Circular No. 43/15: Court and Conveyancing Complaints

E-mail for court and conveyancing complaints

The JBC has set up the following dedicated emails for members to send their complaints on court and conveyancing matters to the Committee’s attention.

Courts matters –

Conveyancing matters –

Please include in the e-mail the necessary particulars in order for the Committee to consider the appropriate action. Alternatively, members may fill up the enclosed Feedback Form – Information on Difficulty Encountered in Courts and Conveyancing Practice Query Form and send the same by email.

Upon receipt of your email the Committee will issue an acknowledgement and will consider the appropriate action to be taken. Members will also be informed of the status of the complaint.

All other State Bars have also set up similar dedicated emails for court and conveyancing complaints in their respective states. Their e-mail IDs can be obtained from the JBC Secretariat, if required.

The Committee will try to resolve the complaint at the state level. If not successful, the complaint will be brought to the attention of the Bar Council’s Court Liaison Committee that now meets every month before the Bar Council Meeting and from there to the Bar Council’s attention. The Bar Council has now set discussions on court and conveyancing matters as a fixed item in the agenda for the monthly meeting.

The complaints will be raised for resolution at the regular meetings with the judiciary and where urgent on ad – hoc basis with the judiciary. This is part of the Bar Council’s new set up to attend to members’ complaints in an organized nationwide system.


R Jayabalan


Feedback Form Information on Difficulty Encountered in Courts

Conveyancing Practice Query Form


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