The fastest way to get a judge of a Court to listen to a writ petition is through mentioning it. Oral mentioning is a convention by which lawyers short-circuit the long-winded filing procedures and make a direct appeal to the judge. By mentioning you can get the Court to listen to a case or list the case for an earlier date. This is a matter of practice and can be a done by an advocate or the person filing the case. Contact your lawyer for further help on this matter.
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