Ashish Davessar

Ashish Davessar

Advocate, Jaipur
23909 Answers
667 Consultations

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About Advocate Ashish Davessar

Advocate practising in Rajasthan High Court, Jaipur with experience in diverse litigation on the original and appellate side.

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Practice Areas
Family Law 25%
Marriage, 498a, Child custody, Divorce, Domestic violence, Annulment of marriage, Alimony and maintenance, Restitution of conjugal rights, Muslim law
Criminal Law 40%
Cheque bounce, Fraud/Default, Forgery/Cheating, Breach of trust, FIR, Bail/Anticipatory Bail, Police action, Other criminal matters, Cybercrime, Trespass
Property Law 10%
Rights of sons/daughters/wife, Partition of property, Tenant/landlord/eviction, Sale deed, Succession certificate, Succession of property, Wills and trusts, SARFAESI action by bank, DRT/DRAT, Gift deed, Power of attorney, Builder issues, Other property matters, Legal heir, Neighbour issues
Civil Law 5%
Passport issues, Date of birth issues, Civil cases, Civil disputes, Customs/Excise/FEMA, Recovery of money, Medical negligence, Defamation, Summary suit, Other civil matters, Name change, Legal notice, Right to information, Banking, Motor accident
Business Law 5%
Corporate matters, Arbitration, Winding up petitions, Other business matters
Constitutional Law 15%
Fundamental rights, OBC, Writ petitions, Public interest litigation, Other issues, Supreme Court
  • Rajasthan High Court (Jaipur Bench)

Recent cases handled
Type of case
1 Jun 2018
Family Law
Gayathri Bundel versus Yogesh Chand There was inordinate delay by the trial court to decide the application for interim custody under DV Act, which frustrated the very object of the DV Act.
High Court ordered the trial court to decide the matter within one month.
1 May 2018
Criminal Law
A.K Srikanth versus Alchemist Foods Limited The Magistrate had revived against my client two criminal complaints filed under 138 NI Act, which had previously been compounded.
In the Criminal Revisions argued by me for my client, the court quashed the order of the magistrate.
1 Aug 2017
Criminal Law
Raju versus State of Rajasthan decided on 11.8.2017 wherein my client had been held guilty by the trial court for the offences under Section 363, 366A, 376 IPC and Sections 3 and 5 of POSCO Act.
In appeal argued by me before the Rajasthan High Court, the Hon'ble HC acquitted my client.
1 Jun 2017
Constitutional Law
Kirti Kumar Patodia v/s Dipti Patodia. CWP No.9832/2017. Visitation rights were granted by the Family Court to mother without deciding the application for interim custody.
In Writ Petition argued by me for father, the HC granted an interim stay on lower court's order.
1 Apr 2017
Criminal Law
Pritesh Prakhar vs State The FIR was registered under Sections 498A and 406 IPC and Sections 3, 4 and 6 of Dowry Prohibition Act. The anticipatory bail application was dismissed by Sessions Court.
In the bail application argued by me in the High Court, the HC protected the liberty of my clients.
1 Mar 2017
Family Law
The Family Court was not accepting my client's application to engage a lawyer in the petition for child custody filed by his wife.
In the Writ Petition argued by me the HC ordered the trial court to take the application on record.
1 Nov 2016
Criminal Law
Amrik Singh versus Veer Kaur Appeal was filed by my client under Section 341 Cr.P.C as the trial court had dismissed his application u/s 340 Cr.P.C. to initiate the proceedings for forgery.
The appeal argued by me for my client before the appellate court was allowed.
1 Sep 2016
Constitutional Law
Gaurav Garg versus Municipal Council Dholpur, wherein the municipality had issued the demand notice without serving a bill of tax under Rajasthan Municipalities Act.
In the writ petition argued by me before the Rajasthan High Court, the action of MC was quashed.
1 May 2016
Criminal Law
Manmohan Singh Baweja versus State Bail Application No.99/16. My clients were threatened of implication in false cases by their daughter-in-law in connivance with powerful politicians.
I convinced the Sessions Court to direct the cops to issue a 7 day notice to my client before arrest
1 Nov 2015
Criminal Law
Jasdeep Kaur and another versus State My clients were sister-in-law and brother-in-law of complainant who apprehended their arrest by police.
Anticipatory Bail was granted to my clients after hearing my arguments.
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