Litigation >> Writ Petition
Writ in India is the formal order of the court directing the authorities if there is a violation of the Fundamental Rights by a government authority or body. You can file a writ petition in the Supreme Court under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution, whereas you can file the writ petition in High Court under Article 226 of the Indian constitution. You can also file Writ Petitions in India for a civil or a criminal act.
You can file a criminal writ petition when the cause of action is in relation to the criminal law such as the right of accused, bail, etc. and you can file a civil writ petition when someone commits a civil wrong.
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