The Firm has qualified lawyers having vast experience in litigation, appearing regularly altogether forums in India and representing diverse range of clients. The team is trained to work efficiently with the varied specialist teams within the firm to supply accurate representation to our clients in commercial disputes, regulatory matters and property proceedings. Our emphasis is to align our litigation strategy with the commercial interests of our clients.
We have extensive experience in handling complex commercial disputes and have advised and represented clients on a variety of disputes concerning equity and debt investment, corporate laws, property laws, employment laws, competition laws and on bi-lateral investment treaty disputes. we've provided key pre- litigation strategies to clients in industries like media, entertainment, infrastructure, pharmaceuticals, franchising, outsourcing and financial services. This diverse expertise has enables us to supply our clients to supply accurate and efficient advise.

The Firm is further well networked domestically and has collaborations with various senior counsels and associates so as to strategically safeguard the rights of its clients as and when required. Our strong network of local counsels assist us in getting to the disputes during a wholesome and efficient manner. Our clients enjoy our ability to attend to matters in any jurisdiction, and seamlessly adopt local practices and procedures in handling any matter.
The Firm not only advises its clients in reference to litigation but also encourages them to resolve disputes by way of other dispute resolution mechanisms, wherever feasible, for quick and price effective resolution of disputes. we attempt to supply its clients with creative, pragmatic solutions and effective dispute resolution strategies.

We at A S Partners can help you with:

The Real Estate (Regulation and development) Act, 2016 was passed by Parliament and all the 92 sections of the Act came into effect from 1st May, 2017. The object of this Act is to protect the interest of home buyers as well as to help boost investment in Real Estate Industry. Under this Act an adjudicating mechanism for speedy dispute redressal has been prescribed. This Act ensures timely execution of the projects, improved quality of construction, balance between right of buyers and builders and further more brings accountability and transparency in the Real Estate Industry.The Real Estate (Regulation and development) Act, 2016 was passed by Parliament and all the 92 sections of the Act came into effect from 1st May, 2017. The object of this Act is to protect the interest of home buyers as well as to help boost investment in Real Estate Industry. Under this Act an adjudicating mechanism for speedy dispute redressal has been prescribed. This Act ensures timely execution of the projects, improved quality of construction, balance between right of buyers and builders and further more brings accountability and transparency in the Real Estate Industry. We provide following legal services to our clients namely :
• Proceedings pertaining to Land acquisition Act before LAC
• Mutation of properties/estates
• Patwari related works
• Documentation and Registration of Power Of Attorney/ sale deed/ Agreement to sell etc.
• Real estate investment and development projects
• Projects and retail property transactions
• Property joint ventures
• Property related acquisitions and dispositions
• Formation of Trusts and estate management
• Property related project finance
• Legal documentation and advice on Sale/Purchase/Lease of Property
• Landlord and Tenant Disputes
• Land Use Regulations
• Building, Development and Construction Contracts
• Mortgage and Finance Agreements
• House Tax disputes

We handle a wide variety of corporate-commercial and regulatory disputes in diverse sectors. We have specialized teams with deep sector knowledge who are providing strategic advice to the clients right from the pre-dispute stage. We like to ensure that the approach to dispute resolution is closely aligned with the clients’ commercial and business objectives. We have strong expertise in handling corporate frauds, white collar crimes/economic offences in various matters related to violation of foreign exchange laws, securities law, import-export norms, data theft, intellectual property theft, breach of fiduciary responsibilities, corporate defamation, corporate law non-compliance, money laundering, and corporate corruption. We have advised and assisted clients in several investigations, litigations and pre- litigation strategies in these areas and have represented them.

Matrimonial Disputes - With changing times, matrimonial disputes are on rise. Disintegration of joint families, erosion of social values, loosening of moral fabric, financial independence of modern women have all led to innumerable matrimonial disputes arising in Indian families. It requires a comprehensive understanding of the entire law which may affect the matrimonial disputes in any manner. Matrimonial disputes under the Indian legal system are very complicated and cumbersome. The matrimonial disputes may be due to any reason but it culminates into civil as well as criminal proceedings. Since the matrimonial disputes have very wide ranging effects on the spouse, one needs the services of highly trained and qualified lawyer to handle the matrimonial disputes. The civil proceedings in the matrimonial disputes are the proceedings for grant of divorce, permanent alimony, maintenance, restitution of conjugal rights etc. whereas the criminal proceedings in matrimonial disputes can be proceedings under the anti dowry laws for prosecution of the husband under Section 498A, 406 IPC. Proceedings under section 125 of Crpc , proceedings under the Domestic Violence Act etc.

Family Disputes - Many families with conflicts that require a legal resolution want to stay out of court. This can be especially important if there are children involved. For that reason, family law lawyers also use ADR to help their clients resolve disputes. The use of ADR in family law disputes (as well as other types of disputes) may also be called "collaborative law." Courts that use ADR to resolve family law disputes are also sometimes known as "conciliation courts".When you and your partner separate, you will have to deal with several legal issues. Negotiation, mediation and arbitration are different types of ADR. You cannot be forced into ADR for a family law case. You and your former partner must choose it freely. If you are thinking about using ADR, talk to a lawyer. If you do not, you may give up rights that you do not know you have. Succession act, dispute regarding Succession of movable and immovable assets , WILL, maters falling under Indian Succession act and movable assets.

A S Partners deals with comprehensive services on all aspects relating to labour and employment Laws in India, including advise on various formalities that have to be compiled with, litigation, negotiation, and collective bargaining. A S Partners also advices various companies on matter pertaining to contract labour, PF and EPS compliance, etc. Besides the above, our firm also serve its clients in following manner:
• Management of Legal functions Pay Roll ,PF & ESI Compliance.
• Compliance of Statutory & other Corporate matters.
• Human Relation matters
• Coordination & supervision of Legal, Personnel
• Industrial Relation, Administration, Liaison
• Trade Unions and Employment related litigation
• Disciplinary proceedings
• Employees Rights and related benefits
• Constitutional Rights
• Employment and service contracts
• Reorganization and retrenchment
• Labour disputes and Industrial actions
• Health and safety legislation
• Voluntary retirement scheme
• Law on dismissals
• Collective bargaining
• Provident fund and social security
• Strikes & lockouts.

Keeping in line with the international trends on helping financial institutions to recover their bad Debt quickly and effeciently, the Government of India has constituted thirty three Debt Recovery Tribunal and five Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunal across the country. The Debt Recovery Tribunal are located across the country. Some cities have more than one Debt Recovery Tribunal located therein. New Delhi and Mumbai have three Debt Recovery Tribunal. We provide comprehensive legal service and advisory work on all type of commercial and banking transactions including:
• Negotiations and documentation
• Securitisation and Hypothecation
• Secured loans
• Personal Loans
• Vehicle loans/house loans
• Mortgage
• Arbitration proceedings
• Interim orders under section 9 of Arbitration and conciliation Act
• Recovery suits under order XXXVII of CPC
• Matters before DRAT
• OA before DRT
• Protection against taking possessions of the Mortgage
• Proceedings before Recovery Officers appointed by DRT.

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) means litigation for the protection of the public interest. Generally PILs are not filed by the aggrieved party but by an individual or by court itself.
Importance of PIL :
Public interest litigation gives a wider description to the right to equality, life and personality which is guaranteed under part III of the Constitution of India.
It also functions as an effective instrument for changes in the society or social welfare.
Through public interest litigation, any public or person can seek remedy on behalf of the oppressed class by introducing a PIL.

In order to promote and protect the rights and interests of consumers, quasi judicial machinery is sought to be set up at district, state and central levels. These quasi judicial bodies have to observe the principles of natural justice and have been empowered to give reliefs, of specific nature and also to impose penalties for non compliance of the orders given by such bodies. The main object of these bodies is to provide speedy and simple redressal to consumer disputes. It is one of the benevolent pieces of legislation intended to protect the consumers at large from exploitation.
The complaints can be filed before, as per Pecuniary Jurisdiction of the subject matter, defined under Consumer Protection Rules 1986, in the following Forums/Commissions.
• District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum.
• State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission;
• National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, New Delhi
We have long experience of practice in the field of consumer laws, Law related to Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practices and we provide comprehensive legal service in these fields for the protection of consumer rights and product liability to consumers as well as to manufacturers and suppliers of products and services.
We provide complete legal services to our clients before consumer Forums/commissions, MRTP / Competition Commissions etc.

The Information Technology Act has been passed to give effect to the UN resolution and to promote efficient delivery of Government services by means of reliable electronic records. As per preamble to the Act, the purpose of Act is (a) to provide legal recognition for transactions carried out by means of electronic data interchange and other means of electronic communication, commonly referred to as "electronic commerce", which involve the use of alternatives to paper-based methods of communication and storage of information and (b) to facilitate electronic filing of documents with the Government agencies.
We provide comprehensive legal Services to our clients to protect from the cyber crimes and remedy, if they are victim of hacking, phishing, and other mode of cyber crimes. We have practical experience of working with contentious and non-contentious work related to cyber law.
We provide various following services to our clients to face complex changes that are inevitable for the smooth functioning of e-commerce and electronic/digital world, namely:
• Electronic contracts
• digital signatures
• Security procedure for electronic records and digital signature




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