Practice Areas

WRIT OF PROHIBITION

WRIT OF CERTIORARI


A Writ of Certiorari can be filed before the High Court or Supreme Court when the subordinate judicial or quasi Judicial authority, tribunal acts:

  • Without or in excess of jurisdiction.
  • In contravention of the rules of natural justice.
  • Commits an error apparent on the face of the record.

CONTACT AEQUITASJURIS LAW FIRM FOR LEGAL ASSISTNACE FROM AN EXPERT LAWYER IN THE SUBJECT, WHO ALSO ASSIST IN FILING AND DEFENDING THE WRIT PETITIONS BEFORE THE HIGH COURT AND SUPREME COURT OF INDIA, FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING MATTERS:

  • Challenging the orders passed by Central Government or State Government.
  • Challenging the orders passed by corporations including Municipal Corporations
  • Challenging the orders passed by Universities either Central or State.
  • Challenging the orders passed by Quasi Judicial Authority.
  • Challenging the orders passed by Tribunals either Central or State
  • Challenging the orders passed by Administrative Tribunals either Central or State
  • Quashing the FIR (First Information Report)

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