Through civil litigation practice, we engage in various kinds of disputes related to civil liability, personal injury matters, disputes related to Breach of Contract, family law, Property Disputes, Mediation, IPR Infringement Suits, Landlord – Tenant Disputes etc. We represent our clients in petitions defences of these claims before Courts, administrative agencies, and in arbitration proceedings within India.
With extensive experience in these kind of matters and disputes across India, we are regularly the premium choice to represent our clients The lawyers of our firm can be trusted to get sound legal advice. Our partners are known as finest professionals in the practice area. Civil disputes are private cases in which a party is seeking recompense or remedy for scenarios outside of criminal law.
Civil disputes are governed by The Civil Procedure Code (CPC). They are the framework for all civil claims.
and provide the rules that are used to pass judgement in these types of cases. They were specifically designed to simplify civil legal proceedings, both in time and cost, and critically provide a guide to behaviour and aid judgement where no specific law exists.
Common Types of Civil Dispute
There are many types of civil disputes. Most commonly encountered are:
- Personal injury
- Breach of contract
- Family law
- Property disputes
- Landlord and tenant disputes
- Workplace mediation
- Neighbour disputes
- Intellectual property disputes.
A person injured as a result of the negligent conduct of another individual, may wish to seek compensation. Commonly arising from motor vehicle accidents, accidental injuries or defective products, negligence resulting in personal injury is a frequent reason for civil disputes.
Breach of Contract
When one contracted party fails to perform its obligations under the terms of a contract, breach of the contract may be sought under civil terms.
Disputes and conflicts arising from family relationships are the types of civil litigation cases that most had some experience with at some time in their lives. Separations, child support and monetary arrangements are types of disputes commonly found under this banner.
Boundaries and rights of way are just a couple of areas of property ownership that can be disputed. The damage and subsequent reparation in these types of disputes, might be more than just monetary.
Landlord and Tenant Disputes
Designed to protect both the tenant and the landlord, there are many rules around the governance of property lettings. Disputes as a result are common, particularly in relation to a party’s failure to comply with the terms of a lease and failure to meet tenant standards.
Workplace conflict is commonplace but managed poorly it can quickly escalate into a dispute. Cases citing lack of opportunity, inadequate training and unfair treatment may benefit from mediation.
When choosing a home, people rarely consider their neighbours and the fact that standards of acceptability vary from individual to individual. As a result, disputes can often arise.
Intellectual Property Disputes
Intellectual property (IP) is within the remit of criminal law but often borders civil claims. In both scenarios, mediation may be a feasible way of reaching a resolution to a disput.