Here are few case laws to support your effort in changing an advocate who is already on record of a Court in your cases.
- R.D. Saxena Vs Balram Prasad Sharma on 22 August, 2000
- New India Assurance Co Ltd Vs A.K.Saxena on 7 Nov 2003 [SC]
- C.V. Sudhindra and Ors. Vs Divine Light School For Blind [KarHC]
- Karnataka Power Distribution Vs M RajaShekar on 2 Dec 2016 [NOC not required to engage new advocate, if the advocate was discharged by client, following the procedure established by law]
- Bhagya and Ors Vs Jayalakshmi and Ors on 13 Feb 2019 [Only after the advocate was discharged by client, following the due procedure established by law, a client can engage a new advocate]
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