Q: Why should I subscribe to SCS if the information is already available on the high court website?

A: By subscribing to SCS, you save valuable time as we automatically search for all possible search names provided by you in the high court causelists. Also, you don’t need to write down the information on a piece of paper every day. It’s available on your mobile phone through the SCS App, notifications, and emails for easy reference. Our advanced search feature deals with spelling mistakes in causelists to a large extent.

Q: Why should I subscribe if the high court sends this information to my place via regular posts or a delivery boy?

A: SCS is more cost-effective than regular mail delivery to your house. Additionally, we send you only relevant information that can be accessed anytime, even when you are out of town.

Q: What about court holidays? Do you send notifications for those days as well?

A: We will send you the causelist for the next working day after the holiday becomes available. If a special holiday court is sitting on vacation, we will notify you if you have a case listing. On all other days, if the causelist is put up and you have no cases listed, you will receive a “No Listing” message.

Q: What time of the day will I receive notifications?

A: We will send you notifications within 15-30 minutes of the information being uploaded on the official high court website. Please check the “Sample Message” section for court-specific details.

Q: What if my search name matches the other lawyer’s search name?

A: You will receive notifications for cases with that search name. Based on the case’s contents, such as the name of the judge and party names, you can determine if the subject belongs to you or someone else. The chances of this happening are rare.

To learn more about SCS’s features and functions, take a free trial by clicking here or visiting the demo section for a live demo of SCS.

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