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Advocate Sushmita Singh

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LawRatoKankarbagh, Patna
LawRato7 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Arbitration, Civil, Criminal, High Court, NCLT
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Sushmita Singh has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result oriented approach, both professionally and ethically and has now acquired excellent professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

Advocate Sushmita provides services in various fields of Civil Matters, Criminal Matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Sushmita enrolled with the Bar Council of Bihar in 2016. She is a member of Patna Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : BR/415/2016

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Questions Answered by Advocate Sushmita Singh

Q: Difference Between Departmental Proceeding And Vigilence Proceeding

What is difference between departmental proceeding and vigilence proceeding, If any High court order to stop departmental proceeding, then vigilence proceeding also stop if department give any matter to vigilence.

Advocate Sushmita Singh answered
there is a vital difference between a departmental proceeding and vigillance proceeding, departmental proceeding constituted by department and proceeded by department and Vigilance proceeding well constructed by vigillance and proceeded by vigillance department.

Q: Bail for accused in custody for act 498 A and DP act 3/4

My brother has been in custody for the dowary case filed by his wife, my bail request has been rejected from lower court, next we are filing bail request in session court, can you please tell me the chances of bail in the session court

Advocate Sushmita Singh answered
kindly there is little bit confusion to understand your question regular bail because anticipatory bail is not maintainable under magistrate that's why firstly you confirm me the actual status of your case

Q: 35 बर्ष पूराने अपंजिकृत बंटवारे को नहीं मानना

अपंजिकृत बंटवारे में दर्ज सामुहिक उपयोग के लिए छोड़े गए स्थल पर जबरन निर्माण कार्य करने के विरुद्ध कानूनी रूप से कौन कौन से कदम उठाने चाहिए,??

Advocate Sushmita Singh answered
you can file a civil or criminal case on those person who are trying to developing on that property forcefully first you give information to your near police station and after that take a necessary legal actions according to that situation

Q: regarding section 38(b) of bihar liquir act implemented from 2016

My brother was caught on patna juction by the police carrying liquor when he was returning from kolkata.As it is known that liquor is banned in bihar so he is in jail now.So what should i do now for him to relief from jail.The police has imposed section 38 (b) on him.What should i do now.please help me regarding this.I live in muzaffarpur bihar.

Advocate Sushmita Singh answered
you have to move for you have to move for bail under this provision first you have to move for bail in Civil Court after that you have to come in High Court calling tyre FIR and other seat after that I will suggest you better

Q: Bail Rejection By High Court Of Patna

Sir we applied for anticipatory bail in 307 in patna high court but that was rejected saying that apply for regular bail then the person surrender in front of court and he is in jail for last three months.we applied for regular bail in high court and that was also rejected.what is the way ahead in this case.why regular bail is rejected when the person himself surrender before court?

Advocate Sushmita Singh answered
first you kindly provide me your copy of First information report and rejection order sheet of both anticipatory bail and regular Bail of high court after that I will suggest you what to do or not to do

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