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Asked on: 8/10/13, 12:23 am

my property documents are attested in white paper following with a stamp paper of 500 /- the rest of the papers are in white.when i contacted a lawyer he informed me apart from 500/- paper all the papers should be in legal document i.e., in light green paper is it true? if so what is my next option to secure those papers (kiran_k_gupta@yahoo.com)

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Answered on: 8/10/13, 12:33 am by Shrichand Nahar

Colour of paper is inconsequential.


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Answered on: 8/10/13, 1:58 am by Fca Prashant Chavan

10.08.2013

Dear Sir / Madam,

Till 1975, there was a customary practice prevalent to use light green legal paper for litigation. That practice has been abolished since then, and any paper can be used for litigation, irrespective of colour or size.

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