What is the procedure to send Notice of Proceedings to the Attorney General for India or Advocate General of States? Order LI of Supreme Court Rules 2013
1. The Court may direct notice of any proceedings to be given to the Attorney-General for India or to the Advocate-General of any State, and the Attorney-General for India, or the Advocate-General to whom such notice is given may appear and take such part in the proceedings as he may be advised.
2. The Attorney-General for India or the Advocate-General of any State may apply to be heard in any proceedings before the Court, and the Court may, if in its opinion the justice of the case so requires, permit the Attorney-General for India or the Advocate-General so applying to appear and be heard, subject to such terms as to costs or otherwise as the Court may think fit.
Order XLI - Application for Transfer Under Article 139A(2) of constitution and section 25 of Code of Civil Procedure 1908
Order XLII - Special Reference under Article 143 of the Constitution
Order XLIII - Reference made by the President under Article 317(1) of the Constitution or any statute
Order XLIV - Reference made by the central Government / Statutory Tribunal under statutes
Order XLV - Reference under section 257 of the Income Tax Act 1961
(E) ELECTION PETITIONS
Order XLVI - Election Petitions under Part III of the Presidential and Vice-Presidential Elections Act, 1952 (31 of 1952)
Order XLVIII - Curative Petition
Order LI - Notice of Proceedings to the Attorney General for India or Advocate General of States
Order LIII - Service of documents
Order LV - Power to dispense and inherent powers
Order LVI - Destruction of Records
Rules to regulate proceedings for contempt of the Supreme Court, 1975