"Use 'sir' to address the Court, we are comfortable with 'sir'": Madras High Court says 'Your Lordship' not mandatory

"Use 'sir', we are comfortable with 'sir'", Chief Justice Banerjee assured today during the course of a hearing.
"Use 'sir' to address the Court, we are comfortable with 'sir'": Madras High Court says 'Your Lordship' not mandatory
Lawyers and Madras HC

The hearing in a SARFAESI case today led the Madras High Court today to orally assure that lawyers may address judges as "sir", in place of honorifics such as "My Lord" and "Your Lordship."

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