Filing a PIL

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About Public Interest Litigation

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is a suit filed by a legally aware person on behalf of a group of those whose right has been violated and is unaware of the same. Once the decision to file a PIL is made, all relevant information and documents must be collected to back your case. You can argue in person or appoint an advocate to fight the case. In any case, it is advisable to consult an advocate before filing a PIL. If one intends to argue in person, they must be prepared to explain the issue and convince the court in the little time that given. 

Once you are ready with the PIL copy and intend to file it in the High Court, two copies of the petition must be submitted to the court. Additionally, a copy of the petition has to be served to each respondent in advance. Proof that the copy was given to the respondents has to be affixed in the petition.

If the PIL is filed in the Supreme Court, then five copies of the petition are to be filed before the court. The Respondent is served with the copy only when the notice is issued from the court.

Documents Required

  • Self Attested PAN Card copy
  • Self Attested copy of any one of the Identity Proof(Voter's ID/Passport/Driver's License)
  • Self Attested copy of Address Proof in the name of director (Any utility bill i.e., mobile bill/water bill/ electricity bill, or bank statement which should not be older than two months)
  • Passport-sized photograph
  • Rent Agreement (Notarised: For rented property)
  • Sale Deed/Property Deed in English (in case of owned property)
  • No-objection Certificate from property owner
  • Latest Electricity Bill / Mobile or Telephone Bill / Latest Bank Statement/Gas Bill
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