Yes. if the Complainant files the complaint after paying necessary court fees and his original documents are verified before the Hon’ble Court along with application for verification on oath and process is issued against the accused and if the accused does not remain present even after the receiving of summons, the accused or the person… Continue reading Can I get arrested for a cheque bounce in India?
You can apply after completing your 12th exam from any stream and enroll yourself for five years LL.B course from any law institute or college or if you have completed your graduation from any stream than in that case you have to apply for CET exam and clear the exam with the good marks and… Continue reading How do I become lawyer in India?
In lower courts like district or any other tribunal, lawyers address judges as your Honour but in case of Session Court and High Court lawyers generally address the presiding officer as Lordship or Your Honour. However Supreme Court has clearly informed that there is no need to address judges as Lordship because they cannot become… Continue reading How do lawyers address a judge in India, your honor or my lord?
What is Retainership? In the globalization, the corporate and business professionals should be very cautious in all type of agreements, contracts, commercial Dealings, Tenders and communications. Here any communication will be seen as a contract or not a binding contract by judicial forums when there is dispute created and litigation reaches the court of law.… Continue reading Legal Retainership Services in Mumbai
Banks have a lot of legal work nowadays and thus they hire a large number of lawyers to serve both as In-house counsels, and they also appoint various independently practicing Lawyers and Law Firms to serve as “Panel Lawyers” for outsourced work or for advisory functions. Experienced lawyers can also be retained by a Bank… Continue reading What is the way to become a banking lawyer?