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Adheesh Raj   02 November 2017

Legal notice without advocate's registration number

What the first step should be taken if one receive a legal notice without advocate's Stamp and/or Registration number?


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Vijay Raj Mahajan (Advocate)     02 November 2017

Legal notice sent by a advocate need not be mention his registration/enrollment number with the Bar Council of the State where he practice as an advocate. Similarly, an advocate doesn't require a rubber stamp to be affixed on the notice sent by him, it's good if the notice has his name and addresses etc. mentioned.
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Isaac Gabriel (Advocate)     02 November 2017

well expalined.Thanks.

Agir Gupta   15 December 2021

The Bar Council of India vide its Circular No.STBC/Cir/No.18/2006 dated 5.7.2006 requires the letter heads of all advocated to carry their registration number. You can challenge the issuers standing as a practicing advocate registered with the BCI or any state bar in case the letter head does not mention the enrolment number.

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