A Non-lawyer To Represent A Litigant In Court, Is It Legal ?January 16, 2023 ⚊ 1 Min read ⚊ Views 46 ⚊ BLOG
A non-advocate who is a member of the public has no right to enter court and make claims on behalf of a party. He must have the court’s previous approval, for which the party himself must make the motion. If and only when the relevant Court authorises them to do so, a non-attorney may represent a party in court.. Learn more about the law and obtain legal assistance for matters involving property, marriage, divorce, 49A, criminal offenses,
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