malihehhosseini
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posted 2 years ago
Practicing in Switzerland
Can non-lawyers provide legal advice to the clients in Switzerland, or is it mandatory to hold a bar license? As far as I know, it could be considered a criminal act in most countries; however, I'm not sure about Switzerland. Could you please guide me with Swiss regulations regarding this matter? Thanks.
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malihehhosseini
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posted 2 years ago
Thank you, dear Venkateswar, for your answer.
malihehhosseini
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posted 2 years ago
Thank you, dear Ali, for replying. Sure I try to reach out to her.
ali
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posted 2 years ago
Please ask Awin Tavakoli She is a Suisse based Iranian lawyer and you can simply find her on social media by her name.
patnaiksv
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posted 2 years ago
In Switzerland Civil Law Legal system and Procedures are governed by Swiss Code of Civil Procedure and the Federal system Court Act. As per my knowledge the Quasi Judicial system is not existing and hence only Practicing Lawyers only eligible to give Legal Advises. Thanking you. With kind regards, S.Venkateswar Patnaik, High Court Advocate, Bhubaneswar, Odisha PayPal email id: [email protected]
patnaiksv
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posted 2 years ago
Law Practice Certificate will be given to only eligible qualified professionals to render legal services to general public on any legal matter. Hence Court of Law will admit and hear any matter through qualified licenced Attorneys, Barristers,Advocates. The International Court of Justice accepting those countries Lawyers which are following and issuing Certificate of Practice. Thanking you. With kind regards, S.Venkateswar Patnaik, High Court Advocate, Bhubaneswar, Odisha state India Mobile Number📱📞+918480613309