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Do we remember that the Supreme Court once declared that the Strike is illegal and a punishable offence. But in the case of agitating lawers the Supreme Court has politely requested them to attend the court considering the sufferrings of the clients. Is the Supreme Court judicious ?

Asked by sarma sarma, 11 Mar '09 08:17 pm
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Your question is reasonable and understandable.Supreme court is not justified in its approach.The relationship between Advocates&their clients is"fiduciary" in nature.This means Advocates are held in Trust by their clients.By involving in Strike,Adovocates are breaching TRUST.Legal action could be taken against them.Public prosecuter an d other Advocates engaged by Government are bound by regulations.It is pathetic that, lawyers are ignorent of their responsiblity and duties.
Answered by anantharaman, 12 Mar '09 09:13 pm

 
  
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Advocates are not servant working under any one, private practiioner (Doctors), if do wish to work, what Supreme Court can do? If one decides not to work, who can force him to work?
Answered by MrinalKant Chatterjee, 11 Mar '09 08:21 pm

 
  
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Yea good queiries
Answered by shaikh mohamed, 11 Mar '09 08:19 pm

 
  
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