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Do lawyers have the right to boycott courts?

Yes 23 %
No 69 %
Can't say 8 %
Total Votes Cast : 52
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Do lawyers have the right to boycott courts?
Posted by A. A. JOSE

03/11/2008 13:01:35

ABSOLUTELY NO.
 
Posted by yamini

14/03/2008 13:53:18

one day lawyer's boycott will spoil that day total work of judicial officers and the people who came to court to seek judicial help. in my view it is better to over work inplace of boycott
 
Posted by yamini

14/03/2008 13:48:01

one day lawyer's boycott will spoil that day total work of judicial officers and the people who came to court to seek judicial help. in my view it is better to over work inplace of boycott
 
Posted by Arihant Jain

14/03/2008 12:06:20

As per the professional ethics and code of conduct prescribed for the lawyers, lawyers are supposed to be first court members to maintain the dignity and prestige of Hon'ble courts.
 
Posted by R. Brizmohan Singh

13/03/2008 22:53:23

The relationship between a client and his lawyer is purely contractual, that contract controlled by a Legislation, Advocates Act and the Bar Council. Having taken fee and not appearing in the court may amount to a misconduct. So long the matter is not disposed off exparte, nothing may happen and it is only otherwise that puts the Advocate into a soup. The only way is to handover the fee and the brief to the client well in advance if an advocate wishes to bear allegiance to the Group which called for boycott. Just imagine, if the matter is decided and further higher remedies are too confined. The client is doomed for ever after having all the fee.
 
Posted by sharath

13/03/2008 14:17:36

it depends on the situvation
 
Posted by Rajendran Nallusamy

13/03/2008 13:30:25

Lawyers certainly have the right to boycott courts when there situation warrants. But this should be used sparingly.
 

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