for example: TATA AIG

  for example: Indian Contract Act

  for example: Ratan Tata

  for example: Negotiable Instruments Act

RULE 17: DRESS REGULATIONS FOR THE PRESIDING OFFICER AND FOR THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PARTIES


(1) The dress for the Presiding Officer shall be white or striped or black pant with black coat over white shirt and black tie or a buttoned-up black coat. In the case of female Presiding Officer, the dress shall be black coat over white saree.

(2) Every authorised representative, other than a relative or regular employee of the party shall appear before the Appellate Tribunal in his professional dress if any, and if there is no such dress, a male, in a suit or buttoned-up coat over a pant or national dress that is a long buttoned up coat on dhoti or churridar pyjama, and a female, in a coat over white or any other sober coloured saree or in any other sober dress.

(3) All other persons appearing before the Appellate Tribunal shall be properly dressed.

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