D.S. Dalal v/s State Bank of India and Other C.A.No.251 of 1982

Decided On, 18 March 1993/ At, Supreme Court of IndiaBy, HON'BLE JUSTICE KULDIP SINGH AND HON'BLE JUSTICE N. M. KASLIWAL B.Singh, S.K.Gambhir, Davinder Singh, R.P.Kapur, Rajiv Kapur, Advocates.D.S. Dalal was a practising advocate in Delhi. The Bar Council of India by its order dated October 24, 1981, removed his name from the rolls of advocates of the Bar Council of Delhi and the sanad granted to him has been withdrawn. This appeal under Section 30 of the Advocates Act is against the order of the Bar Council of India. The State Bank of India lodged a complaint before the Bar Council of Delhi on September 4 , 1978. It was alleged in the complaint that the appellant along with two other advocates was practising under the name and style of "M/s Singh and Company" a firm of advocates and solicitors having their office at 2670, Subzi Mandi, Delhi. It was alleged that the advocates were duly engaged by the Asaf Ali Road branch of the State Bank of India to file a recovery suit against M/s Delhi Flooring (Pvt) Ltd. for the recovery of Rs. 6, 12, 164.10. "Singh and Company" (the firm) at that time was represented by Mr. D.S. Dalal, Mr. B. Singh and Ms V.Singh, Advocates, who were the partners of the said firm and were conducting cases for and on behalf of the firm.


SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT 1 of 7 PETITIONER: D.S. DALAL Vs.RESPONDENT: STATE BANK OF INDIA AND ORS. DATE OFJUDGMENT18/03/1993BENCH: KULDIP SINGH (J)BENCH:KULDIP SINGH (J)KASLIWAL, N.M. (J) CITATION: 1993 AIR 1608 1993 SCR (2) 488 1993 SCC Supl. (3) 557 JT 1993 (2) 337 1993 SCALE (2)78 ACT: Advocates Act, 1961 : Section 38-Appeal against order ofDisciplinary Committee of Bar Council of India-Proceedingsagainst Advocates.




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