Hyderabad High Court sets up committee to vet party-in-person ability to represent selfJuly 20 2018
The Hyderabad High Court has issued a notice through the Registry, notifying a more stringent vetting process for litigants seeking to argue their own cases.
An individual aspiring to appear as a party-in-person before the court will now have to file an application seeking permission to appear, at the time of filing proceedings.
Applicants will also have to file an undertaking stating that they will conduct themselves with dignity, not use objectionable or unparliamentary language and that they understand that costs . . .
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