. After logging in, information like case number (including practically all kinds of cases), advocate name (in full or part), text (which includes a part of the case or its judgement and its date), and orders by text are asked for. When filled in and submitted, the current case status appears on the screen. This is a much easier way of getting the information on High Court Case Status without any hassle.

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