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Civil Law

Civil law is a legal system that is based on written codes and statutes, rather than on common law, which is derived from custom and judicial precedent. It is primarily concerned with resolving disputes between individuals or organizations, rather than with punishing crimes. Civil law cases often involve disputes over contracts, property, and personal injuries.

It is based on the idea that laws should be codified and made available to the public, so that people know their rights and obligations. Civil law systems often rely on written codes and statutes, as well as judicial decisions, to provide guidance on how the law should be applied in specific cases.

In civil law systems, disputes are typically resolved through a process called "adjudication", in which a judge or a panel of judges hears both sides of the case and makes a decision based on the evidence presented. Parties to a civil law case have the right to be represented by an attorney, and they have the right to appeal the decision if they are not satisfied with the outcome.

Our Civil Law services include -

  • Succession Certificate

  • Tenancy Disputes

  • Suit for Declaration

  • Specific Relief

  • Civil Recovery

  • Property Matters

Criminal Law

Economic Offenses and White-Collar Crimes, FIR & Complaints


Criminal law is a body of laws that defines and prohibits conduct that is considered harmful to society. It is the body of law that regulates the conduct of individuals within a society and is concerned with punishing individuals who engage in conduct that is deemed harmful to society as a whole. Criminal law cases involve offenses against the state, such as murder, theft, and assault.

In criminal law, the state or federal government prosecutes individuals or organizations that are accused of committing crimes. The prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the accused person is guilty of the crime in order to secure a conviction.

Criminal law is divided into two categories: felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies are more serious crimes, such as murder, rape, and armed robbery, and they are punishable by imprisonment for more than one year. Misdemeanors are less serious crimes, such as petty theft and simple assault, and they are punishable by imprisonment for less than one year or by fines.

Our Criminal Law services include -

  • Domestic Violence

  • Cyber Crime

  • Regular and Anticipatory Bail

  • Narcotics and Drugs

  • Prevention of Corruption

  • Weapons and Firearms

Family and Matrimonial Law

Family and matrimonial law is a legal area that deals with issues related to family relationships, such as marriage, divorce, child custody, and child support. Family law often involves issues that are highly personal and emotional, and it can be complex and difficult to navigate.

Marriage is a legal relationship between two people who agree to live together as a couple. Marriage is regulated by law and is subject to certain requirements, such as a minimum age for marriage, a requirement for consent, and the prohibition of certain kinds of relationships, such as marriages between close relatives.

Divorce is the legal process of ending a marriage. Divorce is granted on the grounds of irreconcilable differences, meaning that the spouses are no longer able to get along and have no reasonable prospects of reconciling. Other grounds for divorce may include adultery, abandonment, cruelty, and imprisonment.

Child custody refers to the legal arrangement that determines which parent has the legal right to make decisions about the care and upbringing of a child. Child custody is determined by the best interests of the child, which may include factors such as the child's age, the child's relationship with each parent, and the child's physical and emotional needs.

Child support is financial assistance that is paid by one parent to the other parent to help cover the costs of raising a child. Child support is typically paid by the non-custodial parent, who does not have primary physical custody of the child, to the custodial parent, who does have primary physical custody of the child. Child support is typically ordered by a court and is based on the needs of the child and the financial resources of the parents.

Our Family and Matrimonial Law services include -

  • Mediation and Reconciliation

  • Divorce Matters

  • Child Custody

  • Maintenance

  • Succession Certificate

Corporate Law

Trademark and Copyright Litigations


Corporate law, also known as business law or company law, is the body of law that regulates the formation, governance, and dissolution of corporations. Corporations are legal entities that are separate from their owners and are often used to carry on business activities.

Corporate law governs the rights and responsibilities of the owners of a corporation, known as shareholders, as well as the powers and duties of the corporation's directors, officers, and employees. It also regulates the relationships between the corporation and its stakeholders, such as customers, employees, suppliers, and the broader community.

Our Corporate Law services include -

  • Misappropriation and Simphoning of Funds

  • Recovery of Debts

  • Dishonor of Cheques

  • Contractual Disputes

Consumer Law

Consumer law is the body of law that protects the rights of consumers and regulates the relationship between consumers and businesses. It is designed to ensure that consumers are treated fairly and that they have access to safe and high-quality products and services.

Consumer law includes a wide range of laws and regulations that apply to various sectors, such as food and beverages, clothing and textiles, finance, and telecommunications. Some of the key areas of consumer law include :

Consumer protection : Consumer law includes laws that protect consumers from fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading business practices, such as false advertising, bait-and-switch tactics, and hidden fees.

Product safety : Consumer law includes laws that ensure that products sold to consumers are safe to use and free from defects.

Consumer rights : Consumer law includes laws that give consumers certain rights, such as the right to return defective products, the right to cancel a contract within a certain time period, and the right to receive accurate and complete information about products and services.

Consumer education : Consumer law includes laws that require businesses to provide accurate and clear information about their products and services to consumers, so that consumers can make informed decisions.

Our Consumer Law services include -

  • Review of Consumer Agreements

  • Warranty Claims

  • Appearance before Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission

  • Legal Advice on all Consumer Protection issues

Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual property law is a legal area that deals with the protection of intangible assets, such as ideas, inventions, and creative works. It is designed to give creators and innovators control over how their creations are used and to encourage the development of new ideas and innovations.

There are several different types of intellectual property, including :

Copyright : Copyright law protects original creative works, such as literature, music, and art. It gives the creator of the work the exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, and display the work.

Trademarks : Trademark law protects brands and logos that are used to identify and distinguish products or services. It gives the owner of the trademark the exclusive right to use the mark in connection with the products or services for which it is registered.

Patents : Patent law protects inventions and discoveries. It gives the inventor the exclusive right to make, use, and sell the invention for a certain period of time.

Trade secrets : Trade secret law protects confidential information, such as business plans and recipes, that give a company a competitive advantage. It gives the owner of the trade secret the right to keep the information secret and to prevent others from using it without permission.

Our Intellectual Property Law services include -

  • Copyright Litigation

  • Trademark Litigation

  • Design

  • Patent Filing and Patent Violation

Environmental Law

Environmental law is a legal area that deals with the protection of the natural environment and the regulation of activities that may have an impact on the environment. It is designed to protect the air, water, soil, and natural resources that are essential to human health and well-being, and to preserve the biodiversity of plants and animals.

Environmental law includes a wide range of laws and regulations that apply to various sectors, such as energy, transportation, agriculture, and industry. Some of the key areas of environmental law include :

Air pollution : Environmental law includes laws that regulate the emission of air pollutants and set limits on the amount of certain pollutants that can be released into the air.

Water pollution : Environmental law includes laws that regulate the discharge of pollutants into waterways and set limits on the amount of certain pollutants that can be present in water.

Waste management : Environmental law includes laws that regulate the storage, treatment, and disposal of waste, including hazardous waste.

Biodiversity : Environmental law includes laws that protect threatened and endangered species and their habitats, and that regulate activities that may impact biodiversity, such as logging and mining.

Climate change : Environmental law includes laws that regulate activities that contribute to climate change, such as the emission of greenhouse gases, and that encourage the development of clean energy sources.

Our Environmental Law services include -

  • The Environment Protection Act, 1986

  • Water Preservation and Control of Pollution Act, 1974

  • The Prevention and Control of Air Pollution Act, 1981

  • Appearance before the Environment Courts

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