Drafts for Appeals

Drafts for Appeals

Mostly the disputes of Land Records & Revenue records are found in property card,7/12 &    maps. It was adjudicated by Competent Govt. Authority with the help of provision in Maharashtra Land Revenue Code, 1966, Registration Act, 1908, Transfer of Property Act, 1882, Land Acquisition Act, Bombay Prevention of Fragmentation & Consolidation of Holding Act 1947(B.P.F.C.H.) and procedures mentioned in City Survey Manual by F.G.H. Anderson 1917 & Manual Of Land Surveying by R.G.Gordon,1912 etc.

2. Drafts for Appeals

Overview of appellate courts or boards and their role in reviewing decisions.

Researching and understanding the relevant legal framework for your case.

Reviewing the initial decision or judgment and identifying potential grounds for appeal, such as legal errors or procedural irregularities.

Crafting an introduction that clearly states the nature of the appeal and provides a concise overview of the case.
Presenting a factual summary of relevant facts and building strong legal arguments supported by laws, regulations, and precedents.
Addressing errors or deficiencies in the original decision and anticipating counterarguments.

Gathering and including relevant documents, records, witness statements, expert opinions, or other evidence to substantiate your claims.
Ensuring the authenticity and admissibility of the evidence according to the applicable rules and procedures.

Using clear and concise language, avoiding jargon, and presenting complex legal concepts in an understandable manner.
Following proper formatting and citation guidelines.