About Janagal Legal Services

Sukhdev Singh Janagal, Advocate is retired Additional District and Sessions Judge from Punjab. He entered Punjab Judiciary after passing Punjab Civil Service (Judicial) and rose upto Additional District and Sessions Judge. He remained posted throughout Punjab at various places. He firstly became member of Bar Association, Bassi Pathana (then District Patiala), where he practiced law from 1982 to 1991. After retirement he again started practice as advocate by becoming member of Bar Association, Fatehgarh Sahib (Punjab). Later on, he also started practice as advocate at Rajpura (Patiala), Patiala and SAS Nagar, Mohali besides Fatehgarh Sahib (Punjab). He has vast experience in Land Cases, Service Cases on civil side, Indian Penal Code, Prevention of Corruption Act, Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, on criminal side, Hindu Law, Mahomedan Law and other Minor Civil Acts and Minor Criminal Act and other allied cases. He had successfully conducted various civil, criminal and matrimonial matters.


Harpreet Singh Janagal, Advocate He is connected with civil and criminal matters in Civil, Criminal and Revenue Courts having started practice as an advocate in 2022 and have got appreciable experience in handling civil, criminal and revenue matters of different catagories. He is presently doing practice as an advocate at Fatehgarh Sahib being member of Bar Association, Fatehgarh Sahib. He is also doing practice as an advocate at Rajpura, Patiala and SAS Nagar, Mohali. He has appreciable grip over civil, criminal, matrimonial and revenue matters.

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1. A person who has minimum education of graduation in any field and law graduate, having enrolled as an advocate in any Bar Council of any State throughout India, is competent to become an Accredited Advocate of the concern.

2. An advocate has to send scanned copy of his/her Adhaar Card and Enrollment certificate. He/she is also required to give information of his/her Place of practice as an advocate and contract number.

3. Once necessary information as mentioned above in Para no. 2 is received from an advocate who wishes to become Accredited Advocate of the concern, his/her documents will be properly checked, after consultation by our team, the request of such advocate is accepted, then he will become Accredited Advocate of the concern. The team of our concern may reject the request of an advocate without assigning any reason.

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