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PIL in Supreme Court

INTRODUCTION TO SUPREME COURT PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION:

Public interest litigation is also called as Pro Bono Litigation and it can be filed by any person on behalf of others. A public interest litigation can be filed before the Supreme Court by any affected or concerned person raising the legal issues involved, the legal grounds on which the petition is being filed. The Petitioner in a Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation has to swear an affidavit to the effect that he has no personal benefit in the matter. We have also provided the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation format with important tips drafted our experts.

Important steps and tips for Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation:

(i) The suggested format of the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation
is being given by us hereunder, the same can be downloaded and modified according to the facts.

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(i) 1+5 copies of the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation
are to be filed on legal size papers.

(i) Affidavit of the petitioner duly sworn is also to be filed along with the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation.

(ii) Annexures, as referred to in the Writ Petitioner with court fees of Rs.2/- per annexure, is to be filed along with the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation.

(iv) Court fee of Rs.50/- per petitioner (In Crl. Matter no court fee is to be fixed).

(v) Index of papers as the format is given hereunder is to be filed along with the PIL in Supreme Court.

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(vi) Cover page of the PIL in Supreme Court is to be filed as per the format as given.

(vii) All miscellaneous applications etc to be stamped @ Rs 12 per application in the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation.

(viii) Court fees of Rs 5/- is to be affixed on the Memo of appearance in the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation.

(ix) Synopsis and list of dates to be filed along with the Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation.

(x) It can be termed as Pro Bono Litigation as well.

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