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RIGHT TO INFORMATION/WRIT PETITION
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  File RTI application
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  the Right to Information Act (RTI) is an Act  "to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens"  The Act applies to all States and Union Territories of India.You may extract an info from the govtdept and which can be used for contesting a legal case or for your information.
  Appeal
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  Where the RTI applicant doesn’t receive any reply on RTI application there the applicant has a right to prefer an appeal before the commission after going through with some procedures. And thereafter commission will look into the matter
Writ petition
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  A Writ is a formal written order issued by a Court. A Writ Petition can be filed in the High Court (Article 226) or the Supreme Court (Article 32) of India when any of your fundamental right is violated.
Writ petition is drafted by our legal experts.
 
Types of writs are
 
A writ of Habeas Corpu is used by the Courts to see if a person has been illegally detained. If yes, the court can order for his release. He himself, a friend or even a relative can file a writ of Habeas Corpus.
Habeas Corpus means ‘Let us have the body’ (let us see the person who has been illegally detained).
A writ of Mandamus is issued by a Higher Court to a Lower Court, Tribunal or a Public Authority to perform an Act which such a Lower Court etc. is bound to perform. If a public official or a babu isn’t performing his duty the Court can order him to do that.Mandamus means ‘We command’; (we command you to do this)
A writ of Prohibition, also known as a ‘stay order’ is issued to a Lower Court or a body to stop acting beyond its powers.
writ of Certiorari is issued by the Supreme Court to a Lower Court or any other body to transfer the case to itself.
The writ of Quo Warranto is issued to prevent a person from acting in a government office when he is not entitled.
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
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