how it works

4 Easy steps

  1. The User may first select the nature of grievance he is confronting with; The User would be then furnished various “Legal options” which may be availed in respect of such “grievance”; The User may then select any of the Legal option. The User would then be furnished the applicable Form / Template; and as the User fills up the said Form and submit, he will be furnished a draft of his chosen legal option.
  2. Take for example, the User is facing the grievance of unpaid price for the goods sold and delivered.
  3. The User therefore would go to “Nature of Grievances”; and there he will find various kinds of grievances, including the grievance of “Money / debt recovery”.
  4. Once he selects “Money / debt recovery”, various legal remedies / options would be shown to him.
  5. Among various options shown to him, the User is expected to select any one of the legal remedy.
  1. We continue with the aforesaid illustration, and suppose the User selects the option of filing a “Civil Suit”, then, the User would be furnished the list of Money Suits, from wherein, the User would select applicable and appropriate Suit, depending upon the facts of his case.
  2. In the instant case, whereas the User would select “Suit for unpaid price of goods sold and delivered”, the User would be furnished “Nature of concerned Legal proceeding” wherein the User may examine the attributes of Suit Remedy, and may take a final decision whether to go ahead with the said remedy. Similarly, a brief idea about each of the Legal proceeding is furnished.
  3. Once the User has decided to go ahead with the Suit remedy, he is required to furnish very basic information about himself, i.e., his Name, Email ID, Residence Pin Code, and whether if he / she belongs to legal fraternity; and thereafter the User would be directed to a Form.
  1. A Form is conceptualized wherein the essential details of a Suit proceeding are arranged. The User is required to fill up the details, like Parties to the litigation, Jurisdiction of the Court, Relief prayed, Material facts of the case, Limitation Clause, Verification Clause and so on. Each Form contains averments as to Relief claimed, Material facts of the case, Limitation clause (for Suits), grounds for Relief (for Writs) etc. Further, the Forms have “Instructions” at each step to facilitate filling up of details in the said Form.
  1. The “filled up Form”, after “DOWNLOAD”, would automatically be converted into a formal legal Application, which was being selected by the User, be the Civil Suit, Writ Petition. The User would be immediately furnished with a “Word file” of the said Legal Application Template, at their computer device.
  2. Further, it may be noted that, the Legal Application Templates herein have two categories, i.e. the “Form to Template” and “direct Template”.
  3. As a pilot project, only Civil Suits including Summary Suits and Writ proceedings are designed in the “Form to Template” fashion, and for rest of the Legal proceedings, concerned Legal template would be furnished to the User at their Email address.
  4. Like for example, if remedy of Civil Suit / Summary Suits / Writ Petition is selected, then, after filling up of personal details by the User i.e. their Name, Email ID, and Residence Pin Code etc., the User would be furnished with a Form, wherein, after filling up the details in the Form, the User would be furnished at their computer device, the “Draft of said Legal proceeding”.
  5. And for all other Legal proceedings like Insolvency, Winding up, Criminal Complaints and so on, after filling up of personal details by the User, the User would be furnished / transmitted concerned Legal Template at their email address. These Legal Templates would also contain extensive “Instructions” to facilitate preparing the draft of the said Legal proceeding.
  6. Both, “Draft of Legal Proceeding” and “Legal Template” contains the general procedure prescribed under the law, to prosecute the concerned legal proceeding. Like for example, the procedure prescribed for Suits, Criminal complaints, Writ Petitions, etc.
  7. In so far as “Draft of Legal proceeding” is concerned, the Users would be required to edit / modify, customize and format the said draft, to make it typical to one’s facts and circumstances; and the Users would also require to edit/modify it, to make it in compliance to other requirements of law, including, spacing between lines, font size, side margins and alike thing, which are peculiar to a Court wherein the concerned “Legal proceeding” would be instituted.
  8. And, so as to secure and maintain secrecy from the Users perception, it is assured that the Admin. of the Website would NOT have access to any of the details which the Users would fill up in the Form. The Admin. would only have access to (i) personal details which were furnished by the User, and (ii) the category of Form/ Template which is being used by the User. Furthermore, the Users, as they think fit, may avoid filling details in the Form which they consider as sensitive or confidential; and all those information / details may be filled up when the User is furnished with the Draft Legal Application.
  9. And, there may be a situation where the User has already decided to pursue a particular legal remedy to his grievance. In such a situation, the User may instead of exploring Nature of grievance”, may go to “Legal proceedings”, and may select his decided Legal Application.
  10. We may take the same example of recovery of debt / money for unpaid price of goods sold and delivered.
  11. Suppose the User has already decided to file a Civil Suit for the aforesaid recovery, and therefore, he would go to “Legal proceedings”, wherein he would be shown various kinds of Legal proceedings, including of Civil Suits. He then selects “Civil Suits”; wherein he will be shown various categories of Suits which are filed, including Money Suits. He then selects “Money Suits”, wherein then, the User would be furnished the list of Money Suits, from wherein, he would select applicable and appropriate Suit, depending upon the facts of his case. The rest of the process, of furnishing of concerned Form, etc. is the same as stated hereinbefore.