Civil Law

MN & Associates team of lawyers have vast experience in civil law and as such are best placed to provide the best advice that relates to civil & human rights’ protection. The expert lawyers are in the position to handle simple and complicated civil cases.

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Civil law mainly deals with enforcing an oral and or a written contract. Civil law is commonly confused with criminal law despite these two types being quite different. Mostly, civil cases involve an individual and or an organization. The person/entity filing for compensation of damages in a civil case is referred to as a plaintiff. On the other hand, the person/entity been sued is the defendant.

Civil law is mainly applied when it comes to settling disputes especially those arising from losses or damages. Usually, this law is used in determining whether the defendant will compensate the plaintiff for damages/losses and if so, the amount to be compensated. Defendants in civil cases are not subjected to punishment forms like those in criminal cases. The only possible outcomes in civil cases are either acquittal or requirement to compensate the plaintiff.

MN and Associates’ team of lawyers have vast experience in civil law and as such are best placed to provide the best advice that relates to civil & human rights’ protection. The lawyers handle all types of civil cases from the simple cases to the complicated serious cases.

Due to the experience of the lawyers, they are usually contracted to handle high profile cases. Particularly, they have impeccable experience in matters that relate to appellate work in both claimant and defendant work.

Civil work is very broad and as such is divided into several practice areas that include personal injury, discrimination law, property disputes, human rights law and contract disputes. These are areas that need great professionalism, experience and unmatched mastery in civil law. MN and Associates obtain the skills required and ensure their clients they provide effective and professional services.