Tribunals

Tribunals are judicial or quasi-judicial institutions established by the law of India. They intend to provide a platform for faster adjudication as compared to traditional courts, as well as expertise on certain subject matters.

Tribunals are generally set up to provide a faster, less expensive and more informal process for deciding disputes between people. Since the 1970s, a wide range of tribunals have been established to deal with disputes in specific areas of the law at both state and federal levels. There are 19 tribunals in India, like SAT, CAT, NCLT, LRTT, AFT, NGT, DRT, DRAT, WDT, ITAT, ATE etc

“Banik & Associates” has dealt with most of the Tribunals mentioned hereinabove and obtained favourable outcome for their clients. We have highly skilled best & experienced Tribunal Lawyer/Advocates to resolve your problem related to any Tribunal mentioned hereinabove.

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