Power-of-Attorney to Advocate for Court Case

Updated at:March 2010
 
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In the Court of, etc.

Suit (or Case) No. ………… of 2007

Plaintiff (or Applicant, or Complainant)—

Vishwas Rao, son of ………, of, etc.

versus

Defendant (or Non-applicant, or Accused),—

Sai Dev, son of ………, of, etc.

Claim for (or, in the matter of), etc.

By this power-of-attorney, I, Vishwas Rao,Plaintiff (or, etc.), in the above suit (or case), do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint Chetan Sharma, advocate etc., my attorney, for me, in my name and on my behalf to appear, act and plead in the said case, to make or present written statements, applications or petitions to the court, to withdraw and receive documents and any money from the court or from the opposite party either in execution of the decree or otherwise, and on receipt thereof, to sign and deliver for me proper receipts and discharges for the same, and to do all other lawful acts, deeds and things in connection with the case as effectually as I could do the same, if I were personally present; to engage and appoint any other advocate or advocates whenever my said advocate thinks proper to do so.

Provided, however, that, if any part of the advocate’s fee...

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