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Nakul WAGASKAR

posted 1 month ago

Q.Didn't give my payment
Hi, Have was working in One company, I worked there for 4 months, but after 4 month they told me that don't come to company and didn't give me my last month payment, and every month they deducted 10 percent of money from every ones salary, I was complaint this company in labour court, but no one come to in that labour court, so the labour office told me that go to Court, but don't have capacity to Lawyer and Didn't know the procedure of court, so please tell me the procedure of court to file case without lawer

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Shreyash Mohta

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Responded 4 weeks ago

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A. ) You can take help of the free legal aid given in states.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Experience: 33 Year(s)

Responded 1 month ago

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A. ) Dear Sir,
You may avail Free Legal Services as follows.
FREE LEGAL SERVICE BY CENTRAL GOVT AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
http://doj.gov.in/page/litigant-service
Litigant Service
Access to justice is a fundamental element of a just, equitable and civilized society. The vision of Access to Justice for all means that opportunities for securing justice are not denied to any citizen for reason of economic and other disability. With this vision Department of Justice initiated a pro-bono legal services scheme to provide free legal assistance to the marginalized applicants/litigants.
An online application form has been created below where the litigants can register information about their case or grievance. The Department will then connect them to a pro- bono advocate registered with the Department who will provide them legal aid free of cost. The nature of legal assistance provided shall be legal advice, drafting of case related document(s), appearance in the court (all or either of the three) depending on the availability of the advocates.
It is to be noted that, this endeavor of Department of Justice is a step in the direction of strengthening legal aid and increasing access to justice to those who cannot afford it and in no way it guarantees a favorable decision in the court for the litigant/applicant.
Further, pro- bono legal assistance provided by the advocates is a voluntary service where the advocates willingly devote their time to provide legal aid to the poor and needy applicants. Once a litigant/applicant has been connected to a preferable pro- bono advocate by the Department, the Department is not responsible for the quality of legal aid provided or time committed by the advocate to the case of the litigant.

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Deepak Yashwantrao Bade

Experience: 9 Year(s)

Responded 1 month ago

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A. ) dear client there is no procedure for filing case without lawyer in exceptional situations. if you want to contest your case then you must have to represent through your lawyer. kindly try to send legal notice through lawyer for recovery of payment and if they denied then you can file recovery suit. if there is chances for recovery then definately someone will be proceed with your case.

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