what is the option when any act does not provide the option of second appeal and the order of the appellate authority is final and binding ?
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You can approach the High Court under Article 226 under its extraordinary jurisdiction.
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Setu Niket Advocate
Dear Sir / Madam,
If a litigant is not convinced with the judgement of the Arbitrator, an appeal against the verdict can be lodged in the District Magistrate Court. Further, if the litigant is not convinced with the judgement of the District Magistrate Court, an appeal against the verdict can be filed in the High Court. If the litigant is still not convinced with the judgement of the High Court, an appeal against the verdict can be filed in the Supreme Court.
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