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Rohan Sumungal (na)     11 November 2013

Cestat- advocate withdrawl from representation

How does an advocate go about withdrawing from representing a matter before the CESTAT? NOT withdrawing the case but withdrawing his own representation of such matter.

If such request for withdrawal has been made by the client.

What kind of application needs to be filed for something like this?


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BAALASUBRAMANNYAMM (Advocate)     11 November 2013

If an advocate wants to withdraw from a case, filing a" memo" is sufficient. But if a client wants to withdraw an advocate, taking "no objection vakalat" is sufficient. 

Rohan Sumungal (na)     11 November 2013

Thank you.


So in essence the former advocate has to give a standard No Objection letter (on plain paper) to the client which the client can then file with the CESTAT registry, correct?

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