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Can A Non-Lawyer Appear For A Litigant In Court | LegalSections

Can A Non-Lawyer Appear For A Litigant In Court | LegalSections

Submitted by • May 8, 2020 www.legalsections.com

A private person, who is not an advocate, has no right to barge into Court and claim to argue for a party. He must get the prior permission of the Court, for which the motion must come from the party himself. It is open to the Court to grant or withhold permission in its discretion. In fact, the Court may, even after granting permission, withdraw it half-way through if the representative proves himself reprehensible.

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