Public Interest Litigation

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What is a Public Interest Litigation?

PIL is directly files by a person or a group of persons (like an NGO) in the High Court or the Supreme Court. PIL is one of the easiest methods of obtaining justice. Also, one need not be personally suffering to file a PIL. It is a common way of bring about political, social or legal change.

Process

You are supposed to fill your details in our simple information form.

Advantage

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1. PIL is cheap requiring a nominal court fee and stamp papers of Rs. 50 per respondent only.

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2. PIL focuses on larger social issues.

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3. There is no restriction as to who can file a PIL

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4. It is a speedy remedy as a PIL can be directly filed in the High Court or Supreme Court without having to go through the time consuming hierarchy.

All evidence and documents or information supporting your case.

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FAQ

The cause must be for the betterment of a class of people or general public at large. It cannot be for the benefit for only one or 2 persons or a small group of people.

Yes. However, it is advisable to consult a lawyer in order to understand the legal technicalities.

A PIL can be field in any High Court or the Supreme Court.

No. The court shall analyse your application first.

Yes. The PIL, unlike every other suit does not require the person filing to be an aggrieved party.

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