Servility syndrome also continues when retired judges appointed as arbitrator are addressed by some in arbitration proceedings as My Lord or Your Lordship etc, possibly also because retired judges also glorify themselves by branding themselves as " Justice -----" with the addition (Retired) as a suffix instead of ethically describing as Mr. /Mrs -------(Retired Judge or Justice -------) with the exception of some conscientious ones.
The time period prescribed for completion of the case was initially given as about three of six months, but due to various factors encountered by the consumer fora, there are pending cases of even eight years or more. This should be looked into.
i don't evaluate this essay as some article after all article is to articulate some bigger some new ideas hitherto not found so far or in the process, i treat some kind of blog only. tks without malice on any.
one day son or daughter would call you mr...so and so not dad or father so too ms so and so not mom or amma, there is no end, here there is b=nothing called colonial as such, respect is given out of one's own love or admiration of a particular office, nothing more , nothing less.
it is upto the advocate to address the judge as he desires as Bar already granted the way one can . naturally respect is a must in any court, that way only orders or directions can have meaning, else people might say why we need advocates we better address the judge as we want then there will be nothing called any decorum - when why we need to call PM or CM as such better cal them as mr. minister after all there are just first among equals only. so there is no end , by calling prime or chief is also some colonial perception only.
Better change the superlative expression like My Lord, Lordship etc, very artificial.
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