time given to appeal indistrict court

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asked Mar 24, 2016 in Property Law by anonymous

Dear Sir/Madam

                        I am a Hindu male aged 40 Years from Chennai . My father has given his absolete property to me through an unconditional settlement deed in 2009, all municipality and electricity records have been changed into my name and taxes, bills are being paid in my name. After 2 years he cancelled the same and filed a civil suit in the sub court .The case was in process for 3 years. Now the judge has rejected the case saying that the case was filed in the wrong jurisdiction and has them to file the same in the district court.

My questions are:

  1. What is the time limit to file the appeal in the district court?
  2. Will it be numbered as a new suit or an appeal suit?

Advance thanks for your assistance

 

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