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Civil Cases

A civil case begins when a person or entity (such as a corporation or the government), called the plaintiff, claims that another person or entity (the defendant) has failed to carry out a legal duty owed to the plaintiff.

Criminal Cases

A criminal case, in common law jurisdictions, begins when a person suspected of a crime is indicted by a grand jury or otherwise charged with the offense by a government official called a prosecutor or district attorney.

Writ Cases

According to the Indian Legal System, the Supreme Court and High Courts (at state level) have jurisdiction over writs. Article 32 of Constitution of India guarantees fundamental rights. Article 32(1) provides the means to go to Supreme Court for the enforcement of the fundamental rights. The Supreme Court is made the protector and guarantor of the fundamental rights. The Writ Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court is limited to the enforcement of Fundamental rights while the High Court has the jurisdiction of enforcement of Fundamental rights and for other purposes also.

Family Cases

A criminal case, in common law jurisdictions, begins when a person suspected of a crime is indicted by a grand jury or otherwise charged with the offense by a government official called a prosecutor or district attorney.

Legal Opinion, Documentation & Registeration

The banking and financial industries are heavily regulated by both state & federal law. These laws impose reporting requirements for banks & other financial institutions, govern securities & other transactions, & regulate taxes.

Property Disputes Lawyers

A property dispute refers to any legal dispute involving real property, also known as real estate. Real property is immoveable property attached directly to the land. Real property includes single-family homes, condominiums, apartments, ponds, canals, and roads.

Corporates

Corporate lawyers spend their careers focusing on the legal issues businesses face. Typically, corporate lawyers spend little time in the courtroom and instead turn their energies toward transactions. Like other lawyers, corporate lawyers may work at a law firm.