Madras High Court Bars Lawyers from Using Prefixes Like ‘Lieutenant Colonel’ in Court Documents

The Madras High Court issued a ruling on Tuesday that prohibits lawyers from using any prefixes such as “Lieutenant Colonel” in legal documents, including Vakalatnamas and cause lists. The decision aims to reinforce the principle of equality among lawyers in judicial proceedings. The bench, led by Justices S.M. Subramaniam and C. Kumarappan, emphasized that the

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