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ashok kumar (Social Worker)     26 July 2013

Addl advocate/removal of advocate

What is a litigant required to do if he wants to (1) Remove an advocate from a particular case (2) If he desires to have an additional advocate to represent him


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surjit singh (Assistant)     27 July 2013

It is very simple, pay the legitimate legal dues and get a no due certificate and engage an another advocate.

ashok kumar (Social Worker)     27 July 2013

Assuming that majority of Lawyers  are upright citizens  the queries below are in case there is an exception to teh above assumption

What is the measurement of Legitimate Fee of a Lawyer?

Laywers mostly never  issue reciepts for the payments recieved by them so how does one prove that he had paid to the lawyer?

Since there is normally not any agreement between a client and teh Lawyer, how does any dispute between a lawyer and a client get resolved?

Does it summarise to that in order to buy peace the client has no option but to succumb to the legitimate or illegitimae demands of a Lawyer/

Apprentice (Associate)     07 August 2013

This is alway sthe problem. Pay by cheque, insist on a receipt and upfront agree the costs - in great detail.

If he is not giving a release and demanding more money that what was agreed, go an make a complaint against him at the bar council.

Lawyers who treat their hapless clients like they are a  money-tap, give the rest of us a bad name. 

ashok kumar (Social Worker)     07 August 2013

DearApprentice!

Actually I am a Social Worker and try to help out people trapped in situations where our Institutions have no or very costly solution to the problems faced by masses

Here also it is a case of a hapless widow who had to sell here property to pay the lawyer but she has no reciept of even a single penny!


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