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Tricks To Crack Judicial Examination

What is Judicial Examination? Judicial Services Examination or the PCS (J)-Provincial Civil Service-Judicial Examination which they are commonly referred to, are entry-level exams for law graduates to become members of the subordinate judiciary. The state governments under the supervision of …

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The Duties of An Advocate Towards His Client

The relationship between an Advocate and a client is highly fiduciary, and it is the duty of an advocate fearlessly to uphold the interests of the client, and give him justice, established a good relationship with the client with an …

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How To Read Bare Act To Understand Law?

Reading bare act is very essential to understand laws; it is the exact text of a particular enactment by legislature. The language used in bare acts is often a bit harder and confusing. Most of the students, teachers, lawyers, judicial …

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How to Set Up a Law Firm?

Here are step by guide to set up your own Law Firm 1. Give Your Law Firm an Appropriate Name To begin with, pick a correct name for your law office. The name must show to your aptitude in a …

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