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The Chambers of Law 
Size of Organization: 20
Year Established: 1995
Main Office: New Delhi, India

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The Chambers of law is a litigation and Corporate firm, having a diversified legal practice with an equally strong corporate, civil and criminal law practice.

TCL is a leading law firm in India with respect to Dispute resolution in matters related to movable and immovable properties. We also guide our Clients in contractual disputes and Commercial transactions.

Since India does not have a uniform civil code, each religious group has its own set of laws for marriage, divorce, adoption, succession and inheritance. TCL has the advantage of advising all religious sects on these issues.

It has a strong Criminal law practice both in trial and appellate jurisdiction. It has handled variety of criminal cases ranging from white collar crimes to offenses against body, drug crimes, sex crimes and those relating to domestic violence, fraud and forgery.

We also guide our Clients in real estate transactions in all respects title search, due diligence, documentation, and acquisition of land for infrastructure projects.

Law firm affiliations: ASSOCHAM; PHDCCI.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Dispute Resolution; Real Estate Practice; Criminal Litigation; Family Law; Divorce; Family Mediation; International Divorce; International Family Law; Matrimonial Law; Separation Agreements; Criminal Law; Commercial Fraud; Criminal Appeals; Criminal Fraud; Criminal Prosecution; Drug Crimes; Economic Crimes; Extradition; International Criminal Law; Malicious Prosecution; Penal Law; Commercial Real Estate; International Real Estate; Real Estate Acquisitions; Real Estate Banking Law; Real Estate Contracts; Real Estate Development; Real Estate Litigation; Real Property Law; Real Estate Securitization; Civil Law; Civil Procedure; Civil Litigation; International Civil Litigation; Complex Litigation; Commercial Dispute Resolution; Commercial Arbitration; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Transactions; International Sale of Goods; International Commercial Law; Sale of Goods; Mercantile Law; Negotiable Instruments; Corporate Law; Trade Law; Banking and Finance.