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Abhilasha (A Student of Law)     16 June 2012

Urgent and important

is oppostion notice valid if it is signed by the lawyer himself and not the opponent?


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adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     16 June 2012

yes. it is valid notice. Opponent's signature is not necessary.

Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     16 June 2012

The service of notice to on the lawyer of a party is not ordinarily valid, unless, of course, such lawyer has been duly authorised by the party to represent him by executing a proper vakalatnama.

Abhilasha (A Student of Law)     16 June 2012


but can u highlight some case laws...?

M/s. Y-not legal services (Advocate)     17 June 2012

its no neeed an case laws madam..

if once an advocate entered in to proceedings on behalf of his client mean then no need the client's signature. its could be treated that with in the knowledge of the client.


Dear Abhilasha

See in the para of  Vakalatnama.

Abhilasha (A Student of Law)     17 June 2012

thnx all...

Abhilasha (A Student of Law)     17 June 2012

thnx all...

Abhilasha (A Student of Law)     18 June 2012

if client has not signed on notice then how can we say that that notice was as per clients facts. Lawyers can be mention wrong fact or can do mistake.

b.sreenivasa Rao (Legal Services)     18 June 2012

If lawyers can do wrong then party has to complaint in Bar council

with reg


Abhilasha (A Student of Law)     19 June 2012

can an advocate sign verification?...

is notice valid of opponents signature is not there, but its lawyer`s is?

Abhilasha (A Student of Law)     19 June 2012

the notice of opposition in trademark act...can it be verified by lawyer himself?

Atul D Suryavanshi (Attorney - JC Law Firm)     22 June 2012


Once the client signs VAKALATNAMA and / or makes PoA in favour of Advocate / Attorney, he gave all the right to to the Advocat/Attorney to do whatever the he feel necesssory and important to protect his clients interest. MANY TIMES  he need not to take any prior persmission from his client. Exceptions are there. But in your case Advocat/Attorney has full power and authoirty to do  all things....

Instaed of searching for technicalities, first  of all you respond to the opposition.....


Atul Suryavanshi


  JC Law Firm

Email: atul@jclawfirm.in

Mobile - 09923552956

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