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A well defined and elaborate justice delivery system or grievance redressal mechanism has been provided by Indian laws. The mother of all Indian laws and statutes is Constitution of Indian which is the supreme rule-book and every Indian law whether in force at the time of enforcement of the constitution on January 26, 1950 or enacted subsequently has mandatorily to be in synchronization with the constitution of India. The Constitution of India is regarded as one of the best constitutions of world and has adopted some of the best legal principles, practices and tenets and got inspirations from the constitutions/laws of many countries such as Japan, Ireland, USSR, the United States, Britain, and France. India has also framed laws in conformity with United Nations conventions and guidelines besides framing the laws conforming to international trade treaties/laws, intellectual property rights laws etc. Although, some of the substantive and procedural laws of India were initially enacted/framed in pre-independence colonial era, yet they have been modified or overhauled time to time so as to make them suitable with the present day scenario. Indeed, in a recent drive hundreds of outdated laws have been repealed by the Indian Govt. and some landmark reformative laws adopting the best modern day legal framework have been enacted.

A well defined and elaborate justice delivery system or grievance redressal mechanism has been provided by Indian laws. The mother of all Indian laws and statutes is Constitution of Indian which is the supreme rule-book and every Indian law whether in force at the time of enforcement of the constitution on January 26, 1950 or enacted subsequently has mandatorily to be in synchronization with the constitution of India. The Constitution of India is regarded as one of the best constitutions of world and has adopted some of the best legal principles, practices and tenets and got inspirations from the constitutions/laws of many countries such as Japan, Ireland, USSR, the United States, Britain, and France. India has also framed laws in conformity with United Nations conventions and guidelines besides framing the laws conforming to international trade treaties/laws, intellectual property rights laws etc. Although, some of the substantive and procedural laws of India were initially enacted/framed in pre-independence colonial era, yet they have been modified or overhauled time to time so as to make them suitable with the present day scenario. Indeed, in a recent drive hundreds of outdated laws have been repealed by the Indian Govt. and some landmark reformative laws adopting the best modern day legal framework have been enacted

Indian laws provide a well defined hierarchy of courts and tribunals for grievance redressal and disputes resolution. India has three tier system of judiciary, which includes District Courts, at the first tier, comprising judges for adjudicating upon commercial disputes, civil disputes and criminal cases at the lowest level. High Court in the states, are at the second tier and have the appellate and revisionary/supervisory jurisdiction over all the courts and tribunals in such state. The Supreme Court of India, which is at the third tier, is the highest court of justice in India having appellate and revisionary/supervisory jurisdiction over all High Courts, Courts, and tribunals. The Supreme Court of India and the High Courts also act as the custodians of the constitution of India. Government of India has also formed special tribunals to deal with matters of specific nature, such as National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT), Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT), Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT), Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) and Central Excise Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT), the three tier consumer dispute redressal forums etc.

R&P Legal has a dedicated team of lawyers representing clients in the Supreme Court of India, High Courts, District Courts, National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT), National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, District Forums, DRAT, DRT and other judicial & quasi judicial forums and tribunals.

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