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kunal lal   28 November 2018

Can non lawyers practice in DRT by way of SPOA

Please tell if non lawyers can practice in DRT as a agent or by way of authorization or SPOA


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SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate)     28 November 2018

Advocate act provides that only advocate enroll with bar council can practice befoer courts. However individual can contest their own cases in person.

kunal lal   28 November 2018

but in procedure of DRT it is written that a party can produce itself by way of appointing an agent agent means a person duly authorized by a party to present its application or reply on its behalf before the DRT

SHIRISH PAWAR, 7738990900 (Advocate)     28 November 2018

I will always advise to appoint advocate. One may be aware about the procedure but persons cannot have legal expertise. Just to save some thousands of rupess parties may ruine their properties. It is upto parties to have expert persons or just a procedure aware crook. 

kunal lal   28 November 2018

so can a person be appointed as a agent who is a non-lawyer?

kunal lal   28 November 2018

so can a person be appointed as a agent who is a non-lawyer?

NSV VARA PRASAD   28 November 2018

If you are a party in that DRT case, you can present yourself as an In-Person in that DRT case.

TGK REDDI   28 November 2018

A person not having any qualification can represent the case of another person with the leave of the court.    The person who represents the case is called RECOGNISED AGENT.

TGK REDDI   28 November 2018

A Party-in-person often suffers less than a person who contracts an Advocate.

sandipvarma (Lawyer)     01 December 2018

Its always better to leave it to Professionals, 


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