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Whether Advocate can refuse to give “No objection” to his client if client wished to engage other Advocate?

Supreme Court of India PETITIONER:R.D. SAXENA Vs. RESPONDENT:BALRAM PRASAD SHARMA DATE OF JUDGMENT: 22/08/2000 BENCH:K.T.Thomas JUDGMENT:THOMAS, J. The main issue posed in this appeal has sequential importance for members of the legal profession. The issue is this: Has the advocate a lien for his fees…

Advocates act – Professional misconduct ,Moral turpitude

Supreme Court of India Bench: S Agrawal, S V Manohar PETITIONER:V.P. KUMARAVELU Vs. RESPONDENT:THE BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA,NEW DELHI & ORS. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 04/02/1997 BENCH:S.C. AGRAWAL, SUJATA V. MANOHAR ACT: HEADNOTE: JUDGMENT: THE 4TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1997 Present:Hon’ble Mr. Justice S.C. Agrawal /…


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