Nawab Family Property Division: Today is the last day to appeal the division plan

Rampur. Friday is the last day that objections are filed against the proposed division plan put forward in the case of the Nawab family’s property division. The parties’ lawyers are preparing for this. The parties may be able to appeal the proposed division plan through their lawyers on Friday.
In Rampur, the Nawab family has more than 2,600 crores of assets, which are being distributed in the District Judge’s Court. In July 2019, the Supreme Court ordered the division according to Sharia. The district judge was given responsibility for the distribution. But since last year until now, court-related work has also been affected due to the corona infection, which means that this process could not be completed within the specified period. But now that trial has gained momentum in court.
The proposed division plan was presented to the court on Thursday, July 15, in the case. Subsequently, objections were raised by all parties. A deadline of 15 days has been set for filing the objection, which will be completed on Friday.
In this case, 11 party attorney Harsh Gupta said Friday is the last day to file an objection. Preparations are being made for this. At the same time, bipartite lawyer Sandeep Saxena said preparations are being made to appeal on Friday, possibly through their parties.

Rampur. Friday is the last day that objections are filed against the proposed division plan put forward in the case of the Nawab family’s property division. The parties’ lawyers are preparing for this. The parties may be able to appeal the proposed division plan through their lawyers on Friday.

In Rampur, the Nawab family has more than 2,600 crores of assets, which are being distributed in the District Judge’s Court. In July 2019, the Supreme Court ordered the division according to Sharia. The district judge was given responsibility for the distribution. But since last year until now, court-related work has also been affected due to the corona infection, which means that this process could not be completed within the specified period. But now that trial has gained momentum in court.

The proposed division plan was presented to the court on Thursday, July 15, in the case. Subsequently, objections were raised by all parties. A deadline of 15 days has been set for filing the objection, which will be completed on Friday.

In this case, 11 party attorney Harsh Gupta said Friday is the last day to file an objection. Preparations are being made for this. At the same time, bipartite lawyer Sandeep Saxena said preparations are being made to appeal on Friday, possibly through their parties.

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