Who is entitled to free legal services under Legal Services Authority?

Who is entitled to free legal services under Legal Services Authority?

It states that those persons who have annual income of less than the amount prescribed by the respective State Government, if the case is before any court other than the Supreme Court, and less than Rs. 5 Lakhs, if the case is before the Supreme Court, are eligible for free legal aid.

Who are entitled to legal services?

Free legal advice and aid is given to people of all categories whose annual income is below INR 25,000 and to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Women, Children, people of weaker Sections, people with unsound mind, victims of communal violence, religious atrocities, floods, famine, earthquake or industrial …

The sections of the society as enlisted under Section 12 of the Legal Services Authorities Act are entitled for free legal services, they are :

  • Women and children.
  • Members of SC/ST.
  • Industrial workmen.
  • A victim of trafficking in human beings or beggar as referred to in Article 23 of the Constitution.

What are different types of legal services?

Types of Services Lawyers Can Provide

  • Consultation for legal information and advice.
  • Consultation to review documents (such as agreements, leases, wills, corporation documents, do-it-yourself court forms)
  • Mediation, arbitration, or other third party services.
  • Preparation of documents.

When does Legal Aid NSW give one party funding for a family dispute resolution conference?

When Legal Aid NSW gives one of the parties funding for a family dispute resolution conference, a conference organiser from Legal Aid NSW will invite the other parties to attend, and arrange a time that suits everyone. The conference organiser will not be at the conference.

What kind of help can I get with legal aid?

If your problem is covered by legal aid and you qualify you could get: help if you’re accused of a crime, for example advice at a police station a solicitor or barrister to get your case ready and speak on your behalf in court and some tribunals You might be able to get legal aid for problems like:

How is legal aid different to mediation services?

Family dispute resolution conferences at Legal Aid NSW are different from mediation services at some other organisations, because you can take a lawyer with you to advise you. Having a lawyer at the conference also makes it easier to turn any agreement the parties reach into court orders.

Who is eligible for legal aid in Public Law care proceedings?

Legal Aid is available for parents in these cases and for anyone else who holds Parental Responsibility for a child in question. If you receive a “letter before proceedings” or “letter of issue” you will be eligible for non-means, non-merits tested legal aid.