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Dinesh Arumugam   24 January 2021

is unqualified man can become lawyer

is unqualified lawyer can become temporary lawyer for his family because of poverty and other reason etc


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Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     24 January 2021

Originally posted by : Dinesh Arumugam
is unqualified lawyer can become temporary lawyer for his family because of poverty and other reason etc

 

1. YES .... a duly "Authorized Representative" can attend Court (with the permission of Court) in a Case,  BUT not as a Advocate (which requires registration with the local BAR Council).

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Swati Singh   24 January 2021

Dinesh, for presenting a case in court, which is the job of an advocate, you need to complete LLB plus you have to be registered as an advocate in State bar. in certain cases, courts do allow in person presentation but that is a very rare case and at the discretion of the court.

In case, a person is unable to afford a lawyer he may approch the legal service authorities and after doing some formalities, an advocate will be provided to you by the state and you do not need to make any payment to him.

Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     25 January 2021

You can pleade your own case in the court witth all the risk and liablity  upon you.


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