District Legal Services Authority DLSA, Mansa

District Legal Services Authority DLSA, Mansa is working for the betterment and protection of the rights of the poor, downtrodden, weaker sections of the society as per the letter and spirit of the provisions enshrined in the legal services authority act, 1987 as well as Indian Constitution.

The district legal services authority is providing quality legal services, organizing Lok Adalats at regular interval for providing speedy and economic justice, sensitizing the masses regarding their rights and duties by organizing awareness camps and also selecting persons from the society who can be trained as paralegal volunteers.

District Legal Services Authority, Mansa
"Nobody should be condemned unheard"
District legal services authority, Mansa is providing quality legal services to needy persons of the society as per the provisions of sections 12, of the legal services authority act, 1987.
              This webpage is in an attempt to impart knowledge about various schemes and programmes being run by the district legal services authority under the patronage of Punjab legal services authority PULSA as well as certain laws enactments which have been passed and implemented recently and which have shown their impact on the modern.


District Courts, Mansa, Punjab - 151505, India

District Courts Mansa

The records are not available which could provide the exact date of establishment of the civil/criminal courts at Mansa (Punjab). Howeever, from the Mansa District Gazetteer, the Bar Association at Mansa is said to be oldest one, which was formed in the year 1929. Thus from this fact, it can be assumed that civil and criminal courts would have been there since 1929....... [Read More]


How to avail Free Legal Services

Free legal services can be availed by submitting an application written or verbally to district and sessions judge - chairman, district legal services authority, to the Secretary, district legal services authority or to the assistant district attorney (legal services). Free legal services are provided in such a manner so that nobody should be condemned unheard. All expenses including legal fees of the counsels as well as expenses incurred for preparing the case are borne by district legal services authority.
Download this form to apply for free legal advice / aid - http://g8.geekupd8.com/FLS-Form.

Lok Adalats

With a view to provide speedy and economical justice, earlier Lok Adalats were being organised once in every quarter, but now the system has been changed and Lok Adalats are being organised on the last Saturday of every month at the district as well as subdivisional level. Except non-compoundable criminal cases, all cases can be brought before the Lok Adalats......[Read More]

Legal literacy

In today's materialistic age, it has become very important that every citizen should be aware of about his/her rights and duties as enshrined in the Constitution of India as well as various facts and enactments. So keeping in view the importance of awareness, the District Legal Services Authority DLSA, Mansa is organising seminars, legal literacy camps, workshops et cetera in the urban as well as remote rural areas......[Read More]

Paralegal volunteers scheme

The project of paralegal volunteers is aimed at imparting legal services to the volunteers selected from studying targeted groups who in turn act as harbingers of the legal services and legal aid to old sections of people. The volunteers so trained are expected to act as intermediaries between common people and legal services institution and thereby removing barriers of access to justice......[Read More]

Legal Aid Clinics scheme

Legal aid clinics are being established with the prime objectives to make the free legal services accessible to poor, marginalised and weaker sections of the society. These clinics are being manned by panel competent legal services to the poor people......[Read More]


Student Legal Literacy Club

Student literacy clubs are being established in all schools, colleges, and universities throughout the State of Punjab. The clubs are being set up in association with national services scheme for the purpose of spreading legal awareness amongst the masses and sensitize the students with regard to the fundamental rights and duties......[Read More]

Address of Legal Services Institutions

Secretary
Supreme Court legal services committee
109, lawyers chambers, post office wing,
Supreme Court compound
Supreme Court of India
New Delhi

Secretary
High Court legal services committee
Punjab and Haryana High Court
Chandigarh

Member secretary
Punjab legal services authority
Chandigarh

Sh.Gurbir Singh
District and sessions judge cum Chairman
District legal services authority, Mansa

Mrs.Amandeep Kaur
Civil judge(senior division) cum Secretary
District legal services authority, Mansa
Asst district attorney (legal services)

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