Lawyers can’t use prefixes like Lt. Colonel, MP in court documents: Madras High Court

A bench of Justices SM Subramaniam and C Kumarappan said all lawyers are equal before the court irrespective of other professional qualifications and status that they might enjoy outside.
Lawyers and Madras High Court
Lawyers and Madras High Court

The Madras High Court on Tuesday said that lawyers cannot be permitted to use prefixes such as Lieutenant Colonel, Member of Parliament etc., before their names in the Vakalatnama, causelist and other court documents.

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