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Civil Law

            Civil law (or civilian law) is a legal system inspired by Roman law and whose primary feature is that laws are codified into collections, as compared to common 

 law systems that gives great precedential weight to common law on the principle that it is unfair to treat similar facts differently on different occasions. Conceptually,  it is

 the group of legal ideas and systems ultimately derived from the Code of Justinian, but heavily overlaid by Germanic,ecclesiastical, feudal, and local practices,  as well as

 doctrinal strains such as natural law, codification, and legislative positivism. Materially, civil law proceeds from abstractions, formulates general principles, and

 distinguishes substantive rules from procedural rules.[4] It holds legislation as the primary source of law, and the court system is usually inquisitorial, unbound by

 precedent, and composed of specially trained judicial officers with a limited authority to interpret law. Juries separate from the judges are not used, although in some

 cases, volunteer lay judges participate along with legally trained career judges.

  • The Applications and Appeals under sections of The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1999.


  • Petitions and Special Civil Application for all sort of Civil disputes.


  • Arbitration referred matters in the Civil Disputes.



  • Applications under sections of The Companies (Amendment) Act, 2006 and The Companies Act, 1956.


  • Arbitration and Litigation arising from the agreements.


  •  Providing guidelines to SEBI Rules and Regulations.


  • Company Applications for the Auction Properties and Winding up Petitions.