The exclusive talk with Abhinav Beri: The famous lawyer in the house!

Mr. Abhinav Beri is an advocate practicing in the Hon’ble Supreme Court, High Court of Delhi, and District courts of Delhi. His firm is the well-known Pristinelegal. Mr. Beri has done his schooling at the Pinegrove School in Shimla and graduated from the University of Delhi.

After finishing his B.A(H) Economics degree, he pursued the 3-year LLB course from the Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University New Law College, Pune. Mr. Abhinav Beri has been practicing as an advocate since 2016.

He has the experience of working and providit consultation in various legal fields such as company law, financial laws, pro bono litigations, extradition laws, criminal and civil suits, foreigner law etc.

Work experience

Mr. Beri adeptly handles both criminal and civil cases in the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, High court of Delhi, and the District Courts of Delhi. His specific areas of practice are broad and include-

  1. Contract drafting and duediligence
  2. Section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act and its trial
  3. Insolvency and Liquidation proceedings
  4. Recovery of possession of the immovable property
  5. SARFESI Act
  6. Companies Law matters
  7. Criminal trial
  8. Bail applications
  9. GST Law proceedings
  10. Custom cases
  11. Preventive detention law
  12. Ejection proceedings
  13. Constitutional law matters such as challenging the constitutional validity of Section 14(1) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1948 through writ petition WP © 1447/2021
  14. Foreigners consultant as per Foreigners Act.

Mr. Beri has worked in a plethora of areas and gained experience in various fields, which has provided him with the ammunition to handle cases in their regions adeptly. He also has been working as a retainer for numerous firmsorprivatelimitedcompanies.

Significant cases

Mr. AbhinavBeri has filed pro bono litigation on the Uniform civil code at the honorable High Court of Delhi. The court has agreed to hear the peotition, and Mr. Abhinav is gearing up for its uniform application.

 The matter was reported in the daily – the Hindu as “the petition submitted that gender justice and equality and dignity of women guaranteed under various articles of the Constitution cannot be secured without the implementation of article 44. The purpose of article 44Is to introduce a uniform civil code, which is essential to promote fraternity unity and national integration.”

He also drafted, filed, and argued against the practice of paid news during the election period. The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi directed the Ministry of Law and Justice to submit the task force’s report within a specific period.

Mr. Abhinav is the counsel representing petitioners in a plea challenging the constitutional validity of Section 14(1) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958. He argued that the provision that deals with tenants’ eviction were “discriminatory towards the landlords.”

Within just a few years of becoming an advocate, he has established himself as an expert in many matters requiring a fine legal eye.

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