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Every person who is required to institute or defend a case is entitled to legal services under this Act if the person was incorporated on December 5, 1995. NALSA attaches great importance to the legal literacy and awareness campaign. Almost all State judicial authorities identify appropriate and trustworthy NGOs through which the campaign for legal education can be conducted in tribal, backward and remote areas of the country. Efforts are being made to publicize legal aid schemes so that the target group for which the Legal Services Act provides for free legal aid can obtain information and contact the relevant legal services staff. Section 39A of the Constitution of India provides that the State shall ensure that the functioning of the legal system promotes justice on the basis of equality of opportunity and, in particular, shall provide free legal aid through appropriate laws or systems or otherwise to ensure that opportunities for justice are denied to any citizen on account of economic or other disability. Articles 14 and 22, paragraph 1, also oblige the State to ensure equality before the law and a legal system that promotes justice based on equal opportunity for all. Legal aid ensures that the letter and spirit of the constitutional promise are respected and that equal justice is granted to the poor, oppressed and weakest sections of society. Since 1952, the Indian government has also addressed the issue of legal aid for the poor in various conferences of justice ministers and legal commissions. Training of paralegal volunteers and their participation in the offices of legal aid institutions and village legal clinics has begun. A State Legal Services Authority has been established in each State and a High Court Legal Services Committee has been established in each High Court.

District Legal Services Authorities, Taluk Legal Services Committees have been trained in districts and most Taluks to implement NALSA policies and instructions and provide free legal services to the population and conduct lok adalats in the state. A District Legal Services Authority has been established in each district to implement legal services programmes in the district. The District Legal Services Authority is located in the district court complex of each district and is headed by the district judge of that district. Your data is stored on Digital Ocean servers in New York, USA, and on WPengine servers in Texas, USA. If you provide us with personal information, we will ask for your consent to transfer that personal information to the United States. The United States has not received an adequacy decision from the European Commission, which means that the Commission has not determined that US law provides an adequate level of protection for personal data. Although U.S. law does not provide legal protection equivalent to the EU GDPR, we protect your personal information by treating it in accordance with this policy. We take appropriate measures to protect your privacy and implement appropriate security measures to protect your personal data at rest. We use secure transmission methods to collect personal information through our website. We also enter into contracts with our data processors that require them to process personal data in a manner consistent with this policy.

The license applies to the distribution and storage of Your Content in any form, medium or technology now known or later developed. NALSA is very confident that under the kind patronage and guidance of the Honourable Hon. The Chief Justice of India and the Honourable Executive Chairman A vibrant national network of legal services authorities is provided to the people to provide free and competent legal services to eligible persons. NALSA strives to develop and promote a culture of reconciliation rather than litigation in the country, so that the citizens of this country prefer to resolve their differences and differences in a spirit of goodwill and brotherhood at the table. NALSA also wants to ensure that even the weakest of the weak in the country do not suffer injustice as a result of an abrasive act by the state or an individual. The National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) was established under the Legal Services Authorities Act 1987 to supervise and evaluate the implementation of legal aid programmes and to establish guidelines and principles for the provision of legal services under that Act. NALSA also called on the state legal services to set up legal aid cells in prisons so that prisoners held there receive the prompt and effective legal aid to which they are entitled. Under section 12 of the Legal Services Authorities Act 1987.