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LEXIS AND COMPANY

"ADVOCATES AND LEGAL CONSULTANTS"

We are India’s Leading Law Firm

“The firm has always strives to create and implement innovative and effective methods of providing cost-effective, quality representation and services for our clients and will continue to meet and exceed the expectations of our valued clients.”

–    DR ANUPAM KUMAR MISHRA (ADVOCATE, FOUNDER-LEXIS AND COMPANY).

OUR LIST OF SERVICES:

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AVERAGE SERVICE DELIVERY TIME:

# The average service delivery time is 7 to 15 days from the date of payment. The service delivery time may change on a case to case basis. We also provide customized solutions depending upon your needs and urgency. Please feel free to contact us for a free case evaluation for your customized needs.


BANK DETAILS:

BENEFICIARY NAME: LEXIS AND COMPANY.

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 629605017520.

IFSC CODE: ICIC0006296.

BRANCH NAME: VIKASPURI, NEW DELHI.



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LEXIS AND COMPANY.

C/O: DR ANUPAM KUMAR MISHRA.

OFFICE: A1B/26, JANAKPURI, GROUND FLOOR,

NEW DELHI,, DELHI, 110058.

INDIA.

lexisandcompany@gmail.com

CALL: +91-9830333388.


NOTE: ALL PAYMENT DONE FOR OUR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ARE COMPLETELY NON REFUNDABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.



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