Justice for all Law office’s India ( Legal Services )



“Yuwa ki Aawaz Sanstha” has a well dedicated law firm ‘ Justice for All Law Office’s India’ which provides free legal services to the needful. There are brief description of the legal services provided by our Organization below.

Legal notice – A legal notice is a formal written warning by the sender to the recipient party of undertaking legal proceeding against him if certain conditions are not fulfilled by the latter. It can be sent under Section 80 of CPC in civil matters only. It’s really beneficial because it’s time saving and cost-efficient as the matter can be resolved through arbitration, negotiation or mediation without wasting time and money in the Courts.

Legal drafting on Civil and Criminal matters – Order VII of CPC talks about ‘framing of a suit or plaint’ in civil matters. A plaint is a legal document through which the plaintiff seeks legal remedy in the Court of law for the legal injury caused to him. Legal drafting on Criminal matters include drafting of legal documents like complaint, affidavit, writs and applications. Form number 1 to 56 of CrPC provides drafts of various legal documents under various sections.

Registration Services – Various registration services like Company registration, trust registration, shop registration, GST, FSSAI etc. are provided. Registration of companies, trusts and shops is really crucial for their proper regulation and exemptions from various tax. Every person involved in business of food must compulsorily obtain FSSAI registration or license. It is a 14 digit license number. GST registration has been made compulsory for FSSAI after 18 th July, 2022.

Income tax registration 12A and 80G – The registration of NGOs and Charitable trusts can be done under section 12A or 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961 together or separately, subject to certain conditions. Under section 12A of the ITA, 1961 tax exemption is provided to NGOs, trusts and Section 8 companies on their surplus income. Section 80G motivates donors to donate in such organizations by exempting 50% tax on such donations.

License for shop, arms, services – Each State has its own Shops Act which is regulated under State Labour Departments. It provides legal right to conduct business, ease of opening business account, availing government benefits. Arms Act of 1959, Arms Rule 1962 and Arms Rule 2016 provides for the procedures to get an arm license for avoiding legal consequences.

Registration of NGO – Registration of NGO can be done under these acts,  Trust under Indian Trust Act, 1882  Society under Indian Society Act, 1860  Section 8 of India Companies Act, 2013 Also registration of NGOs under section 12A of ITA, 1962 provides tax exemption to them and that under section 80G motivates donors to donate in NGO.

Legal Support in Family Case – In matters related family issues lawyers act as amicus curiae or ‘friends of court’ to represent the case in family courts as per section 13 of the Family Courts Act, 1984. Lawyers make their clients legally aware of their rights and obligations.

Legal Support in Property Cases – The term property case is really vast in Civil law hence a lawyer is required in this situation. Through Free Legal Aid, a needful can avail such services from a lawyer for free to know its property rights. Property cases include any dispute related to ownership, possession, partition, right and title over the disputed property.

Liquor law and Excise – In Bihar, Gujarat, Mizoram and Nagaland there is complete ban of liquor while Lakshadweep and Manipur have imposed partial bans. Any individual whether citizen or non-citizen is abide by these laws hence it’s required for anybody to know liquor laws and their legal rights related to these.

Affidavit and other matters – As per Section 3 of the Indian Evidence Act ‘affidavits’ are ‘evidence’. Affidavits can only be used as an evidence if the Court feels adequate to do so. Making a false affidavit is crime under the Indian Penal Code, 1860.

Trademark registration – Trademark comes under the intangible property of an organization. Trademark registration is open in India to all the businesses or individuals whether registered or not. It gives an individual exclusive right over its property. Section 18 of the Trademarks Act, 1999 provides certain provisions regarding the trademark registration.

Political party registration – Any political party in India has to register itself within 30 days of its formation. Registration of political parties are done under Section 29A of the Representation of Peoples Act, 1951 and the main governing authority for this is the Election Commission of India. After registration the political parties are not barred by time, are entitled for government incentives and get recognition.

Insurance matter – Insurance Act , 1938 governs laws related to insurance. Introduction of insurance has augmented savings and investments particularly among the middle class family. Insurance law ensures that the society feels safe as insurance provides that in case any insured asset suffers loss, the insuring company shall bear the loss and give compensation.

Driving license and Vehicle license Driving license is mandatory as per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. It’s required because one can be penalized for driving vehicles without acquiring driving license .

Passport and foreign visa – Passport Act of India governs the law relating to passport. Acquiring passport and visa is crucial for a citizen to go abroad. Foreigners entering India are also required to have visa under Passport Act, 1920. Partnership Agreement and Contract Partnership Act, 1890 applies in case of partnership agreements while Indian Contract Act, 1872 applies in case of contracts. Partnership Agreement is the relation between persons who have agreed to share the profits of a business carried on by all or any of them acting for all. Any business partnership in which two or more people own a stake in the company should have a business partnership agreement.