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http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/Dont-engage-in-timeconsuming-
arguments-SC-tells-lawyers/241360/

Don’t engage in time-consuming arguments,
SC tells lawyers
 

The judgment historical to amend the seniors and trial courts in order to
stop the time consuming and undesirable practice prevailing in the judiciary since long
 

By Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana on Feb 20 Nov 2007

The lengthy arguments are allowed, intentionally and deliberately, as a scene creating process for attracting clientage from the crowd listening and present at the option of the advocates who have monopoly in the judicial system due to numerous weaknesses of the judge(s) concerned individually and collectively and the other considerations otherwise issues in dispute are always not so vague to be argued at length and decided. 

The Presiding officers of trial courts are exceptionally rare, who read the whole case for understanding the issues and the points involved for their clarification required for taking just decision before listening the arguments in each case kept for the purpose. 

Hence mostly arguments in trial courts can be said to be as a scene creating process, a mere drama. To state all reasons behind it in a sweeping statement might not be justified as the reasons differ case to case.  

The Hon’ble Supreme Court must have considered many things off the record in mind before passing the judgment on Tuesday i.e. November 20, 2007 that “it was time lawyers, particularly the seniors restricted themselves to brief arguments in the court”. 

I myself being a practicing lawyer consider the judgment historical to amend the seniors and trial courts in order to stop the time consuming and undesirable practice prevailing in the judiciary since long. s – 1CC

http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/29-new-complaints-at-Sangat-Darshan/241548/ 
29 new complaints at Sangat Darshan
 

The Complaints are never read seriously by the officers concerned to
decide the real issue (s) involved.

By Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana on Feb 21 Nov 2007

The Complaints are never read seriously by the officers concerned to decide the real issue (s) involved. 

It is similar like a scene/drama of lengthy arguments allowed, intentionally and deliberately, as a scene creating process for attracting clientage from the crowd listening and present at the option of the advocates who have monopoly in the judicial system due to numerous weaknesses of the judge(s) concerned individually and collectively and the other considerations otherwise issues in dispute are always not so vague to be argued at length and decided. 

The Presiding officers of trial courts are exceptionally rare, who read the whole case for understanding the issues and the points involved for their clarification required for taking just decision before listening the arguments in each case kept for the purpose.  

Hence mostly arguments in trial courts can be said to be as a scene creating process, a mere drama. To state all reasons behind it in a sweeping statement might not be justified as the reasons differ case to case.  

The Hon’ble Supreme Court must have considered many things off the record in mind before passing the judgment on Tuesday i.e. November 20, 2007 that “it was time lawyers, particularly the seniors restricted themselves to brief arguments in the court”.  

I myself being a practicing lawyer consider the judgment historical to amend the seniors and trial courts in order to stop the time consuming and undesirable practice prevailing in the judiciary since long. 

 
 

 

 
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