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Muhurat can Give Positive Results in Legal Matters

Our life is a mixture of joys and sorrows. Sometimes life goes smoothly and sometimes it can be a bit problematic. We face some challenging times, disputes, enmity with others and all these are the different facets of life. There are times when people face a conflict, and then through mutual agreement and suggestions from the elders the conflict is resolved.
But there are some disputes for which people have to go to the court. Astrology says that when people have to go to court to seek judgement then they should follow some muhurats to get benefits from it. It also says that a case should be filed in the court after considering the benefic muhurats in this matter.
Vedic astrology has muhurats that can relieve people from the stress of legal affairs. Auspicious muhurats are very helpful in giving positive results when a person goes to court to seek judgement. Let’s see the favorable muhurats.

Auspicious Akul nakshatra
According to astrology the akul nakshatra gives expected results in court cases. Swati, bharani, ashlesha, ghanistha, revati, hasta, punarwasu, anuradha, uttraphalguni, uttrasadha, uttrabhadrapada come under the category of akul nakshatra, which are very auspicious in this respect. A person will get sure success or positive results if he or she files the case on a day which has any of the akul nakshatras.
Considering the lunar day
Astrology says that an auspicious lunar day enhances the positivity of the work, whereas inauspicious lunar day does the opposite. Pratipada, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th or full moon days are auspicious for filing a case in a court.
Considering the week days
Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays are good for appealing in a court. If any of these week days have above stated nakshatras, lunar days then the native may get the verdict in his or her favor.  
If a person has to knock the doors of court to seek judgement then he should follow the auspicious astrological muhurats stated above so that verdict goes in his favor.