Full Service Law Firm in New Delhi

KNJ Partners

KNJ Partners
A-58, LGF, Lajpat Nagar-I
New Delhi 110 024
India

Phone+91 11 29818222
Fax +91 11 29818222

Law Firm Overview

K ‘n’ J Partners is a Delhi based full service law firm which is a proactive, solution oriented organization headed by Mr. Suraj Kumar, Managing Partner who is having an extensive specialization in corporate transactions and commercial litigations and is comprehensively assisted by a team of well equipped and experienced Lawyers, Company Secretaries, Chartered Accountants and Retired Govt. Officials who have specialized in their respective area of practice in due course of their professional career.
The joint experience and teamwork of its members allow it to provide high quality services under strict ethical standards.The Firm is equipped to respond with speedy and creative solutions, which are demanded in today’s’ highly competitive and rapidly changing environment.

The Firm believes in fulfilling clients needs by establishing reasonable expectations while achieving creative, cost effective, minimum exposure, legal solutions.

The Firm is constantly involved in IPR issues, corporate law complexities, banking operations, foreign investment problem solving, and has developed and continually acquires first hand experience and knowledge within its area of practice. We have a well-established corporate and litigation practice that offers a complete range of services to our clients. The Firm possesses market demonstrable resources and expertise in areas of practice detailed below.

The Firm counsels have exposure to both national and international practice and the counsels have jointly developed a vast network of contacts that allow the firm to efficiently handle complex national and trans-national issues.



KNJ Partners - Providing services in the following areas of law:

Articles Published by KNJ Partners

 GST Looking Ahead 2010 - India

The much awaited Goods and Service Tax was proposed to be introduced on 1st April 2010 by the Finance Minister. However, the deadline of April 1, 2010 is likely to be missed due to differences among states and the Center over various aspects of GST. The principal broad based consumption taxes that the GST would replace are the CENVAT & the Service Tax levied by the center and VAT levied by the states. All these are multi stage Value added taxes.

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 GST Challenges Before 2010 - India

The author describes what GST is and its effect on consumers.

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