A.P SINGH LAWYER IN SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

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The Supreme Court of India is regarded as the guardian of the fundamental rights of citizens of the nation. The Supreme Court of India is also an appellate Court conferred with appellate powers over a wide range of courts and tribunals. The Supreme Court of India is also the final court of appeal in all civil and criminal matters and the final interpreter of law of the land. 

A.P Singh lawyer is a judicial activist and lawyer in Supreme Court of India, New Delhi, who represents his clients before High Courts and Supreme Court in all kinds of writ petitions like Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Certiorari, Prohibition,quo-warranto, Criminal and civil transfer petition, Civil Appeal, Criminal Appeal, Contempt petition, Review petition, curative petition, and election petition. A.P Singh started his career under famous constitutional lawyer Mr.Subodh Markandeya, Sr, Adv. under him he has appeared in many notable cases in the Supreme Court of India. A.P Singh is a permanent member of the Supreme Court Bar Association 

The practice of areas before Supreme Court of India 

  • A writ petition under Article 32 of the constitution of India,

  • Filing contempt petition under article 129 of the constitution before the Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing transfer petition(civil) under section 25 of Civil procedure code,1908 before Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing Transfer petition(criminal) under Section 406 of Criminal Procedure Code,1973 before Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing an appeal under Article 132 of the constitution of India before the Supreme Court of India against any Judgement, decree, or final order of any High Court in India.

  • Representing litigants during all proceedings of Special Leave Petition (SLP) under Article 136 of The Constitution of India before Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing Election petition before Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing appeal under Section 38 of The Advocates Act,1961 before The Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing an Appeal under Section 23 of The Consumer Protection Act,1986 before The Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing an Appeal under Section 116A  of the Representation of People Act,195 before the Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing an appeal under section 30 of the Armed forces tribunal Act,2007 before The Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing an appeal under section 423 of the Companies act,2013 before the Supreme Court,

  • Filing an appeal under section 35L of the central excise act,1944 before Supreme Court,

  • Filing an appeal under Section 130E and 130F of the Customs Act,1962 before the Supreme Court,

  • Filing an appeal under Section 125 of the electricity act,2003 before the Supreme Court,

  • Filing an appeal under Section 22 of the National green tribunal act,2010 before the Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing an appeal under Section 18 of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act,1997 before the Supreme Court of India,

  • Filing an appeal under section116A of the representation of people act,1951 before the Supreme Court of India,

Q & A

1.Do The Supreme Court of India have inherent powers?

The Supreme Court of India is conferred with a very unique power under Article 142 of the Constitution of India especially the power "to pass a decree or make such order as is necessary for doing full justice in any case pending before it. 

 

2. Can I directly file any case before the Supreme Court of India? 

No, you can't file the case directly before the Supreme Court of India as Supreme Court is a court of appeal in all civil and criminal cases except in filing a writ petition under article 32 for violation of fundamental rights and its own original jurisdiction under article 131 of the Supreme Court of India. The Supreme Court is the protector and guarantor of fundamental rights conferred by part III and can be approached directly in case of violation of fundamental rights. The Supreme can also be approached directly when there is a dispute between two states within India or between the Government of India and one or more states. 

3. How many Supreme Court are in India?

The Supreme court is the apex institution. Each state has a High Court as its highest Court whereas the Supreme Court of India is the highest court in the country situated in New Delhi. There is only one supreme Court of India acting as the final interpreter of the constitution of India. 

4.Can I file a case in Supreme Court to transfer my made?

Yes, the transfer petition(civil) can be filed under section 25 of Civil procedure code,1908, and transfer petition(criminal) filed under Section 406 of Criminal Procedure Code,1973 before Supreme Court of India,

5. Who is the head of the Supreme Court of India?

The chief justice of India is the head and chief judge of the Supreme Court of India. Chief Justice of India is the highest post in the Indian judiciary system.