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Koyel (Officer)     27 December 2009

An Advocate's Appearance.

Can an advocate plead for his brother-in-law in a divorce case?



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Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     27 December 2009

 yes

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Raghav Sood (Lawyer)     27 December 2009

there is no bar

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Koyel (Officer)     27 December 2009


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Yes. without any doubt.

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Anjali (IT)     28 December 2009

Koyel,  the link your provided is talking abt judges and advocates....it means an advocated cannot appear before any judge who is his/her relative...don't get confused.

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subhash kumar (advocate)     28 December 2009

Dear Koyal, there is no bar to appear before court of law  on behalf of his brother-in law . only in case when the presiding officer of the court is relative of the advocate than he can not appear before this court

Subhash kumar, Adv.

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Koyel (Officer)     28 December 2009

Thank you very much.

P.K.Haridasan (Advocate)     29 December 2009

There is no bar for an advocate for appearing for his kith and kin. Whenever a chance for an advocate to be called as a witness in that case, it is better to engage somebody else.

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Arup Kumar Gupta, Korba, Chattishgarh ((m)9893058429)     27 January 2010

you are little confused.

Pleading by a brother in law in a divorce case & petitioner/respondent/respective advocates if are the relative of the concerned  judge or having financial interest- both are different


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