Amrik Singh

2112, Sector 79, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab, India, Sector 34(Chandigarh), Chandigarh


I am practing at punjab and Haryana High Court since July 2003 and mostly dealing with service matters . I am also dealing with other Writ Petitions ,bail matters ,MACT ,FAO,RSA etc.


2112, Sector 79, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab, India Sector 34(Chandigarh), Chandigarh

Lawyer Profile

15-20 Years
Practicing Courts
Punjab and Haryana High Court
File for Divorce Divorce Case Matrimonial Issue Dowry Demand Domestic Violence Abuse Alimony Maintenance Case Landlord Tenant Issues Builder Fraud Delay Transfer of Ownership Divorce Matrimonial Issue Succession of Property Property Dispute Partition Illegal Termination Bail Anticipatory Bail FIR Filing Quashing Defamation Case Medical Negligence Insurance Claim Supreme Court SLP Cheque Bounce Transfer Petition Supreme Court Appeal NRI Property Issue Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT)
English Hindi Punjabi
Other Practicing Courts
Supreme court of india


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  • 2112, Sector 79, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab, India, Sector 34(Chandigarh), Chandigarh

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