The Act gives the IC the powers of a Civil Court and thus it acts as a quasi-judicial body empowered to summon or enforce the attendance of any person, order the production of documents, and perform any other matter(s) as may be prescribed.
Whether you are a Respondents or a Complainants, you will find it difficult to be able to operate through the working of aforesaid quasi-judicial body. Most of the time, during the process, one will not have the full expertise necessary to work efficiently through each stage .
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