SUPREME COURT OF INDIA – APPEARANCE OF THE ADVOCATES BEFORE THE LABOUR COURTS & INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES TRIBUNALS

Supreme Court of India

Date of Judgement: 06.05.2011

The Hon’ble Supreme Court prima facie, are of the opinion that the provision of  the Industrial Disputes Act [Section 36 (4)] debarring the lawyers from appearing before the Labour Court/Industrial Tribunal is unconstitutional being violative  of  Articles 14   and 19(1)(g)   of   the   Constitution  of  India. This is  because industrial law has become so complex that a layman cannot possibly present his case properly  before the Labour Court/Industrial Tribunal. Hence to debar lawyers will really be denying justice to millions of people. The matter is yet to receive the final verdict from the Hon’ble Supreme Court.

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Advocate Amaresh Singh

Advocate Amaresh Singh is a lawyer practicing in Supreme Court of India, Delhi High Court and various District Courts including Saket Court, Tis Hazari Court, Karkardooma Court, Patiala House Court and Dwarka Court. (M) 9999678571

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