(a) Every vakalatnama in any cause, appeal or matter shall be executed by the party: Provided that a person, other than a party to the cause, appeal or matter, may file vakalatnama on the basis of Power of Attorney but shall annex original Power of Attorney with the vakalatnama.
The least that is required of a Court is the capacity to deliver a “definitive judgment” and unless this power vests in a tribunal in any particular case, the mere fact that the procedure adopted by it is of a legal character and it has the power to administer an oath will not impart to it the status of a Court”, and came to the conclusion that the commission appointed under the Commissions of Inquiry Act, 1952 is not a Court within the meaning of the Contempt of ‘Courts Act, 1952.… Read More The Definition of Court in Indian Evidence Act
When a fact has to be proved before a Court or a tribunal and the Court or the tribunal calls upon the person who is relying upon a fact to prove it by best evidence it cannot be a defence as to the offence of forgery if that best evidence which, in this case was… Read More What is quasi-Judicial act ?
When a question wherefore arises as to whether an authority created by an Act is a Court as distinguished from a quasi-Judicial tribunal, what has to be decided is whether having regard to the provisions of the Act it possesses all the attributes of a Court.… Read More What distinguishes a Court from a quasiJudicial tribunal
Admiralty cases Cases involving securities and commodities regulation ,including takeovers of publicly held corporations Class action” cases Crimes under statutes enacted by congress Disputes between states Environmental regulation Federal constitutional issues Habeas corpus actions International trade law matters patent, copyright, and other intellectual property issues cases involving rights under treaties, foreign states, and foreign nationals Matters involving interstate and international commerce, including airline and railroad regulation Most… Read More Jurisdiction of American Federal Court
Dress Code for Appearance by Advocates BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA RULES, 1975 FORM OF DRESSES OR ROBES TO BE WORN BY ADVOCATES CHAPTER IV (Rules under Section 49(1)(gg) of the Act) Advocates appearing in the Supreme Court, High Courts, Subordinate Courts, Tribunals or Authorities shall wear the following as part of their dress which shall be… Read More Burdwan District Court