Civil lawsuit - my mother is 72 years old
My mother is 72 years old and staying alone, Someone(BKR) filed a civil suit on her with false allegations accusing she took 10 lakhs. What happened was she took 10 lakhs and gave a cash receipt to BKR mentioning she will do agreement on her property. Afterwards BKR came and said he no longer wanted to do the agreement but want the 2.5 cents land registered on his son's name. My mother registered that land on his son's name but forgot to take the cash receipt back after registration. He also built a 3 storey building on the property in these 2 years. Online registration proof and EC is there that my mother registered property on his son's name. Now he came back with the old cash receipt and filed lawsuit falsely alleging that she didn't return the money. My mother is recovering from Corona and unable to go to court or lawyer. Can she send a personal letter to the civil judge indicating the same. What happens if she doesn't attend or file a response or can she file a response online?
Asked 10 days ago in Property Law
Sir, Thank you so much for taking your valuable time answering my question. The problem is my mother staying alone in a village and he filed the case in Srikakulam district court. My mother didn't know any reliable local lawyer. Can she write a letter on paper herself instead of a lawyer and send to civil judge by registered post that she is not feeling well and accordingly some time should be given.
Asked 10 days ago