Aviation law governs all the matters relating to manufacture, sale, import, export, operation, and registration of aircraft, issuance of operating licenses, air safety issues, rights and liabilities of air carriers, tariff and other charges for aeronautical services rendered at airport and functioning of DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation), AIA (Airports Authority of India), AERA (Airport Economic Regulatory Authority), BCAS (Bureau of Civil Aviation Security), and MCA (Ministry of Civil Aviation). Any direction, decision, or order passed by AERA is appealable before the Airports Economic Regulatory Authority Appellate Tribunal. The tribunal also has jurisdiction to adjudicate any dispute between two or more service providers and between a service provider and group of consumers. The orders passed by the Appellate Tribunal can be appealed before the Supreme Court of India.
The Firm advises its clients in relation to all the technical, legal issues arising in relation to their aviation business. Further, the Firm drafts and prepares legal documentation for its clients. Beside this, the Firm also appears on behalf of its clients before the Authorities, Tribunals and the Supreme Court of India.
Dr. Farrukh Khan is the founding partner of the firm, and is also the administrative head. He is placed amongst the most eloquent and skilful lawyers in the country with above par legal knowledge. His command over the subjects of law with practical hands-on-approach invariably paves way for achie
Changhez Khan is an experienced and valued Partner of the firm, second-generation lawyer who hails from a family of lawyers, with advocacy ingrained in his spirit since early days. He is an alumnus of Aligarh Muslim University, having attained bachelor’s degree in Law, his advocacy has always pea
Mr Amique Khalid is a Senior Associate with Diwan Advocates who has been an indispensable asset for a decade. Mr Khalid completed his law degree from Aligarh Muslim University. Mr Khalid is a versatile and a well-known lawyer. He has conducted many high profile and important matters ranging from
Akanksha Singh is an Advocate working with Diwan Advocates and honing her advocacy since 2016. She is a law graduate from Chaudhary Charan Singh University. She is a first-generation lawyer with exceptional analytical skills, an eye for detail and has been unlocking her potential each day in the
Pradeep Singh is a first generation Lawyer and graduated in a Law degree from Faculty of Law, Delhi University. He actively partook in college moot courts and also participated in Harvard National Model United Nations. He is an enthusiastic and creative lawyer with interest in diverse laws. He em
Ridhima is the first generation, ardent and dedicated lawyer, who is passionate about her career, graduated from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and pursuing her Master of Laws (LLM) from Kurukshetra University.
Since the very beginning, being associated with Diwan Advocates, She
Shabeena Khan is the first generation and experienced Advocate with a demonstrated history of working in the law practice industry. She earned her LLM(Hons) from Law College Dehradun, Uttarkhand and her B.A. LL.b(Hons) from Dibrugarh University, Assam.
She is a seasoned lawyer in represen
Mr. Amrit Jot Singh Lamba is a first-generation lawyer focused on learning crucial aspects of civil and criminal law along with the skill of drafting various pleadings in District Courts as well as the High Court of Delhi. He has completed his BBA LLB (Hons)
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