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"Writing in Anger against the lawyers n judges"Views: 135
Dec 24, 2008 3:09 pm re: re: re: re: "Writing in Anger against the lawyers n judges"

Ritu
'BTW I'm neither a judge, bor do I have one in the family, nor am I a lawyer and am subject to correction from more learned members of this forum ...'

~~Jayant you are not a lawyer but you definitely spoke like one n I am definitely amused by the way you interpreted solved vs adjudged...but I guess we tend to use the words loosely over here this not being court or law paper...solved bolo ya adjudged ki phark penda? as long as we get to the essence of the matter which is delay n not whether courts solve/adjudge :-p...but yep this kinda observations can get you full marks in Prof Ritu's law classes.

'Pls. write back if you need any help .. I 've got friends and contacts at good places.'

~~ I guess that must be the about the only way to get around the "Next Day", huh??

Rashmi, believe me the delay the is also painful in civil cases n I've got lotsa angst inside me cos of this.

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