Law Commission has recently asked for opinions from stakeholders on reforms required in the Advocates Act, 1961, the last date of which is 31st Aug 2016. So interested people can read the analysis and suggestions below, and send whatever suggestions they agree with to [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/Law-Commission-of-India-1661261260775559/?fref=nf Hon’ble the Supreme Court of India , in criminal appeal No.63 of 2006, Mahipal Singh Rana v. State of U.P., has asked the Law Commission of India “to go into all relevant aspects relating to regulation of legal profession in consultation with all concerned” at an early date. In view of this, the Law Commission of India has undertaken the study of the Advocates Act, 1961. The Law Commission of India requests all the stakeholders to … [Read more...] about Reform Advocates Act for benefit of common public and litigants
When married men are facing a persistent martial issue, at some point they decide that it is time to take advice from a lawyer. Note: If you don’t already have a legal case but are fearing one soon, read this post to find out your probability of getting a false case filed on you. Many people are under the impression that an advocate is a professional just like a doctor, and they trust that they will get the same good advice as they get from a doctor. Nothing could be more endangering to your future than believing in this doctor-lawyer stuff. But people have actually told me this even after NOT getting good service from their advocate. There are many more men who are searching for good, honest, professional lawyer to handle their cases since they are dissatisfied with their existing … [Read more...] about How to find and manage your lawyer in 498a, DV, CrPC 125, divorce, RCR cases
Delhi High Court had recently to explain to lawyers in a child custody/visitation case about their role and responsibility. Read the news below (emphasis shown is mine): http://www.indianexpress.com/news/do-not-let-custody-row-adversely-affect-child-hc/567115/0 New Delhi: Concerned by the adverse impact custody rows have on children who become mere pawns in the hands of their parents, the Delhi High Court has come up with suggestions not only for couples but also for lawyers, who treat such cases as legal battles to be fought like any other court case. The judgment, delivered by Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw, involved a custody row between two administrative officers, one in the Indian Administrative Services and the other in the Indian Revenue Services, over their 12-year-old … [Read more...] about Do not let custody row adversely affect child: Delhi HC
Ha ha ha ... here is a lawyer who was really a liar but he thought he was only a lawyer, till the High court of Delhi reminded him that he is a liar!See the judgment below, and read the lines in bold for quick read on how the liar... er lawyer was fined Rs 25,000 by high court for his law-ing, i.e. lying.IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI CS(OS) 465/2007 SAVITA KHATRI ..... Plaintiff Through: Mr. G.S. Khatri, Adv. Versus RAI SINGH TEWETHIA and ORS. ..... Defendants Through: Mr. Rajender K. Panigrahi, Adv. CORAM: JUSTICE SHIV NARAYAN DHINGRA O R D E R 20.10.2009 IA No.13431/09 This application has been made under order 9 Rule 7 read with Section 151 CPC on behalf of the defendant for recalling the order dated 15th July, 2009 when the defendant and his counsel did not appear in the … [Read more...] about Bad lawyer/Bad liar, what you gonna do?